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A look at recent rulings from the banking, insurance and capital markets sector that can affect you.
Though India remains the biggest consumer of gold, the demand for the precious metal declined in 2011 from 1,006.3 tonnes in 2010.
The Reserve Bank of India has asked banks to locate and refund unclaimed deposits estimated at over Rs 1,700 crore to customers or their legal heirs.
Personal Finance experts on latest trends in the sector.
A look at recent rulings from banking, stock market, commodites and insurance sectors which can affect you.
A look at recent rulings which can affect you.
Markets regulator Sebi has made it mandatory to reserve 15 per cent of the offer for retail investors with holdings up to Rs 2 lakh in the company.
No.1 The Multi Commodity Exchange is set to become the first publicly-traded exchange in India. It is also the first public share sale of 2012.
India has liberalised foreign investment in stock markets. Qualified foreign investors (QFIs) can now invest directly in Indian equities.
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