[Economic Survey Ch5] Financial Intermediaries: Capital Market: External Commercial Borrowing (ECB), AIF, QFI, FII, FDI, FSDC (part 2 of 3)

MK Pandey Fast track to objective arithmetic
  1. Financial market
  2. Primary market: importance?
  3. Reform: ECB
  4. Reform: IDR fungibility
  5. Reform: FDI vs FII definition
  6. What is Alternative Investment fund (AIF)?
  7. Why Fin literacy and RGESS?
  8. Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS)
  9. FSDC
  10. Misc. Reforms

How does an Indian company arrange for money to start new business / expand existing business? Ans. Via debt or equity.
From Where can Indian company arrange for money? Ans.

Within India Outside India
  1. Short term funds= Money market
  2. Long term funds= Capital market
ADR, GDR, External commercial borrowing (ECB), foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCB) etc.

For the moment, let’s concentrate within India.

Financial market

chart finance market
Two subtypes

Money market

Capital market

For arranging Short term funds Long term fund

Apart from that, financial market also includes: forex market, commodity market, derivative market, insurance market. But let’s pay attention to only capital market for the moment.

Within, Capital market: again two subtypes.

Capital market (long term)

Primary Market

Secondary Market

New securities are issued here. In common parlance this is known as Share-market.

The securities issued in primary market, are sold and repurchased here.

This is like a showroom for brand new cars. This is like a “Mela (fair)” for used cars.

Both are controlled by SEBI.

Primary market: importance?

  • Primary market helps businessmen (and Government) arrange money for their projects.
  • It also helps investors earn profit on it via interest / dividend.
  • Financial intermediaries come into picture here: they act as middlemen and help investor lend money to borrower (and earn Commission in between).
  • If lot of money in invested in primary market (especially for corporate sector), that means economy is booming.
  • But as per the Economic Survey, Compared to 2011, companies raised less money from primary market via debt and equity in 2012.
  • It means companies are not doing as many new projects / business expansion like they did in 2011. Why? 1) policy paralyses, 2) inflation =less demand of products within India 3) Slowdown in US, EU = less demand of products abroad

Now let’s take a look at the reforms taken.

From abroad Within India
  • External commercial borrowing (ECB)
  • IDR fungibility
  • FII, FDI, QFI
  • Financial literacy, REGSS
  • Misc.

Reform: ECB

What is ECB?

  • External commercial borrowing
  • As the name suggest: ECB= when Indian company borrows money from external (non-Indian / foreign) sources.
  • Money is borrowed from non-resident lenders.
  • Via bank loans, fixed rate bonds, non-convertible shares, optionally convertible or partially convertible preference shares etc.
  • For minimum average 3 years.

Who can borrow?

  • Hotel, infra, IT, hospital sector. (But company must have registered itself under Companies Act 1956, in India).
  • Micro Finance Institutions (MFI) can borrow via ECB
  • NGOs, NBFCs, Companies can borrow via ECB, if they’re involved in Microfinance activity.
  • SEZ units

ECB money cannot be used for?

  • share market or real-estate speculation.
  • Acquiring another company

ECB: Pros and Cons

Pro Anti
  • Today, American and European economy is not performing well, their banks and lenders are not finding local borrowers even at dirt cheap interest rate.
  • So in this scenario, If an Indian company can borrow money from abroad, at a lower interest rate than in India, then what’s the harm? Let them do it.
  • In ECB, the borrower has to repay in foreign currency (usually dollar).
  • So If Rupee sharply weakens dollar (e.g. from 1$=Rs.50 to 1$=Rs.60), then Indian borrower will have to more amount of rupees to repay the same amount of loan he previously took. (because first he’ll need to convert his Indian rupee income/profit into dollar then repay the loan).

Reforms in ECB?

  • Government has liberalization in External Commercial Borrowings Policy during 2012-13
  • Main Beneficiaries of this liberalization = infra companies, SIDBI and NHB.

Infrastructure companies

  • Infrastructure companies can borrow in Chinese currency (Renminbi/RMB)
  • Infrastructure companies can use 25% of the money borrowed via ECB for repaying their previous rupee debts IF they invest 75% of the ECB borrowed money to start new infrastructure projects.

SIDBI

  • Banks as such, are not allowed to borrow via ECB route.
  • But Small Industries Development Bank (SIDBI) can borrow via ECB route and lend that money to micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) sector subject to certain conditions.

