December 2020 (Page 18)

Reinforcing the economic recovery trend, goods and services tax collection surpassed the Rs 1-trillion mark for the second consecutive month in November, according to the official data. Although slightly lower than the previous month, the robust mop-up could be attributed to the festival season demand, experts said, cautioning that this might not be sustainable in the coming months.


stood at Rs 1.049 trillion in November, as against Rs 1.051 trillion in October, the data released by the on Tuesday showed. This is also the third straight month when rose year-on-year (YoY), indicating the reinstatement of normalcy in economic activity after months of disruption caused by the Covid-19 lockdown.


The November collection was 1.42 per cent higher than that in the same month a year ago, down from 10.25 per cent YoY growth in October and 3.87 per cent in September. These


regulator on Tuesday relaxed compliance requirements for and depository participants with regards to submission of reports pertaining to internal as well as system audit in the wake of the pandemic.


The decision comes after receiving representation from stock exchanges and depositories, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said in a circular.



The capital watchdog has given time till December 31 to to submit half-yearly networth certificate (as on September 30), reports on internal audit as well a system audit for half year ended on September 30, 2020.


Also, have been give time till January 31 to submit report on cybersecurity and cyber resilience audit for half year ended on September 30.


In view of the prevailing situation due to Covid-19 pandemic and representations received from the stock exchanges


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Libra would be a stablecoin and would be released in the month of January. Its value would be backed by the US dollar.

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Facebook’s digital currency project, Libra, will be released in January and its value will be backed by the US dollar.

According to information from the Financial Times, a year and a half ago Facebook wanted to launch a cryptocurrency that was similar to Bitcoin, which it called Libra, after some companies such as Visa and Mastercard withdrew from the project, and given the concerns expressed by some banks and financial institutions, As well as the European Union, in April of last year The Libra Association introduced changes that made

India’s emerging market peers Brazil and Thailand gained 26 per cent and 22 per cent, respectively, in November

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The benchmark and the posted a 12 per cent gain in November, but this was pale in comparison with global peers. On Monday, stocks in Asia (the Indian were closed) swung from gains to losses, along with US futures and European equities as investors monitored progress on the path to a coronavirus vaccine on the final day of a record month for global equities. Oil retreated. India’s emerging market peers Brazil and Thailand gained 26 per cent and 22 per cent, respectively, in November, while most European rose more than 20 per cent. China was the only major global market that India outperformed in November. However, Chinese