|India-MCX IPO to open tomorrow-first bourse to hit capital market-continued|
|February 21, 2012--India's largest commodity bourse MCX will hit the capital market tomorrow with an estimated Rs 663 crore initial public offer (IPO), pursuant to with it would become the country's first ever exchange to get listed.|
|The bidding for shares in the IPO -- the first in the year 2012 -- will open tomorrow and close on February 24, MCX Managing Director and CEO Lemon Rutten told journalists here.
The price band of the IPO has been fixed in the range of Rs 860 to Rs 1032 per share, with a face value of Rs 10 each.
|Source: Economic Times|
|Asia ETP News|
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China was the world's largest economy in 1820-and is the second largest economy today
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|World Bank-India Development Update-June 2016|
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|Mrs Watanabe bets on robots to rule|
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|China snubs MSCI after 'A' shares denied inclusion in index|
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|Hang Seng Indexes Licenses Mirae to Use|
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|IMF-Thailand : Selected Issues|
|June 8, 2016--SPILLOVERS FROM CHINA
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|Human Capital Outlook: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)|
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