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Nov 23, 2020
548: MarketBuzz Podcast with Reema Tendulkar: Sensex, Nifty likely to open flat; RIL, Coal India, AU Small Finance Bank in focus
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The Indian market is likely to open flat on Tuesday amid positive global cues on hopes of COVID-19 vaccine. At 7:10 am, the SGX Nifty was trading 5.50 points or 0.04 percent lower at 12,947.50, indicating a flat start for the Sensex and Nifty50.
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How RBI wants regulation for NBFCs?
Ruchi Bhatia, ET Now: The central bank on Friday released a discussion paper that aims to initiate a scale-based regulatory framework for NBFCs. The discussion paper said the regulatory framework of NBFCs should be based on a four-layered structure– base layer (NBFC-BL), middle layer (NBFC-ML), upper Layer (NBFC-UL), and top layer. The Base Layer will comprise NBFCs currently classified as Non-Systemically Important Non-Deposit taking NBFCs (NBFC-ND). The threshold for NBFCs falling in the layer will be fixed at ₹1000 crore. The regulatory framework can be supplemented by enhanced governance and disclosure standards. The maximum number of NBFCs will fall in this layer.   Moving up in the pyramid, the Middle Layer will consist of all non-deposit taking NBFCs classified currently as Systematically Important Non-Deposit taking NBFCs and all deposit-taking NBFCs. Certain NBFCs like the Housing Finance Company, Infrastructure Finance Company, Infrastructure Debt Fund will also feature in this layer on the basis of their activity. These NBFCs shall broadly be subjected to the regulatory structure as applicable for NBFC-ND-SI and NBFC-D at present. However, adverse regulatory arbitrage vis-à-vis banks are proposed to be addressed for NBFCs falling in this layer in order to reduce systemic risk spill-overs, where required. The Upper Layer of the scale based regulatory framework shall consist of only those NBFCs (about 25 to 30 in number) which are identified as systemically significant among NBFCs, based on a set of parameters mentioned in the discussion paper. In view of their large systemic significance and scale of operations, the regulation of these NBFCs will be tuned on similar lines as those for banks, though providing for the unique business model of the NBFCs as also preserving the flexibility of their operations. Some of the proposed regulations for these NBFCs include mandatory listing, the introduction of Common Equity Tier 1, & the Large Exposure Framework. NBFCs in the Upper Layer will be known as NBFC-Upper Layer (NBFC-UL).
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News18 Daybreak | 5 Dead in Fire at Serum Institute of India, Vaccine Maker Says Covishield Production Unaffected and Other Stories You Need to Watch Out For
5 Dead in Fire at Serum Institute of India, Vaccine Maker Says Covishield Production Unaffected A big fire on Thursday at the Serum Institute of India killed five people, a government official said, but the world's biggest vaccine maker said it would not affect production of Covishield, the AstraZeneca coronavirus shot it is manufacturing locally. Videos and pictures showed black smoke billowing from a multi-storey building in SII's massive headquarters complex in Pune, Maharashtra, after the fire broke out around 2.45pm. The state government said it has launched an inquiry into the mishap, and a fire audit has been ordered to be conducted on Friday. Farmers Reject Govt Proposal to Stay Implementation of Farm Laws for 1.5 Years, Demand Full Repeal Farmers protesting against the three agricultural reform laws have rejected the government’s proposal to stay the implementation of the three legislations for one-and-a-half years, and have reiterated their demand for a full repeal. The Samyukt Kisan Morcha also said the tractor protest on Republic Day would go on as planned. A statement released by the morcha said, "In a full general body meeting, the proposal put forth by the government was rejected. A full repeal of three central farm acts and enacting legislation for remunerative MSP for all farmers were reiterated as the pending demands of the movement." Bird Flu Outbreak: Don't Eat Half-Boiled Eggs and Other Do's and Dont's by Govt's Food Safety Body In view of the bird flu scare, regulator FSSAI on Thursday advised people not to eat half-boiled eggs and undercooked chicken, and ensure proper cooking of poultry meat as it came out with a detailed set of guidelines. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has also urged consumers and food businesses "not to panic" and ensure proper handling and cooking of poultry meat and eggs for safe consumption as outlined in the guidance document. PM, CMs Likely to be Vaccinated Against Covid in Round 2, Netas Above 50 will be Next: Sources Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief ministers are likely to get vaccinated against Covid-19 in the second round, sources said. The PM said in the CMs' meet that the turn of other politicians, who are above 50, will come in next phase. After healthcare and frontline workers such as police, armed forces and municipal workers, the third category to be vaccinated is likely to be people over the age of 50, followed by those who are below 50 but suffer from co-morbidities. At Tharoor-led Parl Panel Meet, Twitter Officials Face Scrutiny over Blocking Amit Shah’s Account At the meeting of a Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology held in New Delhi on Thursday, representatives of Twitter and Facebook faced a barrage of pointed questions, including those for temporarily blocking Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s Twitter account in November last year. India vs Australia: Umpires Offered Us Option to Leave Sydney Test Midway After Racial Abuse - Mohammed Siraj India fast bowler Mohammed Siraj on Thursday revealed that on-field umpires had offered his team the option of leaving the third Test against Australia midway after he was subjected to racial abuse by the crowd in Sydney. Siraj and his senior pace colleague Jasprit Bumrah faced racial abuse for two days at the Sydney Cricket Ground, forcing the Indian team management to lodge an official complaint with match referee David Boon. Cricket Australia later offered an unreserved apology for the incidents. Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli Make First Public Appearance Since Daughter's Birth, See Pics Actress Anushka Sharma made her first public appearance along with cricketer husband Virat Kohli on Thursday since giving birth two weeks ago. They welcomed a daughter, their first child on January 11. Virat made the announcement on Twitter - mother and baby are both doing well, he wrote and signed off with a request for privacy.
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