Markets-The Economic Times 30 March 2018

Sayaji Hotels case: Sebi fines 32 entities Rs 3.15 crore

Sebi said the promoter group (comprising 32 entities) had twice failed to make a public announcements.

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As Facebook loses luster, tech stocks await fallout

Since hitting its peak on Feb 2, Facebook has lost $100 billion in market capitalisation.

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Forex reserves hit new high, but import cover falls to 10 months

Forex reserves comprise FCAs, gold reserves, SDRs and the RBI's position with the IMF.

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ICICI Bank’s Videocon loan: Sebi probing possible disclosure, corporate governance lapses

The lender has come out in defence of Kochhar, saying it has full confidence in the MD & CEO.

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Regulation and apathy hit bitcoin market

Bitcoin now makes up only 40 per cent of the volume of cryptocurrency transactions.

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Small, midcap indices lag Sensex, fall up to 12% so far in 2018

The BSE flagship Sensex has lost 3.19 per cent to 32,968.68 so far this year.

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Gold tumbles by Rs 650 on fall in demand

Silver followed suit and lost Rs 600 at Rs 39,150 per kg due to reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers.

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NYSE in talks to acquire Chicago Stock Exchange - WSJ

NYSE may pay about $70 million for CHX, the Journal reported.

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China stocks post worst quarterly fall in two years, trade worries weigh

The smaller Shenzhen index ended up 1.29 percent and the start-up board ChiNext Composite index was higher by 3.16 percent.

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Trade conflict fears to keep markets on edge for weeks

China has warned that it could target a broad range of US businesses if Trump slapped tariffs.

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Mounting US debt and its implication on gold prices

The US debt at $21 trillion is greater than the debt of all the countres combined.

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Rising US output, Opec cuts to keep crude rangebound

Factors such as rising US output, Opec supply cut, strong demand are keeping prices rangebound.

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Fund raising via equity sets record in FY18

Money raised through initial public offerings (IPOs) also hit a record Rs 84,357 crore during 2017-18.

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Nikkei ends weak quarter on positive note as tech shares rebound

The Nikkei ended 1.4% higher at 21,454.30 points, its highest close in more than a week.

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China's yuan to post biggest quarterly rise against dollar in a decade

Starting June, MSCI will include China stocks into its emerging market benchmark.

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