The objective of the scheme is to invest in a portfolio of equity/equity related securities and debt and money market instruments with a view to generate reasonable income with moderate capital appreciation, a company statement said. Money Control, 1 month ago
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State-owned insurance firms, including behemoth LIC, have made huge gains of thousands of crores of rupees with significant investments in cigarette maker ITC even as private insurers and mutual funds have turned ‘responsible’ by drastically cutting their ...The Financial Chronicle, 6 days ago
There is scarcely a corporate family in India, which is not at loggerheads. It is far from uncommon to see brothers take on brothers in an all out game of financial one-upmanship and territorial acquisition. Some partings are amicable, some others come ...The Financial Chronicle, 4 weeks ago
The finance ministry has asked state-owned banks to prepare a list of their non-core assets and sell them off at an opportune time. The move would help lenders raise capital and allow them to focus on their core businesses. All PSU banks, including SBI, PNB, ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago Exit non-core businesses: Finmin to banks The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Government holds stake in 51 companies, both listed and unlisted, through the Specified Undertaking of Unit Trust of India, or SUUTI. Of these, 43 companies are listed on the stock exchanges and eight companies are unlisted. But government enjoys notable ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
'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.com, 2 months ago
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