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Central bank to float Rs 50 billion worth of NRB Bonds this fiscal
Himalayan times

Central bank to float Rs 50 billion worth of NRB Bonds this fi...

Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) is launching a brand new money market instrument called Nepal Rastra Bank Bond on Sunday to mop up excess liquidity from the banking sector. The post Central bank to float Rs 50 billion worth of NRB Bonds this fiscal appeared first on ... Himalayan times, 4 weeks ago

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Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago
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Hindustan Times, 1 month ago

Repo Rates Spike as Banks Hoard Cash But Markets Functioning -- Update

Banks were paying an average of 0.8% around noon Friday to borrow money from other lenders against high-quality government bonds, according to broker ICAP PLC. That "repo" rate was up from 0.75% at the open of Friday's session and from 0.69% ...
 Morningstar.com1 day ago
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Business Standard India

Gold funds emerge strong money makers in last one year

Shutterstock Gold exchange-traded-funds (ETFs) have emerged as one of the most money making instruments for mutual fund investors in the last one year. On an average, the returns from gold funds hover in double digits at over 11%. Interestingly, ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago Managing Money: Do not dip into emergency fund in good times  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Gold returns to haunt equity managers  Business Standard India5 days ago Gold ETFs glitter, but jewellery stocks mixed  Hindu Business Line2 days ago
DNA India

Raghuram Rajan exit decision looms over equity, money markets

Investors are awaiting Monday stock-market opening with their fingers crossed. Will the decision by Raghuram Rajan to hang up his boots at the central bank influence foreign investors in India? Will Rexit, as social media called the decision by the ...
 DNA India6 days ago Raghuram Rajan exit: Market experts see Sensex, rupee taking hit early Monday  Firstpost.com1 week ago Why Raghuram Rajan deserves a second term  Rediff.com1 month ago
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SEBI tightens P-Note norms to check money laundering

Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India(SEBI) has decided to tighten registration norms for participatory notes (P-Notes) in the country. SEBI, in its board meeting held on Thursday, decided that local know your customer (KYC)/ anti money ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Sebi issues stricter KYC, disclosure regime for P-Notes  Business Standard2 weeks ago P-Note investments slump to 20-month low of Rs 2.11 lakh cr  Business Standard3 weeks ago Sebi tightens P-note norms  The Telegraph2 weeks ago
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Foreign investors welcome, but no place for tainted money:Sebi

Allaying concerns about any further misuse of Participatory Notes, market watchdog Sebi's Chairman U K Sinha has said Indians can no longer use these offshore instruments, even indirectly, and a strong safety net has been put in place to check any ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Sebi wants P-Note users to come directly to India  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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MFs witness net inflow of Rs 1.7 lakh crore in April

The inflow was mainly driven by contribution from liquid funds or money market category. New Delhi: Investors pumped in a staggering Rs 1.7 lakh crore into various mutual fund (MF) schemes in April with liquid or money market segment contributing the most. In ...
 Asian Age1 month ago MFs witness net outflow of Rs 58,000 crore in May  Asian Age2 weeks ago New accounting norms to hit banking, telecom firms most  Rediff.com2 months ago MFs' AUM grows 14% to Rs 13.53 lakh cr in FY16  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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How liquid is your portfolio?

Besides return and risk, investors also need to weigh the liquidity of the instrument they are putting money in When choosing an investment instrument, most investors look only at the returns that the product could potentially offer. Some investors go a step further and examine the risk that the instrument carries. One criterion that most investors, except the seasoned ones, ignore is liquidity. Such oversight can have serious consequences at times. To evaluate whether an asset is liquid, you ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Even a 50 bps rate cut may not work, banks hardly have any money to lend

By Dhananjay Sinha Two themes that have been buzzing in the market in recent weeks are 1) intensifying consensus view that RBI will reduce policy repo rate, and 2) emerging belief from a few sections about a possible reversal in the US rate normalisation ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
Reuters

SEBI tightens rules on offshore derivatives

India's capital market regulator on Thursday took steps to stop suspected illegal money flowing into the country by making issuers of securities known as offshore derivative instruments register their customers. The Securities and Exchange Board of India ...
 Reuters1 month ago SEBI may tighten P-Note rules to curb black money  India Infoline1 month ago
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