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  • Important Glossary Related to Budget

    Fiscal deficit, Revenue receipts, revised estimates in budget and revenue budget are some important terms used in the Union budget every year. But many people don't understand the meaning of these tough words. In this article we have explained these budget terminology.

    Jan 31, 2020
  • 6 Amazing Questions on Indian Budget You Never Knew

    The term 'Budget' is not mentioned in the Indin Constitution. It is mentioned as ‘Annual financial statement’ in article 112. The Union budget is an estimate of income and expenditure of the central Government for a definite duration usually one year.  

    Jan 31, 2020
  • Union Budget of India: Definition and Types

    Union Budget: Meaning and Types: A Union budget is an estimation of revenue and expenditure of the Central government over a specified period of time and is usually one year.

    Jan 31, 2020
  • Rising Sensex & Falling Economy: Know the Factors Responsible for Accelerating Stock Market Rates

    With economy dipping to lowest numbers and the stocks reaching new heights, there is a dilemma about the actual state of the economy. Know why the Stock market is experiencing a sharp rise and what factors determine such changes. 

    Jan 9, 2020
  • What is the Sector-wise contribution of GDP in India?

    The services sector is the largest sector in India. The services sector accounts for 53.66% of total India's GVA of Rs. 137.51 lakh crore. The industrial sector is at the second spot and contributing around 31% of the Indian GDP. The agriculture sector is at the third spot and contributing around 16% of the Indian GDP.

    Jan 3, 2020
  • How to link your Aadhar Card with PAN Card?

    How to link Aadhar with PAN: The income tax department has extended the last date to link Aadhar card with PAN card to 31st December 2019. Read this article to know step by step detail to link your Aadhar with PAN.

    Dec 16, 2019
  • New Economic Policy of 1991: Objectives, Features and Impacts

    New Economic Policy of India was launched in the year 1991 under the leadership of P. V. Narasimha Rao. This policy opened the door of the India Economy for the global exposure for the first time. In this New Economic Policy P. V. Narasimha Rao government reduced the import duties, opened reserved sector for the private players, devalued the Indian currency to increase the export. This is also known as the LPG Model of growth.

    Oct 14, 2019
  • The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC): Composition and Objectives

     Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) constituted by the Central Government as per the Section 45ZB of the amended RBI Act, 1934. The first meeting of the MPC was held on October 3 and 4, 2016. This committee decides various policy rates like Repo rate, Reverse repo rate, MSF and Liquidity Adjustment Facility etc.  On 4th October, 2019 the RBI Monetary Policy committee has cut the repo rate by 25 bps to 5.15%. Now the repo rate stands at 5.15%, the lowest since March 2010.

    Oct 4, 2019
  • What is RBI's Monetary Policy: Objectives & Instruments

    The monetary policy refers to a regulatory policy whereby the central bank maintains its control over the supply of money to achieve the general economic goals. Main instruments of the monetary policy are: Cash Reserve Ratio, Statutory Liquidity Ratio, Bank Rate, Repo Rate, Reverse Repo Rate, and Open Market Operations.

    Oct 4, 2019
  • What is the Sensex and how is it calculated?

    The term 'Sensex' was given by stock market analyst Deepak Mohoni and it is made from combination of two words Sensitive and Index. The Sensex measures the stock prices of 30 listed companies of the Bombay Stock Exchange. The main reason behind fluctuation in the Sensex is the up and down in the share price  of top 30 companies.

    Sep 23, 2019
  • G-7 and G-20 Organisations: Functions and Members

    G-7 refers to the group of 7 highly industrialized nations—France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Japan, the United States and Canada. These countries hold an annual meeting to foster consensus on global issues like economic growth and crisis management, global security, energy, and terrorism.

    Aug 26, 2019
  • SEBI: Powers and Functions to regulate Security Market in India

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India is the regulatory body which deals in matters related to the development and regulation of securities market in India. It was established on 12th of April in 1988 but it got statutory status in 1992. Ajay Tyagi is the Chairperson of SEBI.

    Aug 22, 2019
  • What are the new relaxed norms of SEBI for Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs)?

    On 21 August, 2019; SEBI introduced an ‘informant mechanism’ to gather solid evidence and crack down on insider-trading and clarified on the debt-to-equity ratio that companies need to maintain to be eligible for buybacks.

    Aug 22, 2019
  • What are the new relaxed norms of SEBI for Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs)?

    On 21 August, 2019; SEBI introduced an ‘informant mechanism’ to gather solid evidence and crack down on insider-trading and clarified on the debt-to-equity ratio that companies need to maintain to be eligible for buybacks.

    Aug 22, 2019
  • What is FIPB and why is it replaced by the Foreign Investment Facilitation Portal (FIFP)

    The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) is being replaced by the Foreign Investment Facilitation Portal (FIFP) to speed up the FDI inflow and to increase the transparency in the FDI approvals in the country. FIFP replaced FIPB in May, 2017.

    Aug 22, 2019

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