Who controls the Securities Market?

The responsibility for controlling the securities-market is shared by DEA (Department of Economic Affairs), DCA (Department of Company Affairs ), RBI (Reserve Bank of India ) and Securities and SEBI (Exchange Board of India).

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Stock Market Basics For Beginners

Stock Exchanges in India

Stock Exchanges in India Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. Phone no; 022 22721234 Fax no; 22722082. Web id;  www.bseindia.com Address; Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers , ...…

Penny Shares Trading

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Why India & China Can Be Favorite Destinations For Investments Globally With Reasons

Why India & China Can Be Favorite Destinations For Investments Globally With Reasons India & China, the Asian giants are the only countries in the world to grow more than 8% per annum. China is growing at a ...…

National Stock Exchange Of India (NSE)

National Stock Exchange Of India (NSE) National Stock Exchange (NSE), found in the 1990s as a demutualised electronic exchange by Indian financial institutions.  Today, NSE is India's biggest exchange and second ...…

Initial Public Offer

Initial Public Offer Initial Public Offer. The initial sale of share by a firm for the public. The commonest reason for a firm to start an IPO is ...…

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