Twelve entities, acting on behalf of Reliance Industries (RIL), booked gains of Rs 513 crore by squaring off derivatives' positions in Reliance Petroleum on November 29, 2007. The elaborate scheme they devised to achieve these gains allegedly violated ... Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
Commodities market watchdog Sebi is likely to give mutual funds the go-ahead to trade in commodity markets in a month. The regulator is also in talks with the RBI to allow institutional investors like banks and FPIs to trade in the segment. "Mutual funds' ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
Sebi chairman U K Sinha today saidthe regulator is seeking legal clarity with respect to optionstrading in commodities which may require amendments to theSecurities Contracts Regulations Act (SCRA) and is also intalks with the Ministry of Finance on the issue.Money Control, 2 months ago
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