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Saturday, 18 November 2017

Week end Watch of Stock: Stocks build on Moody's India upgrade

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Indian Stock markets cheered wit Moody’s upgraded India’s rating from Baa3 to Baa2 and changed the outlook from the positive to stable. In the weekend, the BSE Sensex closed at 33,342 up by 235 points, whereas NSE Nifty ended trade at 10,283 up by 68 points.

The selling pressure pulled the Sensex to its lowest closing streak in more than 3-weeks and the Nifty to its lowest closing level in 5-weeks on Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017. The market recovered due to bargain hunting in the last 2 trading sessions.

For the week, the Sensex spiraled 28.24 points, or 0.08%, while the Nifty shed 38.15 points, or 0.36%.

Sentiment got a huge pick-up after the U.S based Moody's has up-graded India's sovereign credit rating by a mark to 'Baa2' with a secure outlook showing improved growth prospects driven by economic & institutional development.

The ratings upgrade arrives just weeks after the World Bank elevated India up 30 places in its annual Ease of doing biz rankings.

Friday, 17 November 2017

Reliance General Insurance enters into multiyear “Bancassurance” tie-up with YES Bank

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Non-life Insurer, Reliance General Insurance Co. Ltd (RGI), a subsidiary of Reliance Capital has inked a comprehensive Bancassurance tie-up (A corporate Agency agreement) with YES BANK with the aim to distribute multiple general insurance products to the YES BANK customers, further expanding its distribution network.

This is the first tie-up signed by the bank since the open-architecture norms under the Corporate Agency regulations were introduced by IRDAI in April 2016. With this alliance, Yes Bank remains committed to leveraging its Pan-India branch network to capitalize on the vast opportunities in the Indian bancassurance market.

The bancassurance channel is expected to have potential to reach out to the last mile and serve untapped markets, thus promoting the insurance penetration in India. 

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Govt takes away restrictions on export of pulses

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The govt on Thursday removed the restrictions on export of all varieties of pulses such as tur, urad and moong dal etc to help farmers get remunerative prices for their produce.  However, exports of these kinds of pulses can be undertaken after taking permission from agri-export promotion body APEDA.     
Presently, only the organic pulses and Kabuli chana are permitted to be shipped in a limited quantity.   The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) in its notification said, that it has removed prohibition on export of tur, urad and mung dal until further orders. The ban on these varieties has been lifted with immediate effect. The notification added that exports should be made through customs electronic data interchange.

The move will improve the returns to farmers and potentially open up greater investments in the sector. The country's pulses production has touched a record of 22.4 mln ton in 2016-17 crop year as against 16.35 mln ton in the previous year through encouragement from the government.