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Rupee One (Rs 1) Note Into Circulation - RBI

After 20 Years, RBI to Put Rs 1 Note Into Circulation

One rupee notes are all set to come back into circulation as the government has decided to restart printing the currency after more than two decades. 393 more words


Relaxations in FDI policy

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Radical Changes in FDI Regime in Construction Development Sector

Following changes have been made in the FDI policy on Construction Development sector: 2,040 more words

NTH :: National Housing Bank considering penalty for switching loans in first 2 years

By Shilpy Sinha, ET Bureau | 26 Oct, 2015, 07.17AM IST | Economic Times

MUMBAI: The National Housing Bank is considering allowing lenders to levy pre-payment penalty on housing loan customers who transfer the outstanding amount to another lender in the first two years of the loan tenure, a dampener for borrowers wanting to make the most of falling interest rates. 461 more words

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Masala Bond

In order to provide additional source of funding, the RBI has allowed Indian corporates to raise funds from overseas market in rupee denominated bonds namely ‘Masala Bond’. 168 more words

‘This festive season provides lesser hope to the realty sector’: GK Shelters

With the festive season round the corner, the real estate sector is unlikely to have any increase in sales. GK Shelters, a widely known and trusted name in the realty sector points out that with the prevailing scenario, the new ventures by realty developers are unlikely to provide any scope and do brisk business. 251 more words

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Sovereign Gold Bonds are a great idea that won't work in India

On November 5, 2015, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the sovereign gold bonds. On the occasion Modi said: “India has no reason to be described as a poor country, as it has 20,000 tonnes of gold. 1,233 more words