National housing bank

  • National Housing Bank (NHB)/ Housing Finance Companies can also borrow via ECB and use that money on low cost / affordable housing units.

This list of ECB reform is not exhaustive but for exam oriented preparation- you’ve to draw a line somewhere hahaha.

Reform: IDR fungibility

Before going into that, let’s look at:

What is ADR?

  • American Depository receipt.
  • Already explained, just copy pasting from my old article
  • Suppose, Indian Co. wants to raise money from America, by issuing shares in American stock exchange.
  • But then Indian co. will have to maintain accounts according to American standards.
  • To prevent this problem, Indian company gives its shares to American bank.
  • American bank gives that Indian company receipts (called ADR) in return of those shares. Then Indian Co. can trade those ADR receipts in American share market, to raise money.
  • Sound good? Yes, but then Indian company will have to pay dividends to those investors in Dollar currency.
  • Similarly GDR= Global depository receipt

What is IDR?

  • ADR= American depository receipt = from America’s point of view, it allows a foreign company (e.g. Indian) to raise money from American financial market.
  • Similarly, IDR= Indian depository receipt= from India’s point of view, it allows a foreign company (e.g. American, British) to raise money from Indian financial market.

IDR: Two way fungibility?

  • First what is fungibility?= ability for mutual substitution.
  • For example, if you borrow Rs.1000 rupee note from someone, you can repay it using two Rs.500 notes or 10 notes of Rs.100. because currency notes are fungible.
  • Similarly, One gold bar weighing 100 gms. Vs. 10 gold bars weighing 10 gms. = easily fungible IF all of them are 24-carat gold, because weight and price wise both sides are same.
  • But gold bars of 22 carat vs 24 carat = not easily fungible because they’ll have different price.
  • ADR is two way fungible. Meaning, (from American investor’s point of view) if you’ve ADR, you can convert it into the underlying shares of that (foreign/Indian) company.
  • As part of financial reforms, Now IDR (Indian depository receipts) are also made Two way fungible.

Reform: FDI vs FII definition

Chindu proposed in Budget speech that

  • We need to remove the ambiguity on what is FDI and what is FII,
  • I propose to follow the international practice:
    • if an investor has a stake of 10 per cent or less in a company, it will be treated as FII and,
    • if more than 10%= FDI.
  • Later Chindu formed a panel under Arvind Mayaram for giving clear definitions to FDI and FII.

FII inflow increased

  • FIIs invest in Indian securities markets based on their perception “how much money will I mae?
  • Their perception is influenced by
    • prevailing macroeconomic environment of India
    • The growth potential of the Indian economy
    • Performance of corporate sector in competing countries (such as Brazil, South Africa.)
  • In 2012, FII inflows were around 30 billion dollar. Much of these FII inflows went into equity segment.
  • The increase in  FII inflow indicates their confidence in the performance of the Indian economy and Indian market.
  • Compared to previous years, the turnover in share market has increased and volatility has decreased.
  • The economic and political developments in the Euro zone area and United States had their impact on markets around the world including India.
  • ‘fiscal cliff’ in the US had been resolved, and had a positive impact on the market worldwide including in India.
  • Further, the reform measures recently initiated by the government have been well received by the markets.

FII reform?

In 2012, FII limit for investment in G-Secs (government securities) and corporate bonds =was increased.

FII limit (US Billion dollars)
G-Sec 25
Corporate bonds 51

FDI reform?

  • Cabinet has approved increase in FDI for Multibrand retail, pension, insurance, aviation, power and broadcasting.

QFI

To put this in crude terms:

  • QFI is a guy who
  • Doesn’t live in India
  • Is not an FII
  • Doesn’t have a sub-account under FII
  • Is not a Foreign Venture Capital Investor.

Year

Reforms taken

2011
  • Initially this QFI guy was allowed to invest in Indian mutual funds, IF he met the Know your customers norm (KYC).
2012
  • QFI was allowed to directly invest in Indian equity market. (provided they’re from member countries of Financial Action Task Force (FATF).)
  • QFIs from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and European Commission were also allowed to Invest.
  • QFIs have been permitted to invest in debt market, with a total overall ceiling of US$ 1 billion.

PAN card is mandatory for QFIs.

What is Alternative Investment fund (AIF)?

