Rebound in loan growth to 11.6% in February proves a blip Credit will revive once the cleaning up is over: Sundaram It's back to square one. Loan growth at Indian banks is slowing again, proving that a rebound seen in February was just a blip. Bloomberg, 5 days ago
Investors looking to put money in fixed income schemes could opt for debt funds that invest in short-term papers. After the rate cut on Monday, the RBI has cut a total of 150 basis points since the beginning of 2015 when rate easing began and fund ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
With the present rate cut, the RBI has cut a total of 150 basis points since the beginning of 2015 when rate easing began. Due to lower small savings and bank rates, many fixed income investors are looking to invest through fixed income mutual funds ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's clarification in the Budget for 2016-17 that mutual funds' income from pass through certificates or PTCs will not be taxed has ignited hope of a revival in demand for such securities after a dip in volumes in ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
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