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Number Of New Demat Accounts In FY21 Touch Record High
Amid volatility in the stock markets in 2020, infused by COVID-19 related uncertainties, many new retail investors ventured into trading and investment. Data from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) showed that the number of people registering for new ...
Number Of New Demat Accounts In Fy21 Touch Record High

CDSL Adds 1 Crore Demat Accounts In 1-Year
Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL), becomes the first depository to open three crore plus (30 million) active demat accounts. Demat accounts in January 2020, which were 2-crore at the Central Depository have now crossed the 3 crores mark with the ...
These Changes Will Impact Your Finances In FY’20
Going forward, there have been made a slew of changes in the Budget 2019, which will come into effect from the new financial year. And so while engaging for the FY beginning April, you definitely need to consider these changes....
Physical Shares To Turn Illiquid After March 31: Here’s Rescue
After the extension in the previous deadline from December 5 to transfer physical shares, these listed firm shares unless dematerialized will be deemed illiquid. This implies that after the extended deadline of March 31, you will not be able to transfer or sell your held physical shares of listed companies....
Physical Shares To Turn Illiquid After March 31 Here S Resc
How To Get Refund On Unclaimed Dividend On Physical Shares?
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has asked investors to convert their physical shares to demat format to improve transparency of the holdings and facilitate an easy transfer. Though the earlier deadline (5 December) to do so has been ...
SGB Series III Price Fixed At Rs. 2964/gm
In the new subscription period beginning Monday until Wednesday, price for SGB has been fixed at Rs. 2964 per gram. The settlement is made the next week with the issue of the certificate for the same. Online investors have an ...
Sgb Series Iii Price Fixed At Rs 2964 Gm
Sebi Attaches Bank, Demat, MF Accounts Of Mallya's UBHL
Markets regulator Sebi has ordered attachment of bank accounts as well as share and mutual fund holdings of defaulter businessman Vijay Mallya-led United Breweries (Holding) Ltd to recover dues totalling Rs 18.5 lakh. The decision has been taken after UBHL failed ...
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