>> The major advantage of the right issue is - the existing shareholder of the company has right to receive shares on a particular ratio set by the company. In case of Reliance Industries, the entitlement ratio is 1:15, one rights equity share for every 15 equity shares held by existing shareholders) at a discount to the current market price. … [Read more...] about Explainer | What is a Rights Entitlement? And How to participate in it?
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The measures announced are great from a structural perspective, with supply- side issues being addressed in a great manner. The sheer magnitude of the shift is quite noteworthy and can change the paradigm of the way the country can benefit from evolving trends like (a) shifting of global supply chains (b) opening up of the agri-sector distribution that could help farmers fetch a better realisation for their produce (c) inviting increased participation of private sector and foreign players in critical sectors like defence, mining, etc. At the same time, measures that have been announced have also been particularly targeted to support the most disadvantaged sections of society, ie the SMEs/MSMEs in the corporate sector, labour and farm sector among individuals. … [Read more...] about ‘Return to normal in financials a fair way off; SIP to remain strong if fewer jobs are lost’
We have advise our existing shareholder/investors to exercise the rights and 'subscribe' to the issue offered by RIL which is similar to that of investing in a company future growth and remain invested in the stock for at least 2-3 years to see the benefit colouring. Availing right just because the offer is at discount to market price is not the only parameter to consider. Investors should also look at factors such as growth prospects and the reason behind the company's decision to come out with a rights issue and so on. … [Read more...] about ‘Investors can look at RIL Rights Issue offer as an opportunity given growth prospects in Jio, Retail’
Additional measures could come in the form of a one-time restructuring facility for all corporate borrowers or further relaxation in NPA recognition norms. Banks may be asked to lend more with less stringent rules. The desperation may push banks to overlook the creditworthiness of some of the weaker borrowers. So far, the RBI’s liquidity shots have not reached the small-sized borrowers. The biggest disadvantage the central bank faces right now is the lack of support from the government in the form of effective fiscal side measures to boost demand. Monetary measures cannot alone lift the economy from the mess it is in now. Much of the economic package announced by the government is also loans and interest subventions. Loans aren’t free money. It needs to be paid back to lenders and in the absence of demand, the RBI will be forced to come up with more band-aid measures. … [Read more...] about RBI responds well, but its actions are band-aid solutions sans fiscal steps to boost demand
It’s precisely this “unskilled labor”—those humans in the warehouses, the grocery store clerks, the cleaning staff at hospitals, the people fulfilling your packages now that you can’t easily go to the store—that is currently keeping our economy going. While Bray’s letter never uses the exact term “essential workers,” it makes clear how essential they are to Amazon’s functioning in a manner that would have been unrecognizable from a Silicon Valley executive just six months ago. … [Read more...] about We can’t let Amazon’s essential workers become invisible again