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All you need to know about trading!

In simple words, trading is the activity of buying and selling goods and services. However, in the world of financial market, trading is referred to trading in shares and securities. 417 more words

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Here is what you need to know about Demat Account

Are you new to the stock market? Do you want to buy and sell shares? In order to do so, it is important for you to have a demat account. 284 more words

3 June 2016 (TheAge) - Brexit warning on borrowing, shares - Get ready for fresh wave of volatility if UK leaves EU

(3 June 2016, The Age, BusinessDay, p25, Mark Mulligan, Senior markets and economy writer, View more articles from Mark Mulligan)

‘Later this month Britain will hold a referendum on its membership of the European Union, … 60 more words

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This is how the market reacted on Friday

SENSEX: closed at 25,484.57, down by -300.65 points.

NIFTY: closed at 7814 below its crucial support of… 1,099 more words


1 Apr 2016 (AFR,SMH) - Chi-X Australia set to beat ASX in trading of big American stocks

(1 April 2016, AFR, p16, Shaun Drummond)

‘Australian traders will be able to invest in big United States stocks such as Apple or The Coca-Cola Company from September on Chi-X Australia, which looks set to beat larger rival ASX to offer those trades. 62 more words

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Is ‘Robotics and Automation’ and ‘Made in China’ are biggest Threats to 'Make in India'

Ultimate objective to make India a renowned manufacturing hub for key sectors. Companies across the globe would be invited to make investment and set up factories and expand their facilities in India and use India’s highly talented and skilled manpower to create world class zero defect products. 403 more words

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19 Feb 2016 (AFR) - Childcare worker denied tax deduction for day trading

(19 February 2016, AFR, p12, by Misa Han)

‘A childcare worker who used a CommSec account to trade $600,000 of shares could not claim losses as an income tax deduction because she lacked the sophistication of a professional trader. 183 more words