The central government has once again asked to reduce stamp duty on property registration. Housing and Urban Affairs Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra has advised the states to reduce the stamp duty on the registration of property. Mishra said that by doing this by the states, the total cost of real estate will be reduced and the sale of houses will increase. Read the big news from the world of business

Corona is nothing short of a disaster for poor countries: World Bank
Posted by: – Amit kumar Dubey
World Bank President David Malpas says the world is suffering from the deepest recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s due to the Corona epidemic. This is nothing short of a disaster for many developing and poorest countries.

11:31 PM
(36 minutes ago)
Another company’s IPO opens from October 20
Posted by: – Amit kumar Dubey

Equitas Small Finance Bank has fixed the price of each equity share at Rs 32-33 for an IPO of Rs 500 crore. Under this IPO, new shares worth Rs 280 crore will be issued. The IPO will open for subscription on 20 October and it can be subscribed till 22 October.

Equitas Small Finance Bank IPO
Equitas Small Finance Bank IPO

9:23 PM
(2 hours ago)
Center will loan to states by borrowing 1.1 lakh crores
Posted by: – Amit kumar Dubey
The issue of GST compensation was not agreed to in the October 12 meeting. Now the finance ministry said on Thursday that the central government will take a loan of Rs 1.1 lakh crore to meet the shortfall in the GST of the states.

5:09 PM
(6 hours ago)
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala now bought 4 crore shares of Tata Motors
Posted by: – Amit kumar Dubey
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has made a large investment in Tata Motors from the second quarter of the financial year 2020-21 i.e. July to September. On October 15, in a filing on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Tata Motors said that Rakesh Jhunjhunwala bought 4 crore shares of the company in the second quarter ended on September 30.

4:26 PM
(7 hours ago)
Rupee falls by 5 paise
Posted by: – deepak kumar
The rupee closed down by five paise on Thursday amid the strengthening of the US dollar and heavy selling in the domestic stock market. At the end of trading, the rupee was at 73.36 per dollar. On Wednesday, the closing price was Rs 73.31 per dollar. During trading, the exchange rate moved in the range of 73.22-73.41.

3:47 PM
(8 hours ago)
Outcry in stock market
Posted by: – deepak kumar
There was a huge decline in the Indian stock market on Thursday. At the end of the trade, the Sensex dropped 1066 points, or 2.61 percent, to settle at 39,728.41. Talking about Nifty, it closed at 11,680.35 points. The Nifty lost 290.70 points, or 2.43 per cent.

3:12 PM
(8 hours ago)
Adani Green transfers 205 MW of solar assets
Posted by: – deepak kumar
Adani Green Energy Ltd. (AGEL) has transferred 205 MW of solar assets to its joint venture business for Rs 1,632 crore. The company’s joint venture is with the French energy giant Total SA. In a communication sent to BSE, the company said that it had earlier formed a 50:50 joint venture with Total for 2,148 MW solar complexes in India.

2:19 PM
(9 hours ago)
Sensex rolls 900 points later in the afternoon
Posted by: – deepak kumar
There is a lot of ups and downs in the Indian stock market. After strengthening in the initial trade, in the afternoon trading, the Sensex fell to 900 points and it came down to 40 thousand points. At the same time, the Nifty also fell by up to 250 points and it was at the level of 11,750 points.


Dawn market

1:03 PM
(11 hours ago)
New railway rules in festive season
Posted by: – deepak kumar
According to information given by the railway, masks and social distancing are mandatory during the journey. At the same time, action will be taken only on those who wear the mask only for fashion. Apart from this, despite being declared Kovid positive, entering the railway station or similar area and boarding the train also comes under the purview of action. According to the Railway Guidelines, after the corona virus has been tested, fines can be imposed on people entering the railway station or similar area or boarding the train even before the report arrives. Despite not giving up, boarding a train and willfully spitting or urinating or defecating in a public place also comes under punishment.

11:24 AM
(12 hours earlier)
RIL gets Rs 5,550 crore for investment
Posted by: – deepak kumar
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) said on Thursday that it had received Rs 5,550 crore from global investment firm KKR for investment in its retail arm. Earlier on September 23, RIL announced that KKR would invest 1.28 per cent equity stake in its subsidiary Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd (RRVL). The company told the stock market that Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd has received Rs 5,550 crore from Elysium Asia Holdings (a unit of KKR) and has instead allocated 81,348,479 equity shares to KKR.

9:20 AM
(14 hours ago)
Beginning with the growth of the stock market
Posted by: – deepak kumar
The stock market started with a surge on the fourth trading day of the week. In early trade, the SENSEX strengthened to 50 points and crossed the level of 40, 850 points. At the same time, Nifty also gained momentum. However, the decline started in a few minutes. Nifty is at a low of 11,960 points with a slight fall.

8:37 AM
(15 hours ago)
Petrol-diesel prices stable on 13th day
Posted by: – deepak kumar
Government oil companies did not change the price of petrol and diesel for the 13th consecutive day. Petrol is stable at Rs 81.06 in Delhi and diesel at Rs 70.46 per liter on Thursday. Meanwhile, the price of crude oil has increased in the international market.

8:32 AM
(15 hours ago)
1.23 lakh crore refund to 38.11 lakh taxpayers
Posted by: – deepak kumar
The Income Tax Department has said that it issued more than Rs 1.23 lakh crore refunds to more than 38 lakh taxpayers during April 1 to October 13. According to the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), in the personal income tax case, refunds of Rs 33,442 crore were issued to 36.21 lakh taxpayers while Rs 90,032 crore was returned to 1.89 lakh taxpayers under the head of company tax.


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