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BNP Paribas mid-cap offers scope for growth

The fund has delivered 3-year annualised return of 34.16 per cent, compared with the category's 30.72 per cent.


Fund managers invested a net amount of Rs 40,000 crore in equity markets during last financial year.

Even as the stock market enters a bull run, retail investors are unlikely to gain much by investing in commodity funds.
Mirae Asset India Opportunities has delivered 3-year annualised return of 25.63 per cent, compared with the category's 21.64 per cent.
Mid-cap funds have been beating all other fund categories as the avearge category return from these funds was 89 per cent during the last one year.
If it happens, JP Morgan could become the fourth foreign fund house in little over a year to exit the Indian mutual fund industry.
Industry experts said the monthly rise in AUM is largely on account of strong capital inflows and a sharp rally in stock markets.
Companies garnered a total of Rs 46,187 crore from debt on a private placement basis in January 2015, higher than Rs 20,782 crore mopped-up in the year-ago period.
The Budget announced a slight increase in expense ratio, while distributor business may suffer due to its inclusion in the service tax list.
Rate cuts will have a big impact on your debt portfolio. It is time, if you have not already, to change your debt investment strategy to gain from the trend.
According to latest data on investor accounts with 45 fund houses, the number of equity folios rose to 3.14 crore in February, from 2.94 crore during FY14.
Moreover, mutual fund houses are expected to be upbeat about inflow into equity schemes for the remaining part of the current fiscal, ending March 31.
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UTI Equity has delivered 3-year annualised return of 27.08 per cent, compared with the category's 21.56 per cent.