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No need to panic on Trump, Brexit impact long-term: NASSCOM

No need to panic on Trump, Brexit impact long-term: NASSCOM

IT body NASSCOM on Thursday said that the industry needs to wait and watch, rather than panic, on the outcome of the US Presidential elections, though it warned of lasting impact of 'Brexit' on India.

Japanese investors keen to invest in India's infra growth story: Arun Jaitley

Japanese investors keen to invest in India's infra growth story: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday that Japanese investors including conglomerate SoftBank have shown keen interest in investing in India's "infrastructure growth story.”

India's fundamentals strong to attract investment: Govt

India's fundamentals strong to attract investment: Govt

Finance Ministry on Wednesday said India will continue to attract investments because of the inherent strength and the return it offers to investors.

Sebi proposes allowing depositories to distribute cash benefit

Sebi proposes allowing depositories to distribute cash benefit

To make it easier for investors to get dividend and redemption payments on a fast-track basis, regulator Sebi on Monday proposed new norms to allow depositories to distribute all securities market related cash benefits.

 

Equity MFs see first outflow in 2 years in March at Rs 1,370 crore

Equity MFs see first outflow in 2 years in March at Rs 1,370 crore

Equity mutual funds witnessed an outflow of Rs 1,370 crore in March, making it the first pull out in two years amid profit booking.

India assures investors of predictable policies

India assures investors of predictable policies

India on Friday said it will follow predictable policies and address various investor issues including taxation, while inviting Future Fund, Australia's Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF), and others to invest in the country.

Cautious Yellen drives world stocks near 2016 peaks

World stocks climbed near the highest levels this year on Wednesday as investors rowed back expectations for how fast and how far US  interest rates might rise, bruising the dollar and boosting sovereign bonds. 

HDFC Mutual Fund compensates investors of front-running losses

HDFC Mutual Fund compensates investors of front-running losses

Nearly nine years after a major front-running case at HDFC Mutual Fund, the leading fund house has begun compensating those investors who had suffered losses due to the manipulative activity of its then equities dealer

Narendra Modi govt's record "mixed" despite rolling out red carpet for investors, experts tell lawmakers

Narendra Modi govt's record "mixed" despite rolling out red carpet for investors, experts tell lawmakers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government record after completion of over two years in power has been "mixed" as despite doing its best to roll out a red carpet for investors, it preferred caution over boldness, an American expert on India has told lawmakers.

MFs add 53 lakh folios in FY'16; small cities' share on rise

MFs add 53 lakh folios in FY'16; small cities' share on rise

Gaining traction, the number of mutual fund investor accounts in the current fiscal have grown by over 53 lakh, with almost half of them coming from smaller towns.

Don't chase only returns: Sebi to MFs on debt paper exposure

Don't chase only returns: Sebi to MFs on debt paper exposure

Cautioning mutual funds against investing in debt securities that could turn sour, Sebi has told them they should not "chase only returns".

India exposed to global risks, could be off investors radar: Nomura

India exposed to global risks, could be off investors radar: Nomura

The Indian stock market will remain vulnerable to global risks and the country could be off the investors' radar until the health of corporate earnings growth revives, says a Nomura report.

'Make-in-India Week' in Mumbai from February 13 to woo investors

Government will organise a week-long 'Make-in-India' event in Mumbai beginning February 13 to showcase India's potential in the manufacturing sector and woo foreign investors.

India changing tax laws for stability, predictability: FM Jaitley

India changing tax laws for stability, predictability: FM Jaitley

India is gradually transforming most of its taxation laws for a greater degree of stability and predictability, finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday, stressing that the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a major step in this direction.

Gold ETFs record Rs 900 crore outflow in 2015; AUM down 20%

Investors continued to pull out money from gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) last year and withdrew close to Rs 900 crore, shrinking asset base of such products by around 20 percent.

 

Mutual funds pump in $11 billion in stocks; plan to remain bullish

Mutual funds pump in $11 billion in stocks; plan to remain bullish

Taking advantage of low valuations, domestic mutual funds pumped in a staggering USD 11 billion in the stock market during 2015 and plan to remain bullish in the New Year to maximise the returns for their investors.

Investors exit gold ETFs for 3rd year, Rs 845 crore gone in 2015

The gold ETFs saw a net outflow of Rs 845 crore in January-November of this year, down from an outflow of Rs 1,651 crore in the entire 2014.

Stocks fail investors' faith in 2015; Gold also no good

Stocks fail investors' faith in 2015; Gold also no good

In a double-whammy for investors, the two major asset classes -- stocks and gold -- failed to generate positive returns in 2015.

India teams up with Ernst & Young to woo Chinese investors

India teams up with Ernst & Young to woo Chinese investors

India in collaboration with a multi-national professional services giant Monday organised an event in China's financial capital Shanghai focussing on potential business initiatives, including the Make in India campaign, to woo Chinese investors.

This Diwali to Next Diwali: How Well Market Will Perform?

Know how markets will perform from this Diwali to next Diwali in this special episode of This Diwali to Next Diwali.