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Deeper local participation in markets only way to counter fore...

Capital account convertibility, more derivative trading in bonds and currencies, and the risk of corporates not hedging their risks are some of the issues dominating the thought of the Reserve Bank of India. Hitendra Dave, managing director, head of ... Economic Times, 1 week ago

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Failing convertible-bond repayments

were India Inc's favourite a decade ago. But recently, defaults are taking place. Some points about foreign currency convertible bonds: What is FCCB? FCCB is a convertible bond issued in a currency, different than the issuer's domestic one. It is a mix of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago India pitches for full rupee convertibility  Oman Tribune1 week ago UPDATE 1-India favours full rupee convertibility to become top economy  CNBC1 week ago India favours full rupee convertibility to become top economy  Business Recorder1 week ago

Sintex Industries allots 1.22cr equity shares to FCCB holders

Sintex Industries at its meeting held on March 31, 2015 has allotted 1,22,89,279 equity shares to Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCB) holders on the exercise of their conversion right.
 Money Control3 weeks ago Sintex Industries allots 45.98 lakh equity shares FCCB holders  Money Control1 month ago Sintex Inds gains after allotting shares to FCCB holders  Business Standard1 month ago Sintex Industries allots 70.22 lakh equity shares to FCCB holders  Money Control1 month ago
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Advanta: Outcome of board meeting

Advanta in its meeting held on March 26, 2015, have considered and approved the Conversion of 50 Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCBs) into Global Depository Receipts (GDRs). Allotment of 79,44,140 equity shares of Rs. 2 each to JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA ...
 Money Control1 month ago FIPB clears 11 FDI proposals; Glenmark, Aurobindo sent to CCEA  Jagran Post2 months ago Sintex Industries: Outcome of committee meeting  Money Control1 month ago FIPB clears 11 FDI proposals worth Rs 1,075.91 crore  Money Today2 months ago

Rupee closes at three-month low against dollar at 63.32

The partially convertible currency had opened at 62.95 a dollar and fell to 63.34 in the day. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint Mumbai: The Indian rupee closed at a three-month low on sustained dollar demand from foreign and nationalized banks related to ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago Rupee closes marginally higher against dollar at 62.83  Livemint.com5 days ago Rupee closes at over three-month low of 63.56 against dollar  Livemint.com3 days ago
Oman Observer

Easy funding rules likely to boost yuan

HONG KONG - China is set to enhance the convertibility of its yuan currency by allowing capital to be taken out on a daily basis from the largest investment scheme open to foreign investors, people with knowledge of the plans told Reuters. This ...
 China Daily Asia5 days ago China to promote yuan by easing investment scheme rules  Oman Observer5 days ago China Said to Allow Daily Repatriation for QFII, Reuters Reports  La Repubblica5 days ago China to promote yuan by relaxing investment scheme rules -sources  CNBC5 days ago

To Hedge or Not To Hedge

There have been several blogposts on the merits of buying currency hedged ETFs for foreign equity exposure versus unhedged exposure. The arguments against unhedged ETFs are weak and often false, like the companies hedge their currency exposure ...
 Advisor Perspectives4 days ago Deutsche Rolls Out Currency-Hedged Foreign Real Estate And Infrastructure ETFs On The Stock Market  Forbes.com2 weeks ago

Live market updates: Rupee closes 14 paise stronger against dollar at 62.37

5:00pm: The rupee strengthened against the dollar on Wednesday as the US currency weakened overseas following lower-than-expected retail sales data overnight. The rupee closed at 62.37 per dollar, up 0.22% from its previous close of 62.51. The ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Rupee closes stronger against dollar at 62.37 [Mint, New Delhi]  Bloomberg1 week ago Live market updates: Indian rupee closes unchanged against dollar at 62.25  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Live market updates: Rupee closes 7 paise stronger against dollar at 62.85  Livemint.com6 days ago
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China And Reserve Currency Aspirations

- Moving to capital account convertibility - Applying to the IMF for world currency status - Risks of inflows/outflows - Ambitious goal By Greg Peel It's no secret Beijing's ultimate goal is to make the ...
 FNArena1 week ago The Yuan as a Reserve Currency Partly Hinge on China Adopting IMF Best Practices  Economy Watch1 week ago Understanding China's Reserves, Yuan As Reserve Asset  Investing.com1 week ago China's Currency Is Poised For Steady Appreciation Ahead Of Historic IMF Decision  Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago

JCT Ltd plans to sell non-core assets to repay convertible bonds holders: Samir Thapar

JCT Ltd, one of India's leading textile makers, plans to sell some of its noncore assets to repay holders of its foreign currency convertible bonds, Chairman and Managing Director Samir Thapar said.
 Times of India2 months ago
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