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  • 05 Mar, 2015

    RBI move will lower EMI, boost growth: Finmin

    Welcoming RBI's decision to cut policy rate by 0.25%, the fi­nance ministry's top func­tionaries on Wednesday said it will bring down EMIs, increase demand and boost economic growth...

  • 'Budget will help India become a powerhouse in the world'

    RAGHURAM RAJAN, the RBI Governor, spoke on a range of issues during an interaction with analysts on Wednesday, after cutting interest rates. Edited excerpts:

  • India expects better monsoon this year

    If the outlook turns out correct, it will be another shot in the arm for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to re­vive the economy after RBI un­expectedly cut its policy rate for the second time this year on Wednesday.

  • Sebi offers simple process for opening of trading & demat a/c

    SEBI has introduced the con­cept of a 'Saral (Simple) Account', with much more relaxed Know Your Customer requirements as compared to a normal demat account. Such accounts are primarily aimed at investors who only partici­pate in the cash market, with­out availing other facilities like internet, mobile banking or margin and derivative trading. .

  • India Inc cheers RBI rate cut, hopes for investment boost

    Companies believe that the rate cut will encourage investments. They also be­lieve that the two rate cuts in two months will lead to re­duction in lending rates as well. A lot of companies would start to roll over their existing high cost loans and even borrow at new rates for their greenfield projects.

  • No new MAT demand on Flls from Apr: Revenue Secy

    The finance ministry on Wednesday said earlier cases of imposing min­imum alternate tax (MAT) on for­eign institutional investors would contin­ue, even as they will be exempted from 2015-16 financial year (2016-17 assessment year) onwards...

  • Rs weakens as Rajan cautions against excessively strong unit

    In line with weak stocks, the rupee slipped by a hefty 33 paise — its fourth straight daily loss — to close at 62.25 against dollar amid RBI governor Raghur am Raj an's comment that an "excessively strong rupee" is undesirable as it triggers disinflationary pressures...

  • Govt pitches for rating upgrade

    "Now we have a 50 basis points rate cut (in two tranches within two months) and I think that is good for the economy and all rate cuts benefits... If the outlook is looking good, the rating agencies should draw their lessons from that om improv­ing the outlook," Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said.

  • In 25 years, from exclusive brokers' club to investor mkt

    The change from open outcry system of trading in the ring, dematerialization of shares, clear­ing house for settlement within three days of trade and its compe­tition with NSE, together have led to its transformation, Dalal Street veterans said...

  • Sebi rejigs panel on disclosures, accounting standards

    Sebi has re-organised its com­mittee which advices the reg­ulator on issues related to dis­closure requirements and accounting practises for various entities in the securities market...

  • 04 Mar, 2015

    Budget sops to initiate merger of serval MF schemes soon

    FM move positive for industry, will help in product rationalisation..

  • More autonomy to Reserve Bank of India

    With the government and RBI agreeing over a new monetary policy framework with the pri­mary objective of containing inflation, making the latter accountable for it, policymakers feel this will give more autono­my to the central bank....

  • Jan Dhan Model to Perk up Retail Play in Equities

    New Drive: After bank accounts, govt plans push to open demat accounts to propel PSU selloff...

  • 'We have asked Sebi if secondary trading can be stopped during stake sale'

    Disinvestment Secretary ARADHANA JOHRI talks about the department's performance and future plans. Edited excerpts:

  • Bond yields rise to seven-week high

    Government bond yields rose to a seven-week high due to con­cerns that rate cuts by RBI will get delayed...

  • Buying by mutual funds regains pace in February

    Equity fund managers pumped in Rs.4,300 crore into stocks last month, amid sharp volatility in the market, which saw the benchmark indices move in a five per cent band...

  • 03 Mar, 2015

    Debt Bets May Spike on Realistic Budget Nos

    "Market movement (Monday) after the Bud­get may be due to market position­ing ahead of expectations of the new 10-year government bond in April or May," said Dhawal Dalal, Head, Fixed Income, at DSP BlackRock Investment Managers. "We expect the RBI to cut rates in the next monetary policy meeting."

  • Rajan: Inflation high, can't cut rates quickly

    India is witnessing an "avalanche" of capital flows as central banks around the world are reducing interest rates to ve­ry low levels but the RBI is un­able to cut interest rates very quickly due to "high" inflation, governor Raghuram Rajan said on Monday...

  • FMC-SEBI merger will improve regulations: MCX's Singhal

    PK Singhal, Joint Managing Di­rector, MCX, said the capital mar­ket regulator SEBI has penal pow­ers to raid, search, fine and take criminal actions against wrong doers, thus improving market integrity...

  • Gold monetisation scheme guideline likely by May

    The government might issue guidelines for the gold moneti­sation scheme, announced in the Union Budget 2015-16, by May, Finance Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi said on Monday. The scheme will replace the pres­ent gold deposit and gold met­al loan schemes...

