Fixed Income: Views on News

Will RBI Cut Rates In Its April Policy And How To Invest In Debt Funds Now? (04 Apr 2019)

Amidst flagging economic growth the government is now looking at the RBI to reduce policy rates.


Should You Consider Investing In Fixed Deposits After The Interim Budget 2019? (12 Feb 2019)

FDs have become tax-efficient for small savers post Budget 2019. Claiming refunds has also become easy and less time-consuming.


Looking For Higher Interest Rates on Bank FDs? Read This! (03 Dec 2018)

Surprisingly in October, the Indian credit markets reported the highest credit growth so far in FY 2018-19. The data for November is expected to come out even better.


SEBI Proposes ‘On-Tap’ Bond Issue? Should You Invest In Bonds Directly? (05 Sep 2018)

SEBI is pondering on allowing corporate to raise money by issuing bonds ‘on-tap’. It will allow companies to collect money multiple times during a financial year. Thus, on-tap issuances will offer them more flexibility.


Home Loans, Car Loans, And Personal Loans To Become Expensive. Here’s Why… (04 Jun 2018)

Are banks being unfair to you, their customer? They are, indeed! When the interest rates cool off, banks resist passing them on to the borrowers. On the other hand, during such phases, they are quick to slash deposit rates.


Good News! Now New NRIs Can Operate A PPF Account (05 Mar 2018)

In October 2017, the government released a circular stating from the day you become an NRI, an investor’s PPF (Public Provident Fund) account shall be deemed deactivated.


Why Putting Your Hard-Earned Money In Bank FDs May Not Be Safe (19 Feb 2018)

Scams and the abuse of power seem to be the biggest reasons for the current woes of asset quality with Public Sector Banks (PSBs).


Government of India Saving Bonds: Should You Invest? (08 Jan 2018)

The Government will pay interest at 7.75%. The interest will be paid half-yearly if you opt for the non-cumulative option.


RBI Not To Cut Policy Rates: What Should Debt Market Investors Do (27 Sep 2017)

Does RBI really have the scope for monetary easing in October? Find out here…


Wilful Defaulters On The Rise. Have Borrowers Become Shameless? (04 Sep 2017)

From Rs 76,685 crore outstanding at the end of FY 2015-16, the outstanding dues from wilful defaulters jumped to Rs 92,736 crore—a 20.4% rise.


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