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  • 26 Nov, 2014

    Rajan says Better Banking Practices can Lower Rates

    Says banks should seek more equity from biz owners, debt recovery must be more stringent...

  • Fearing slip in Q2 growth, Centre may press RBI for rate cut

    Q.1 growth was at 5.7%; an interest-rate cut is the only hope for industry, says FinMin official...

  • Jaitley to review Jan Dhan scheme today

    Will chair meeting to look into account opening, challenges faced by the scheme ...

  • Price wars rage in cab industry as firms seek brand loyalty

    Price wars rage in cab industry as firms seek brand loyalty...

  • Modinomics: Time for walking the talk on big bang reforms

    With low energy prices, the currency stable and core inflation falling, interest rates are likely to come down. This favourable climate may well be time for "big-bang reforms".

  • At $39.66 b, foreign portfolio flows at record high

    Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) have broken the record for the highest-ever purchases of Indian stocks and debt in a calendar year with a full month still to go....

  • 25 Nov, 2014

    Sensex, Nifty hit new high on global stimulus, reform hopes

    The market maintained a record breaking spree to breach new milestone with the benchmark Sensex surg­ing 165 points to 28,500 and the Nifty index rising by 53 points to end above 8,500 mark on hopes of big-bang reforms in the ongoing win­ter session..



  • RBI unlikely to cut rate before April: BS poll

    India Inc might have to wait until the first quarter of next financial year for a reduc­tion in the policy rate. While the 10 major banking and rating organisations polled by Business Standard unanimous­ly said the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) was unlikely to low­er the rate in its next monetary policy review on December 2, a majority saw the first rate cut happening in April next year..

  • ndia Inc might have to wait until the first quarter of next financial year for a reduc­tion in the policy rate. While the 10 major banking and rating organisations polled by Business Standard unanimou

    As the market touches a new high, Sebi is clamping down on dubious inflows from loosely regulated offshore entities, partic­ularly those located in the Gulf. According to a Sebi communique on Monday evening, foreign funds investing on behalf of unknown in­vestors and through opaque struc­tures will now find it difficult to play on Dalal Street.

  • The advent of shareholder activism in India

    Aided by new regulations, minority investors have prevailed in some high-profile cases...

  • 24 Nov, 2014

    Wealthy investors flock to equities as market uptrend continues

    High net worth individ­uals (HNIs) are con­sidered more invest­ment-savvy than retail investors. Either they have a team of advisors to fall back on or are quite clued in to the market dynamics. So, when HNIs increase their invest­ment in equities, is it safe to assume there is still scope for markets to go up from these levels, even if it looks volatile in the short term

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  • MF folio count rises by 2 lakh in FY15

    DRIVEN by addition in eq­uity fund folios, mutual fund houses have registered a surge of close to 2 lakh in­vestor accounts or folios in the first seven months of the current fiscal (2014-15).

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  • Three new fund pitches to ignore

    As the Sensex hovers at a new high, the trickle of new fund of­fers (NFOs) that commenced last year has grown into a flood. This isn't surprising because fund houses usually launch more NFOs in a bull market than in a bearish one.

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  • 21 Nov, 2014

    Act professionally, without fear or favour: Jaitley to bankers

    Rising non-performing assets (NPAs) which have been the bane of public sector banks for quite some time, were on Thursday flagged by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as he asked heads of the financial institutions to deal with the issue firmly with­out any fear or favour...

  • Govt readies power sector debt recast plan

    The government on Thursday indicated that it will soon finalize a bail-out plan for power projects hit by funding and clearance hurdles to revive the sector and boost supply in an energy-starved economy..

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    Many brokers provide clients with such pvt platforms to interact and gain more insights....

  • 20 Nov, 2014

    AMCs can launch 2 schemes a year till they meet norms: Sebi

    MUTUAL fund compa­nies, which are yet to com­ply with the requirement of minimum Rs 50 crore networth, can only launch a maximum of two schemes annually till the time they meet norms, regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said.

  • India to get lion's share of IFC arm's Asia fund

    The new government at the Centre and its focus on infrastructure are bring­ing new investors to India. IFC Asset Management (IFC AM), a 100 per cent sub­sidiary of World Bank's investment arm International Finance Corporation (IFC), raising a Sl-billion Asia Growth fund, is actively exploring investment opportuni­ties in the country.

  • Market Regulator Tightens Insider Trading Norms

    The Securities and Exchange Board of In­dia (SEBI) announced mea­sures to improve the integ­rity of the capital markets by enlarging the definition of those who could qualify to be charged under the law for insider trading, thus making it tougher for anyone with access to unpublished price sensitive information to make illegitimate gains.

  • FIIs buy $24-bn bonds in 2014, exhaust 98% limit

    With for­eign institutional investors (FIIs) buying $213-million bonds on Tuesday, total bond purchases so far in 2014 have hit$23.73 billion, surpassing the previous record of $10.05 billion in 2010.

  • Three reasons to cut rates

    A lower cost of capital, as finance minister Arun Jaitley has held, will in­deed give a good fillip to the Indian economy. Al­though we fancy ourselves as relent­less hawks, we have never understood the argument that a rate cut will not help growth, especially at this stage of the cycle.

  • Rupee tanks to over 8-month low

    The Indian rupee extend­ed its losses for the fifth session in a row and ended at 8-1/2-month low of 6.1.96 against the • Greenback today follow­ing sustained dollar demand from oil importers and weakness in local stock market.

  • Traders holding gold stocks anticipating import curbs

    FOLLOWING reports about government's plan to impose fresh curbs on gold imports, importers and bullion deal­ers are hoarding their stocks in anticipation of higher profits. The jewellery trade body alleged that the uncer­tainty created by the govern­ment is responsible for high­er imports.

Industry Data (As on 31st October 2014) in Crores
Industry AUM 10,95,653
Industry Equity AUM 3,36,550
Industry Equity Gross Sales (for the month) 12,865
Industry Equity Net Sales (for the month) 8,002
Industry Fixed Income AUM 7,59,103
Industry Fixed Income Gross Sales (for the month) 8,97,178
Industry Fixed Income Net sales (for the month) 1,16,435
Source: AMFI

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