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New Delhi, September 20, 2015
According to it, the positive impact of lower commodity prices are likely to be offset by a slowing export volumes due to weak global demand and the continued gradual recovery in the economy.

Mumbai, August 9, 2015
This comes on top of a net inflow of Rs 5,323 crore in equities and debt witnessed during the last month.

New Delhi, August 2, 2015
According to market analysts, rout of Chinese equities and crisis in Greece has helped the Indian stock markets.

New Delhi, June 28, 2015
They have pulled out money mainly on account of better returns from Asian peers and uncertainty over Greek debt crisis.

New Delhi, June 22, 2015
Foreign investors have pulled out money mainly on account of better returns from Asian peers, concerns over a slow revival in corporate earnings and continued worries over taxation issues.

New Delhi, June 14, 2015
The net outflow by Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) from equities stood at Rs 1,310 crore during June 1-12, while the same for the debt markets was at Rs 3,431 crore taking the total to Rs 4,741 crore, shows latest data from depositories.

Sidharrth Shankar
June 12, 2015
If one compares FDI Policy 2015 with the FDI Policy 2014, one can clearly observe that the mantra for the year has been 'liberalisation', be it the railways; or the pension sector; or the insurance sector.

Ann Saphir and Michael Flaherty
San Francisco/Washington, March 28, 2015
A downturn in core inflation or wage growth in US could force the Federal Reserve to delay the increase to borrowing costs, US Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Friday.

Washington, March 19, 2015
The Fed's announcement moved the central bank to the verge of ending a period of more than six years in which it has held short-term interest rates near zero.

Aviral Gupta
March 18, 2015
With global rating agencies approving the reforms agenda of the government, the rupee will most likely outperform its peers when the Fed eventually hikes rates.

Mumbai, April 30, 2014
Market regulator Sebi has said one FPI can hold a maximum of 10 per cent of a company's equity shares, while existing overseas investor classes such as FIIs, sub-accounts and qualified foreign investors (QFIs) need to convert to the new FPI regime eventually.

New Delhi, March 31, 2014
Foreign portfolio investor has been created as a new class for all kinds of overseas entities investing in domestic capital markets and they would subsume existing categories like FIIs and their sub-accounts.

Mumbai, March 28, 2014
The market regulator had approved the new rules last year aimed at streamlining the registration process for foreign investors.

Mumbai, December 31, 2013
From large corporates such as Sahara to unknown individuals perpetrating SMS investment scams, it was an year marked by lot many penal actions and even more policy measures by Sebi to safeguard the investors interest.

New Delhi, September 12, 2013
Market regulator Sebi will soon notify new rules to make it easier for foreign entities to invest in Indian markets following finalisation of the necessary regulatory changes by the government for a major overhaul of the existing regulations for overseas investments.

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