India’s largest hedge fund sits on the sidelines when volatility spikes.
Foreign proxy firms asked public institutions to vote against Kumar Mangalam Birla’s reappointment as director at Hindalco.
The NCLT rejected the plea of a three-month moratorium to protect IL&FS and its 348 subsidiaries against any legal proceedings.
Banking sector worst hit by FPI selloff in September.
Portfolio managers saw the worst rout of the year in September.
SEBI directs NSE to appoint independent auditor for forensic audit of J Kumar Infraprojects.
IL&FS plans to raise funds from investors at less than half the valuation assigned by bankers.
DSP Mutual Fund sold DHFL’s ‘AAA’ paper at a yield demanded for debt with a higher risk.
Alternate Investment Funds, which pool in money from rich and sophisticated investors, invested about Rs 75,000 crore as of June.
All decision on the quantum of equity raising and line of credit will be taken after the Sept. 29 AGM.
IL&FS downgrade to junk puts nearly Rs 10,000 crore worth of investments at risk.
Malvinder and Shivinder Singh’s mother intervenes, asks them to settle outside court.
Foreign investors invested $256 million in August, primarily in utilities, pharmaceuticals, capital goods and textile sectors.
At least 30 eminent personalities and business leaders of India Inc. to face Deepak Parekh type test.
Delivery-based F&O transactions to attract the highest rate of STT.
SEBI rejects R Gandhi panel report for dispersed ownership in share transfer agents.
India’s aluminium industry is struggling to remain competitive.
Stock exchanges Initiate coordinated action after Jet Airways defers earnings announcement.
Mumbai Metro One and Reliance Naval and Engineering have been reporting losses for at least four years.
SEBI panel recommends seeking power for intercepting phone calls.
India’s largest stock exchange may also explore merger with Multi-Commodity Exchange Ltd.