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Adapting to a New Normal

Adapting to a New Normal


The Indian stock market does not seem to be enjoying the same euphoria that can be seen in the western markets. On the western front there seems to be a lot of bullishness owing to the stimulus packages alongside people resuming work. In India, people have thumbed down the Rs 20 lakh crore stimulus doled out by the finance minister.

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BSE's India INX hits highest turnover in Gold Futures, Derivatives

Nikita Singh / Article rating: 4.7

India’s first international exchange, India International Exchange Limited (India INX) based out of the International Financial Services Centre at Gujarat International Finance Tech -City achieved a significant milestone on March 26, 2018 as its daily trading turnover in the derivatives segment reached Rs. 3,287 crore.