Daily Archives: Friday March 1st, 2019

These shares gave returns of more than 25 times


Mumbai-Bazar is going through a time of ups and downs, but if you invest in the right company by doing the right research then you can get a good return. In the past few days there are such stocks which have given returns to investors more than 25 times.
Talking about the last 5 years, there are some stocks in the stock market, who have made an investment in the market. Those who have invested only Rs 10,000, their money increased to more than Rs 2.5 lakh. In the 5 years, the highest returns on the BSE 500 include Minda Industries, KEI Industries, Bajaj Finance, Phillip Corbons and Caplin Points.
Talking about Minda Industries, its share price was on February 26, 2014 at 12 rupees, which has now reached 322 rupees. That is, the returns were more than 25 times. Bajaj Finance’s shares also gave returns of more than 26 times in the same way. Its share price was Rs 155 on February 26, 2014, which has now become Rs 2,653. Speaking of KEI Industries, its share price has increased from Rs. 12 to Rs. 325. That is, this stock has given more than 25 times the returns.
Similarly, the share price of Kaplin Point was at 28 rupees on February 26, 2014, which has now gone up 13 times to Rs 393. That is, someone would have invested 10 thousand rupees at that time, so today the money has increased to 1.5 lakh rupees. Phillip Carbon’s stock has given 15.67 times the return and the price of this stock has increased from 9 rupees to 157 rupees in the same period.

Mutual funds will be able to invest in commodity derivatives

stock trading education

Broker fees reduction
The Bombay Stock Exchange regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) made several important decisions to attract more investors in the Indian stock market. Sebi’s Board Meeting reduced the fees for brokers, stock exchanges and interested companies for listing. Along with this, the rules of listing in the stock market in the startups were also made easy.
SEBI has approved investment in mutual funds and portfolio management services (PMS) in commodity derivatives. Along with this, amendments to the rules related to Infrastructure Investment Trust (Invest) and (REIT) were also approved. Sebi extended the leverage limit for invitories to 70 percent, which was earlier 49 percent.
Along with this, the rules have been simplified by giving an exemption from the inevitability of bringing an open offer to the companies going through the process of debt restructuring in select cases. After the meeting, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley addressed the board members and top officials.

Closed with market edge


The Mumbai-March series has started with good pace. With good news, today’s market remained a mood for shopping. At the end of the turnover, BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at a level of 3606.81, with an increase of 196.37 points, or 0.55 percent. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed 71 points, or 0.66 per cent, at 10,863.50 level.
All Sector Indices of BSE have got an edge over. Out of the 50 Nifty stocks in the trading, 39 were bought in shares. On the other hand, 26 out of 30 Sensex stocks have seen purchases. 11 of the 12 bank Nifty stocks have been able to close with the rise.
With the approval of the Cabinet for the National Mineral Policy, the metal and mining shares ran, while the sugar mills increased the sweetness of sugar shares with the decision of cheap loans. Also, the Fame-2 policy has given a sense of enthusiasm in Auto and Auto Ancillary shares.

In the mid-caps and smallcap shares, along with legendary shares, they also saw good shopping. BSE’s mid-cap index closed at around 14505 with a rise of 1.3 percent. BSE’s Smallcap index closed at a high of 13,980 with a strong 2.1 per cent growth. Oil and gas shares have also seen strong growth today. BSE’s oil and gas index has been able to close with a one-percent surge.

Bank stocks also took part in the shopping mall in the roundabout, which led to the close of the bank nifty by 0.95 per cent to close at 27050. Today’s turnover has seen the highest growth in metal, PSU bank, pharma, IT, auto and FMCG stocks. Nifty’s metal index closed at 1.8 per cent, PSU Bank Index was up 2.6 per cent, Pharma Index was 1 per cent, IT index 0.75 per cent, FMG 0.69 per cent and Auto index 0.70 per cent.

Ravneet Gill handled YES Bank’s CEO


Mumbai- Ravneet Singh Gill has taken over as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of YES Bank. The bank gave this information to the stock exchange on Friday. He has been appointed for three years.Gil has replaced Rana Kapoor.
Yes Bank said in regulatory filing, “Ravneet Gill has assumed the post of MD and CEO as YES Bank today and his appointment has been given by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for three years. From 28 February to 2022 this post will be held.
Gill’s appointment will also require approval of the share holders, on which the decision will be taken in the next Annual General Meeting of the bank, which will be held in June 2019. Private sector bank said that Gill is not concerned with any of the bank’s directors. He has confirmed that he has not been deprived of taking over the position in the bank towards the Indian Securities and Exchange Board (SEBI) or any other authority.
The bank further said that Ajay Kumar, who had been made the interim MD and CEO of the bank, had finished his service on February 28, 2019 after the end of banking operations. Bank further said that non-executive non-independent directors will remain on Kumar Bank Board.