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Mar 16, 2015
MF equity folio count up by 20 lakh during Apr-FebIndustry experts said a strong rally in equity markets and the consequent rise in investors' interest led to a sharp increase in retail folios.
Mar 03, 2015
BSE takes steps to prevent self-trades in equities from 16 MarchIn a statement, BSE said that it plans to implement functionality, self trade prevention check, in its equity segment.
Feb 10, 2015
PNB raises Rs 1,000 cr via bonds for business growthPublic sector banks require equity capital of Rs 2.4 lakh crore by 2018 to meet the global, Basel III, norms on capital adequacy.
Feb 05, 2015
HDFC Bank launches share offer in US, India to raise up to $1.6 bnHDFC Bank, India's largest lender by market value, launched a share offer in the United States and India on Wednesday to raise up to $1.6 billion.
Jan 26, 2015
RBI rate cut effect: FIIs pump Rs 21,000 cr into Indian markets in JanArray
Jan 23, 2015
Banks' asset quality to improve with economic growth: Chanda KochharThe Reserve Bank recently also warned of contagion impact for the entire banking sector in the event of one bank facing some serious problem, due to their inter-connectedness.
Jan 16, 2015
RBI surprise rate cut: ‘Let the party begin’ says the God of Mint StreetWhen an inflation-skeptic like Raghuram Rajan obliges you with an unexpected rate cut, it means he too is convinced that the tide has turned. The rate cut signals that the economy is now ready for growth
Jan 15, 2015
SpiceJet revival plan: Ownership change likely as Ajay Singh, PE funds may pump in $250 mnAjay Singh and Private Equity funds have begun discussions with markets regulator Sebi over their $250 million investment plan for SpiceJet.
Jan 13, 2015
Kamlesh Auto buys 35 lakh SpiceJet shares worth Rs 6 crIn beleaguered SpiceJet hitherto unknown Kamlesh Auto Pvt Ltd has purchased shares worth over Rs 6.3 crore through a bulk deal.
Jan 12, 2015
SpiceJet fails to submit a revival plan yet againBeleaguered airline SpiceJet has yet again failed to submit a comprehensive revival plan to the civil aviation ministry, even as its dues towards the Airports Authority of India (AAI) mounted to Rs 200 crore, sources told CNBC-TV18.