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Open-Ended Schemes

Mutual fund schemes that continuously offer new units to the public are called open-ended schemes. They offer units for sale without specifying any duration for redemption.

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Mutual Fund AUM falls for third-straight month in Jan

05-02-2016| Source:PTI

Assets base of the country's mutualfund industry dropped to Rs 12.74 lakh crore at the end ofJanuary, making it the third consecutive monthly decline, dueto lower investment in equity schemes.

Wipro share transfer: Sebi exempts Premji firm from open offer

03-02-2016| Source:PTI

Hasham Investment and Trading Company Pvt Ltd, owned by Azim Premji Trustee Company, had sought exemption from making an open offer with respect to proposed acquisition of shares of Wipro Ltd through

Global weakness indicates weak opening for Nifty

03-02-2016| Source:Moneycontrol.com

Sharp cuts were seen in the global markets, with US market ending sharply lower on back of oil price crash and weak earnings. The major indices fell nearly 1.8 percent.

The MGNREGA decade: Hits, misses & road ahead  

02-02-2016| Source:CNBC-TV18

As NREGA completes 10 years, a longer lifespan than most rural development schemes, Nikhil Dey, Co-Convenor, National Campaign for People's Right to Information (NCPRI) answers some of the key

Disciplined approach to investing can make you wealthier

25-01-2016| Source:Moneycontrol.com

By the end of the first month, most new year resolutions disappear. It is the right time to decide on the appropriate course of action that one would like to take.

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