The Nifty is down for the third consecutive day amid negative global cues.
Offshore funds of Indian MFs can now invest as FPIs.
Covered up liabilities of over Rs 2.6K cr, advances of Rs 4.8K cr
The market breadth was tilted in favour of the sellers. On the BSE, 918 shares rose and 1,524 shares fell.
Further, an order from the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has been received recently approving the scheme, he added.
The Nifty 50 fell 4.98 per cent in July F&O series, the worst since October 2018 when it declined 13.3 per cent.
Players moving into the space with Govt/PE funding.
The regulator also proposed to further strengthen and clarify the role of audit committees of listed firms
Financials (including Banks) and Aviation were back in favour.
In case of the retail outlets, the company has retained the Essar's brand name.