Market regulator Sebi today allowed stock exchanges to introduce cash settled interest rate futures (IRFs) on 10-year government bonds, which has been a long pending demand of market participants.
Former Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) whole time member KM Abraham has moved an application of impleadment in the Supreme Court seeking to become a party in the writ petition challenging the appointment of Sebi chairman UK Sinha.
New Delhi is India's most expensive city for expatriates but ranks in the 228th place in the global list, according to the findings of the latest 'Cost of Living' survey by ECA International.
The exit polls predicting a BJP win in four out of the five states that went to vote recently came as a shot in the arm for Indian shares and the rupee on Thursday.
These companies have not fulfilled the BSE requirements for continuous listing till the quarter ended June 2013, the exchange said in a circular.
The Labour Ministry has relaxed investment norms for retirement fund manager EPFO, but refrained from allowing the body to invest a part of its huge corpus of around Rs 5 lakh crore in equity markets.
The follow-on public offering (FPO) for power utility Power Grid Corporation, which closed today for institutional investors, has been subscribed nearly five times, sparking hopes of revival in the primary market.
Accelya Kale Solutions Ltd, a part of the Accelya Group today said it has launched Revera Next, an enhanced version of its revenue accounting solution - Revera.
Net direct tax collection in April-November 2013-14 increased by 14.60% to Rs 3,10,317 crore, compared with Rs 2, 70,771 crore in the corresponding months of the previous year.
State-owned Indian Bank today introduced a special health card for its customers in the city on a pilot-basis, in collaboration with Apollo Hospitals Group.
Though Jindal Steel and Power Ltd may be the only steel company that has marginally raised its product prices for December, the company does not see its decision affecting its sales.
Aimed at automating the process of mineral concessions, Mines Ministry has invited proposals from software developers for design, development, maintenance and operations of Mining Tenement System (MTS).
Twenty two years after the liberalisation policy adopted by India, the sugar sector is one of the last ones to have been freed of government shackles.
The phone has an interactive user interface along with access to applications and content in 10 Indian languages, the company said in a statement.
For the first time in more than a decade, diesel demand has declined this fiscal as monthly price hikes and increased power generation clipped consumption, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) Chairman R S Butola said today.
Asus India, the Indian arm of Taiwanese personal computer vendor and motherboards maker, plans to open 15 more exclusive stores across the country by the end of this fiscal.
Hyundai Motors India Ltd today said it has sold 33,000 units of its compact car Grand within 90 days of its launch.
Country's largest bank SBI today cautiously welcomed the proposed steps by RBI for banks regarded as too big to fail.
ABB India, the Indian arm of Swiss power equipment major ABB, has settled a case related to alleged non-compliance of takeover norms with market regulator Sebi after payment of Rs 3.69 lakh as consent settlement charges.
Lakshmi NarayanNasdaq-listed IT services company Cognizant on Thursday said that growth is back in the sector, and deriving confidence from the same the company expects it would meet its annual revenue guidance for the full year.