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  • 13 Oct, 2015

    DSP MF dividend record date

    DSP BlackRock MF has set October 16 as record date for declaration of dividend on the face value of Rs 10 per unit under dividend option of DSP BlackRock Balanced Fund, an open-ended scheme

  • Limits enhanced, foreign investors bid aggressively in government debt auction

    Foreign investors on Monday oversubscribed by three times the enhanced limit in gov­ernment bonds made available to them and, in addition, bought more than Rs1,000 crore of bonds issued by state governments, indicating the attractiveness of state-backed Indian papers....

  • Sept CPI inflation up at 4.41%, snaps 2-month falling trend

    Consumer price index-based inflation for the month of September reversed a two-month easing streak and rose 4.41 per cent year-over-year, due to higher food retail prices....

  • RBI Sold $3.3 billion in Forex Markets in Aug

    RBI sold $3.3 billion in both the spot and the forward currency markets in August to rein inthe value of the rupee against the dollar, reports Our Bureau. The central bank on Monday said it sold $1.6 billion in the spot market and $1.7 billion in the forward market in Augustto contain the depreciation in the rupee.

  • Industrial growth zooms to 6.4% in August

    Raising expectations of a recov­ery, August factory output hit a near-three-year high of 6.4 per cent on the back of a strong man­ufacturing sector performance. The Index of Industrial Produc­tion had expanded a mere 0.5 per cent in August last year. It rose 4.2 per cent in July this year.

  • Retailers eye double-digit growth this festive season

    With the beginning of the festive season and improved consumer sentiment, retail­ers a/e expecting sales to grow by 30-40 per cent from a year ago....

  • Car makers leaving nothing to chance this festive season

    On offer are gold coins, cash-back offers, free accessories, gift cheques, free insurance, limited-edition models....

  • Final Order on NSEL FTIL Merger Likely to be Issued by October End

    The government is likely to issue the final order on merger of the scam-hit National Spot Exchange (NSEL) with its parent Financial Technologies In­dia (FTIL) by the end of this month. The corporate affairs min­istry has called the two companies to present their case on the merger and also on the share swap ratio that has been finalised....

  • India Much Less Exposed to Global Risks Than EMs

    India is better placed among emerging markets to tack­le risks arising out of global eco­nomic slowdown, said a top IMF official on Monday, reaffirming an optimistic outlook despite some lingering concerns. The In­dian central bank along with its Chinese counterpart are the only ones better equipped to handle huge outflows, he said.

  • Tap opens for Govt securities worth $2.6 bn for FPIs

    Foreign Portfolio Investors will be able to invest an additional $2.6 billion (RS 16,431 crore) from on Monday onwards in various Government securi­ties, including those of the states. Out of this, investment lim­its worth about RS 5,600 crore are being allotted through an e-auction, while the rest would be available on tap....

  • Five-fold jump in amount raised through IPOs in 1st half of FY16

    According to a report by Prime Database, the April-September period, 2015-16, ended with mobilisation of RS 4,950 crore through IPOs, with another RS 12,916 crore raised through offer for sale mechanism (OFS).

  • 12 Oct, 2015

    Jaitley suggests bigger financing by World Bank to achieve SDGs

    The Union Finance Minister, Mr Arun Jaitley has pitched for big­ger financing and better imple­mentation plans by the World Bank Group to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)....

  • BSE to auction invt limits for RS 5600-crore Govt bonds

    Leading bourse BSE, will tomorrow, auction invest­ment limits for foreign investors to buy Government debt secu­rities worth RS 5,600 crore. It would include the increased investment cap announced by markets regu­lator Sebi last week.

  • Rate Cut a Good Move, But Reforms More Important

    The RBI recent move to cut rates is good but reforms from the govern­ment will be more important for economic re­vival, said Mark Mobius, who is credited as a pioneer in emerging market investing. He said the US Fed is likely to be extremely cautious while tightening monetary policy with other central banks cut­ting rates. Edited excerpts:

  • Landscape of the Indian Banking industry Has Changed Drastically

    Vote of Thanks by M V TANKSALE, Chief Executive, IBA....

  • Adhia outlines reforms to bring down graft in I-T Dept

    Union Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia has indicated some key reforms likely to be brought in income-Tax regu­lations dealing with the scru­tiny of taxation cases, ac­countability and reducing corruption at the Income Tax Department....

  • RBI allows bigger home loans

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has hiked the proportion of a property's value banks can advance for a real estate purchase and also brought down the risk weights attached to home loans. This is likely to make more credit available to borrowers and lift dampened sentiments in the real estate market.

  • BSE Drops Plan to Set Up a Separate Commodity Bourse

    BSE has dropped its plan to set up a separate commodity bourse and instead has sought Sebi's approval to start a separate segment on its platform for trading in commodities.

  • India Post to modernise for e-commerce push

    Buoyed by the surge in e-commerce, India Post will transform its functioning by inducting computers, reno­vating post offices and acquiring vehicles for trans­porting parcels....

  • Indian currency likely to appreciate this week

    The rupee might continue to appreciate this week as for­eign flows are expected to continue in domestic mar­kets....

