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RBI introduces IRFs on money market instruments

IRFs are also available on dated securities between four years and eight years, and 11-15 years Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Go make money! Household savings worth $100 bn to hit markets in 2017

NEW DELHI: Calendar year 2016 has been exceptionally good for the domestic mutual fund industry. The next year promises to be an even better one, as retail investors flock to the equity market to chase higher returns. Following the demonetisation ...
 Economic Times1 week ago $100 billion household savings will come into stocks in 2017: Go make money!  Times of India1 week ago Should investors shift their savings to equity market?  Economic Times1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Bond to mop up money

Nov. 29: The Centre is likely to raise the issuance limit on market stabilisation scheme (MSS) bonds - a seldom used liquidity-soaking device conceived in 2004 - from its current level of Rs 30,000 crore. The limit is likely to be raised by Rs ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Indian Express

Return of Market Stabilisation Bonds, with some differences

The higher money supply, however, carries the risk of inflation, and impacts interest rates — that is why the RBI then sells government bonds or securities from its portfolio to reduce liquidity. One of the earliest challenges Yaga Venugopal Reddy ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

RBI Eases Norms For FPIs to Invest In Unlisted Debt instruments

MUMBAI : Reserve Bank of India (RBI) allowed foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to put their money in unlisted corporate debt securities as well as securitised debt instruments. The move is part of larger efforts to attract more overseas ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago

Global Surgical Navigation Instruments Market to Grow at a CAGR of 7.04% During 2016-2020

MarketResearchReports.biz has recently announced the addition of a market study Global Surgical Navigation Systems Market 2016-2020, is a comparative analysis of the global market. This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire Albany, ...
 Digital Journal1 week ago Global Chilled Processed Food Market - Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2016 - 2021)  MarketResearch.com1 week ago Global Small Satellite Market & By Industry, Applications and Geography (2015 & 2020)  MarketResearch.com1 week ago Discover the Global in-Vitro Diagnostics Instruments Market 2016-2020  Digital Journal1 week ago
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The Guardian Nigeria

Investing in Money Market Funds

Dr. Yemi Kale, Statistician General The National Bureau of Statistics revealed Nigeria's inflation rate was 18.3 percent for the month of October 2016, the highest in 11 years. Higher inflationary trends mean the cost of goods and services ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago Nigeria: Investing in Money Market Funds  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Money men returning to base metals

The money men are returning to the base metals markets. The speculative surges on China's mainland commodity exchanges may be grabbing the headlines as the authorities tweak trading and margin rates to try and cool the animal spirits of the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago As the money men return to metals, is it a sign the cycle has turned? Andy Home  Sharenet2 weeks ago As money men return to metals, is it a sign the cycle has turned?  Gulf Times2 weeks ago RPT-COLUMN-As the money men return to metals, is it a sign the cycle has turned? Andy Home  Reuters UK2 weeks ago
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The Changing Tide In The Money Market Universe

In September 2008, amidst the financial upheaval and bankruptcy headlines, the "breaking of the buck", or the scenario in which the net asset value, or NAV, of a money market fund falls below $1, received surprisingly low billing at the time.
 Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago

World Bank healthcare social impact bond fundraising targets Africa malaria

Malaria may not seem an obvious focus for financial markets but Nigeria plans an ambitious new instrument to tackle the heavy burden of the disease. If it goes ahead, the Innovative Financing for Malaria Prevention and Treatment/Control Project ...
 Algeria Business Info1 week ago Nigeria's ambitious malaria bond to ease healthcare burden  Business Live South Africa1 week ago
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