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

Best Shortterm Investment Options

Best Shortterm Investment Options Generally talking, money market and liquid funds, savings bank accounts, and fixed deposit with bank can be viewed as 'shortterm investment methods' : Savings Bank Account ...…

Secondary Market?

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Common shares

Common shares Common shares are standard shares with no particular restrictions or rights and have the potential to provide the highest financial gain, but ordinary shares (common ...…

When Begins Investing

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