Capital Market Instruments: Stamp Duty

Capital Market Instruments: Stamp Duty

  • Capital markets are places where savings and investments are channelled between the suppliers who have capital and those who are in need of capital.
  • The entities that have capital include retail and institutional investors while those who seek capital are businesses, governments, and people.
  • The financial instruments used in capital markets include stocks and bonds, but the instruments used in the money markets include deposits, collateral loans, acceptances, and bills of exchange.
  • Capital Markets acts as a platform that enables investors holding capital.
  • Companies raise capital either through equity or debt mode.
  • Here is an article on the Government’s move to bring uniformity in stamp duty on transfer of capital market instruments across.

Author: Admin Bankedge

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