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P-Notes investments plunge to 30-month low in October

P-Notes investments plunge to 30-month low in October

Investments in domestic capital markets through participatory notes (P-Notes) fell to its lowest level in two-and-half years to Rs 2 lakh crore in end-October.

P-Notes investment falls to Rs 2.12 lakh cr in September after hitting a 5 months high

P-Notes investment falls to Rs 2.12 lakh cr in September after hitting a 5 months high

Investments into domestic capital markets through participatory notes (P-Notes) dropped to Rs 2.12 lakh crore in September after hitting a five months high of Rs 2.16 lakh crore at the end of August.

China's state media calls LeT 'Pak-based military group', downplays boycott call of Chinese goods in Indian markets

China's state media calls LeT 'Pak-based military group', downplays boycott call of Chinese goods in Indian markets

Though the focus of the article was boycotting of Chinese goods by Indians, the description it used for LeT would surely raise eyebrows in India.

P-Notes investment in Indian capital markets hits 5-month high in August

P-Notes investment in Indian capital markets hits 5-month high in August

Investments into domestic capital markets through participatory notes (P-Notes) rose to the highest level in five months at Rs 2.16 lakh crore in August.

 

Sebi to allow FPIs to directly trade in capital markets

Sebi to allow FPIs to directly trade in capital markets

With an aim to make it easier for overseas investors, regulator Sebi is considering allowing some categories of Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) to directly trade in Indian markets, starting with debt segment.

 

Market thumbs up approval to pay hike; Sensex reclaims 27,000-mark, Nifty above 8,300

Market thumbs up approval to pay hike; Sensex reclaims 27,000-mark, Nifty above 8,300

A string of economy-boosting policy decisions taken by the Cabinet, including approval to 7th pay panel recommendations, also brought back investors from the sidelines.

Brexit: How it can give better market access to India

Brexit: How it can give better market access to India

Volatility and decline in the financial markets were obvious after Britain decided to exit the European Union (EU) but there could be some advantages in it for India.

Enough "firepower" to deal with Brexit fallout: Govt

Seeking to allay concerns over Brexit impact on India, the government on Friday said the economy has enough "firepower" to deal with the situation, even as stocks and the rupee took a massive plunge.

LIVE Brexit shock: Markets pare early losses; Sensex still down over 700 points

LIVE Brexit shock: Markets pare early losses; Sensex still down over 700 points

Indian markets dropped sharply on Friday with early referendum results indicating Britain would leave the European Union.

India well prepared for 'Brexit': Finance Ministry

India well prepared for 'Brexit': Finance Ministry

The Finance Ministry is closely watching the developments surrounding the referendum in Britain on the country`s continuity in the European Union and India was well prepared to handle any eventuality, a top official said early on Thursday.

 

Regulators mount 'Brexit' vigil, RBI promises liquidity support

Regulators mount 'Brexit' vigil, RBI promises liquidity support

As stocks, bonds and rupee turned volatile ahead of the 'Brexit' referendum on Thursday, RBI has promised liquidity support and all necessary steps to ensure orderly conditions in financial markets while Sebi and stock exchanges also beefed up their risk management systems.

Sebi proposes allowing depositories to distribute cash benefit

Sebi proposes allowing depositories to distribute cash benefit

To make it easier for investors to get dividend and redemption payments on a fast-track basis, regulator Sebi on Monday proposed new norms to allow depositories to distribute all securities market related cash benefits.

 

FPIs remain bullish on Indian mkts; pour in Rs 7,600 cr in April

FPIs remain bullish on Indian mkts; pour in Rs 7,600 cr in April

Continuing with their bullish stance on India for the second month, foreign investors have pumped in over Rs 7,600 crore into the country's capital market in April so far, buoyed by a rate cut by the Reserve Bank.

Big bang reforms will not be operating template for India: Morgan Stanley

Big bang reforms will not be operating template for India: Morgan Stanley

The global financial services major said that the recently announced Budget for 2016-17 has proved once again that major reform initiatives will not be the operating template for the country.

Global economic turmoil hitting Indian markets: Government

Global economic turmoil hitting Indian markets: Government

The S&P BSE Sensex, which opened at 23,938.32 points, provisionally closed at 23,758.90 points (3.30 p.m.) -- down 262.08 points or 1.09 percent from the previous day`s close at 24,020.98 points.

Nifty surges 106 points on value-buying, upbeat global cues

Snapping a three-day losing streak, Indian markets Thursday staged a pullback rally on the back of frantic buying as the benchmark Nifty index soared by 106 points to close above the 7,800-level amid upbeat global cues.

Fed rate hike, earnings, Bihar polls to drive Indian markets: BofA

According to the global financial services major, if markets price-in a Fed rate hike, it will get easier for the RBI to cut rates by 25 basis points on September 29.

Investment via P-notes drops to Rs 2.75 lakh cr in June

Investment via P-notes drops to Rs 2.75 lakh cr in June

Investments through participatory notes (P-Notes) into India's capital market dropped to Rs 2.75 lakh crore (about USD 43 billion) at the end of June, after touching over seven years high in the preceding month.

Listed firms line up Rs 55,000 cr fund-raising plans

This comes on top of close to Rs 13,000 crore having been already raised by various listed companies by issuance of shares to institutional investors so far in 2015.

Foreign outflows to continue as other mkts become attractive: HSBC

The potential for equity outflows has increased, with foreign positions looking "stretched" in India, said the global brokerage.