Money Today Archive April 2013 Issue

Edition: April 2013

Cover Story

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Competing On The Global Platform

Tips to invest in Indian MNCs

The list of companies that can be called Indian multinationals is long and growing. What all should one consider while investing in these corporate giants? Money Today finds out.
Mutual Fund
Gold has given subdued returns over past year
Gold has given a subdued return of 7.5 per cent over the past one-year compared to its three- and five-year average annual return of 17-20 per cent.
Sam Abraham
Securing your Browser
Some plug-ins can slow down a browser and pose grave security threats. Here's how you remedy it.
Gitanjali Gems among top gainers in 6 months
Gitanjali Gems is among the top gainers in the past six months with return of over 80 per cent.
Chandralekha Mukerji
Retirement Choices
Following a lull of almost two years, insurance companies have resurrected the unit-linked pension plan. These had vanished from the market after regulatory changes were introduced in August 2011.
Query Corner
Query corner
Money Today experts answer your personal finance queries -
Editors Note
As the economy grows in importance globally, Indian companies too will grow in size and reach. However, the mere fact that a company has large global operations does not by default make it a good investment pick, writes Money Today Executive Editor Sarbajeet Sen.
Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
The estimates, for crop year 2012-13 (June-July), released by the agriculture ministry, show that supply of wheat, maize and sugarcane is likely to fall, putting upward pressure on prices. We talked to experts to know what numbers mean for prices of farm commodities traded on exchanges.
Talk Back
Letters to the Editor
Money Today readers give their feedback on the magazine's coverage of the personal finance sector.
Smart Spending
Nidhi Singal
Giants Of The Smart World
Smartphones with large screens were considered unviable; too big to be a mobile device. But, now, these are among the most sold in the world.
Team Money Today
Rate cut may not bring any relief
On March 19, the Reserve Bank of India reduced the repo rate by 25 basis points (bps) to 7.5 per cent. The cash reserve ratio has been left unchanged at 4 per cent.

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