Under the Indian income tax rules, international equity funds are categorised as non-equity funds. Consequently, they also took a hit when finance minister removed the option of 10% tax on capital gains before indexation. Now, they will be uniformly ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
With market boom in India, should you still bet on international funds? - Economic Times, 20 hours ago
Whether it's G-secs or corporate bonds, you can always buy them in the secondary market the same way you buy stocks Every time you go through the advertisement of a bond issue, do you keep a hawk's eye on its closing date? Suppose there is an ...Outlook India, 3 weeks ago
More than 115 schemes from debt and balanced fund category will have to ramp up their assets under management to comply with latest Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) directive on maintaining Rs 20 crore minimum assets under management ...Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
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