Instruments Code Dividend in instrument currency (value per Instrument for Long positions) Dividend in instrument currency (value per Instrument for Short positions) Date Time (GMT) Index US 30 Cash/Futures 9.8320 -11.5670 02/12/2021 20:59 US SPX 500 Cash/Futures 0.1836 -0.2160 02/12/2021 20:59 Instruments Code Dividend in instrument currency (value per...
“The Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme 2021-22 – Series VIII, which is open for subscription till December 3, 2021, is also available through RBI Retail Direct Portal at https://rbiretaildirect.org.in,” the central bank said on Thursday.
Under this agreement FINCHAIN, an emerging fintech company engaged in anchor led supply chain and invoice backed financing programs, will now make available bill discounting and trade-financing options to buyers/sellers on various NeML online spot delivery-based platforms.
The Bharat Bond ETF, which exclusively invests in the debt of public sector undertakings, has an underlying index consisting of AAA-rated companies with an indicative yield of 6.87 per cent and a modified duration of 6.74 years.
In December 2019, NSE Indices launched the first two indices in the Bharat Bond Index series with maturities in April 2023 and April 2030, and in July 2020, further two indices with maturities in April 2025 and April 2031 were launched.
Gold futures on MCX were down 0.20 per cent or Rs 97 at Rs 47,775 per 10 grams. Silver futures inched lower 0.11 per cent or Rs 68 at Rs 61,239 per kg.
Oil prices rose on Thursday, reversing the previous day’s losses, on expectations OPEC+ may pause supply additions amid growing concern the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant could weigh on the global economy and fuel demand.
Gold prices eased on Thursday hurt by a firmer dollar, as investors assessed how central banks are likely to respond to surging inflation and concerns over economic growth spurred by the new Omicron coronavirus variant. Spot gold XAU= fell 0.1% to $1,780.36 per ounce by 0050 GMT. U.S. gold...
Bulls believe the consumer is strong, but early tightening from the Federal Reserve could throw cold water on the markets.
In a break-up, the companies raised as much as USD 1.32 billion by way of external commercial borrowings (ECBs) from the automatic route.