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Reforms will drive the Indian market in 2015: Sudip Bandyopadh...

India will continue to be an attractive destination for global money in 2015 due to continuing reforms, says Bandyopadhyay. While raising of rates by the US Fed may cause short-term volatility, India will continue to be an attractive destination for global ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

Private equity group Carlyle set to buy out Destimoney from New Silk Route

MUMBAI: Carlyle, one of the world's largest private equity groups, has emerged as the frontrunner to acquire Destimoney, retail financial services and distribution firm, from its current owner New Silk Route (NSR), also a PE firm. Once completed, ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bulls slip on 'Greece' and oil

Investors saw their combined wealth eroded by Rs 2.75 lakh crore after both the Sensex and the Nifty posted their biggest single day loss since September 2013 Mumbai: A deadly cocktail of rapidly dwindling global crude oil prices as Saudi Arabia ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
Times of India

Greece crisis, falling oil prices spook markets

MUMBAI: Fears about Greece exiting the Eurozone and a global stock market sell off perpetrated by a further slide in oil prices pulled the sensex down by 855 points on Tuesday - its biggest fall in over five years. Falling crude prices —which ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

BSE increases minimum price movement of stocks and and Sensex futures to attract more volumes

MUMBAI: To attract more volumes, the BSE has increased the tick size or the minimum price movement of stocks and Sensex futures listed only on its platform. For instance, stocks only listed on the BSE quoting between a price range of Rs 500 and Rs ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

FII inflows in stocks hit Rs 80,000 cr in FY14

Foreign investors have made net inflows of a staggering nearly Rs 80,000 crore in the Indian stocks during the current fiscal year, while they pulled out money from the debt market. However, the net inflows are lower than Rs 1,40,033 crore had ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

No spurt in investors

The new client addition during the first half of 2014 remained tepid and it picked up momentum only during the second half of after equity markets soared to their record highs Mumbai: The sharp surge in the domestic equity markets has failed to ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Sebi tightens screws on dubious inflows from loosely regulated entities

MUMBAI: As the market touches a new high, Sebi is clamping down on dubious inflows from loosely regulated, offshore entities, particularly those located in the Gulf. According to a Sebi communique on Monday evening, foreign funds investing on ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

HDFC Bank gets FIPB approval to raise foreign investment to 74%

New Delhi/Mumbai: The foreign investment promotion board (FIPB) on Friday cleared HDFC Bank's revised proposal to increase foreign investment in the bank to 74%, but the decision is unlikely to benefit the bank's shareholders immediately. The ...
 India Brand Equity Foundation2 months ago

Delisting from bourses may see higher participation

MUMBAI: Companies, planning to delist from stock exchanges may have a tough time if the decides to make it mandatory that a minimum number of public shareholders should participate in these offers. The capital market regulator is planning to ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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