Your Search Returned 85 tagged news reports
While yields of short-term and ultra short-term debt fund schemes are likely to soften further, long-term bond yields may remain volatile post RBI action, which has maintained status quo in key policy rates today, according to industry experts. "We
Mutual fund managers say investors looking for stable and higher returns should invest in short-term debt funds, which have outperformed equity markets in the last one year by delivering returns of over 10% against 7.73% offered by the benchmark
A few funds resolve this dilemma by continuously booking profits on your behalf. With the Sensex touching an all-time high level on Monday, mutual fund investors should get going. This is not the time to buy equity funds, but only to rebalance
India's market regulator relaxed fundraising rules on Friday for infrastructure debt mutual funds in its continued bid to channel long-term capital to finance the country's highways, toll roads and bridges. Friday it would allow foreign feeder funds
Western Asset Management Company (Western Asset) portfolio manager Chris Jacobs will discuss the Fund's investment portfolio, and outlook, and hold a question and answer session. Conference Call Dial-in Information: Date: October 3, 2013 Time: 4:00 p.
I nterest rate risk is one of the most prominent risks to which debt funds are exposed to. It refers to a change in the price of a bond due to the change in the prevailing interest rate. Hence, it directly impacts bonds and subsequently debt funds.
India Inc prefers to park its surplus cash in safe investment avenues rather than equities, expecting a reversal in the interest rate cycle, according to an ET analysis of top corporates' treasury operations. Companies increased investments in debt
Investors in funds worldwide pulled a record $4 billion out of funds that hold government bonds worldwide in the latest week as uncertainty grew over when the Federal Reserve may reduce its stimulus, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global
Managers of mutual funds (MFs) in India continue to prefer domestic debt and gold, expecting markets to recover from their recent sell-offs and to prove sturdier investments than stocks, according to a Reuters poll. Debt funds have attracted 497.06
Returns from the debt funds in the mutual fund industry are likely to be subdued due to the hardening bond yields following the Rupee plunge, according to industry experts. They, however, maintain that as the Rupee stabilises, investor interest will