  • 'Performance criteria for capitalisation of PSBs could change'

    HASMUKH ADHIA, financial services secretary, says any consolidation among public sector banks (PSBs) will happen through consultation with the Bank Board Bureau. He adds there could be changes in the performance criteria for providing capital to banks, and non-performing assets (NPAs) could be considered. Edited excerpts:

  • IPOs raising up to Rs2,000 cr seen in March

    At least five companies are seeking to raise up to Rs2,000 crore through ini­tial public offerings (IPOs) this month, close on the heels of finance minister Arun Jaitley's first full budget, testing investor appetite for new share sales after a tepid 2014....

  • 'One-time compliance not amnesty'

    Revenue secretary Shaktikanta Das says that the government will launch a "one-time compli­ance scheme" to enable those with undisclosed assets over­seas to come clean and avoid prosecution by paying tax and penalty. At the same time, he insists that there will be in­ternal checks and balances to prevent misuse of the planned laws, aimed at crack­ing down on black money. Excerpts of an interview:

  • 02 Mar, 2015

    DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund launches DSP BlackRock Ultra Short Term Fund

    DSP BlackRock Mutual Fund launches DSP BlackRock Ultra Short Term Fund, an open ended income schemem that seek to generate returns commensurate with risk from a portfolio constituted of money market securities and / or debt securities.

  • With this budget, we've put in the third generation of reforms

    Minister of state for finance Jayant Sinha speaks about the gov­ernment's infrastructure develop­ment plans, deferring the fiscal deficit target, .implementation of goods and services tax, direct benefit transfers and the proposed cut in corporate tax rates in an interview. Edited excerpts:

  • Register to give stock advice: Sebi

    Individual investment advisers providing opinion on securities or public offers through TV channels or other media platforms will be required to obtain registration as research analysts, Sebi has said

  • Jaitley's Fiscal Deficit Pushback may not Hit RBI's Rate-cut Plans

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's decision to defer the fiscal deficit target by a year may not deter RBI from lowering interest rates in com­ing months, some experts have said, arguing that the high quality of fis­cal consolidation and lower infla­tion could spur the central bank to ease its monetary policy stance.

  • Now, Online Aggregators Under Net

    The budget pro­posal to bring the online com­merce industry under the am­bit of the new service tax rate of 14% will impact web-based ag­gregators of retail sellers, taxi owners, bus operators and ho­tels including companies such as Amazon, Flipkart, Uber, Snapdeal and OlaCabs...

  • FPIs Pump Rs 24,500 cr in Feb

    Foreign investors poured in more than Rs 24,500 crore in capital markets last month and analysts expect the inflow to rise after the Union Budget sought to address concerns on con­troversial issues like the General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) and retro­spective taxation.

  • India Inc: Gainers & losers

    Even as the markets ini­tially reacted negative­ly due to lack of 'Big Bang' measures and as they sought clarity on various issues, it seems there are more gainers than losers from the Union Budget proposals....

  • 27 Feb, 2015

    Dual advantage scheme

    DSP BlackRock MF has launched dual advantage fund — Series 36 - 36M. The NFO price for the scheme is Rs 10 per unit. The new issue will be open for subscription from February 26.

  • DSP BlackRock FMP

    DSP BlackRock MF launches DSP BlackRock FMP - Series 187 - 3M. The NFO price for the scheme is Rs 10 per unit. The new issue will be open for subscription only on February 26

  • Prabhu Arrives in Stimulus Express

    Suresh Prabhu's debut rail budget rolled outan ambitious investment plan by the railways, signalling the government's intent to revive investments through greater pub­lic spending that could find a place in the general budget as well.

  • Banks, NBFCs Need RBI, Sebi Nod to Act as Investment

    Banks and Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) planning to provide investment advisory ser­vices have to obtain approvals from both the RBI and the Sebi...

  • In a first, Centre invites applications from private sector bankers for top posts in PSBs

    In a bid to attract talent from a wider pool, the Finance Ministry has invited private sector bank­ers, besides the regular public sector executives, to apply for the top job at five large state-owned lenders...

  • StanChart reshuffle

    British lender Standard Char­tered Bank today announced a new global CEO and a new head for Asia, in place of in­cumbents Peter Sands and Jaspal Bindra, respectively

  • RBS to shut down banking operations in India

    Britain's largest state-owned bank, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), has decid­ed to shut down its banking oper­ations in the country but will be retaining the back office...

  • Checks on insider trading before stock listing

    The new insider trading regulations notified last month will not only be applicable to listed companies, but also to those 'proposed to be listed'. "The 1992 regula­tions were restricted in their application to listed compa­nies alone...

Industry Data (As on 31st January 2015) in Crores
Industry AUM 11,81356
Industry Equity AUM 386,634
Industry Equity Gross Sales (for the month) 15,316
Industry Equity Net Sales (for the month) 7,038
Industry Fixed Income AUM 794,722
Industry Fixed Income Gross Sales (for the month) 960,360
Industry Fixed Income Net sales (for the month) 99,840
Source: AMFI

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