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Diksha Ramesh
New Delhi, February 14, 2017
Short-term funds are best for low-risk appetite investors who seek quick gains and steady flow of income without bothering about the daily movements in the bond markets.
by Mahesh Nayak
Delhi, Edition:February 26, 2017

Leo Puri has a plan to help UTI AMC get its mojo back. But it may be difficult to make it work.

by Nevin John
Delhi, Edition:February 12, 2017

The Budget needs to increase public spending on infrastructure to revive economic activity.

Diksha Ramesh
New Delhi, January 13, 2017
If you are a working individual and living by yourself in a rented accommodation, nearly 30 per cent of your salary is diverted towards rental payments.
Aseem Thapliyal
January 19, 2017
However, investors should consider that debt funds don't guarantee any returns while the interest from FDs are assured. Debt funds carry default risk (company defaulting on bond payments) and credit risk (fall in price due to change is interest rate scenario). 
Priyadarshini Maji
Delhi, Edition:January 29, 2017

Lovaii Navlakhi, certified financial planner, says the early-bird advantage can give the couple, Suhas and Sheetal a headstart with higher equity allocations.

By Renu Yadav
Delhi, Edition:January 29, 2017

We give you tips to choose mutual funds that have the best chance of giving decent returns next year.

Money Today team
New Delhi, December 15, 2016
If you are a conservative investor who relies on bank fixed deposits for regular income, it is better to lock-in money in FDs now, as the rates will fall further.
By Teena Jain Kaushal
Delhi, Edition:January 1, 2017

With government cracking down on the cash economy, it makes sense to invest in financial, and not physical, assets

By Renu Yadav
Delhi, Edition:January 1, 2017

Why you should look beyond fixed deposits in the New Year.

PTI
New Delhi, December 12, 2016
The latest inflow has been mainly driven by contribution from income fund or debt schemes. Besides, equity ones continued to see positive inflows.
Reuters
New Delhi, November 25, 2016
The government has put strict limits on the amount of money people can withdraw from banks, although a larger sum, 250,000 rupees ($3,600), is allowed for weddings, as long as participants can prove that the marriage is genuine.
Reuters
New Delhi, November 25, 2016
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's gamble will cost India the title of the world's fastest-growing large economy, at least in the short term. That is the result of the prime minister's shock move, announced on Nov 8, to outlaw 500 and 1,000-rupee notes.
Avneet Kaur
New Delhi, November 25, 2016
Those currently invested in debt funds are advised to remain invested and people with ample idle money should also concentrate on investing their surplus funds.
By Teena Jain Kaushal
Delhi, Edition:December 4, 2016

Tax rules negate whatever advantages NPS has over mutual funds.

By Teena Jain Kaushal,Renu Yadav
Delhi, Edition:December 4, 2016

 We tell you where these investments are headed in the next Samvat and what are the possible avenues that you can look at for growing your money.

Teena Jain Kaushal
Delhi, Edition:December 4, 2016

"NPS in Tier II, it is probably better than what mutual funds offer"

Teena Jain Kaushal
October 26, 2016
The government has recently issued the sixth tranche of SGB. Unlike previous issuances, this time the government has launched it at discount of Rs50 at Rs, 2957, which is it the lowest subscription price for 2016-2017. But at the same time the government has reduced the interest rate from 2.75% to 2.5% on these bonds.
Teena Jain Kaushal
New Delhi, Edition:December 20, 2015
You are young and healthy. You do not worry about the future. You like splurging and partying. You want to spend today than save for tomorrow. After all, who knows what future has in store for us. It's all fine until you realise one day that retirement is not far and you need to start saving for it.
Renu Yadav
October 5, 2016
This can be good news for borrowers as banks are expected to reduce the lending rates. But this could also mean that your fixed deposit rates might go down further.
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