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06:52 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Expect Committee On UMPP To Submit Final Report By FY-end
06:51 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Will Make Sure Planned 5 UMPPs Get Timely Approvals
06:51 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: All New UMPPs Will Get Handholding From The Govt
06:50 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Have Plans For UMPPs In Bihar & Jharkhand
06:50 pm : Flashes: Coal & Power Ministe: Will See Gradual Phase-out Of Exemptions
06:46 pm : Flashes: PM Said Any Positive Suggestion On Land Acqn Will Be Acted Upon
06:46 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Road Projects Can Be Jump-started Immediately With EPC
06:45 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Looking At Differential Voting Rights For PSU Bank Boards
06:45 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Looking At Innovative Instruments For Reinvigorating PSU Bank Boards
06:44 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Bank Bureau Will Be An Autonomous Body & Select Bank Chiefs
06:43 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Trying To Pass Constitutional Amendment To GST In This Session
06:43 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance: Can See Movement In Many Stalled Projects
06:42 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance:Govt Infra Investments Will Improve Rail Network
06:41 pm : Flashes: MoS Finance:Will Start Allocating Gross Budgetary Support Of Rs 70,000 Cr Immediately
06:40 pm : Flashes: Rs 70,000 Cr Divestment Target For FY16 Is Ambitious: :Divestment Secy
02:27 pm : Interpretations: 10% TDS introduced for PF withdrawal before 5 years
02:14 pm : Interpretations: Buyback tax up from 22.66% to 23.07% for unlisted companies
02:11 pm : Interpretations: Specific mutual fund service tax exemption withdrawn

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bsb4580 | 35 sec

Global Players in EMM Industry Top Financial Technology Companies use Math and Machine (Similar to STAMPEDE) • (1) GETCO - The Global Electronic Trading Company (GETCO), or Getco LLC, was an American proprietary algorithmic trading and electronic market making firm based in Chicago, Illinois. GETCO is one of the examples of an electronic market maker that buys and sells securities to provide two-sided markets on exchanges around the world. In a 2009 profile by the Wall Street Journal the firm was identified as one of the largest market makers in the US stock market. GETCO also serves as one of the six Designated Market Makers (DMMs) on the NYSE. Electronic market-makers use technology to create efficiencies and reduce trading costs for investors. Electronic marketmakers are also responsible for maintaining the liquidity and orderly price transitions. • (2) Virtu Financial - The high-frequency trader who had just 1 day of trading losses in 1,238 days, filed for IPO High-frequency trading firm Virtu Financial Inc. reported another year without a single day of losses, extending a near-perfect streak stretching back to 2009 that contrasts with dwindling profits at competitors. Virtu used to make money every day in 2014, generating revenue of $723 million and net income of $190 million, according to financial statements filed with regulators Friday. The 148-employee company, which is used to computerized strategies to buy and sell everything from stocks to currencies, has had only one losing day in its six years of operation. •

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(3) CITADEL Securities - CITADEL Tactical Trading, computerized trading fund gained 26.4% in 2014, including a 2.3% gain in December, according to the data. The fund has annual returns of 26% since the beginning of 2008, a few months after it launched, according to Bloomberg News. • (4) Renaissance Technologies - is an American hedge fund management company that operates three funds. It operates in East Setauket, Long island, New York, near Stony Brook University with administrative functions handled in Manhattan. Renaissance Technology was ranked as no.4 of the best IT department in financial services. The Medallion Fund has its own internal trading desk, staffed by approximately 20 traders and trades from Monday opening bell in Australia through Friday closing bell in the US. Renaissance Technologies Medallion Funds, which trades in the markets around the world, have employed mathematical models to analyze and execute trades, many automated. Renaissance uses computer based models to predict price changes in easily-traded financial instruments. These models are based on analyzing as much data as can be gathered, then looking for non-random movements to make predictions. Renaissance employs many specialists with non-financial backgrounds, including mathematicians, Physicists, Signal Processing experts and Statisticians. (5) Margins and trade frequency are also far from the norm. Anecdotal evidence indicates Medallion’s trading volume is “Several Percent” of NASDAQ’s annual $10 trillion total, implying something like a half trillion and a recent year’s profit before fees was 80% on its $5 billion in assets, or about $4 billion. Dividing profit by volume shows a tiny trading margin of the order of three quarters of one percent. Dividing volume by its $1 billion or so portfolio shows annual turnover of 400 times, or about 2 times a day