  • An entity that collects money from people, and invests it.
  • But unlike the regular mutual funds, they donot usually involve in the conventional debt-equity share market type investment.
  • And They’re not covered under SEBI’s regulations for mutual funds and collective investment schemes.
  • Such funds / entities are called Alternative Investment fund.

3 types of AIF

SEBI has notified new regulations covering alternate investment funds (AIFs) under three broad categories

Category Note

1

  • These funds have positive spillover effects on the economy. E.g. venture capital funds, small and medium enterprises (SME) funds, social venture funds, and infrastructure funds
  • SEBI and Government might give them incentives or concessions.

2

  • Funds that don’t fall under category 1 or 3.
  • They can invest anywhere in any combination but are prohibited from raising debt, except for meeting their day-to-day
  • SEBI/Government will not give any specific incentive or concession to them.

3

  • Funds that have negative externality.
  • They only work to get short-term benefits/speculation.
  • E.g Hedge funds.

All the alternative investment funds have to register with SEBI.

Why Fin literacy and RGESS?

  • Government wants to make people buy less gold. Because when Indians buy a lot of gold, it increases our current account deficit–> our rupee weakens against dollar –>we’ve to pay more for importing crude oil =petro-diesel price increase= inflation (+bad election publicity for Government).
  • Therefore, Government wants to increase financial literacy among (particularly) middle class and lower middle class folks, make them invest in share market, mutual funds etc. and move away from gold-purchase.
  • So Government needs to generate awareness that investment in capital market is safe and gives you good returns. => Financial literacy / awareness needed. For this, CBSE already included financial literacy related courses in the syllabus.
  • Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC) also working on forming national policy for financial literacy.
  • But just by making people “aware”, won’t make them invest in capital market. Government needs to offer some “carrot” to lure them.
  • That’s why Government introduced Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings scheme- it provides tax benefits and assured returns to FIRST TIME INVESTORS in the equities.

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS)

  • It is a new tax saving scheme.
  • This was announced in Budget 2012.
  • Main purpose of this scheme: attract more (middle class and lower middle class) people to invest in securities market. (and divert them from investing money in gold, which increases current account deficit and creates more problems for Indian economy).
Conditions
  • Your annual income must be below 12 lakh. (original figure was Rs.10 lakh, but Chindu raised it in budget 2013).
  • This must be your first investment in securities market. E.g. if you’ve been already investing purchased some IPOs, shares or invested in mutual funds, then you don’t get tax benefit in this scheme.
  • Lock in period of three years. (meaning you cannot take out your money before that).
  • You must purchase approved shares/mutual funds only.
Benefit?
  • For investment upto Rs.50000, you get 50% deduction in income tax.
  • You can invest money in installments. No need to invest Rs.50000 in on go.
  • You don’t have to pay tax on dividends paid by the company.

issue/problem in RGESS?

To invest in any type of securities (debt or equity), you first need two things 1) PAN card and 2) DEMAT account. Most of the Indians don’t have either PAN card or DEMAT account.

FSDC

  • Government has set up Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC) in 2010.

Org of FSCD

  • FM  = chairman
  • Heads of financial-sector regulatory authorities (RBI, SEBI etc),
  • Finance Secretary and a few other departments
  • Chief Economic Adviser

What does FSCD Do?

  • Promote financial literacy (their sub Committee has made draft National Strategy on Financial Education).
  • Promote financial inclusion (get people in banking, pension, insurance net)
  • Increase financial stability
  • Increase inter-regulatory coordination (between RBI, SEBI, IRDA etc)
  • Promoting financial-sector development

Misc. Reforms

MCX-SX

  • SEBI permitted MCX-SX to operate as a full-fledged stock exchange (just like BSE/NSE).
  • Now MCX-SX will directly compete with BSE and NSE, and it’ll lead to better services, lesser costs for the investors.

CDS

  • Credit default swap (more explained earlier click me)
  • Mutual funds and Insurance companies can now participate in CDS as users.
  • This will increase liquidity in the corporate bond markets.

IRDA-repo

  • Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) has permitted insurance companies to participate in the repo market.

Electronic voting

  • A public limited company has shareholders. And the company needs to take votes of the shareholders before merger-acquisition, election of new board of directors etc.
  • Earlier this was done through postal ballot.
  • But in 2012, SEBI made rule: voting must be done through electronic means. (this reduces any mischief or foul play and brings more transparency).
  • At the moment, SEBI has made electronic voting is made Compulsory for the top 500 listed companies and more companies will be included soon.

