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Havells India gains nearly 2% on fundraising via commercial paper
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Havells India gains nearly 2% on fundraising via commercial paper

Commercial paper is an unsecured money market instrument issued in the form of a promissory note by corporates. Money Control, 6 days ago

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Sebi widens probe into GDR misuse for routing black money

Capital markets regulator Sebi has widened probe into suspected misuse of GDR instruments for routing black money back to India and is investigating the role of over 50 individuals and companies.
 DNA2 months ago

Sebi to levy fee on P-Notes, bars speculative issuance

Markets regulator Sebi today tightened P-Note norms by levying a fee of USD 1,000 on each instrument and barred their issuance for speculative purposes to check any misuse for channelising black money. At the same time, Sebi decided to relax the entry norms ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Sebi to levy fee on P-Note issuance, bar speculative issuance  DNA3 weeks ago

China central bank resumes cash injections as shadow banking crackdowns spur liquidity worries

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's central bank resumed injections into the money market on Thursday after a near three-week absence, in an apparent bid to ease fears of a cash crunch in the financial system following massive drains from maturing debt instruments.
 Business Standard2 months ago China's c. bank quietly increases its power in battle to curb risks  Sify2 months ago

Cheap debt allows private equity firms to reap more dividends

By Dasha Afanasieva and Lina Saigol LONDON (Reuters) - Private equity firms have used buoyant debt markets to take almost $3 billion in special payouts from European portfolio companies so far this year, quadrupling the same period in 2016. Buyout firms ...
 Sify2 days ago

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks pressured by report on Trump probe, Fed hike, soft US data

* Fed outlines plan to reduce bond holdings * U.S. retail sales, consumer inflation weak * Deteriorating U.S. political climate undercuts risksentiment * Oil slump on U.S. gasoline inventory By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO, June 15 (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures ...
 Sify1 week ago Global stocks pressured by report on Trump probe, Fed hike, soft U.S. data  Sify1 week ago Stocks pressured by report on Trump probe, Fed hike, soft U.S. data  Sify1 week ago

P-note investors may invest in Indian mkts directly: Experts

Investors participating in Indian capital markets through Participatory-notes (P-notes) are likely to come in directly as FPIs, with Sebi's new proposals expected to make investment via these instruments costlier. P-notes or Offshore Derivative Instruments ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago P-note investments hit 4-mth high of Rs 1.78 lakh cr in March  Rediff.com2 months ago 10 best investment options in India  Sify1 month ago FPI net inflows at Rs 49k cr in FY17; debt takes back seat  Rediff.com2 months ago

How not to lose money in stocks

Overcome greed and rebalance your portfolio.Joydeep Ghosh speaks to experts.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Equity investing is exciting, especially when the stock markets are on a roll. And it is a rather difficult task to sell stocks or equity mutual funds (MFs) when these are rising consistently. Rajesh Chand, a Kolkata businessman, recalls his close call in the stock market. In January 2006, when Aban Offshore was trading at around Rs 580 per share, his father gifted him 200 shares of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

India's SEBI proposes tighter rules for offshore derivatives

MUMBAI, May 29 (Reuters) - India's capital market regulatoron Monday proposed to tighten rules on offshore derivativeinstruments (ODI) by imposing "regulatory fees" and prohibitingthe sales of such products unless they are issued for hedgingpurposes. In a ...
 Sify3 weeks ago SEBI proposes tighter rules for offshore derivatives  Sify3 weeks ago SEBI tightens rules for offshore derivatives  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago

Yes, giving money to very poor people will make their lives better — just ask Ecuador

Is eradicating poverty, a goal the United Nations’ hopes to achieve by 2030, actually feasible? New research out of Ecuador says yes – if governments are willing to pay for it. According to a United Nations University (UNU) - Merit study of Ecuador’s ...
 Sify1 month ago
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