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Pledging of Shares and its impact on Stocks

In global market, almost many of the companies are doing the pledging as collateral of their equity shares. There is a huge impact on stock prices if the pledging has been done by promoters’. Again, at the same time the proportion of pledging of shares does affect the stock price. The present article intends to discuss and analyze the impact of pledging of shares on stock prices.

Lead lag relation of world stock market and Indian stock market

It is said worldwide that “a stock market is a barometer of economy “. It is true with theoretical term. It means that stock market will perform only if that country’s economy is progressing. But sometime this statement doesn’t go with pace. Some country‘s stock market run abruptly though their economy was not performing. While some country’s stock Market not performed yet their economy goes excellent. This study will reveal where Indian market is in terms of market capitalization, volume on stock exchange and number of company listed on stock exchange.

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PRIVATE LIFE INSURERS AND LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA (LIC)

This study basically revolves around the life insurance sector which has been opened for the private life insurers in the beginning of 20th century. Life Insurance Corporation of India  (henceforth, referred to as LIC)  for a long period of time has enjoyed a monopoly in life insurance sector and the fact cannot be denied that LIC has a pre accomplished market leadership which makes it difficult for the new players to compete.

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON CSR EXPENDITURE OF BSE LISTED COMPANIES IN INDIA

Spending on CSR is not new in India. It has raised a lot of expectations and gained growing recognition as a new and emerging form of governance in India after legislating of CSR mandate in Companies Act, 2013, w.e.f 1st April, 2014. India has become the first country to mandate CSR through a statutory provision. Countries like U.K, U.S.A, China, Germany and Australia have voluntary guidelines for CSR spending/reporting.

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SURAT DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE BANK- A CASE STUDY

For proper operation of the banks and discharge the obligations to different segments of the society, profit earning is essential. However, profit earning is not a part of fundamental principles of the co-operative banks yet essential for sustenance and survival. In this paper authors tries to analyze the profitability of the Surat Central Co-operative Bank with the help of profitability ratios. Regression analyses has been used for analysis of data of last ten years i.e.2005-06 to 2014-15.

BUSINESS ETHICS AND ITS ROLE IN BUSINESS SCENARIO

The success of modern business is apparent, but recently there is much concern in the business-and-society literature and in the general press on whether business fulfills its role & responsibility. Business ethics have been developed in recent decades as responses to a growing sense of corporate wrong doing. Actually Fast growing world always create a sense of competition among the viewers. The desire of achieving higher and higher has somewhat made us “a machine” that machine which has nothing to do with the elements like right and wrong.

Amalgamation of RRBs-Is it beneficial?

The creation of regional rural banks (RRBs) in 1975 to cater exclusively to the credit needs of rural poor like small and marginal farmers, rural artisans and agricultural laborers was one such initiative