SCOREs

  • SEBI complaints redress system
  • It is a web portal, where you can file online-complaints to SEBI.

Mock Questions

  1. Capital market is madeup of
    1. Primary and Money market
    2. Primary and secondary market
    3. Money, primary and secondary market
    4. None of above.
  2. New securities are first issued in
    1. Primary market
    2. secondary market
    3. Either A or B depending on SEBI’s approval.
    4. None of above
  3. Correct Statements about ECB?
    1. Infrastructure companies can borrow money only in dollar currency.
    2. SIDBI and NHB are allowed to borrow money via ECB route.
    3. Both A and B
    4. Neither A or B
  4. What is the purpose of ADR?
    1. Help an American company raise money from within USA
    2. Help an American company raise money from outside of USA
    3. Help foreign company raise money from American financial market.
    4. None of Above
  5. What is the function of IDR?
    1. Help an Indian company raise money from within Indian financial market
    2. Help a Foreign company raise money from within Indian financial market
    3. Help an Indian company raise money from abroad.
    4. None of Above
  6. Which of the following Depository receipt has two-way fungibility
    1. ADR
    2. IDR
    3. Neither A or B
    4. Both A and B
  7. Arvind Mayaram panel is associated with
    1. Current Account Deficit
    2. Double taxation avoidance
    3. FDI, FII definitions
    4. PPP project finance
  8. Correct statement about QFI
    1. It is a sub-account under FII
    2. They’re not required to have PAN
    3. An Investors from Gulf cooperation council cannot register themselves as QFI
    4. None of above
  9. Correct statement about Alternative Investment Fund (AIF)
    1. It is regulated under SEBI’s mutual fund regulations.
    2. SEBI classifies AIF into four categories.
    3. Every AIF is required to get itself registered with RBI
    4. None of Above
  10. Correct Statement about Rajiv Gandhi Equity savings scheme?
    1. It offers tax deduction to any investor whose income is below Rs.12 lakh
    2. Dividend income under RGESS is taxable.
    3. For investment upto Rs.50,000, it provides 100% income tax deduction.
    4. None of Above
  11. Which of the following is a function of Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC)?
    1. Controls FDI approvals.
    2. An organization that aims to increase inter-regulatory coordination and financial literacy.
    3. Controls external commercial borrowing and current account deficit.
    4. None of above.
  12. SCORES an online portal to register complaints with
    1. IRDA
    2. PFRDA
    3. SEBI
    4. None of Above

Mains

  1. 2 markers
    1. SCORES
    2. AIF
    3. ECB
    4. IDR
  2. 5 markers
    1. RGESS
    2. FSDC
  3. 12 markers
    1. Write a note on the recent reforms in the Indian capital market
    2. What do you understand by External Commercial Borrowing? Briefly discuss the recent liberalization in India’s in External Commercial Borrowings Policy.

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  1. SHANDEV says:

    superbb..waiting for final part

  2. TRA says:

    thanks a ton Sir

    1. B
    2. A
    3. B
    4. C
    5. B
    6. D
    7. C
    8. D
    9. D
    10.A
    11.B
    12.C

  3. alok says:

    1 b
    2 a
    3 b
    4 c
    5 b
    6 d
    7 c
    8 b
    9 d
    10 d
    11 b
    12 c

  4. aspirant says:

    1.b
    2.a
    3.c
    4.c
    5.b
    6.a
    7.c
    8.b
    9.d
    10.d
    11.b
    12.c

  5. namrata says:

    answers??…

    1 b
    2 a
    3 c
    4 c
    5 b
    6 d
    7 c
    8 d
    9 d
    10 a
    11 b
    12 c

  6. alok says:

    @TRA
    8- for investing it is not necessary to have pan card. pan card only helps in avoiding extra payment of tax

    10- a option is not correct as the person should be the first time investor only and not all the persons.

    Do correct me if i m wrong plz.
    Mrunal sir plz tell us answers.
    Thnq

    • TRA says:

      @ Alok,
      ofcourse 10th was drowsy,u are correct.
      but i dont know about 8th-PAN card required or not.Do tell me
      Thanks.

      • TRA says:

        except for 8th which i am not sure about(probably you are right)
        rest all answered by you is correct.

  7. alok says:

    @namrata.
    is your 3 and 10 is correct??
    Can u explain??

