Mutual funds (MFs) could emerge as the biggest investors in domestic markets, says Deutsche Bank.It says domestic investors' flow into equities-mostly through MFs-could average Rs 140,000 crore ($20 billion) a year from 2018 to 2020. At their peak (between ... Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
Deutsche Bank expects the Sensex to climb only 8% in 2017 to 29,000, and expects high volatility. Dwindling foreign flows into the domestic market could mean lukewarm returns for investors in 2017. Deutsche Bank expects the Sensex to climb only eight per cent in 2017 to 29,000, and expects high volatility. In a conference, the brokerage's India equity strategists Abhay Laijawala and Abhishek Saraf shared their outlook for 2017. Outlook for 2017 As we look into the rest of the year, we don't see ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
By Nichola Saminather SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The initial reaction of Asian stock investors to Donald Trump's election victory was clear: sell, on worries his protectionist trade rhetoric could hurt the region's export economies. Long-term investors have since ...Sify, 2 weeks ago Asian investors see Trump stimulus sweet spot amid protectionism, inflation fears Sify, 2 months ago
Household investments in equities could touch USD 20 billion annually during the next three fiscal years, amid the ongoing structural shift in their savings, according to a Deutsche Bank report. "We estimate that in an optimistic scenario, households' annual ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
An initial public offering fromIndia's BSE Ltd, the country's second-biggest stock exchange,was well over-subscribed on the last day of the sale, helped byattractive valuations and expectations of robust growth forstocks in the coming years. The IPO, which is ...Sify, 1 month ago
Money managers have turned cautious about the technology space, discovers Chandan Kishore Kant.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com T he Rs 5 lakh crore equity mutual fund industry has raised its bets on the automobile sector, while information technology stocks seem to be losing some favour. Auto and auto ancillaries are the second biggest bets for IT companies with double-digit allocation of their total equity assets under management (AUM). Banking continues to remain the most preferred ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Expect more volatility in the coming year as the economy and markets price in the demonetisation drive, say Joydeep Ghosh and Sanjay Kumar Singh. Things were set to close on a pleasant note for most asset classes in 2016. Then November 8 happened. With old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes taken out of circulation, the picture changed completely for the retail investor. As we enter the last week of the calendar year, all the numbers look very different. Equity and equity mutual funds hit hard The ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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