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Corona-age investing: start ups, shut downs and reboots…

Corona inflicted economic slowdown might affect the risk-appetite of not just PE funds and institutional investors but it may also affect conventional creditors like banks and NBFCs.

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Don’t let coronomics spoil your dosanomics

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If you want to earn an extra buck in interest, without losing any sleep, you may consider some top-quality corporate fixed deposit options over the conventional bank FDs.

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Feel no guilt with gilt funds…

Gilt Funds

Before you jump the gun and put your money in gilt funds it’s time to assess the potential of gilt funds more closely.

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What’s behind the RBI’s rate cut?

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A situation of sluggish business activity coupled with low inflation is a textbook scenario for interest rate cuts.

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Banks likely to make huge gains on bonds as RBI cuts rates.

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When interest rates fall, bank stocks rise. The Bank Nifty index rose 4 per cent in the month before the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) meeting on January 29 where it cut the rate at which it lends to banks by 25 basis points or bps. Let’s look at the complex relationship between banks and interest rates and see which

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RBI cuts repo by 25 bps; CRR unchanged.

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  The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday cut its key lending rate by a quarter of a percentage point in an attempt to prop up growth in the slowing economy, drawing comfort from wholesale price inflation staying under 7%. The apex bank kept the cash reserve ratio (CRR) unchanged. RBI lowered the repo rate, at which it lends

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