  • 11 Oct, 2015

    Forex reserves up by $827.4 million

    Forex reserves up by $827.4 million

  • Q2 earnings to set tone for markets

    Rising for a second straight week, bench­mark indices clinched their biggest weekly gain in nearly four months since June 19 after the US Fed hinted that it won't raise interest rates soon. Further, rebound in glob­al commodity prices during the week has also aided the senti­ment.

  • Jaitley voices India's concerns over delay in IMF quota reforms

    India voiced strong reservation on delay in implementation of the quota reform of the International Monetary Fund that aims to provide emerging economies more voice and voting power with regard to the func­tioning of the multilateral body

  • India Likely to Move on Positive Note, despite Volatility

    India has entered into a strong ral­ly post the RBI's surprise act. Now we are moving in tandem with the world, which is in a risk-on mode led by the diminishing possibility of an immediate rate hike in us as well as expecting green-shoots in emerging economies. Due to the strong rally in the last few days, further momentum in the indices may be limited, but we should continue to be in a positive mode with a healthy thrust in the broader market.

  • 10 Oct, 2015

    Indirect Tax Mopup up 35.8% in Apr-Sept

    Reflecting an in­crease in economic activity, in­direct tax collection increased 35.8% in the first six months of the current fiscal to Rs3.24 lakh crore, hitting more than 50% of the annual target....

  • New RBI norms may make home loans cheaper

    Interest rates on ho­me loans are expected to come down by another 25-30 basis po­ints, triggered by the Reserve Bank of India's move to lower risk weights on select home lo­ans of up to Rs 75 lakh where borrowers are willing to put in more money. According to Cri-sil Research, the new norms might be applied to home finan­ce companies as well.

  • G20 FMs approve final stds for Global tax reforms

    Finance ministers from India and other G20 countries on Friday en­dorsed the final detailed ac­tion plan for putting in place a coherent and transparent global tax regime to curb ar­tificial profit-shifting ways.


    Stock markets across the con­tinents turned positive with resumed buying by investors today following the release of the minutes of the Unit­ed States Federal Reserve's meeting last month which revealed the American cen­tral bank did not increase its policy interest rate since it felt it was prudent to wait for additional information confirming the economic outlook had not worsened....

  • Rocketing Markets Spread Cheer

    India's key stock indices logged their biggest weekly gains since mid-June, tracking a rally in global markets on hopes the US Federal Reserve may not start monetary pol­icy tightening in a hurry....

  • 09 Oct, 2015

    India's young rich know how to give

    These next-generation philanthro­pists, including Aditi Kothari, tell us why they choose to do what they do.....

  • 'US, international financial bodies bullish on India'

    International financial bodies including the IMF, World Bank, and top US federal bodies like the Federal Reserve are 'highly impressed' by India's growth at a time when emerging economies are slowing down, officials of these institutions told a group of top Indian bankers.

  • Major Economies Weakening, India on Firm Footing

    Growth looks to be easing in most of the world's major economies but firming up in India, says the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)....

  • Bandhan Bank to add 105 branches in next 5 months

    Newly-opened private sector lender Bandhan Bank on Thurs­day said it plans to open 105 more branches in the next five months as part of its expansion drive.

  • Improve risk management to tackle volume: SEBI to bourses

    SEBI on Thursday asked bours­es and clearing corporations to enhance trading, clearing, settlement and risk manage­ment systems to at least 1.5 times the projected peak load as trade volumes soar at stock exchanges.


    MintAsia's first global banking conclave took place in Singapore on 2 October. The consensus seemed to be that despite the challenges it poses, India will be the most dynamic banking industry hub in coming years

  • 08 Oct, 2015

    DSP BlackRock bets on IFAXpress

    DSP BlackRock Investment Managers, an asset management company, is banking on its latest platform for independent financial advisors (IFAs)- IFAXpress to accelerate growth. The IFA platform has been designed to ease the transaction process for them and offer a seamless client servicing experience.

  • Equity funds add 12k accounts a day

    More than 12,000 investors have opened equity accounts per day so farthis financial year. This marks the fastest pace of equity folio openings since the bull run of 2007-08....

  • Amid good vibes, rupee gains currency

    Good run in stock markets propels domestic unit to eight-week high as FPIs regain appetite....

  • RBI buys over one-year forward $ to limit swap outflow impact in 2016

    The RBI's interventions have shifted to the forward market from the spot. In July, the RBI had an outstanding forward position of $4.6 billion, an increase of $2.7 billion over the previous two months. Surplus liquidity in the banking system could be one of the motivations for this strategy.

  • Mobile Wallets May Well be the Future of Retail Banking

    TRANSACTIONS VIA wallets double in a year, outpace rise in credit card volumes as use of handheld devices increases....

  • Social Initiatives Linked to Aadhaar may Come to a Halt

    The Supreme Court's decision on Wednesday not to re­consider wider use of Aadhaar and refer the matter to a wider constitutional bench will bring the ambitious unique identity project as well as several social initiatives of the central govern­ment linked to Aadhaar to a screeching halt, officials said.

