investigation at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) into whether high-frequency traders were getting unfair access to some network servers at the exchange SEBI to start action against entities and individuals.
The proposals to amend the ICDR (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) regulations were cleared by the Sebi board at its meeting here.
Besides Sebi, various other agencies, including the CBI, are looking into alleged lapses involving Kochhar and her family members with respect to loans extended by the lender to certain entities, including the Videocon group.
According to the regulator, the amendments are mainly aimed at simplifying the language, removing redundant provisions and inconsistencies as well as update references to Companies Act, 2013.
The watchdog has been probing the alleged lapses in high-frequency trading offered through the National Stock Exchange's co-location facility.
Gold prices, which can benefit in times of uncertainty, failed to gain so far this week, despite the ongoing trade war.
NTPC's ratings benefit from its dominant market position in India's power-generation industry and regulated business model, which provides cash flow certainty.
Other proposals on the agenda are reducing the cooling off period for former employees to one year and review of the watchdog's recruitment policy.
The risks to growth are increasingly real now, said Antonio Fatas, a Singapore-based economics professor at global business school INSEAD.
Resistance is being led by Iran, deeply wary of any move by regional rival Saudi Arabia that could push down oil prices at a time when Tehran faces renewed sanctions following US President Donald Trump's decision to quit its international nuclear deal, which is likely to impact the country's oil exports.
According to a SEBI order, Asoka had offered redeemable preference shares to 6,842 investors during the financial years 2007–08 to 2011–12 and raised approximately Rs 6.22 crore.
Two properties sold for over Rs 2 crore in the Pancard Clubs case by SEBI. Property in Panvel has been sold for Rs 68.09 lakh, the one in Mumbai has been disposed of for Rs 1.34 crore
The Sebi board, which is scheduled to meet on June 21, is expected to discuss these proposals, the official said.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) could amend the Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements (ICDR) after analysing public opinion during its board meeting scheduled for June 21.
Trump threatened on Monday to impose a 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) together with a group of non-OPEC producers that includes Russia started withholding oil supplies in 2017 to end a global glut and prop up prices.
BSE started a mock trading session for further funds offer of the "Bharat-22 exchange traded fund" which was started in November 2017.
Both bourses are locked in a tussle after Singapore Exchange (SGX), in April, announced listing of new Indian equity derivative products from June.
SEBI plans to change certain provisions in the takeover regulations. The changes are expected to be discussed at SEBI's board meeting to be held on June 21
The rupee had closed below the key 68-mark to end at 68.01 against the US currency in the previous session on Friday after the country's trade deficit widened more than expected amid renewed global trade war fears.
The details have been shared with the Income Tax Department, the Enforcement Directorate, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) and the Financial Intelligence Unit.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), in April, had put in place a framework for the depositories -- NSDL and CDSL -- to monitor the foreign investment limits in listed Indian companies.
Going forward, it expects the Sensex EPS to be Rs 1,870 for FY19 and Rs 2,241 for FY20, an increase of 36 and 20 percent, respectively.
Benchmark Brent crude oil fell by $1.07 a barrel to a low of $74.87 before recovering to $75.12, down 82 cents, by 1328 GMT. US light crude was 360 cents lower at $66.53.
According to the bulk deal data available with the BSE, the foreign investor disposed of 9.01 lakh shares, amounting to 0.53 percent stake in the drug firm.