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Here's why every Indian millennial needs a credit card

Having grown up in an era of digital adoption and consumerist culture, millennials often have the luxury of choice and the feeling of instant gratification.

 
 
Investors who are not directly exposed to the market or not able to take disciplinary action for stock investment, SIPs provide a smart way to grow wealth.
The Indian benchmark indices opened with deep cuts as the Sensex plunged over 150 points in the red and the Nifty50 retreated from yesterday's record high level.
Indian benchmark indices opened flat, with a negative bias, tracking muted global cues.
Punjab National Bank posted their Q4 earnings with a Net Profit of Rs 261.9 crore with a strong loan book growth and asset quality improvement.
Indian markets ended the day in the red led by losses in Asian Paints and Yes Bank.
 
 
The bourses were tracking a rebound from global markets. In the domestic front, investors cheered the GST Council for finalising rates of 1,211 goods.
Sensex ended the day 76.17 pts higher at new closing peak of 30,658.77 while the Nifty gained 13.50 pts to record a closing of  9,525.75.
Indian markets extended their rally all through the day to closing as investors remained bullish about the prospects of a good monsoon.
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