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Tag: FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS

Development of corporate bond market abroad

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced several measures to develop and deepen the corporate bond market, ending a decade-long wait for a big-ticket regulatory push that will encourage […]

Slow Growth of Corporate debt Market

Innumerable committees have opined on the reasons for the relative underdevelopment of India‚Äôs corporate bond market. However, despite several recommendations being implemented, there is still anaemic activity in existing corporate […]

Indian Debt Market

Primary market Primary market is that market where the debt instruments are issued for the first time . Which can be issued as follows – Public prospectus: invites public to […]

Capital Market: Instruments

The instruments issued in capital markets are listed below: Shares: Share is the share in the share capital of the company.Share is one of the units into which the capital […]

Capital Markets: Organizations

Government Securities Market: This is also known as the Gilt-edged market. This refers to the market for government and semi-government securities backed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Industrial […]

Capital Markets: Functions

Mobilization of Savings: Capital market is an important source for mobilizing idle savings from the economy. It mobilizes funds from people for further investments in the productive channels of an […]

Indian Money Market: An Overview

The Indian money market cannot be considered as an integrated unit. It can be broadly divided into two different parts, i.e., the unorganised and organised segments. There are lot of […]

Role of central Bank in Money Market

Role of RBI in Money Market: Firstly the central bank (RBI) could do this by setting a necessary reserve ratio, which would restrict the ability of the commercial banks to […]

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