|Indian gold ETF investment doubled last year- and set to surge this-continued|
|As investors in India look to bolster their investment portfolio and look for options outside the stock market, demand for ETFs that invest in gold doubled in 2011 and is forecast to rise further in 2012.|
February 27, 2012--Banks dealing in bullion and importing houses in India might have put the brakes on importing gold in the country, but Indian investors just cannot keep away from gold.
|If not in the physical form in terms of jewellery, gold biscuits or gold coins, small investors, corporate houses in India and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have decided to go the a stage further and invest in paper gold.
The country's purchase of gold electronic traded funds (ETFs) doubled in 2011 as corporates and SMEs invested heavily in what has been termed by retailers a traditional favourite of wealthy individuals and higher middle class households in India.
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|3 predictions for the Australian ETF industry in 2017|
|February 1, 2017--With assets under management at an all-time high, and increasingly more widespread use of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), the Australian ETF industry came of age in 2016, and continues to follow in the footsteps of more mature markets around the globe.|
|January 31, 2017--ETF Industry thrives in a volatile year
The global ETF industry had another record year in 2016, receiving its highest ever level of net inflows (US$389B) and reaching over US$3.5T in assets under management (approximately 16% year on year growth)1.
|Robo-advisers look to tame China's investors|
|January 29, 2017--Fintech ventures plan to introduce portfolio management to group that moves as a herd.|
|World Gold Council-India's gold market: evolution and innovation|
|January 23, 2017--In 2015 India was the world's fast growing economy; in recent years millions have been lifted out of poverty and India's middle class has swelled.|
|Huge IPO share price 'pops' raise questions in HK|
|January 23, 2017--Trend suggests junior GEM market is being used as a back door to main exchange.|
|IMF Working paper-Indian Financial Sector: Structure, Trends and Turns|
|January 20, 2017--This paper traces the story of Indian financial sector over the period 1950-2015. In identifying the trends and turns of Indian financial sector, the paper adopts a three period classification viz.,(a) the 1950s and 1960s, which exhibited some elements of instability associated with laissez faire but underdeveloped banking; (b) the 1970s and 1980s that experienced the process of financial development across the country under government auspices, accompanied by a degree of financial repression; and (c) the period since the 1990s till date, that has been characterized by gradual and calibrated financial deepening and liberalization.|