The Telangana government is following and adapting to evolving COVID-19 treatment methods and protocols, Rao reportedly said. “This is a two-week disease. Full recovery is possible in two weeks. Symptomatic treatment in the first week, along with HCQ tablets, is giving good results. The government is keeping all its doctors across the state updated on the protocols. Using these methods, we are controlling the death rate from the disease in the state,” Rao added. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Update | COVID-19 cases in Hyderabad to fall by August-end, says health official
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Joseph Thomas, Head of Research at Emkay Wealth Management, said the outflow may stabilise over the next few months. "While we may see the current trend continuing in the shorter term, the course may be steadied on the availability of more macro data in the coming months." … [Read more...] about Mutual funds bought 10 stocks and exited 9 in July, do you own any?
A: We are very positive about the emergence of a self-regulatory structure for mutual fund distributors. An entity empowered with the development and regulation of distributors will help increase trust and confidence towards this industry in the country. Also, it will help distributors represent their viewpoints in a cohesive manner to the regulator. For the investor, the likely adoption of best practices and institutionalising of codes of conduct for distributors will ensure that they (the investors) get consistent, good quality advice for their investments. … [Read more...] about Investors have turned cautious due to debt crisis in MF industry, says FundsIndia Founder
"The Asset Management Company proposes to create a segregated portfolio of securities DHFL held by captioned schemes immediately after expiry of mandatory load free exit period of 30 days, subject to approval by Trustee of Tata Mutual Fund. Ongoing subscription in these schemes has already been suspended," said Tata Mutual Fund in a press release. … [Read more...] about DHFL Crisis: With mutual funds on wait-and-watch for payments, will SEBI step in?
Under the income/debt categories, credit risk funds saw the highest drop of 11,800 folios in May. Investors seem to have stayed off credit risk funds following numerous credit events, indicating a sharp decline in their risk appetite. This is also evident from the outflows registered in this category. … [Read more...] about Mutual funds add 5.5 lakh folios in May; liquid funds lead; equity funds hit