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    The Foreign Policy Initiative was an American think tank that operated from 2009 to 2017. According to its website, the FPI was "committed to robust support for democratic allies", human rights, a strong American military equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st century, and strengthening America's global economic competitiveness.

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    Debt ETF with G-sec announced in Budget for more liquidity
    National

    Debt ETF with G-sec announced in Budget for more liquidity

    The Budget 2020 has proposed a debt exchange-traded fund (ETF) consisting of government securities and also hiked investments in corporate bond limit by the FPIs from 9 per cent to 15 per cent to deepen the bond market.

    Markets may remain range bound (Market Watch)
    National

    Markets may remain range bound (Market Watch)

    in a range and seem to be discounting good and bad news as they come. The broad range of 11,800-1,2200 on the NIFTY and 40,000-41,000 on the BSE SENSEX seem to be keeping the indices under control.

    NIFTY may see new highs on breakout movement
    Business

    NIFTY may see new highs on breakout movement

    in a state of flux with neither bulls nor bears able to dominate the week. Markets gained on three of the four trading sessions and lost on one of them. The net change during the week could at best be termed as neutral.

    No imapct on social sector spending due to tax shortfall: FM
    Business

    No imapct on social sector spending due to tax shortfall: FM

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday ruled out any scaling down of the social sector spending due to any possible shortfall of tax revenues.

    'Reliance on FPIs making India vulnerable to global shocks'
    National

    'Reliance on FPIs making India vulnerable to global shocks'

    Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI) has risen several folds since the Indian economy started to open up. While the FPI inflow has powered markets to record highs on several occasions, some experts say India's dependence on them has also left the economy exposed to global shocks such as trade war.

    FPI outflow continues despite surcharge rollback
    Business

    FPI outflow continues despite surcharge rollback

    Despite the government rolling back the controversial tax surcharge on Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs), the markets have seen continuous selling by FPIs in four out of five stock exchange trading sessions since the Centre's announcement last month.

    New measures to help economy grow in coming months: CII
    Business

    New measures to help economy grow in coming months: CII

    With Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman having announced measures to boost demand and improve liquidity, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) said on Sunday that economic growth would climb in the coming months.

    Markets should see strong upward movement - after a while (Column: Market Watch)
    Business

    Markets should see strong upward movement - after a while (Column: Market Watch)

    just went by. It shook the market and then on Friday evening we had the Finance Minister soothing the nerves with balm. The true test would be the week ahead when one sees the response of her announcement from FPI's for whom it was primarily meant. The announcements are not yet over with more to follow in the week ahead and the subsequent week. It appears the housing sector would be a key beneficiary of announcements in the coming week.

    Growth steps, oil prices set to boost equities (Market Outlook)
    National

    Growth steps, oil prices set to boost equities (Market Outlook)

    Indian equities along with the rupee which have lately faced headwinds of massive foreign fund outflows along with disappointing quarterly earning results will get a boost via Central government's policy measures to prop up growth along with falling crude oil prices, experts said.

    Govt clarifies on FPI surcharge, experts say benefits limited
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    Govt clarifies on FPI surcharge, experts say benefits limited

    Soon after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced to roll back higher surcharge on foreign and domestic portfolio investors, the Income Tax (I-T) department on Saturday clarified that the tax payable at normal rate on the business income from the transfer of derivatives to a person other than Foreign Portfolio Investments (FPIs) will be liable for the enhanced surcharge.

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