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SEBI tags 331 companies as shell firms, restricts trading activities

08 August, 2017

In an attempt to curb black money transactions, capital markets regulator SEBI has restricted trading activities of 331 companies. Now it’s on the companies to come out clean or be ready to face the consequences. Amid the chaotic situation it is the small investor who may suffer the most as there is a high possibility of these companies’ stock prices diving whenever they trade on stock markets.

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SEBI tags 331 companies as shell firms, restricts trading activities

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