RELIANCE GILT SECURITIES FUND GROWTH
Stocks in the news: Infibeam Avenues, IndusInd Bank, Tata Motors, Britannia, Voda Idea and RIL
IndusInd Bank registered lukewarm performance on credit with loans and advances growing a meagre 2% to nearly Rs 2 lakh crore at the end of the September quarter,
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Recovery in India’s GDP to be gradual, may call for further stimulus, say analysts
"The GDP contraction numbers are much worse than expected and clearly shows the economic recovery expectations are slower than believed."
Funds find IT companies best placed to weather storm, hike allocations
IT companies offer relative earnings comfort coupled with solid balance sheets, cash flow, return on equity and pay-out metrics in the current volatile and disruptive times, according to analysts.
Sell Info Edge, target price Rs 2,135: ICICI Securities
The brokerage expects overall revenues to decline by 9% in FY21.
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The 50-share index lost 135 points, or 1.12 per cent, for the week to end at 11,921.
Among FMCGs, Dabur could prove to be a dark horse: Naveen Kulkarni, Reliance Securities
There is an investment case in Dabur from a medium- to long-term perspective.
It is better to buy smallcaps via mutual funds: Arun Thukral, Axis Securities
We are neutral on energy space and asking investors to keep away from NBFCs.
Little room available for fiscal stimulus: RBI report
For states, fiscal outcome for 2018-19 may continue to be influenced by farm loan waivers.
First Indian equities ETF launched in Australia
Listed on the Australian Securities Exchange with the code NDIA, the ETF will provide Australian investors an opportunity to tap into the world’s fastest-growing major economy.
Short duration mutual funds are the best for most investors, says R Sivakumar, Axis Mutual Fund
Most Axis debt funds across categories have been performing well in the last one year.
First-time investors can look at these mutual funds for long term
Investors, who were waiting on the sidelines for the uncertainty to recede, are now looking to deploy their cash. But, valuations remain steep.
Advisors bat for SIPs in gilts to ride out the interest rate cycle
Peakout in yields likely over next one year, so investing now and holding for 2-3 years can give good and safe returns, they say.
Tata Mutual Fund to merge two schemes. Should investors exit?
The move is in line with the new Sebi norms for the re-categorisation of mutual funds.