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"It has been a challenging journey to get us to this stage, but we now look forward to starting work in partnership with all stakeholders to revive these plants and bring employment back. On a personal note, it is great to be investing in the country where my family began in the steel industry a generation ago," Gupta said. … [Read more...] about Sanjeev Gupta finally gets a presence in India, completes acquisition of Adhunik Metaliks
All these products are protein-for-protein the same as their naturally grown counterparts, but the environmental, economic, and ethical impact of creating them is significantly smaller. On the environmental and economic side of things, demand for meat, which is projected to grow by 10% to 100 pounds per person by 2030, is not remotely sustainable, not with livestock already consuming one-third of all grain worldwide, dominating agricultural land use, and, in the U.S., costing taxpayers $20 billion per year. And ethically speaking, the situation isn’t much better for the animals involved, who are all too often overfed, overworked, and overbred to the point of sickness or death. In other words, lab-grown animal products can offer an arresting alternative. … [Read more...] about Meet The Woman Sciencing The S&%t Out Of Lab-Grown Animal Products
Basic Services Demat Account (BSDA): Unlike Normal Demat Account, this one offers limited services to investors at lower costs. A BSDA Demat account is mainly intended for small investors who don't or can't invest regularly in stocks, bonds, ETFs etc. A criterion for BSDA is that you need to have only one single Demat account i.e the BSDA needs to be your only Demat account across all depositories. SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) felt that the majority of Demat account holders don’t really use their accounts as much as they should or for multiple purposes and are still ending up paying high maintenance fees. So, to help out such investors it came up with this account type. The Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC) structure for BSDA Demat accounts shall be on a slab basis on the value of the holding, which shall be determined by the DPs (HDFC Bank in this case) based on the daily closing price or NAV of the securities or units of mutual funds. If the value of holding in … [Read more...] about HDFC demat account: Its charges, account opening process, etc.
One can hold various investments like mutual funds, bonds, equity shares, and exchange-traded funds under one Demat account. Moreover, it is not essential that you should possess shares or balance to retain or open the Demat account. Also, there is the corporate advantage of bonus issues, rights share, stock split, etc. directly getting updated in the account. A Demat account retains certificates of financial instruments such as shares, stocks, bonds, index and gold, government securities, mutual funds, initial public offerings (IPOs), Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and non-convertible debentures (NCDs) which are traded on the exchanges. Unlike physical trading, there are no additional costs of stamp duty, handling charges, etc. involved when you are trading with a Demat account. … [Read more...] about Demat account opening: How to open demat account in India