Global manufacturing and trade are experiencing a sharp slowdown. The risk being contemplated is whether this starts percolating into services.
While the reactive nature of the regulator has been noted by one and all, the impact of the Sebi's move decisions shall be felt in the coming months post implementation of the above decisions.
From a bond market standpoint, the focus should remain on quality rates (sovereign, SDL, AAA) as preferred vehicles to play the current macro environment.
Earnings growth, which is key to market performance, is likely to remain robust over the next two years. The same provides us comfort in remaining constructive on the markets.
The mutual fund industry’s total AUM increased 4.2% MoM (INR1.0t) to INR24.8t in Apr’19, primarily led by inflows in income and debt oriented schemes.
Asset managers on Thursday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should focus on ways to boost investments and also the "soft" private consumption. The industry welcomed Modi's win for a second term, saying this will ensure policy certainty.
Mutual funds can now invest in exchange traded commodity derivatives, except those on sensitive commodities, according to Sebi. To boost participation of mutual funds in the commodities market, the watchdog has allowed them to invest in Exchange Traded Commodity Derivatives with certain restrictions.
The first 100 companies in terms of market capitalization will be called as Large Cap Stocks. 101st to 250th company in terms of market capitalization will be called as Mid Cap Stocks and the companies from 251st onwards will be called as Small Cap Stocks.
Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal Thursday claimed that anti-BJP votes have been deleted across India at an "unprecedented scale".