Simply Save podcast | Can debt funds really assess credit risk? Coronavirus Essential podcast | Kerala see another wave of infections; MHA refutes lockdown 5.0 claims; SC takes note of migrant issue Taking Stock | Market rises for second day in a row; investors richer by nearly Rs 2 lakh cr in a day … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Essential podcast | RBI’s push to revive economy, does COVID-19 spread through corpses?
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Q) What are the important events and levels on Nifty which one should track in the coming week?A) The Nifty50 formed a Doji pattern on the daily charts and a ‘Hammer’ formation on the weekly scale after falling 1.2 percent for the week. After defending the psychologically important 9,000-mark, Nifty closed below 9,050. … [Read more...] about ‘Rate cut could benefit auto companies, watch out for Hero, Maruti Suzuki & Eicher Motor’
It depends on how long we are in lockdown and how much time the economy takes to recover from the shock. We are expecting the economy to contract by 3-4 percent in FY21. While first half of FY21 is likely to be very bad, we could see recovery in the second half. In this scenario, we don't anticipate severe pressure on banks after six months. However, if recovery takes longer and individuals and businesses still find it difficult to repay loans after the 6-month moratorium ends, we could witness rising NPAs and stress in the banking sector. … [Read more...] about ‘Need more stimulus with focus on GST cut, wage support, higher MNREGA spend’
With the coronavirus pandemic exacerbating the most vulnerable people’s financial struggles, the Spanish government has decided to implement what it’s calling a national minimum income, ensuring that people in the nation’s 850,000 lowest-income households receive at least roughly $500 a month in income. The plan aims to reach 2.3 million people and is expected to cost the government about €3 billion a year. … [Read more...] about Spain creates a universal minimum income targeted at 2.3 million people
Asked about limits to the Fed's crisis toolkit, for instance, Powell said there were few, noting that in fighting "an emergency of a nature we haven't really seen before ... we crossed a lot of red lines that had not been crossed before, and I am very comfortable that this is that situation where you do that." … [Read more...] about Fed’s Jerome Powell fears second coronavirus wave, reiterates crisis-fighting pledge