In a series of reforms, market regulator SEBI has allowed side-pocketing of mutual funds wherein there is allowed a segregation of mutual fund schemes into distressed, illiquid or hard to value categories from more liquid funds in a portfolio. Also
This is the time of the year when you are asked to submit the various tax-saving investment and expenses that qualify for deductions etc. to adjust the TDS amount to be charged on your salary of the last 3 months of
Rate Sensitive realty and banking shares rose after inflation cooled down to lowest level in 17 months in November.
A whistleblower had approached SEBI with a document alleging various irregularities by the company, promoter and others.
The market regulator is looking to tighten risk management framework for liquid and money market schemes of mutual funds.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was in talks with the industry to allay fears of contagion effect on mutual funds due to a liquidity crisis faced by the country's non-banking finance companies (NBFCs), its chief had said last week. NBFCs were hit by a credit crunch in September
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The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in its board meeting today will discuss measures to expand its offer-for-sale framework to more companies, relax its norms for clubbing of investment limits by established foreign investors and tighten insider trading rules,
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SEBI To discuss easier startup listing rules, FPI investment clubbing norms, among others, at its board meet on Dec. 12.
The stock has gained after five days of consecutive fall and touched an intra day high of 175.50 (6.14%) today. It was trading 5.38% higher at 174.25 level on the BSE. The large cap stock was the top gainer on Sensex and Nifty today.
The Sensex has seen a solid 1,600 points fall since Dec 3, eroding investor wealth, as an expected Santa Rally has been quashed. The Sensex which closed at 36,241 points on Dec 3, 2018, last traded at 34,625 points. While
Indian stock, bond and foreign exchange markets are all likely to open lower on Tuesday after the shock resignation of the head of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). RBI Governor Urjit Patel said in a brief statement he had resigned for "personal reasons". "Markets certainly will be concerned
Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel resigned for "personal reasons" on Monday, a decision analysts linked to intense government pressure on the bank to ease regulatory curbs. The government and the RBI have been fighting for weeks over how much autonomy the bank should have as the administration