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Indian Descent Stock Broker Charged In Alleged $131M Stock Market Scam
A stock broker of Indian descent has been charged in an alleged $131 million stock manipulation scheme after investigations by a task force set up for President Barack Obama's war on financial crimes, federal officials announced Wednesday.{image-announcement4-05-1462430676.jpg www.goodreturns.in}Pranav Patel of Tamarac, ...
Indian Descent Stock Broker Charged In Alleged 131m Stock M

JSW Steel denies media reports of CBI raid
The country's third biggest steel company JSW Steel issued its statement on the Bombay Stock Exchange and denied news reports of raids by the CBI at its Vijaynagar unit in Karnataka. In its filing the company said, "CBI (Central Bureau ...
Jsw Steel Denies Cbi Raid Report
Everonn falls again 20% and touches new low.
The education sector company fell again for the second consecutive trading session by 20% and touched the lower circuit again. The company's chairman, Jamshed Irani had resigned from the company after P Kishore, Managing Director of Everonn Education, was arrested on ...
Rajat Gupta and SEC drop case against each other
In a news that would raise many questions Rajat Gupta, former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director and the US market regulator, Securities and exchange commission (SEC) are dropping cases against each other. According to the court filing, the agreement between ...
Sesa Goa defends itself against the Lokayukta report
In a reply to the charges placed by the Karnataka lokayukta report, Sesa Goa has filed its response on the Bombay Stock Exchange to allay the fears of the investing community. Sesa Goa said that the company's name has come ...
RIL, DGH defend themselves in reply to the CAG report
India's largest private sector company, Reliance Industries (RIL), along with the Oil Ministry and oil sector regulator, Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) had put forward a detailed reply in response to the Comptroller and Auditor General's (CAG) report which alleged that ...
Dgh Defend Reply Cag Report
China may cut spending on strategic industries
China, the world's second-largest economy, is set to trim its investment in its seven key industries on the back of corruption and overcapacity issues. The projects that could see reduced investment levels include high speed railway projects, and wind power and ...
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