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BSE to discontinue liquidity enhancement scheme for equity derivatives from 11 June
Business

BSE to discontinue liquidity enhancement scheme for equity derivatives from 11 June

Under the LES, brokers and other market intermediaries are given incentives for a specified period of time to bring in and generate investor interest in securities that have limited trading activity.

Coronavirus Outbreak: SEBI extends deadline for stock brokers to submit reports till 30 June
Business

Coronavirus Outbreak: SEBI extends deadline for stock brokers to submit reports till 30 June

Market regulator SEBI on Friday extended the deadline for brokers to submit reports on client funding and daily margin till June 30 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

Sensex down 61 points in opening trade on heavy selling in metals, realty, energy, auto stocks; Rupee falls to fresh 16-month low
Business

Sensex down 61 points in opening trade on heavy selling in metals, realty, energy, auto stocks; Rupee falls to fresh 16-month low

The 30-share index dropped 60.79 points or 0.17 percent to 34,590.45. The gauge had gained 35.11 points in the previous session.

Sensex soars 180 points on positive Asian cues, Nifty jumps 60 points; Reliance up 2.66% ahead of results
Business

Sensex soars 180 points on positive Asian cues, Nifty jumps 60 points; Reliance up 2.66% ahead of results

The Sensex rallied about 180 points to 34,893.20 in early session today, maintaining its positive form for the second straight day

Sensex begins FY19 on a solid note, rises over 100 points to reclaim 33,000 mark; Nifty above 10,150
Business

Sensex begins FY19 on a solid note, rises over 100 points to reclaim 33,000 mark; Nifty above 10,150

The 30-share BSE benchmark, which had lost 205.71 points on the last session of FY18 on Wednesday, rose 133.32 points, or 0.40 percent, to 33,102.00.

Stock market brokers divided over proposal to extend trade hours
Business

Stock market brokers divided over proposal to extend trade hours

Sebi, in October 2009, had permitted the stock exchanges to set the trading hours between 9 am to 5 pm

'Shell companies': Builders, brokers, Bollywood under scanner for black money bonhomie
Business

'Shell companies': Builders, brokers, Bollywood under scanner for black money bonhomie

Some brokers are under the scanner for creating a panic-like situation in the stock market after Sebi's action to restrict trading in shares of 331 firms

Sebi relaxes certain disclosure requirements for brokers
Business

Sebi relaxes certain disclosure requirements for brokers

Now, stock brokers would not be required to provide details of bank accounts holding their own funds to the exchanges.

Chased by banks, indebted midcaps cut informal deals with high networth individuals
Business

Chased by banks, indebted midcaps cut informal deals with high networth individuals

With banks stepping up the pressure on stressed borrowers ahead of the financial year ending, many debt-laden midcap firms are learnt to be striking informal deals with high networth individuals (HNIs) for funds.

Building complex which 'refused' flat to Misbah Quadri has other Muslim tenants
Mumbai

Building complex which 'refused' flat to Misbah Quadri has other Muslim tenants

After Misbah Quadri came forward and said that she was thrown out of her house in Wadala East because she was a Muslim, her broker said that Misbah was denied the flat because she did not have relevant documents.

Real estate bill to clamp down on black money: Key facts to know
Business

Real estate bill to clamp down on black money: Key facts to know

Paving the way for regulation of the real estate sector, the Union Cabinet on Tuesday approved amendments to the long-pending real estate bill to bring under its ambit commercial and all ongoing projects as also brokers, while safeguarding consumers.

Legalising black money: HNIs take F&O route to give taxman the slip on capital gains tax
Money

Legalising black money: HNIs take F&O route to give taxman the slip on capital gains tax

Out-of-money call and put stock options on the bourses are suddenly seeing a flurry of activity, as many high networth individuals (HNIs) are said to be using this route to suppress their tax liability or legalise unaccounted money before this accounting year ends.

Wall Street slides on emerging market jitters; Fed in focus
Economy

Wall Street slides on emerging market jitters; Fed in focus

US stocks fell on Wednesday, along with markets around the world, on concerns that bold efforts by Turkey and South Africa to stabilize their currencies may not be enough to staunch a cycle of selling in emerging markets.

Irda will charge service tax on providing services to industry players
Investing

Irda will charge service tax on providing services to industry players

The regulator is required to collect service tax from its insurance companies, brokers and agents, said an Irda notification.

Last year's problematic Facebook IPO may be responsible for silence on Twitter
Tech

Last year's problematic Facebook IPO may be responsible for silence on Twitter

Out of 29 broker-dealers and independent advisers contacted by Reuters, 23 said they are not recommending Twitter shares. Only one said he would recommend it - and only to certain clients.

Last year's problematic Facebook IPO may be responsible for silence on Twitter
News & Analysis

Last year's problematic Facebook IPO may be responsible for silence on Twitter

Out of 29 broker-dealers and independent advisers contacted by Reuters, 23 said they are not recommending Twitter shares. Only one said he would recommend it - and only to certain clients.

NSEL promises to clear dues in 7 months, but brokers not happy
Investing

NSEL promises to clear dues in 7 months, but brokers not happy

FMC said it will take a decision on the settlement plan after getting views from brokers and investors while directing NSEL not to make payments to related-entity IBMA (Indian Bullion Market Association) without prior approval.

Why online brokerages might just be cheaper for retail investors
Investing

Why online brokerages might just be cheaper for retail investors

If you plan to enter the equity market, availing the services of an online broker would probably work out cheaper for you than availing the services of a traditional brokerage house.