Pipeline or pipe dream? Nirmala Sitharaman's Public-Private Partnership talk in Union Budget 2020-21 needs a big reality check
When the hype ebbs on the longest Indian budget speech at 160 minutes, questions remain on both quantitative numbers and the administrative detail of the qualitative plans outlined
Union Budget 2019: Capital markets provide platform for investors and businesses to fulfil their financial needs
Capital market can also be divided in terms of the instruments being traded: Stock market or Bond market.
Union Budget 2019: Stock market players urge Nirmala Sitharaman to extend tax sops to retail investors in corporate bond
Financial market players on Thursday urged Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to extend tax incentives to retail investors in corporate bonds, and also pitched for additional tax sops for investments in term insurance plans
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday withdrew the 20 percent limit on investments by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in corporate bonds of an entity with a view to encourage more foreign investments
Sebi chairman Ajay Tyagi says framework for 'on-tap' bonds to be issued soon; supply of corporate bonds likely to more than double
Tyagi said there is an opportunity for development of bond markets in the present NPA crisis
IL&FS fiasco singeing mutual fund investors: What happened to fund houses’ much-vaunted research capabilities?
That IL&FS would default to its bondholders could have been easily ferreted out had the fund houses upped their ante on the back of their famed research capabilities.
Curb on imports soon to bring rupee to 68-70 level, says DEA secretary; terms 12% slide in currency 'temporary phenomenon'
The fall in rupee has shot up oil import bill for the world's fastest-growing oil user by 76 percent to $10.2 billion in July.
The board of SEBI has cleared the framework for enhanced market borrowings by large corporates and it would come into force from 1 April, 2019.
India’s debt mutual fund managers need to be vigilant and appropriately value their investments in corporate papers, even as a bulk of the money comes from institutional investors, the chief of the country’s market regulator said on Thursday
As per Sebi, the current practice of pricing of corporate bonds varies for different classes of regulated entities and this impacts trading in the secondary market.
Industry body CII has sought rationalisation of the dividend distribution tax rate to 10 percent in the upcoming Budget to encourage participation of different stakeholders in the country's financial markets
Sebi also plans to reduce minimum angel fund investment for venture capital firms to Rs 25 lakh from the current Rs 50 lakh to boost the early-stage startup ecosystem
The Reserve Bank today allowed banks to raise funds by floating rupee-denominated bonds in overseas market as part of an additional avenue to raise long-term funds.
Dealings worth Rs 3.40 lakh crore in corporate bonds were reported on the two bourses during April-July 2015 period
In terms of numbers, 893 issuances were made in April-June quarter of this fiscal, as compared to 912 in the same period of 2015-16
TCS ploughed $3 billion into the market from January to March, its annual balance sheet showed last month
Factors that prevented banks from lowering their loan rates have remained quite strong. These include piling up of bad and restructured loans, weak earnings growth and poor capital position of state-run banks.
Under the Section 54 EC of the Indian Income Tax act, investing in these bonds help you save LTCG tax of 20 percent applicable on the gains you made.
Reserve Bank Deputy Governor HR Khan today indicated there was no move at present to give SLR status to corporate bonds.