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Indian Stock Exchange BSE launch its own app for Mutual Funds
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Indian Stock Exchange BSE launch its own app for Mutual Funds

Leading stock exchange BSE Wednesday said it has launched 'BSE StAR MF' app to enable more participation and help mutual fund distributors process transactions faster. "BSE StAR MF mobile app supports real-time client registration and paperless transactions, creates and uploads mandate for SIPs, generates the basket of multiple orders, tracks and allows the distributor to analyse his business at his fingertips," the exchange said in a release. The app can be downloaded from Google Play Store.Once the app is downloaded, the sign up can be done by providing the member identification number, it added. "The launch of the app would further provide comfort of doing business to our 24,000 members. This app would not only increase their productivity, but would also enable IFAs (Independe...
Top 6 Indian Stocks You Need to Pick During Trouble Times
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Top 6 Indian Stocks You Need to Pick During Trouble Times

Investing in stocks is a risky job and often people are confused about which stock to choose while they invest a sum. The market since the start of the year 2017 had been very strong with the Nifty registering a 35 percent growth. However, some of the players wiped out of in last 2 months. The index shed more than 10 percent in 2 months surrounded by consistent volatility. This is expected to continue for a few months from now and therefore, people need to dig deep into the market to choose the right stock to invest in. Here we have a list of the top 6 Indian stocks that are preferably beneficial in long-term and also the ones that you should pick during trouble times.   1) GRAPHITE INDIA – This company is basically concerned with the development, manufacturing and marketing o...
Know About The Sensex Zig-Zag Happened On Gujarat And HP Election Day
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Know About The Sensex Zig-Zag Happened On Gujarat And HP Election Day

The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty rose after falling over 2% in the opening trade on Monday under the influence of close fight in voting between BJP and Congress in Gujarat and Himanchal Pradesh. The disturbance also weakened against the US Dollar, while bond yield hit a fresh 16-month high. As the market opened, BSE Sensex was down  by 531.93% points (1.59%), to 32,931.04 while the Nifty 50 fell 217.30 points (2.10%) to 10,115.95. The market also saw rupee opened at 64.23 against a dollar and touched a low of 64.40. At 09:15, rupee was trading at 64.39 dollar, down 0.54% at the time it closed on Friday at 64.05. The 10-year bond yield was at 7.192%, a level last seen on 3 August 2016, compared to its previous close of 7.134%. At 09:42 all the 19 sectoral indices declined, with BSE Teleco...