Indian Economy

Indian Economy

Five Year Plans Agriculture Development Major Crops Fertilizers-Subsidies Agriculture Marketing-Trade Agriculture Schemes Animal Husbandry Banking Financial Markets Foreign Trade Industrial Development Major Industries Industrial Finance Industrial Policies-FDI Minerals Small Scale Industry Industry Strucuture Inflation-PDS Migration Monetary Policy National Income Population Poverty Power Resources Public Finance-Budget Rural Development Service Sector Taxation Transport Unemployment Urban Development Welfare Programmes

Capital Market-Primary-Secondary

      Capiral Market
No. Capital Market
1. Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is established in April, 1988 to regulate the capital market and to protect interests of investors.
2. Buying and Selling of long term securities (debt or equity) takes place in Capital Market.
3. Capital Market raises funds for long period of time.
4. Capital Market can divided into Primary Market and Secondary Market.
5. In Primary Market new stock or bonds are sold to the investors.
6. In Secondarty Market existing securities are bought and sold among investors through stock exchanges.
7. Bill Market system was introduced in 1952.
8. Indian rupee is made fully convertible as current account in 1994.


Five Year Plans Natinal Income Banking Committees Cooperative System Countries-Currency Development Programmes Fiscal Policy Foreign Trade Indicators Agriculture Minerals Industry Capital Market Population Poverty-Unemployment Statutory Bodies Taxation Miscellaneous


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