Category: Business /Finance/Economy

How corporate raises funds from the Market?

When any company needs fund, it raises it through the issuance of shares, debentures, by public placement, bonds etc. Share :- When any company issue its share first time in the market for the public ,it is said to be…

Corporate Governance

Definition of corporate governance:-The Manner in which a Corporation is run for, Achieving its Objectives, Transparency of its Operations, Accountability & Reporting and for Good Corporate Citizenship.  Corporate Governance is required for the: Rights of Shareholders Equitable treatment of shareholders…

Money Laundering

Money Laundering is the process of concealing the sources of illegally earned money and the person who does this is called money launderer. People used it to convert, Black money into white by violating different acts. Banks, financial institutions and…

Real Estate Sector in India

Indian Real estate sector is on the boom. As India is a developing country, development of infrastructure is the first priority for the Government to attract more and more foreign companies for investment,on other hand, higher income or higher middle class…

Current Position of World’s Manufacturing Sector

  Worlds manufacturing sector dips down because of lower demand from the market and poor economic condition of countries. Manufacturing of euro zone fell to a 37 month low of 44 from 45.1 in June. Position of manufacturing sector is…

Central Banks, Stock Exchanges, and Credit Rating Agencies

Central bank of different countries: Central Banks play very important role in the development of economy. Main roles of central banks are making monetary policy for the country, lending the government, setting the key rates for the banking sector and…

Monetary Policy of RBI

As India is suffering from stagflation, a situation of the economy when the rate of inflation is greater that the growth rate. So, the central bank of the country i.e. Reserve Bank of India governer Duvvuri Subbarao left interest rate…

Derivatives and Its Use

Section 2(ac) of Securities Contract Regulation Act (SCRA) 1956 defines Derivative as “a contract which derives its value from the prices, or index of prices, of underlying securities” The underlying asset may assume many forms: • Commodities including grain, coffee…

Joint Venture: a less risky way to enter into a new market.

When any company wants to enter into a new market (country) for the expansion of its business, at that time, management of that company do not know much more about that particular market. Before entering into the new market, Company…

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) defines the responsibility of the corporate for the society. Corporate must have to give a small portion of profit for the welfare of the society. Now you can ask a question that why should corporate give…