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FPIs extend buying streak for 25th session
Aug 12,2016

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) extended buying spree for the 25th session. FPIs bought shares worth a net Rs 638.99 crore from the secondary equity market on 11 August 2016, compared with their purchases of Rs 426.09 crore during the preceding trading session on 10 August 2016. The net inflow of Rs 638.99 crore on 11 August 2016 was a result of gross purchases of Rs 5045.33 crore and gross sales of Rs 4406.34 crore. On that day, the S&P BSE Sensex rose 84.72 points or 0.31% to settle at 27,859.60, its highest closing level since 9 August 2016.

There was a net inflow of Rs 1.95 crore by FPIs into the primary market & others category on 11 August 2016, which was a result of gross purchases of Rs 5.67 crore and gross sales of Rs 3.72 crore.

FPIs have bought stocks worth a net Rs 5484.65 crore from the secondary equity markets in this month so far (till 11 August 2016). FPIs bought shares worth a net Rs 12068.52 crore from the secondary equity markets last month. FPIs have purchased shares worth a net Rs 35789.15 crore from the secondary equity markets in calendar year 2016 so far (till 11 August 2016). FPIs sold shares worth a net Rs 4362.50 crore into the secondary equity markets in calendar year 2015.

There has been a net outflow of Rs 71.32 crore from FPIs from the primary markets & others category in this month so far (till 11 August 2016). There was a net inflow of Rs 543.30 crore from FPIs into the primary markets & others category last month. The net inflow from FPIs into primary markets & others category has totaled Rs 1402.59 crore in calendar year 2016 so far (till 11 August 2016). There was net inflow of Rs 22168.40 crore from FPIs into the primary markets & others category in calendar year 2015.

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Hinduja Global Solutions to pay interim dividend for FY 2017
Aug 12,2016

Hinduja Global Solutions announced that interim dividend of Rs 2.50 per share for FY 2017 will be paid on or after 30 August 2016.

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Kemp & Co to pay dividend
Aug 11,2016

Kemp & Co announced that payment of dividend, if approved at the 135th Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held on 20 September 2016 will be made on or after 24 September 2016.

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Granules India fixes record date for 1st interim dividend
Aug 11,2016

Granules India has fixed 24 August 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of First Interim Dividend.

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Nava Bharat Ventures fixes record date for bonus issue
Aug 10,2016

Nava Bharat Ventures has fixed 03 September 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of issuance of Bonus Shares.

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Mayur Uniquoters fixes record date for 1st interim dividend
Aug 10,2016

Mayur Uniquoters has fixed 26 August 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of First Interim Dividend.

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Buying from FPIs in equities continues
Aug 10,2016

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 154.38 crore from the secondary equity market on 9 August 2016, compared with their purchases of Rs 1171.47 crore during the preceding trading session on 8 August 2016. The net inflow of Rs 154.38 crore on 9 August 2016 was a result of gross purchases of Rs 4850.85 crore and gross sales of Rs 4696.47 crore. On that day, the S&P BSE Sensex fell 97.41 points or 0.35% to settle at 28,085.16, its lowest closing level since 5 August 2016.

There was a net inflow of Rs 166.91 crore by FPIs into the primary market & others category on 9 August 2016.

FPIs have bought stocks worth a net Rs 4419.57 crore from the secondary equity markets in this month so far (till 9 August 2016). FPIs bought shares worth a net Rs 12068.52 crore from the secondary equity markets last month. FPIs have purchased shares worth a net Rs 34724.07 crore from the secondary equity markets in calendar year 2016 so far (till 9 August 2016). FPIs sold shares worth a net Rs 4362.50 crore into the secondary equity markets in calendar year 2015.

There has been a net outflow of Rs 147.96 crore from FPIs from the primary markets & others category in this month so far (till 9 August 2016). There was a net inflow of Rs 543.30 crore from FPIs into the primary markets & others category last month. The net inflow from FPIs into primary markets & others category has totaled Rs 1325.95 crore in calendar year 2016 so far (till 9 August 2016). There was net inflow of Rs 22168.40 crore from FPIs into the primary markets & others category in calendar year 2015.

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Natco Pharma fixes record date for interim dividend
Aug 09,2016

Natco Pharma has fixed 22 August 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of Interim Dividend.