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Barclays, Swiss Finance Corp offload troubled firm’s shares; stock down 83% in a month Mumbai, September 3: There was no respite for the Amtek Auto stock on the bourses on Thursday. Selling by foreign portfolio investors Barclays (12.16 lakh shares) and Swiss Finance Corp (27.39 lakh shares) knocked almost another 35 per cent off the stock price. No circuit filter As the stock is trading in the derivative segment, the stock does not attract circuit filter. That means the stock could fall or rise beyond 20 per cent. From ₹176.1 to ₹30.1 The Amtek Auto scrip had traded at an intra-day high of ₹176.1 on the BSE on August 3, closing that day at ₹170.95. A month later it recorded an intra-day low of ₹30.1 — down 83 per cent. It closed the day at ₹31.55 apiece. Amtek Auto has seen a downward spiral ever since rating agency CARE suspended ratings on the company on August 7. Weak numbers add fuel As if this was not enough, the company announced losses to the tune of ₹157.6 crore for the first quarter of the current financial year. Interestingly, the announcement was made after market hours on August 14. The company had recorded a net profit of ₹86 crore for the first quarter of the previous year. The moment markets opened for trading on August 17 the stock lost another 11 per cent. This time it was said to be the market’s reaction to Amtek Auto’s weak numbers and fears surrounding the company’s ability to service debt. When the NSE excluded it from the F&O segment on August 19, effective November 2015, the scrip tanked 39 per cent (as on date F&O contracts in the scrip are available only until October). On August 21, the scrip recovered a tad on news of a promoter infusing funds worth ₹75 crore. However, a rating revision of its NCDs by Brickwork India was announced on August 27 (to ‘C’ from A ) and the scrip hasn’t recovered from the shock since then. Arun Kejriwal, Founder, KRIS Research, said “First it was excl

chilax | 13 min 39 sec

What’s in it for the investor? Since the liquidity issue at Amtek Auto came to the fore, investors have been queuing up to redeem their holdings in the two debt schemes of JP Morgan — Short Term Income Fund and India Treasury Fund — that have exposure of around Rs 200 crore in the auto ancillary company. While this resulted into a decline in net asset values (NAVs) of the two schemes as a result of the mark-to-market losses, JP Morgan AMC put a cap on redemption at 1 per cent of the total number of units outstanding on any day. Investment experts, though, have been critical of such a step of the fund house, they suggested that the investors should not liquidate their holdings from the scheme in a hurry as that will put pressure on the scheme’s returns. “Unless these are the only schemes that an investor has invested in and he is in need of the money, he should not rush to redeem his holdings in these schemes. If one needs the money one can redeem other holdings that are doing well,” said Surya Bhatia, a Delhi-based certified financial planner.This is also a lesson for the investors that debt investments in mutual funds too carry risk and they need to be aware of the risks while investing. The three main risks that they carry are — credit risk where the bond issuer fails to make timely interest payments and repay the principal amount on maturity; liquidity risk where the fund manager is not able to sell his paper due to lack of demand for a particular security and; interest rate risk where a change in interest rate changes the price of the bond. - See more at:

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Leather Products

14:33 pm

Govt reduces excise duty on leather footwear to 6%

Bata India 1035.35 6.20
Relaxo Footwear 496.90 -13.15
Mirza Intl 98.85 -9.35
Bhartiya Inter 476.85 -11.15



14:31 pm

Excise duty on cigarettes increased by 25% for sub-65 mm cigarettes

ITC 319.55 -0.45
Godfrey Phillip 570.05 -6.45
VST 1475.95 6.80
Kothari Product 213.00 -3.35


Transport & Logistics

14:01 pm

Service tax hike of 2.4% for non-economy class air travel

Container Corp 1357.30 -39.00
Allcargo 289.95 -7.05
VRL Logistics 388.05 -16.30
Jet Airways 312.20 -13.65


Computers - Software

13:57 pm

Fee for technical services rate reduced from 25% to 10%

TCS 2574.45 -31.15
Infosys 1073.95 -25.40
Wipro 554.10 -13.05
HCL Tech 940.30 -20.70


Telecommunications - Service

13:56 pm

Govt reduces royalty rates

Bharti Airtel 350.00 3.25
Idea Cellular 149.10 -0.30
Reliance Comm 58.55 -1.10
Tata Comm 472.00 -8.70


Media & Entertainment

13:54 pm

Entertainment sector removed from service tax negative list

Zee Entertain 360.40 -7.55
Sun TV Network 361.50 -11.10
Dish TV India 102.05 -3.80
DB Corp 308.15 -1.90


Auto - LCVs & HCVs

13:47 pm

Import duty on vehicles with capacity more than 10 seats increased to 40% from 10%

Tata Motors 321.10 -12.45
Eicher Motors 19580.40 -533.45
Ashok Leyland 85.00 -2.65
Force Motors 207.55 -10.90


Steel - Large

13:46 pm

Customs duty on bituminous coal reduced to 10% from 55%

JSW Steel 903.45 -26.55
Tata Steel 218.90 -10.85
SAIL 47.20 -1.60
Essar Steel 51.80 -5.30


Consumer Goods - Electronic

13:44 pm

Customs duty on LED, LCD panels made nil

Videocon Ind 141.75 0.15
Videocon Intl 84.25 -1.25
Mirc Electronic 13.15 -0.25
PG Electroplast 119.65 6.10


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