Regulations
Cabinet approves changes to Companies Act

The cabinet approved "doing away with the requirement of filing a declaration by a company before commencement of business or exercising its borrowing powers," a cabinet communique said.

 

To make it easy to do business in India, the union cabinet on Wednesday rationalised certain documentation procedures required for companies.
 
The cabinet approved "doing away with the requirement of filing a declaration by a company before commencement of business or exercising its borrowing powers," a cabinet communique said.
 
It also approved "rationalizing the procedure for laying draft notifications granting exemptions to various classes of companies or modifying provisions of the Act in Parliament," the statement added.
 
These amendments to the Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2014 "will address issues related to ease of doing business and put in place a speedier process for approval of draft notifications for providing exemptions etc. from specific provisions of the Act to a class of companies," the ministry of corporate affairs said in a statement here.
 

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Indian market trends

The Sensex and the Nifty fell 3% and 4%, respectively, during the fortnight ended 22nd April. ML Large-cap Index and ML Mega-cap Index declined 5% and 6%, respectively. ML Mid-cap Index and ML Micro-cap Index fell 3% each. 

 

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Fund flows
Foreigners: Foreign institutional investors were net buyers of stocks (Rs14,706.66 crore). They bought shares worth Rs52,774.10 crore.
 
Indians: Domestic institutional investors were net buyers of stocks (Rs3,036.34 crore). They bought shares worth Rs14,714.58 crore.
 

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