On paper, it does not have a lock-in because it is listed on the stock exchange and anyone is free to buy or sell it. But it is designed like a ‘target maturity’ fund. In simple words, it will buy bonds that typically mature before or around the scheme's maturity (April 2025 and April 2031; the two new tranches being launched now). The two variants of Bharat Bond ETF are designed to benefit investors and give them returns commensurate to the underlying bonds in which these two instruments would invest in. But for this, it’s crucial that investors stay invested until the schemes’ maturities. In a way, Bharat Bond ETF is like a fixed maturity plan; you can exit it midway but it works best if you stay invested till maturity.Some debt funds are known to have taken credit risk. Will Bharat Bond ETF follow suit?A. … [Read more...] about Bharat Bond ETF second tranche to launch in July: All your questions answered
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"In a lot of ways what people were trying to look for was behaviour change which is the hardest change to make happen. Imagine ten years ago there was no Ola, Uber or Flipkart...many of these brands did not exist...you cannot imagine your daily life without them now... somebody had to subsidise their market creation," Khanna said justifying the move of VC firms who poured in millions of dollars in India. … [Read more...] about India’s startup ecosystem in a correction mode: Trifecta Capital
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Normally any tweet that glorifies violence would be deleted from the platform in its entirety. However, Trump’s tweet was instead only hidden because there is an exception to this policy that says “In very rare instances, we may decide that content is worthy of a public-interest exception if there is a more attenuated connection to actual violence, or if Twitter is the only source of the information.” … [Read more...] about Twitter hides Trump’s latest tweet about George Floyd because it ‘glorifies violence’