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Cauvery meet: States favour 'scheme' to implement apex court o...

The Centre on Friday asked Cauvery basin states to submit their suggestions on structure and functions of the proposed mechanism to implement the Supreme Court order on allocation of water. At a meeting convened by Union Water Resources secretary U P Singh to ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

Rural, infra spaces may see momentum in next few quarters

Valuations are a function of sentiments, interest rates (and hence P/E ratios) and earnings trajectory. Though our market looks sli­ghtly overvalued for the time being, if inflation and interest rates come under control around June /July and the US 10-year ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

3 Things That Your Robo-Advisor Will Never Tell You

Posted by Equitymaster Millennials are tech savvy. Therefore, any business that wishes to service and retain their loyalties is increasing its digital presence. The financial industry is not immune to this trend; rather it's a step ahead. It is on the cusp of ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago
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How RBI can prevent PNB-like frauds

If the RBI had done the right things, these mistakes would not have happened in banks, public or private, says Ajay Shah. Photograph: Reuters A certain minimal state capacity in bank regulation and supervision is required, and we are repeatedly discovering this is absent. Some people see this as a question of public versus private banking. Private banks in India also have major difficulties with non-performing assets (NPAs), which suggests that the common factor of banking regulation is the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Finally, Urijit Patel opens up on banking frauds, crony capitalism and the RBI's limited authority

The over $ 2-billion-dollar Punjab and National Bank (PNB) scam involving Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi had led to many questioning the Reserve Bank of India's failure to stop the misuse of the SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) ...
 Sify1 month ago

Frauds erode trust in banking system & its relevance

Instead of multi-baggers, investors should focus on investing in great businesses in a fast growing industry with dynamic managements and hold them for a longer term, said Tarun Birani , founder and CEO TBNG Capital Advisors, in an interview with Sangeetha G ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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ULIPs vs MFs: Where should you invest?

While there's tax arbitrage advantage in ULIPs now, experts say investors should prefer mutual funds for long-term savings.Joydeep Ghosh and Tinesh Bhasin report. From April 1, a seller of unit-linked insurance plans (ULIPs) will be able to make a stronger pitch to the potential customer -- no long-term capital gains (LTCG) tax on investing. The Union Budget 2018 has imposed an LTCG tax of 10 per cent on investors in stock markets who sell their shares after one year. However, it has kept ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

LTCG Tax Breaks The Spine Of Bulls. Will Bears Have A Last Laugh?

Posted by Equitymaster You may have come across people telling you about their losses in equity, but seldom does anyone share their own success stories in the stock market. We often refer to the success stories of legendary investors, don't we? Corporates ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago
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