While demand was in excess of Rs. 500 crore, the firm chose to make a first closing within two weeks to deploy money quickly as distressed opportunities become available
In this edition of Ideas for Profit, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra highlights the factors which investors should take note of.
The Department of Economic Affairs has worked out a draft proposal and is working on modalities
There are pockets in specific assets which are giving a better return than cash
Newbies need to realise that trading is a zero sum game, fraught with risk
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A Rs 20 lakh crore economic package did lift sentiment, but as the five-part plan was unveiled it fell woefully short on substance.
Economic uncertainty, falling valuations force some companies to give investors a greater say.
Due to disruptions in the global supply chain on account of the COVID-19 crisis, many foreign companies are looking to reduce their dependency on China and set up manufacturing facilities in other countries.
Struggling to survive the lockdown, startups have been left scrambling for funds as investors pull out at the last moment.
This method will help Franklin Templeton offload some of its securities faster, says FIFA
A good measure of when investors can receive their money back is by analysing the liquidity profile of the underlying assets in the 6 affected schemes. A liquidity profile is a measure of the maturity timelines of these assets. Assuming that all maturities and payments are honoured, here is a realistic timeline of how each scheme will repay the money.
Overall, with advancement in technologies, awareness and more investor education, we are witnessing a higher risk appetite this time compared to 2008.
To safeguard interests of investors, leading stock exchanges BSE and NSE have advised their members to take extra caution while trading in nearly 480 illiquid stocks.
Risk can be managed effectively by following some basic and simple rules of investing.
Slash and burn -- employees, research, marketing and capex -- may seem like a sensible approach to combat a recession. The research shows it may actually be counter productive.
But the U.S. government’s $2 trillion in fiscal stimulus, coming on top of unprecedented measures from the U.S. Federal Reserve and other central banks on Tuesday triggered one of the sharpest global equity market rallies in decades.
Cloudy market sentiment has made even the most aggressive investors cautious as fundraising takes a massive hit
HDFC, Kotak Mahindra Prime and SBI may buy shares at Rs 10 each and will jointly invest Rs 6,450 crore in the first tranche
The government is keen on involving private equity (PE) to keep the ‘nationalisation’ tag away from the Yes Bank rescue
This will effectively cut dividend tax on those in the higher income bracket from 43 percent to 20 percent, sources say
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The Reserve Bank's action came after the Rana Kapoor-promoted bank failed to raise capital to address potential loan losses.
While the shift from China has usually been toward ASEAN countries, Balasubramanian feels that India’s telecom industry may see immediate benefits
Sales value of the unreported transactions was computed at Rs 99,000 crore, while value of the under-reported transactions exceed Rs 4 lakh crore