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HDFC Mutual Fund announces launch of Smart Beta ETFs – NIFTY100 Quality 30 ETF, NIFTY50 Value 20 ETF & NIFTY Growth Sectors 15 ETF

Mumbai: HDFC Asset Management Company Ltd, a leading mutual fund house that manages assets worth Rs 4.34 trillion as on 30 Aug 2022, has announced the launch of NIFTY100 Quality 30 ETF, NIFTY50 Value 20 ETF, and NIFTY Growth Sectors 15 ETF, in order to expand their suite of ‘HDFC MF Index Solutions’.

Indian Market: Sensex down over 1000 points

Mumbai: Snapping a rally of the last four sessions, the BSE Sensex on Wednesday crashed 1154 points, below 60,000 at 59,417.12 on profit booking by local operators.

Twitter board approves Elon Musk's $44 billion buyout deal: Report

Twitter shareholders Tuesday approved Elon Musk's $44 billion buyout deal, news agency AFP reported.

Mahindra ties up with UCO Bank to offer attractive financing options on SUVs

Kolkata: Mahindra & Mahindra, India’s leading SUV manufacturer, today entered into a partnership with leading public sector lender UCO Bank, which will enable the company to offer attractive financing options to its SUV customers.

Indian Market: Sensex surges 455.95 pts

Mumbai: The equity market maintained rally for the fourth consecutive session on Tuesday, as the Sensex surged 455.95 points to close at 60,571.08 amid strong Asian Market.

Gujarat: Vedanta-Foxconn's chip plant creates one lakh jobs

New Delhi/IBNS: The Rs 1.54 lakh crore Vedanta-Foxconn semiconductor plant in Gujarat will reduce electronics imports and provide one lakh direct skilled jobs, Vedanta Chairman Anil Agarwal said Tuesday.

Indian Market: Sensex rallied over 300 points

Mumbai: The BSE Sensex remained firm on Tuesday too, as it advanced 325 points at 60,440.36 as buying was seen across the board amid strong global cues.

Indian industrial production growth eases to 2.4 percent in July

New Delhi: India's industrial production growth decelerated to touch a four-month low data of 2.4 percent, as per data released by the Indian government.

India's retail inflation spikes to touch 7 percent

New Delhi: India's retail inflation spiked to touch 7 percent once again in August, as per data released by the Indian government on Monday.

Indian market: Sensex crosses 60K to 60,115.13 pts

Mumbai: The equity market remained firm for the third straight session on Monday, as it breached 60,000 level to close strong at 60,115.13, rising 321.99 points on the strength of Realty, Materials, Technology and Consumer Durable stocks amid strong Asian Market.

Bangladesh goes for uniform USD-taka rates

Dhaka/UNI: Bangladesh banks have fixed the maximum exchange rates of the US dollar against the Bangladeshi taka for export-import bills and remittances in a bid to ease pressure on foreign exchange reserves and end volatility in the forex market.

India's Pension Narrative: PERDA is mulling to roll out assured return scheme

The pensions narrative in India seems to be acquiring a new dimension, at least partially, thanks to an assured return variant that the government is expected to introduce in the days ahead. 

Jammu and Kashmir: Walnut growers seek govt's help

Srinagar: Walnut production in Kashmir Valley has considerably decreased this year due to climate change, claim growers.

Indian Market: Sensex up over 200 points

Mumbai: The BSE Sensex on Monday surged 261.46 points at 60,054.60 in opening session as buying was seen across the board amid positive Asian Market.

Outstanding dues of discoms to gencos will be nilled in next 4 yrs, says Union Power Minister RK Singh: Report

Outstanding dues of electricity distribution companies (discoms) to power generation companies (gencos), which stand at Rs 1 lakh crore at any given time, will be eliminated over the next four years, Union Power Minister RK Singh has said, according to media reports.