IndiaNivesh shutters brokerage business
The 14-year brokerage has become the first casualty of the turmoil in the stock market over the past 40 days triggered by the global pandemic. The firm has shut down its PMS business called IndiaNivesh Small Cap (Sprout) last week.
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