Free Press Journal
  • Investing in SIP? Don’t Fall for These 5 common Myths Related to SIP

    Often, newbie investors remain confused when embarking on their investment journeys. Their inexperience, lack of knowledge and the virtual ocean of myths that plagues the world of investment make things all the more perplexing for such rookie investors. In fact, these prevalent investment myths often discourage newbie investors.

  • Maharashtra, ED, Enforcement Directorate, Bitcoin Ponzi scheme, investors, Maharashtra government, GainBitcoin website

    Maharashtra: ED to probe scam duping investors through Bitcoin Ponzi scheme

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government on Wednesday said the Enforcement Directorate (ED) would probe the alleged scam of duping investors to the tune of Rs 2,000 crore with Ponzi marketing schemes through the GainBitcoin website. In this connection, a lookout notice has been issued for GainBitcoin founder Amit Bhardwaj, who has fled the country, Minister of State for Home Ranjit Patil said.

  • India is on course to become USD 5 trillion economy by 2025: PM Narendra Modi tells World Economic Forum

    Davos: India is on the cusp of becoming a $5 trillion dollar economy by 2025, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the World Economic Forum, as he invited investors to come to India. Investing in India, travelling to India and manufacturing in India has become much easier, the Prime Minister said, listing his government’s policies, and added, “We have pledged to end license raj, we are removing red tape and laying out the red

  • CIS: Sebi gives 2 more months to Anmol India to repay investors

    New Delhi, Cracking the whip on illegal investment schemes in the guise of plant cultivation and animal rearing, Sebi today directed Anmol India Agro-Herbal Farming & Dairies Care Company and its directors to repay money to investors within a maximum two months.

  • Thane: Duped in 1999, 325 investors finally get their money back

    Thane: Around 325 investors were rejoiced to get their money back and that to due to good follow up by the police department. The investors and the police department also felicitated the officers who investigated the case and were able to give the entire amount back to the investors.

  • Arun Jaitley to deliver opening remarks at Singapore investors meet

    Singapore: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will deliver the opening address at a conference of global investors and financial institutions in Singapore on Wednesday, organisers said today. He will address more than 160 leaders from central banks and regulatory agencies, financial institutions, venture capital firms and FinTech companies, the organisers of the Singapore FinTech Conference said. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands will be speaking on using inclusive technology to build a better future

  • ‘Apartment funding’ route to perish post RERA, says JLL

    Mumbai: With the RERA making it mandatory for developers to deposit 70% of the receipts through any kind of sale in an escrow account, “apartment funding” mode of raising funds from investors is likely to perish, says property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle.

  • Full-fledged trading resumes on NSE

    Mumbai: Full-fledged trading resumed on the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) during the mid-afternoon session on Monday after a technical glitch impacted trading during an early-morning session. The stock exchange said that the technical glitch impacted trading on its Cash and Future and Option (F&O) segment during the early-morning trade session, and that the glitch has been resolved.

  • Markets conquers new peaks, Nifty closes above 9,500-mark

    The 30-share Sensex also opened on a strong footing and zoomed to a new peak of 30,591.55, before winding up 260.48 points, or 0.86 per cent higher at 30,582.60, breaching its previous record close of 30,322.12 points,

  • India scores high among FPIs, 3,500 registrations

    New Delhi : Close to 3,500 fresh foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) registered with capital market regulator Sebi in 2016-17, an indicator that India remains an attractive destination.

  • MFs add 67 lakh folios on higher retail participation

    New Delhi: Mutual fund houses have registered a surge of over 67 lakh investor accounts during the first 11 months of the just ended fiscal, taking the total tally to a record 5.4 crore on growing interest of retail investors.

  • Bhopal: Retired colonel complains against builder at public hearing

    BHOPAL: The district administration has instructed authority concerned to probe Srikrishna Infra Builders Private Limited which allegedly cheated many investors including retired colonel Sudeep Pandey. Col Pandey complained at the public hearing at collectorate against Srikrishna Infra Builders.

  • Indore: ‘All biz permissions through in single window system’

    INDORE: Principal Secretary, Industry, Mohammad Suleman has instructed Audhyogic Kendra Vikas Nigam (AKVN) to develop such a land where investors can get the plot of their choice. Similarly, for businesses, all permissions should be availed to them under single window system, he said. PS Suleman was here on Wednesday to review the performance of AKVN Indore. Briefing about the initiatives of the department, he said that a portal ‘Brand MP’ is being

  • Bengal Global Business Summit 2017: Complete update

    Mamata Banarjee is at the helm of things in Bengal and under her leadership the third edition of the Bengal Global Business Summit is held on the 20th and 21st of January 2017, and it aims to provide opportunities of growth and business in Bengal.

  • Ahead of earning season, caution prevails in market      

    Mumbai : The benchmark Sensex remained range-bound in choppy trade on Monday, ending about 33 points down as investors preferred to stay light ahead of earnings season and macroeconomic numbers amid estimates of slowdown in the country’s GDP growth. Caution prevailed on sustained outflows by foreign funds ahead of earnings season amid a weak trend at the European markets in their late morning trade.