    • Amit says:

      Ya u pointed our right…Regarding Q.10 I think she is mistaking..
      Not every person having net income of 12 lac can get benefit of the scheme , he must be a novice in this field that is no prior investment in share market,anyhow.So it would be D..1 OPTION ONLY DEPICTS LESS THAN 12 LAC CONDITION THAT IS NOT SUFFICIENT
      And ans of 3′rd is B…now Infr. co. can buy in Chinese currency too as given in the article…

    • namrata says:

      @alok…ur ryt….sorry 3 and 10 were wrong…

      it shud b ..
      3. b
      10. d (the word ANY investor makes d difference)

  8. sameer says:

    thank you once again mrunal sir, can you please post an article on Public Private Partnership and India-Srilanka issue in light of recent UNHRC resolution.. will be greatfull

  9. sneha says:

    can anyone suggest me the strategy for ethics paper.?

  10. omega says:

    which is good coaching institute for history optioinal

    • shiv says:

      Hemant jha classes in Delhi it’s best coaching for History optional as I have history optional n done my coaching frm dis institute,

      • omega says:

        where is this class..?? which coaching centre..??

  11. som says:

    i am following your article since 1 year ..itss good effort from ur side
    so i am giving 1000 likes at atime (balnce of previus articles)

  12. Rajesh says:

    As you stated ADR is issued by a foreign company in exchange of Shares of Indian Company. For ADR fungibility you said that ADR can be converted in to the shares of that foreign company.
    Is it the company that issued the ADR to Indian Company?
    Why foreign company will give its shares against ADRs which were issued for Indian Company Shares?
    Will the number of shares to for ADRs be calculated on the basis of current market price in USA share market?

    • Mrunal says:

      from american investor’s point of view, Indian company is a foreign company.

    • sujanian blood says:

      mrunal bhai ,
      ADR is issued by american banks to indian co. as u stated tha ind co. ‘ll go to bank n then bank ‘ll issue them ADR n now those ADRs can be traded by ind. co. in american stock mkt thus circumventing the need of maintaining their account as per american stock exchange but i m lill perplexed by ur fungibility clarification !!!! how fungibilty is a boon for american investor n y he felt the need of converting ADR into shares of indian co. eventhough i guess he would be getting the interest on ADR !! so please erase the ambiguity n educate ……..

  13. Prateek Gupta says:

    Thanks mrunal…..ur every post increase my respect towards u

  14. Rajesh says:

    1-B 2-A 3-B 4-C 5-B 6-D
    7-C 8-D 9-D 10-D 11-B 12-C

  15. GS says:

    Admin Officer in United India Insurance exam is on 26th may, same as civil services prelims……

  16. kuldeep says:

    the study manikant singh

  17. nav says:

    mrunal publish official answer doubt in Q8&9

  18. Manish says:

    wonderful…sir you are boosting our confidence..

  19. rathod says:

    sir,i applied for ssc cgle exam 2013 .i had written my final year degree exam in december 2012 and its results were declared in january 2013.But in ssc notification it is declared that a candidate should attain eligibility by 1.1.2013.So i just want to know will i be eligible,please reply.

  20. rathod says:

    sir,i applied for ssc cgle exam 2013 .i had written my final year degree exam in december 2012 and its results were declared in february 2013.But in ssc notification it is declared that a candidate should attain eligibility by 1.1.2013.So i just want to know will i be eligible,please reply.

  21. CARM says:

    Thnx.hey mrunal….can u take up topic ASSUMPTIONS and CONCLUSIONS & If, Only if questions fr CSAT.These r very confusing.

  22. RAjesh says:

    1b,2b,3d,4b,5b,6c,7?,8?,9d,10a,11b,12?

  23. deepak belwal says:

    hey mrunal u r doing a commendable job for us …thanks buddy ..if you can arrange plss give gist of budget 2013 ..as regarding prelims point of view ..plsss prepare some questions regarding envronment list of endangered species ..plss

  24. krish says:

    FDI limits -imp for exam

    Single brand retail -100%
    Multi brand retail- 51%
    Broadcasting. – 74%
    Power xchanges – 49%
    Aviation. – 49%
    Insurance. – 49%

    • Sri says:

      Thank you.

    • मनु झा says:

      Pension = 26%

    • Venkatesh G says:

      Defence 26%

  25. love shandilya says:

    can anyone tell me wat it means by issuing new securities n second hand securities?? means by primary n secondary via example???

