As bond scare lingers on, investors look to US Fed's Powell
The spectre of high US bond yields also undermined low-yielding, safe-haven assets, such as the yen, the Swiss franc and gold.
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Shriram City Union Finance may seek investor for housing unit
India is seeing strong demand for home loans after the central bank slashed borrowing costs and as the economy reopens from lockdowns.
Brokerage glitches add to investors’ anger and losses
Several traders and investors took to social media with the country’s largest broker Zerodha bearing the maximum brunt of their anger. Traders complained they took positions during opening trades on Monday but were unable to exit, causing losses.
China shares bounce; investors shrug off factory growth slowdown
At 0708 GMT, the yuan was quoted at 6.464 per U.S. dollar, 0.06% firmer than the previous close of 6.4681.
Warren Buffett says fixed-income investors face bleak future
Buffett said US treasury yields have fallen 94 per cent from the 15.8 per cent yield available in September 1981.
Bill Miller's strategy to outperform the broader market consistently
Investment icon Bill Miller says investors should not just buy companies that are cheap statistically but should also look for undervalued companies that can actually earn decent returns and happen to be cheap temporarily for a variety of reasons.
Bears may continue to rule as investors wake up to a new risk
According to analysts, bond market fears over inflation are a strong hint to the stock investors about rich market valuations, which the latter cannot shrug off easily.
Zerodha faces investor fury after NSE glitch
Hundreds of traders who bought stocks via Zerodha, dubbed the Robinhood platform of India, voiced concern on Twitter, with many posting pictures showing portfolio losses due to trades squared off by the broker.
Indian retail investors dabble in stocks directly, ditching mutual funds
Domestic investors have withdrawn 275 billion rupees ($3.80 billion) from equity mutual funds in the year to Feb. 16, according data from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), after dumping a total of 545 billion rupees in 2020.
India returns many notches above the rest for global investors
India received portfolio flows worth $6 billion since the beginning of the calendar, and ETIG compilation of Bloomberg data showed.
Investors sell crypto assets on ban, tax fears
Many exchanges feel it could just be a blip on the radar and cryptocurrency is now seen as a long-term investment.
Nifty slips below 15,000: What kept investors on the edge this week
Concerns over the recent rise in US bond yields, which is feared to dim the appetite for equities, have kept investors on the edge.
Stuck Franklin MF investors to be repaid partly this week
On the night of April 23 last year, Franklin MF had announced that the six debt funds would be closed down and it would return money to the investors. The process was delayed by several court cases, with the SC finally clearing the way for distribution of part of the funds that the six schemes had as of January 15 this year.