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BusinessToday.In
June 11, 2021
ED says accused Chinese nationals had laundered proceeds of crime worth around Rs 57 crore by converting INR deposits into cryptocurrency USDT and then transferring the same to Binance accounts


Manoj Sharma
June 11, 2021
As per ED, users of WazirX received cryptocurrency worth Rs 880 crore via its pool account from Binance accounts and transferred out cryptocurrency worth Rs 1,400 crore to Binance accounts during its probe


BusinessToday.In
June 10, 2021
The types of debt securities to be issued include non-convertible debentures, bonds, medium-term note (MTN), among others, the bank said


BusinessToday.In
June 10, 2021
YES Bank share rose 2.67% to Rs 14.59 against previous close of Rs 14.21 on BSE


Reuters
June 9, 2021
US-based Kraken, Hong Kong-based Bitfinex and rival KuCoin are actively scouting the market, which analysts say would only get bigger if it was given a free rein


BusinessToday.In
June 7, 2021
Share of YES Bank climbed up to 10.63% at Rs 15.19 against previous close of Rs 13.73 on BSE


PTI
June 4, 2021
Mutual funds can make overseas investments subject to a maximum of $1 billion per mutual fund, within the overall industry limit of $7 billion, Sebi said


Anand Adhikari
June 3, 2021
Covid has created disruption in the semi-urban and rural areas, which were untouched in the first wave. The global commodity prices are also on an upswing


BusinessToday.In
June 3, 2021
Stocks to watch out for today: RIL, Ruchi Soya, PVR, Zee Entertainment, Wipro, Panacea Biotec, MTAR Technologies and more


PTI
June 2, 2021
Seeking to scrutinise the COVID vaccination policy in detail, the top court also asked the Centre to provide information including as to how Rs 35,000 crore, earmarked for vaccines, has been spent so far, and to place on record all relevant documents and file notings reflecting its thinking culminating in the policy


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, May 31, 2021
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been quite supportive post-Covid as it pumped in over Rs 15 lakh crore of liquidity, which was 8 per cent of the GDP. Undoubtedly, the surplus liquidity has helped the corporate sector and banks as they got low-cost funds and also enjoyed the benefits of moratoriums and loan restructuring. The low-interest rates also supported the government in raising huge market borrowings at the lowest cost in the last two decades. But these liquidity operations do entail some costs to the RBI. What surprised many the Rs 1 lakh crore dividend paid by the RBI to the government out of its surpluses in 2020-21. The financial year was of only nine months (July-March) as the central bank changed its accounting year from July-June to April-March. The RBI's annual account shows a net interest outgo of Rs 17,000 crore in liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) operations which include repo, reverse repo, and open market operations. The liquidity in the system also increased by way of RBI's foreign exchange buying operations. Today, the foreign exchange reserves cover the country's 18 months of imports, which is very high. These reserves are low-yielding. In a pandemic year, the RBI has also decided to keep the contingency risk buffer at a lower level of 5.5 per cent of its balance sheet against a higher band of 6.5 per cent. There are experts who suggest that RBI doesn't need a strong balance sheet as government banking exists if there is a crisis. But the bigger question is of central bank independence and the public trusts in the institution.Also Read: Deadline for filing monthly GST sales returns extended to June 26


Aseem Thapliyal
May 28, 2021
Reliance Industries took Nifty to record high after the index heavyweight ended 5.90% or Rs 116.70 higher at Rs 2,094.90 on BSE


PB Jayakumar
May 28, 2021
COVAX has delivered over 70 million doses to 126 countries around the world since February, in the largest and most complex rollout of vaccines in history


PTI
May 28, 2021
The government is privatising BPCL and is selling its entire 52.98 per cent stake in the company


BS Srinivasalu Reddy
New Delhi, May 26, 2021
As FPIs turn cautious about the Indian market, Retail investors are stepping in. What's the road ahead like?


BusinessToday.In
May 23, 2021
Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) withdrew Rs 6,370 crore from equities but infused Rs 1,926 crore in the debt segment between May 1-21, as per depositories data


PTI
May 21, 2021
The decision has been taken in consultation with the Reserve Bank of India, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said in a circular


PTI
May 20, 2021
PayPal has contended that only a bank or an authorised dealer of foreign exchange will be a reporting entity and it only a facilitator of financial transactions between registered banks


Anand Adhikari
May 18, 2021
The BFSI industry faced with restructuring and asset quality issues is insisting that they need time as they are preoccupied with other business issues due to COVID-19 outbreak


BusinessToday.In
May 16, 2021
Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) pulled out Rs 6,427 crore from equities and Rs 25 crore from the debt segment between May 1-14, according to depositories data


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