> Delhi: 445> Tamil Nadu: 485> Kerala: 306> Rajasthan: 200> Uttar Pradesh: 227> Andhra Pradesh: 161> Telangana: 229> Karnataka: 144> Madhya Pradesh: 154> Gujarat: 105> Jammu and Kashmir: 92> West Bengal: 69> Haryana: 62> Punjab: 57> Bihar: 30> Assam: 24> Chandigarh: 18> Uttarakhand: 17> Ladakh: 14> Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 10> Chhattisgarh: 9> Goa: 6> Himachal Pradesh: 6> Odisha: 20> Puducherry: 5> Jharkhand: 2> Manipur: 2> Mizoram: 1> Arunachal Pradesh: 1 … [Read more...] about Coronavirus state-wise tally on April 4: Maharashtra reports most COVID-19 cases at 537, Tamil Nadu follows with 485
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• Historically, a decline of 60% has happened only once and lasted for 4 days – this is too rare• Historically, declines of 50% have been extremely short lived (2-4 months) and very rare• While you are always tempted to keep waiting for further declines to deploy your cash or a portion of your debt allocation into equities, given the current attractive valuations, a 40-50% decline levels is good enough to deploy a significant portion• That being said, we also need to factor in the case where the markets may recover even without hitting a 40% decline. … [Read more...] about Equity investment – should we invest all at once or in a staggered manner?
Last week, the bullish candlestick pattern called “piercing line” has been witnessed at the support level after the mild retracement. Also, during the phase of the recent sharp up move, the currency pair was trading far above from its 20 day moving average which acts as equilibrium for demand and supply in the short term. Recently prices have taken support at 20 DMA suggesting that resumption of the up move had been witnessed. … [Read more...] about USD/rupee may go up further towards 78; here’s how you can trade this week
You will see from the graph above as to how medium-tenure high-quality segments such as corporate bonds are showing signs of bouncing back faster, despite lower duration, than gilts.That leaves you with the medium time-frame and high-quality credit opportunities to beat the interest rate blues that you will soon see as deposit rates are further slashed. … [Read more...] about RBI rate cut: Debt fund categories that look attractive now