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The population of ultra-rich is growing globally, with new economic powerhouses creating a lot of the new wealth.
The demand for gold in India declined by 12 per cent to 864 tonnes in 2012 from 986 tonnes in 2011.
A look at recent rulings which can affect you -
72,889 complaints from bank customers were received in 2011-12 by the 15 Banking Ombudsman offices of the central bank across the country.
Investors entering the equities market this financial year can get tax deductions under the Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS).
If you invest in mutual funds, get ready to disclose your annual income or net worth among other details in the new know-yourcustomer (KYC) form.
Your old cheques will remain valid till March 2013 as banks have failed to implement a new system proposed by the central bank.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is making it mandatory for advisers to keep a record of all 'investment advice provided, whether written or oral'.
The Forward Markets Commission has issued guidelines for regulation of algorithmic trading in the commodity futures market.
A look at recent rulings in the personal finance space which can affect you -
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has asked banks to issue only online debit cards that require you to type in your secret code for each transaction.
- USTR places India on 'Priority Watch List' for IP rights violations
- Indian Chamber of Commerce urges US to review GSP withdrawal, Iran oil waiver revocation
- MCX Q4 profit jumps 78.47% to Rs 60.95 crore on higher income
- Biocon Q4 profit surges 64% to Rs 213.7 cr, board approves 1:1 bonus issue
- GERC cuts power tariff for residential consumers and farmers