DMPQ-What is depository and how does it help an investor? Name the Depositories working in India.

Depository is a place where financial securities are held in dematerialised (DEMAT) i.e. in electronic form. It is responsible for maintenance of ownership records and the facilitation of trading in dematerialized securities. A depository eliminates the risk associated with holding physical securities. Earlier, the buyer would have to keep checking if the shares have been … Read more

DMPQ-What is Net Domestic Product?

Net domestic product (NDP) represents the net book value of all goods and services produced within a nation’s geographic borders over a specified period of time. Net domestic product provides insight into the age or obsolescence of a country’s assets, as well as how much the country has to spend to maintain its current GDP. After all, if the country … Read more

DMPQ- How the interest rate of the central bank of any nation affects foreign capital Investment in India?

The interest rate fluctuation impacts foreign investment in India. The developing countries like India tend to have a higher interest rate than those developed countries. The foreign investment institutes such as FIIs (Foreign Institutional Investors) borrow money from their domestic market at a low-interest rate and invest it in countries like India where the interest … Read more

DMPQ-What do you mean by Infrastructure? How does tagging of infrastructure status to Industry is beneficial. Name the Industries that are under infrastructure ambit.

Infrastructure is the term for the basic physical systems of a business or nation. Transportation, communication, sewage, water, and electric systems are all examples of infrastructure. These systems tend to be high-cost investments and are vital to a country’s economic development and prosperity. Grant of infrastructure status enables the industry to raise money from insurance … Read more

DMPQ- What are footloose industries?

Foot loose industries can be located in a wide variety of places. They are not dependent on any specific raw material, weight losing or otherwise. They largely depend on component parts which can be obtained anywhere. They produce in small quantity and also employ a small labour force. These are generally not polluting industries. The … Read more

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