Regulatory Agencies In India And Their Functions

The following is a list of regulatory agencies operational in India and their functions:Security Market: Regulator: Securities and Exchange Board of IndiaTo protect the interests of...

What Is Repo and Reverse Repo?

Repurchase Options or Repos are a mechanism through which the Reserve Bank Of India infuses liquidity into the banking system by lending money to...

Forward Contracts – Concept And Example

Forwards are the simplest form of a derivative contract. We can define a forward contract as an agreement between two parties to exchange...

Open Market Operations of RBI – What Does It Mean

Open Market Operations or OMO refers to one of the activities undertaken by the Reserve Bank of India to control the amount of liquidity...

Difference Between Open and Close Ended Mutual Fund Schemes

A Mutual Fund is a professionally managed investment fund that pools money from various investors and invests them in a portfolio of securities in...

What Is ISIN

ISIN stands for International Securities Identification Number and is a 12 digit alpha-numeric code used to uniquely identify a tradable security (Shares, bonds, warrants etc)....

21 Legal Terms And Their Meanings

This post features a collection of 21 important legal terms and their meanings. After all its always good to know more.1. Ad hoc -...

The Concept Of Market Capitalisation

Market Capitalisation is a term which is used to define a company's worth in terms of its market valuation. It is arrived at by...

5 Facts About ULIPs

Unit Linked Insurance Plans (ULIPs) are hybrid life insurance products that seem to be growing in popularity by the day. These are market linked...

The Concept of Share Volume and Share Turnover [With Example]

Share volume and share turnover are important measures of liquidity in the stock markets. Let us attempt to understand the meaning of the two...