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Franklin India High Growth Companies Fund: Making hay while th...

The fund increases exposure to mid- and small-cap stocks when it gets an opportunity The market seems to have found its feet again after the demonetisation blues. But uncertainties remain both on the local and global fronts. A multi-cap fund with the freedom ... Business Line, 2 weeks ago

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India-focused funds saw $2.5 billion flow out in 2016

Except for September quarter, which had net inflows of $196 million, all other quarters had outflows. The year 2016 was the year of outflows for India-focused offshore funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs). After witnessing robust inflows of $2.5 billion in 2014 and $4.3 billion in 2015, the category saw net outflows of $2.5 billion in 2016. Except for the September quarter (net inflows of $196 million), all other quarters witnessed net outflows, data from Morningstar India shows. December saw ...
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Want to play safe in 2017? Bet on banks

Stocks of ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda and HDFC Bank are among the top banking picks of analysts for 2017. A decline in cost of funds and treasury gains are expected to help stabilise their net interest margins, analysts tell Hamsini Karthik. Despite the Reserve Bank of India spelling out a weak outlook for banks in its recently published Financial Stability Report, market experts continue to repose faith in banking stocks. The recent correction adds support to ...
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Can Indian markets absorb FII selling?

A lot hinges on domestic investors for Indian equities to hold up, reports Hamsini Karthik. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com What gathered momentum through the course of the year lost steam as two critical events -- Donald Trump winning the US presidential election and demonetisation -- played out in November. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs), which were largely buyers of Indian equities, started reducing their exposure to India significantly. While this strategy is in tandem with ...
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Plan to send your child to US for studies? Invest in feeder funds now

US-based feeder funds from India invest into their parent company's fund, which is domiciled in the US. Investors can invest in rupees, which is then converted into dollars. The dollars are re-converted into rupees during redemption, says Ashley Coutinho. Image used for representational purpose only. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters. The surge in US equities and the sharp depreciation in the Indian rupee against the dollar post Donald Trump's victory in the US elections have boosted the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

What If Your Mutual Fund Scheme Stops Accepting Fresh Investments?

Posted by Equitymaster Why would any company abruptly discontinue selling a high-value product? Sounds bizarre. However, a few mutual fund houses have been cautiously refraining from promoting some of their best-performing schemes. Why? They believe that it's ...
 Equitymaster.com2 days ago
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How to pick winning mutual funds

'To ensure you remain with the better performers, you need to consistently monitor your MF portfolios and weed out the non-performers, even if they are from a star fund manager or a fund house with a sound record,' says Tinesh Bhasin.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com With leadership positions changing every few years, betting on their past performance is not the best strategy If you were to choose between a mutual fund (MF) that gave 24 per cent annualised returns for 20 years and a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Mr optimist

Nilesh Shah came to the capital markets purely by accident. The soft-spoken and articulate managing director of the Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company, who has over 25 years of experience in capital markets and knows all there is to know, is quite candid ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Staying selective amid uncertainties

As an eventful 2016 is coming to an end for the equity market, 2017 is set to bring in new challeĀ­nges. With a series of economic and political events lined up in the global and domeĀ­stic arena, fund managers and equity investors are likely to be cautious ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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