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Foreign Portfolio Investors Turn Net Buyers After 2 Months
In the first half of September, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) pumped in Rs 1,841 crore into the Indian capital markets, making them became net buyers after remaining net sellers in the previous two months. According to experts, the inflows ...
Foreign Portfolio Investors Turn Net Buyers After 2 Months
Even LIC Is Feeling The Heat In The Market Meltdown
The Nifty has lost a little more than 10 per cent since May 2019, wherein the index had crossed a record 12,000 points mark. Slowing growth, massive selling by Foreign Portfolio Investors and a jittery global environment have all contribued to ...
Rupee Hits 2019 Low
The Indian rupee today fell to its lowest level in 2019, as sentiments took a turn for the worse. The rupee fell to 72.30 against the US dollar, as poor GDP numbers, left investors worried that Foreign Portfolio Investors may head ...
Rupee Hits 2019 Low
Finance Minister Announces Sops for Industry; FPI Tax Goes
Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman today announced a host of measures to boost the economy and capital markets. Among these were the widely anticipated tax surcharge on the super rich, which became applicable to Foreign Portfolio Investors, registered as trusts. It maybe ...
5 Factors That Caused Mayhem In Indian Markets Today
After a weak start on Thursday, benchmark indices were dragged to their lowest levels in more than 5-months time due to heavy sell-off in the global markets as well as weak domestic cues. Nifty plunged 1.62% or 177.35 points to close ...
Factors That Caused Mayhem In Indian Markets Today
SEBI Eases Rules For Foreign Investors And Share Buybacks
On Wednesday, SEBI eased the regulatory and compliance framework for foreign portfolio investors (FPI) by broad-basing their classification, simplifying their registration requirements and permitting them to carry out off-market transfer of securities. Further, FPIs would now be classified into two categories instead ...
Rupee Falls To Trade At Its Lowest In 2019
Extending losses, the Indian rupee fell by 0.5 percent to its lowest levels seen in 2019. It weakened to Rs 71.94 against the US dollar at 3:10 pm. The domestic currency opened almost unchanged at 71.56/ dollar as against its previous ...
Rupee Edges Lower To 61 65 Per Dollar After Flat Opening
Indian Stock Market Worst Performing In 2019 So Far: Report
As concerns of economic slowdown deepen and corporate earnings even failed to uplift the stock market sentiment, Indian markets so far in the year 2019 have been the worst performing. The problem got worsened soon after the Union Budget 2019 imposed ...
Indian Stock Market Worst Performing In 2019 So Far Report
Nifty Opens Above 11050 Tracking Gains In US And Asian Markets
Indices tracking major gains in the US and Asian markets opened Friday's session higher, Niftyat open was up 49.40 points at 11081.90, while Sensex traded with gains of 141.42 points at 37468.78. Also, the sentiment in the market has been uplifted ...
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