The Telegraph
Monday , March 20 , 2017

Govt to spice up derivatives play

The government will soon give its approval to Sebi to allow mutual funds to not only trade in the commodities market but also permit options and hybrid derivatives. The move will integrate...   | Read..

Rich migration a trend

A study on the rich has revealed that 4,000 wealthy Indian citizens have migrated (net outflows) in 2015, ranking the country fourth in a list of nations that have...   | Read..

Centre ready with railway regulator bill

A bill for an independent railway regulatory body is likely to be placed in Parliament in the current session, freeing the railways from political interference in passenger...   | Read..

Proposal to cap airfares

A parliamentary panel has asked the government to look at capping airfares and control the "artificially created exorbitant prices in the Gulf sector".   | Read..

Third-party to vet coal quality

The office of the coal controller under the Union coal ministry is set to play a bigger role in certifying the quality of the fuel in 2017-18.   | Read..

Wealth manager makes mark in city

Avendus Capital, the KKR-backed entity that entered Calcutta a year back, expects assets under management (AUM) for its wealth management business from the city to jump to...   | Read..

Planters fail to find berth on Tea Board

The Union ministry of commerce and industry has not appointed any representatives from producers' associations on the Tea Board when it filled up posts lying vacant since...   | Read..
Govt to spice up derivatives play

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