    • HK says:

      when one owns a company and wants to raise money via public offers, then

      1. 1st time issue = 1st shares = primary market.
      2. subsequent new shares = primary market.

      after the issue has be subscribed and completed..
      3. resale of shares, devolution of stake by a shareholder etc. = secondary market.

      e.g.

      new company.. owner decided to float shares…

      >floated 10000 shares. “IPO” = primary market..

      Mr A buys 1000 of it..

      >When Mr. A will sell his shares to another investor it will be in SECONDARY market.

      if company brings new shares so that now total shares of company = 20000. then the new shares will be sold in primary market. = “FPO”

      same is true for all types of securities…

      • love shandilya says:

        thnx

  26. Swati says:

    Mrunal can you please add a date and time along with your post…would be of great help..thank you..

    • मनु झा says:

      And if possible in Comments section too ! (i guess it was there before)
      would help identify whether its a recently asked doubt or 10-12 months old :)

    • vishvender rana says:

      see the link u will get the month & year of article..

  27. Nitesh jain says:

    sir,
    really apperciable work
    i just want to add that rgess do not provide any assurance…

  28. Ganesh Gavali says:

    @Mrunal Sir,

    Will you please write an article on ‘Capital account convertibility’ that you had promised to do.

  29. Manish says:

    sir Please clear my doubt “Difference between Central assistance to state AND Grant-in-aid” ?????????

  30. nikhil says:

    answers
    B,A,C,C,B,A,C,D,D,A,B,C

  31. Yagya says:

    Dear mrunal sir,
    i have a lot of confusion with FTA, CEPA and other economic ties area.
    would you give a good differentiation btw these.
    please !

  32. puneet says:

    dear mrunal,
    could you please write an article on BRICS n their proposed bank??
    I would really appreciate if u could..

    regards
    puneet

  33. karan says:

    grt sir!!
    babcbdcdddbc

  34. Niks says:

    Excellent article sir…. Even C.Rangarajan or Raghuram Rajan will not explain economic survey so simply as our Mrunal sir is explaining…Hats off to you sir…

  35. Swapnil says:

    may be a dumb question, but can FII and FDI called as ECB? if not then why?

    • Hamed says:

      In my opinion, NO. As there is no mandatory lock-in period for FDI r FII whereas in ECB it was mention min.avg.tenure 3yrs. As per my understanding FII n FDI come in india n invest whenever they find the mkt conducive n leave when expects not so promising. on the other hand in ECBs we go out to different mkt and procure funds into the indian mkt.

  36. Neeraj kumar says:

    1.b
    2.a
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.d
    7.c
    8.d
    9.d
    10.a
    11.b
    12.c

  37. gjml says:

    how can i download this to studyoffline??

  38. Pradeep says:

    1.b
    2.a
    3.b
    4.c
    5.b
    6.d
    7.c
    8.d
    9.d
    10.d
    11.b
    12.c

  39. Vijay says:

    Hi Mrunal,
    Could you please explain how does fungibility help in attract foreign companies to be listed as IDR?

  40. sunil says:

    1 b
    2 a
    3 b
    4 b
    5 b
    6 d
    7 c
    8 d
    9 d
    10 d
    11 b
    12 c

    • sunil says:

      4 will be (c)

  41. Vikas Tomar says:

    Answer Keys

    B A C C B D C D D A B C

    please confirm( by serious Aspirant Only :-P))))

  42. Akram says:

    1.B 2.A 3.C 4.C 5.B 6.D 7.C 8.D 9.D 10.A 11.B 12.C

  43. koushal says:

    thanks sir
    lots of confusion has been cleared now

  44. taste victory says:

    b,a,c,c,,b,d,c,,d,d,a,b,c,

  45. vijay says:

    u said adr,gdr and ecb payments are made in foreign currency only does it account to CAD??

  46. vijay says:

    Sir ….is the ECB comes under fdi or fii or both or different frm both

    • Navin says:

      it is different from both…. in borrowing means we have to pack while FDI and FII are investment…investors will get profit.

  47. raju says:

    sir this is raju
    what is the relationship between high demand for gold weakens the indias rupee valu

  48. Navin says:

    high demand of gold = more import (comparatively less exports) = Current Account deficit increses = rupees value weakens..

    hope this will help… plz correct me if i am wrong

  49. NN says:

    In your ECB …is it non-convertible shares or non-convertible debentures???

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