Posted by Equitymaster Although India has the highest percentage of habitual savers (59%) (As per the survey conducted by Aegon Insurance across 15... ...http://feeds.equitymaster.com/~r/TheOutsideView/~3/8TstJR2PJZg/detail.asp
The monsoons, Seventh Pay Commission and government spending in roads have been major triggers for markets. She is bullish on domestic cyclicals,... ...http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/market-outlook/uti-mutual-fund-upbeatconstruction-cementauto_7368561.html
The government could miss the fiscal deficit target for the current year, as its disinvestments programme is not proceeding according to the plan.... ...http://www.mydigitalfc.com/economy/fiscal-deficit-target-risk-breach-203
Worst performers among category funds, but beat sectoral indices Those who invested in defensive sectors like pharmaceuticals and IT (information... ...http://www.rediff.com/money/report/it-pharma-funds-offer-no-returns-over-last-one-year/20160826.htm
According to V Srivatsa of UTI MF, cement companies will see volume growth in FY17 and earnings of the banking space will recover going forward. ...http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/mf-interview/expect-nifty-to-touch-new-high-by-march-2017-uti-mf_7342181.html
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