The said interim dividend pay-by-date is 31 August 2016.

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Manappuram Finance to pay interim dividend
Aug 09,2016

Manappuram Finance announced that interim dividend of 50 paise per equity share shall be paid on or before 08 September 2016.

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NMDC fixes record date for buyback of shares
Aug 08,2016

NMDC has fixed 19 August 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of determining the entitlement and names of the shareholders, who are eligible to participate in the Buyback of fully paid-up Equity Shares of the Company.

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Future Enterprises fixes record date for dividend
Aug 08,2016

Future Enterprises has fixed 22 August 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of Dividend.

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Sterling Tools to pay 1st interim dividend
Aug 08,2016

Sterling Tools announced that first interim dividend of Rs 5 per share for FY2017 will be paid on or before 20 August 2016.

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SRF to pay interim dividend
Aug 08,2016

SRF announced that interim dividend of Rs 6 per share will be paid on 26 August 2016.

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Sebi proposes tightening algorithmic trading norms
Aug 06,2016

The stock market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has proposed a slew of measures to tighten existing regulations on algorithmic/high frequency trading (HFT). Sebi has in a discussion paper issued on 5 August 2016 has proposed a slew of measures such as minimum resting time for orders, frequent batch auctions, speed bump mechanism, randomization of orders received during a period, maximum order message-to-trade ratio requirement and separate queues for co-location orders and non-co-location orders. Sebi has invited public comments on these proposed measures by 31 August 2016.

According to Sebi, some of the issue with regard to algorithmic trading that have drawn regulatory attention are its contribution to price volatility, market noise (excessive order entry and cancellation), the cost that high-frequency trading imposes on other market users, technological arms race, limited opportunities for regulators to intervene during high volatility, strengthening of surveillance mechanism, etc. Sebi said its discussion paper on algorithmic trading that it is examining various options to allay the fear and concern of unfair and inequitable access to the trading systems of the exchanges.

One of the proposals to further regulate algorithmic trading is introducing minimum resting time mechanism. Under the minimum resting time mechanism, the orders received by the stock exchange would not be allowed to be amended or cancelled before a specified amount of time viz. 500 milliseconds is elapsed. Resting time is defined as the time between an order received by the exchange and allowed to be amended or cancelled thereafter.

The mechanism of frequent batch auctions would accumulate buy and sell orders on the order book for a particular length of time (say 100 milliseconds). At the end of every such period, the exchange would match orders received during the time interval. This proposal tries to address the problem of latency advantage by undertaking batch auctions at a particular interval. The idea is to set a time interval for matching of orders which is short enough to allow for opportunities for intraday price discovery, but long enough to minimize the latency advantage of HFT to a large extent. Implementing frequent batch auctions will require corresponding changes in the market infrastructure.

The Speed Bump mechanism involves introduction of randomized order processing delay of few milliseconds to orders. The expected impact of the mechanism is to discourage latency sensitive strategies as such delays would affect HFT but would not deter non-algo order flow for which delay in milliseconds is insignificant. It is understood that the intent behind such mechanism is to nullify the latency advantage of the co-located players to a large extent.

Another mechanism that the Sebi has proposed is randomization of orders received during a period (say 1-2 seconds). As per the mechanism, time-priority of the new/modified orders that would be received during predefined time period (say 1-2 seconds period) is andomized and the revised queue with a new time priority is then forwarded to the order matching engine.

Sebi has also proposed maximum order message-to-trade ratio requirement. A maximum order-to-trade ratio requires a market participant to execute at least one trade for a set number of order messages sent to a trading venue. The mechanism is expected to increase the likelihood of a viewed quote being available to trade and reduce hyper-active order book participation.

The stock market regulator has also proposed separate queues for co-location orders and non-co-location orders. As per the mechanism, separate queues and order-validation mechanism would be maintained for co-location orders and non-co-location orders. Orders from queues will be taken up in the order-book in round-robin fashion.

Another proposal under examination is to provide Structured Data containing Top 20/ Top 30/Top 50 bids/asks, market depth, etc. to all the market participants at a prescribed time interval (or as real-time feed).

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Credit Analysis & Research fixes record date for 1st interim dividend
Aug 05,2016

Credit Analysis & Research has fixed 20 August 2016 as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of First Interim Dividend.

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