  • Global Travellers May Get Tax Refund While Leaving India

    International trav­ellers buying goods in India will be able to claim refunds of taxes in the proposed goods and servic­es tax regime that seeks to re­place plethora of state and cen­tral government taxes with a single levy....

  • Formula One on Sale?

    Formula One could have new owners by the end of the year with three parties currently interested, the sport's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Tuesday....

  • 07 Oct, 2015

    India May Remain Fastest Growing Economy: IMF

    Recent policy reforms, a consequent pickup in investment and lower commodity prices may support growth....

  • Rational Personal Taxes, Flat 25% Corporate Tax in Four Years: Jaitley

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has promised a rational tax rate for individuals and bringing down of corporate tax to 25 % flat in four years beginning next fiscal along with removal of exemptions except those that encourage individ­ual savings.

  • Rajan warns bankers against competitive monetary easing

    RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday warned central bankers across the world against competitive monetary easing and pitched for a collective action.

  • Centre for all-round use of Aadhaar

    The Centre on Tuesday came to the Supreme Court along with several im­portant organisations and made an impassioned plea for permitting voluntary use of Aadhaar cards held by 90 crore citizens to accurately identify beneficiaries for wel­fare schemes.

  • Google to invest in Symphony

    Bringing Google into its Capital mix alongside the likes of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and investment fund BlackRock, who already back the service, would provide Symphony with the Mountain View-based behemoth's technological savvy. Symphony uses encryption technology, allowing firms to communicate securely on a centralised platform.

  • Soon, Investors Can Get Their Hands on Big Indian Brands

    In the next couple of months cos like Cafe Coffee Day & IndiGo's owner are set to go public....

  • Sensex gains 5% in past five sessions

    Rs.500 crore worth of shares foreign institutional investors bought On Tuesday....

  • Conditions right for doing business: Modi

    PM says FDI policy liberalised, new IPR norms coming; sees GST rollout next year, speaking at the Indo-German Summit hosted by Nasscom....

  • 06 Oct, 2015

    No micro performer

    "As we follow a buy and hold strategy we would like to own businesses which we would be comfortable owning even in a bear market." VINIT SAMBRE, Fund Manager, DSP BLACKROCK MICRO CAP FUND

  • The market makers

    Larry Fink, CEO, BlackRock figures 4th in the annual most influential ranking in the world of finance, compiled by Bloomberg

  • RBI governor's focus on savers signals rate pause

    Rajan's new method of arriving at real rates suggests that room for further easing is rather limited, said Dhawal Dalal, the Mumbai-based head of fixed income at DSP BlackRock, the local venture of the world's largest money manager that oversees $5.7 billion locally.

  • Equity MFs pump $3bn in markets since Aug

    Largest Net Inflows In Over 2-Month Period....

  • Sensex at 6-week high on upbeat global sentiment

    Weak jobs data from US, which led to speculation that the US Fed may postpone hiking benchmark lending rates, stability in the rupee and rebound in metal and crude oil prices supported gains in the indices

  • RBI to auction G-secs worth Rs.15,000 cr

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will auction govern­ment bonds worth Rs.15,000 crore on Friday, including a new one matur­ing in December 2034 for Rs.3,000 crore.

  • India on Track to Meet Deficit Target, Growth to Cross 7.5%

    India is well on track to meet its fiscal deficit target of 3% of GDP by FY18, said the fi­nance ministry's top bureau­crats, who are confident growth will exceed 7.5% in the current fiscal. They said growth projec­tions will be reviewed after sec­ond-quarter numbers are an­nounced.

  • India to tie up with G20, OECD nations to stop transfer of profits to tax havens

    India is set to make major changes in its Income Tax Act and sign a multilateral agreement with G20 and OECD nations to prevent the corporate practice of showing large parts of global profits in low tax coun­tries and tax havens instead of the country where economic ac­tivity takes place.

  • Single Window' Realty Clearance's Govt Priority, says Maha Fin Minister

    With an objective to fast-track delivery of homes at reduced costs, the Maharashtra government is work­ing on ensuring faster approvals for real estate developers, said Sudhir Mungantiwar, minister of finance and planning, and forest departments.

  • Senior citizen interests to be guarded in rate rejig

    The finance ministry on Monday said the interest of small savers, especially sen­ior citizens and girl child, will be kept in mind while re­viewing the deposit rates for schemes in the light of falling bank interest rates.

  • REITs to start functioning shortly, says finance ministry

    "As regards investment in housing sector, the REITs structure we positioned in this year's Budget... I would expect some of the REITs to start functioning very shortly," Economic Affair Secretary Shaktikanta Das said.

Industry Data (As on 31st August 2015) in Crores
Industry AUM 1,255,506
Industry Equity AUM 435,735
Industry Equity Gross Sales (for the month) 19,667
Industry Equity Net Sales (for the month) 10,788
Industry Fixed Income AUM 819,771
Industry Fixed Income Gross Sales (for the month) 1,078,653
Industry Fixed Income Net sales (for the month) 57,538
Source: AMFI

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Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER)

The nominal rupee-dollar exchange rate measures the number of rupees equivalent to a US dollar, whereas the real exchange rate compares currencies in terms of purchasing power. The concept of real exchange rate can be understood using a simple example.


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