Month: January 2014

Nse Stock Indices performance

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Nse Stock Market Indices
Nse Stock Market Indices

#Nse Trading day 30th January 2014

How did 11 Indices or Indexes performance on NSE National Stock Exchange , India

Auto Sector performance on Indian Stock Exchange

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Nse Auto Sector Index
Nse Auto Sector Index

Auto Sector performance on NSE National Stock Exchange , India

India Banking Sector Index for PSU Public Sector Banks performance

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India Banking Sector Index for PSU Public Sector Banks performance

India Banking Sector Index for PSU Public Sector Banks performance listed at NSE National Stock Exchange , India

Commodities Index performance on NSE for last 5 Trading Session

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Commodities Index performance on NSE for last 5 Trading Session

NseCommoditiesIndex : How did Commodities Sector listed Companies behaved on NSE National Stock Exchange , Mumbai last 5 Trading session

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FII Foreign Institutional Investor Buying , Selling and Net investments in the Indian Financial Markets during last 5 Trading sessions

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FII Foreign Institutional Investor Buying , Selling and Net investments in the Indian Equity Market during last 5 Trading sessions

FII debt 20-25jan14 j board

 

FII Foreign Institutional Investor Buying , Selling and Net investments in the Indian DEBT Market during last 5 Trading sessions

Data for last trading day 24th January 2014 will be released on Monday dated as 27th January 2014

Data released by SEBI

Happy India’s Republic Day

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Happy India's Republic Day

India’s Republic Day wishes to All

India’s Stock Exchange NSE National Stock Exchange Turnover

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India's Stock Exchange NSE National Stock Exchange Turnover

India’s Stock Exchange NSE National Stock Exchange Turnover cum Volumes in Cash and Derivative Segment for the year 2013 with Daily and monthly average Volume /Turnover in Indian Currency Rupee in Crore

One Crore = 10 Million

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Romania Central Bank the 1st Banker to cuts Interest rate 25 bps to 3.75% in 2014 , 5th cut a row

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8th January 2014

Romania’s central bank cut its policy rate by 25 basis points to 3.75 percent, its fifth rate cut in a row, and lowered the minimum reserve requirements on both domestic and foreign currency liabilities by banks.
    In a brief statement, the National Bank of Romania said the reserve requirements on leu-denominated liabilities would be cut by 300 basis points to 12 percent while foreign currency liabilities would be cut by 200 basis points to 18 percent starting from the Jan. 24-Feb. 23 maintenance period.
    Further details about the central bank’s decision would be released at a press conference later today.
    Romania’s central bank cut its rate by 125 basis points in 2013, most recently in November, in response to falling inflation.
    In its November inflation report, the bank revised down its forecast for end-2013 inflation to 1.8 percent from 3.1 percent, and the 2014 forecast down to 3.0 percent from 3.1 percent. The central bank bank, which targets inflation of 2.5 percent within a one percentage point band, said it expected inflation to fall below its lower bound during the first half of this year and then gradually rise.
    Romania’s inflation rate eased to a new low for the year of 1.83 percent in November, down from 1.88 percent in October and a 2013-high of 6.0 percent in January. The fall in inflation was due to lower agricultural prices due to a good harvest and a cut in taxes on bread and other bakery products.
    The cut in reserve requirements comes after the central bank in December released a report into the reporting of bad bank debts that showed that the proportion of non-performing bank loans was 21.7 percent at the end of October.

Romania cuts rate 25 bps to 3.75%, 5th cut a row – Central Bank News.

12 Indian Sectoral Indices performance on BSE , The Stock Exchange , Mumbai

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12 Indian Sectoral Indices performance on BSE , The Stock Exchange , Mumbai

How did 12 Sectors or Industries performed on Trading Day 21th of January 2014

All these 12 Sectors cum Industry Indices are listed at #BSE . The Stock Exchange , Mumbai , India …..

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Worldwide, Median Household Income About $10,000

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December 16, 2013

Country-level income closely related to Payroll to Population results

by Glenn Phelps and Steve Crabtree

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The median annual household income worldwide is $9,733, and the median per-capita household income is $2,920, according to new Gallup metrics. Vast differences between more economically developed countries and those with developing or transitional economies illustrate how dramatically spending power varies worldwide. Median per-capita incomes in the top 10 wealthiest populations are more than 50 times those in the 10 poorest populations, all of which are in sub-Saharan Africa.

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These results are based on Gallup data gathered between 2006 and 2012 in 131 populations. To calculate an internationally comparable household income measure, Gallup asked respondents in most countries the following question: “What is your total monthly* household income in [local currency], before taxes? Please include income from wages and salaries, remittances from family members living elsewhere, farming, and all other sources. Again, please provide your total monthly household income.” (*In Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries where appropriate, the question asked about annual rather than monthly income.)

Those respondents who hesitate to answer or have trouble coming up with a precise estimate are presented a set of income ranges in their local currency and asked which group they fall into. Their estimates are taken as the midpoint of the range. Estimates of household income are expressed in international dollars, created using the World Bank’s individual consumption PPP conversion factor, making income estimates comparable across all 131 countries. Yearly and country-level data are available through Gallup Analytics.

Income Related to Prevalence of Full-Time Work for Employers

Gallup’s income measures are strongly associated with the proportion of adult residents in each country who say they are employed full time for an employer — a measure Gallup refers to as “Payroll to Population.” The Payroll to Population metric gauges the prevalence of formal full-time employment in a country, as opposed to part-time or intermittent work or subsistence-level self-employment. Countries with high Payroll to Population figures also have high average incomes.

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Bottom Line

In recent years, political leaders, policymakers, and academics have criticized the use of traditional macroeconomic indicators, such as per-capita gross domestic product or gross national income, as insufficient for characterizing the quality of life for a country’s population. The assumption that the richer the country, the better off its people are is a useful generalization, but there has been growing recognition among economists and policymakers that traditional economic indicators are not adequate when it comes to characterizing a population’s well-being.

Understanding how a country’s overall economic performance affects the quality of life of its residents requires “bottom-up” metrics that complement and expand on macro-level information. Income data collected at the household level have tremendous utility for achieving this task, but there has been no comprehensive or uniform source of these data before now. Through its World Poll, Gallup has collected estimates of household income and related measures at least annually in more than 130 countries for the past seven years. The results offer the potential for powerful new insights into how income relates to other developmental indicators such as employment conditions and residents’ overall well-being

Worldwide, Median Household Income About $10,000.