"Global stocks were mixed following record infections in the US, which led to worries of delayed global economic recovery, while Indian markets worried about record cases of infections and increasing localized lockdowns. However, on a weekly basis, the benchmark indices gained around 1.5%," Vinod Nair, Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services told Moneycontrol. … [Read more...] about Taking Stock: Profit-booking hits D-St; Nifty below 10,800 but rallies 1.5% for the week
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A wrong business decision, project, or failed market entry is rarely tolerated by a large company. There could be leadership changes, more with a view to cover the wounds from a wrong decision, than. Young ventures have the agility to cut an infected limb even if it’s painful, than simply dressing it up. … [Read more...] about Why a Big Bazaar will never be able to beat a Flipkart
Set in a patriarchal world of the near future, this is a chilling dystopian fable in which women have to wash their hands every hour. If they fail to do so, they are made to suffer by washing the laundry of the entire neighbourhood. Reportedly, detergent and sanitiser companies are in a bidding war to sponsor the forthcoming TV adaptation. … [Read more...] about Novel coronavirus novels that have remained unwritten
The structure of this ETF is its main selling point. The Bharat Bond ETF will continue to be a channel for a large cluster of state-owned firms that need to borrow. This is aimed at improving the liquidity of the underlying securities, although these are early days and any positive results may still come quite later. The corporate bond market, where non-convertible debentures and other debt instruments are issued by companies, remains fairly illiquid. That is, there aren’t enough buyers and sellers of these securities. … [Read more...] about Bharat Bond ETF-Series II: A Safe option, but should you invest?
- Just like the first tranche of December 2019, the second tranche will be offered in two variants: a 10-year ETF that will mature in April 2031 (Bharat Bond ETF April 2031) and a five-year product that will mature in April 2025 (Bharat Bond ETF April 2025). The two maturities will help meet the interests of both short-term and long-term investors. … [Read more...] about Bharat Bond ETF: Subscription for second tranche opens July 14; all your questions answered