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Ease of doing business is an index of the ranking system of the world bank.

Asset reconstruction company is a specialised financial institution/ non-banking institution that are engaged in the business of purchasing ill assets/ non-performing assets of companies/banks.

Liquidity adjustment facility is a technique/tool of monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of India. It allows commercial banks to borrow from the Reserve Bank of India.

Atma Nirbhar Bharat scheme is also known as a self-reliant campaign introduced to domestic production and export and also to reduce dependence on imports.

Priority sector refers to  lending to those areas of the economy which are considered as backward and need specific attention of the government for the development of such areas.

P- note is a participatory note also known as PN.

Prompt corrective action or PCA is a framework under which banks with weak financial metrics are put under watch by the RBI.

Greenfield investment is a type of Foreign direct investment where the foreign investor makes equity investment in new projects of other countries.

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The stock market is a market where buyers and sellers gather to trade. That is, buy and sell stocks of listed companies

Are you keen to know about the process to land a job after pursuing Bachelor's of Accounting & Finance? Click to know the details!

NEFT stands for National Electronic Fund Transfer is a centralised payment system of India.

The Secondary market is the market in which securities that are being issued in the Primary market are traded by market participants.

In this article, we have listed below the top 10 BCom colleges in India based on ranking, faculty, campus and quality of education.

CBDC is a national digital currency or digital form of fiat currency of a country.

Consumer surplus is the difference between price consumers pay and what they would be willing to pay

Demand-pull inflation exists when aggregate demand for a good or service exceeds aggregate supply.

the cross elasticity of demand is the percentage change in the quantity demanded of commodity X to the percentage change in the price of its substitute/complement Y