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Experts believe healthcare and telecom sectors are expected to perform well in this prevailing situation
29 Mar, 2020, 08:08AM IST
Don't Panic and sell your Mutual Funds in hurry
9 Mar, 2020, 12:55 IST
Stocks at a bargain prompt India funds to open investment plans
DSP Mutual Fund and BI Mutual Fund have reported lumsum investments into funds that focus on companies with small market values after stopping bulk investments a few years ago.
1 April, 2020, 04:45PM, IST
Mutual funds for new investor to invest and learn
We always ask investors to adopt a goal-based investing approach. Also, choose their mutual funds based on their risk profile and investment horizon. For example, since you are investing for a very long-term and ready to take necessary risk, you might invest in equity mutual funds for your long-term goal. Further, if you are a conservative equity investor, you might choose large cap mutual funds or aggressive hybrid funds. If you have moderate risk appetite, you may choose multi cap mutual funds to invest. If you have a very high risk tolerance, you might choose mid cap mutual funds. This is a better way to educate yourself about investing in mutual funds.
Apr 1, 2020, 04.06 PM IST
Coronavirus: A visual guide to the economic impact
The coronavirus outbreak, which originated in China, has infected more than 550,000 people. Its spread has left businesses around the world counting costs.
Big shifts in stock markets, where shares in companies are bought and sold, can affect many investments in pensions or individual savings accounts (ISAs).
Investors fear the spread of the coronavirus will destroy economic growth and that government action may not be enough to stop the decline.
In response, central banks in many countries, including the United Kingdom, have slashed interest rates.
That should, in theory, make borrowing cheaper and encourage spending to boost the economy.