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Wealth management during crisis

Click & Collect: Ikea resumes online sales in Hyderabad

The company that has a retail store in Hyderabad and also sells products online in Mumbai, Hyderabad and Pune, had to shut down operations for more than 60 days due to the lockdown. It has yet to resume online sales in Mumbai and Pune.

Luxury cars bring attractive offers to encourage sales

The spec sheets are in real danger of being outdone by the swelling list of purchase offers.

Indian brokers take long view telling clients to write off year

With the outlook uncertain, some have even withdrawn hold ratings for stocks.

Microfinance lenders aim at repayment collection, restoring credit cycle amid rising stress

Microfinance leaders fear extended moratorium may increase stress and derail their robust credit discipline.

Kotak Mahindra Bank slashes interest rate by 0.50 pc on savings deposits

Kotak Mahindra Bank slashes interest rate by 0.50 pc on savings deposits

It can be noted that deposit rates across the system are dipping due to a combination of an interest rate lowering by the Reserve Bank of India and

Softer rate regime to impact guaranteed-return products

“Yields were in excess of 5% for guaranteed products with maturity of 10-15 years. These products will now have to be redrawn and repriced,” said Sandeep Ghosh, financial sector advisory leader, EY.

Pharma emerges as most preferred sector among MFs

Earnings downgrade in the sector is likely to be the lowest among all sectors.

One wound-up Franklin scheme ‘erroneously’ sold ICICI debt

The fund house said it has compensated the scheme for the erroneous trade.

Axis Trustee alleges Yes Bank sold AT1 bonds as ‘Super FDs’

The ongoing case between Axis Trustee and Yes is scheduled to come up for hearing in June.

No pension fund has made investments in bonds rated below AA: Supratim Bandyopadhyay, PFRDA

No pension fund has made investments in bonds rated below AA: Supratim Bandyopadhyay, PFRDA

Most pension fund managers follow their own investment guidelines which are stricter than what PFRDA has laid down, says PFRDA Chairman, Supratim Ba

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