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According to data released by Sebi, initial public offers and rights issues raked in a whopping Rs 19,109.7 crore in October - a four-fold jump from September.

 
 
Parliament could function barely for a few hours during the 23 sittings which began on November 9, as the united Opposition forced adjournments everyday.
Satisfied over IIP numbers, Pranab Mukherjee said the trend is encouraging, as all the three sectors - industry, agriculture and services - are evenly growing.
Dealers said weak sentiments at the stock market on capital outflows by funds kept the pressure on the Indian currency. It had ended 13 paise lower in Thursday's session.
The upward trend in food prices - 8.69 per cent for the week ended November 27 from the previous 8.6 per cent - also broke the fall of seven-consecutive weeks.
Commerce Secretary Rahul Khullar, while declaring the figures for November, said India is likely to end 2010-11 with a 'manageable' trade gap of $120 billion.
 
 
The panel would be finalising its report based on the feedback in response to a discussion paper issued by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion.
Forex dealers said dollar gains against other major currencies and demand from importers put pressure on the rupee. A better opening in the market capped its losses.
The surge in capital flows, according to the Mid-Year Analysis prepared by the Finance Ministry, is fueling stock markets and putting pressure on rupee.
Back in double-digit growth after two months, the industrial output rose on the back of healthy performance of automobile, electronic goods and power sectors.
Rupee had ended 44 paise lower at 45.08/09 against the US dollar in the previous session, following weakness in domestic equity market amid fresh dollar demand.
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