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Rupee Falls After RBI Rajan's Surprise Move To Quit In September

The rupee was down 0.5 per cent at 67.39 to the dollar at 0655 GMT, having hit 67.70 to the dollar earlier in the session, its weakest level since May 24

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Sebi Proposes Relaxing Rules For REITs, Offshore Fund Managers

India's capital markets regulator proposed on Friday relaxing rules for real estate investment trusts, including allowing them to invest a larger portion of their funds in assets under construction

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Govt Closely Monitoring Possible Fallouts Of Brexit: Jayant Sinha

Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha says the RBI is trying to ensure sufficient liquidity in local markets as a defence against Brexit

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What To Make Of The Latest FOMC Meeting? FED Flip Flop To Continue?

The Fed’s indecision should not come as a surprise. The central bank has gone to the edge of a rate hike a number of times in the past few years, only to pull back

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Mahanagar Gas Looks To Raise More Than Rs 1,000 Crore Through IPO

Mumbai-based cooking gas supplier Mahanagar Gas Ltd plans to raise a maximum of Rs 1,040 crore through an initial pubic offering on June 21

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Some Investors Say 'Don't Panic' Over RBI Leadership

India is also setting up a monetary policy committee that will decide interest rates, ending the current system under which the governor decides on policy and writes the statement

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Foreign Investors Welcome, But No Place For Tainted Money, Says 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 routing of black money

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Why Positive Cues Keep Market Spirits High

As news flows have turned negative, cash flows into the market may shrink. Stock markets not only depend on positive news, they also depend on fund flows

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There’s A Tonne Of Money Waiting On The Fence

Appetite for good stocks has been quite high among investors. The two IPOs of Thyrocare and Ujjivan have met with roaring successes. Investors are willing to give good IPOs the backing

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Sebi Says No To Futures Trading In New Commodities

India will not allow futures trading in new commodities unless assured of sufficient liquidity, a top official at the Securities and Exchange Board of India said on Thursday, three years after a scandal dealt a blow to confidence in the country's commodities markets

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How Technology Is Shaping The Indian Mutual Fund Industry

Certainly, technology has now become a universal aspect of each and every element of mutual fund operations – be it transaction processing, fund management, customer service or distribution

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Politics Of Policy | Saving Markets From Marketmen

Indian markets remain stunted because some players are exploiting exchanges for money laundering and tax evasion

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Vodafone Invites Pitches From Banks For India IPO

The listing of Vodafone's Indian unit is expected to raise between $2 billion and $2.5 billion, making it the biggest IPO since state-owned Coal India Ltd's $3.5 billion listing in 2010

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Over 60% New Entrants Sink Below IPO Price So Far In 2016

More than half of the new entrants to the stock market this year are trading well below their IPO price, giving negative returns of as much as 31 per cent

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Shaky Earnings Recovery Poses Challenge For Indian Market

Foreign investors are turning marginal sellers having offloaded stocks worth Rs 1,040.14 crore in April. If the drizzle turns into a shower, the broader markets could take a further beating

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