Capital Market in India

The Capital Market deals in the long-term (for time-periods more than one year) capital Securities (Equity or Debt) offered by the private business companies and also governmental undertakings of India. All New Stocks or Bonds presented by growth-oriented business companies of diverse sectors are sold to the investors in the Primary Capital Market through Underwriting. The further trading of these capital market securities and bonds takes place in the Secondary Capital Market, commonly with the help of Stock Exchanges. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) governs and regulates the Indian capital market. The capital market of India is among the top ten biggest capital markets of the world, and provides a variety of capital market instruments. There are 25 well-organized Stock Markets in India among which the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange hold the dominant positions.

Indian Economy ranks among the top five largest economies of the world. Its booming financial and capital markets have been impressing and enticing investors and companies from every major and developed countries every year (in addition to thousands of Indian investors) by virtue of extensive investment prospects, rapid growth potential, and bumper profitability. We provide reliable and expert information and support for most lucrative and safest harvesting of these opportunities in India.

Financial Market in India

Regulated by the Reserve Bank of India, the Money Market is one of the major and vital constituents of the financial market in india. The money market is market for diverse Debt Securities and other easily liquefied financial assets, which are valid and potent for short periods of time, up to one year. The following are the main instruments of money market in india:
  • Notice or Call Money
  • Bankers Acceptance
  • Treasury Bills
  • Commercial Papers
  • Term Money
  • Certificate of Deposits

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