So our great regulator is trying to regulate the debt fund. First of all the regulator having to do so much of micro management is a clear indicator that the class is unruly. Imagine how many times in a year does the Principal of the school had to come to your class to read you…
Some foreign investors in India's National Stock Exchange (NSE), which the market regulator has slapped with a steep fine and a six-month ban from public fundraising, are urging the bourse not to challenge the penalty and instead focus on doing a long-awaited initial public offering.
National Stock Exchange (NSE) has cleared its biggest hurdle to an initial public offering planned since 2016 with the imposition of a fine this week by SEBI for allowing preferential access to some high-frequency traders.
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