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Moscow Exchange selects DataSpace as primary data centre and s...

Moscow Exchange Moscow Exchange, Russia"s leading exchange platform for equities, bonds, derivatives, currencies, money market instruments and commodities, today announced that it has chosen Moscow-based DataSpace as its primary data center facility ... Finextra Research, 1 week ago
Moscow Exchange Picks Data Center Provider Financial Technologies Forum, 1 week ago
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Wilful defaulters will now find it difficult to raise money

Such measures are expected to further enhance the protection of investors in the securities market To sternly deal with wilful defaulters, Securities and Exchange Board of India decided to impose restrictions on such entities with respect to raising funds from the capital markets. Such measures are expected to further enhance the protection of investors in the securities market. As part of new norms, the watchdog will impose restrictions on companies, promoters, and directors that are ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Sebi to amend guidelines for willful defaulters on November 19  Business Standard India1 week ago Sebi plans to impose restrictions on wilful defaulters  Rediff.com6 days ago
Business Today India

MFs invest Rs 32,000 crore in debt in October

Mutual funds pumped in close to Rs 32,000 crore in the bond market in October, taking the total investment in the instrument to more than Rs 5 lakh crore since the beginning of the year. In comparison, foreign investors made a net inflow of 1.4 ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago MF invest Rs32k cr in debt in Oct, total crosses Rs5-tn mark  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago MF invest Rs 32K cr in debt in Oct, total crosses Rs 5-tn mark  ZeeNews.com1 week ago MF invest Rs 32000 crore in debt in October, total crosses Rs 5 lakh crore mark  Economic Times1 week ago
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GIELDA PAPIEROW WARTOSCIOWYCH WARSZAWIE : How SMEs get money through stock markets

This is the second part of a series of articles that seek to define the stock market In my last week's column I indicated how stock markets provide a platform for governments and companies can raise long term capital and where investors can buy ...
 4 Traders1 week ago How SMEs get money through stock markets  Tanzania Citizen1 week ago Are rising interest rates bad for the stock market?  Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago Want to make money in the stock markets? Here's how!  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Is Fiat Punto better than Hyundai Elite and Volkswagen Polo?

Fiat Punto Evo. Photograph: Kind Courtesy, Fiat Markets have come a long way from being value-for-money family vehicles to stylish, spacious and even powerful alternatives to a sedan so long as a spacious boot is not a necessity. Over time, people have embraced these compact cars because they are not only well appointed, but are also more practical, cheaper to own, have higher fuel efficiency, and are, importantly to many, easy to park. In the market today are three powerful diesel-powered ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Jagran Post

Debt mutual funds see outflow of Rs 67,000 cr in September

Fund managers showed strong preference for equity schemes over debt as the 'money market' category saw a massive outflow of over Rs 67,000 crore in September. In comparison, equity mutual fund (MF) schemes attracted a net amount of Rs 7,789 crore during the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Mutual Funds lap up shares worth Rs 6,000 crore in October  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Equity mutual funds see over Rs 39,000 cr inflow in FY15  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Equity MFs receive Rs 34,000 cr in Apr-Sept  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
SPi World News

Fitch: Treasury Money Funds Prove Reliant on Fed's Reverse Repos

As the Federal Reserve's reverse repo program (RRP) continues to see record demand from money market funds, treasury funds in particular are proving to be the most reliant on the facility, according to Fitch Ratings. On Sept. 30, 102 counterparties ...
 Individual.com1 week ago FITCH : Treasury Money Funds Prove Reliant on Fed's Reverse Repos  4 Traders1 week ago
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Writing Instruments in the Netherlands Now Available at Fast Market Research

[November 10, 2014] (ReleaseWire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Fast Market Research recommends "Writing Instruments in the Netherlands" from Euromonitor International, now availableBoston, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/10/2014 -- Sales ...
 TMC Net1 week ago "Writing Instruments in the Netherlands" Now Available at Fast Market Research  TMC Net1 week ago

Ride The Smart-Money Coattails: Use IBD's Funds Pages

Selecting stocks that have superior profit and sales growth is not the sole key to success in the market. Neither is simply buying stocks with outstanding price strength. Before you invest in a stock, make sure that it also is a favorite among ...
 Investor's Business Daily2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: ECB's easy money carrot

Investors have been very well trained by central banks to ignore the realities and buy risk whenever they talk about more asset purchases. What markets don't realise is that QE only works when markets are dysfunctional like they were in 2008 after ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Markets Live: ECB's easy money ...  Canberra Times2 weeks ago
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