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Mumbai, MH, India

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Past articles by Jayesh:

What India’s Top Three Mutual Funds Bought And Sold In September

The crisis at Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd. spurred the biggest monthly outflow from money market schemes in at least a decade in September as mutual funds faced redemption pressure. Yet, equity inflows surprised. Here’s what the top three asset managers bought and sold in September: → Read More

An Oversold Indian Market May Not Suggest Upside Just Yet

India’s Nifty 50 Index’s September slide continued in October, pulling the benchmark index in oversold territory. That may not signal a rebound yet. → Read More

IL&FS Crisis Spurs Biggest Monthly Outflow From Liquid Funds In A Decade

Investors pulled out Rs 2.11 lakh crore from the liquid/money market category compared with an inflow of Rs 1.71 lakh crore in August, according to data released by Association of Mutual Funds of India. That’s the most investors withdrew in a month from such schemes since April 2007, according to Bloomberg data. → Read More

SEBI’s New Mutual Fund Expense Norms May Hurt Close-Ended Schemes Most

The move is aimed at creating a level playing field → Read More

Mutual Funds: Inflows Into Equity Mutual Funds Fall For Fourth Straight Month

Inflows into equity mutual funds, including equity-linked savings schemes, declined for the fourth straight month in August. Total equity inflow fell 11.4 percent to Rs 8,375 crore last month from Rs 9,452 crore in July, according to data released by the Association of Mutual Funds in India. → Read More

For Battered Auto Stocks, September Is A Signpost Of Hope

The Nifty Auto Index has declined over 8 percent in 2018 compared with the NSE Nifty 50 Index’s 10.5 percent gain. → Read More

Analysts Lower Earnings Estimates For Three Out Of Every Five Companies

Earnings-per-share estimates were downgraded for 57 percent of the 251 companies tracked by at least 10 analysts, according to Bloomberg data. Analysts raised the forecasts for 39 percent and kept estimates unchanged for 4 percent companies. → Read More

Nifty Shows A Similarity To Pre-Rout January Peak

There’s a similarity in the Nifty’s current rally with its last peak in January that was followed by a rout. Yet, analysts don’t expect a replay. The NSE Nifty 50 Index hit a lifetime high of 11,620.7 on Aug. 23. None of its constituents are oversold on the relative strength index for 18 days—the longest stretch since January. About 14 percent are overbought.In January, none of the 50 stocks… → Read More

Paytm’s Mutual Fund Platform To Go Live This Month As It Expands Services

Paytm will this month start selling mutual funds through a separate platform as India’s largest e-wallet company with about 300 million users expands is financial services footprint. → Read More

The Mutual Fund Show: This Strategy Not Only Helps You To Prepay A Home Loan But Also Create Wealth

Would you want to prepay your home loan given the rate of interest is less than 9 percent and the equities are outperforming? On BloombergQuint’s weekly series The Mutual Fund Show, Independent financial advisor Vijai Mantri explains a four-step strategy to help investors prepay their housing loan as well as accumulate wealth over time. → Read More

Equity Mutual Fund Inflows In Longest Monthly Losing Streak In Two Years

Inflows into equity mutual fund schemes, including equity-linked savings schemes, extended their decline to three months in a row—the longest since April 2016. Inflow into equity mutual finds declined 2.2 percent to Rs 9,452 crore in July compared with Rs 9,660 crore in June, according to data released by the Association of Mutual Funds in India. → Read More

Gold Hits 52-Week Low On Weak Demand

Prices of spot gold slumped to a fresh 52-week low after it touched $1,204.6 per ounce intraday on Aug.3. The yellow metal declined 0.8 percent last week and extended its fall to four weeks in a row—its worst weekly rout since October 2017—and has fallen over 6.5 percent so far this year. → Read More

Large Caps Stand Out Amid Slew Of Stock Downgrades

Analysts expect large caps to continue driving Indian markets. Companies with a market capitalisation of more than Rs 1 lakh crore have seen maximum upgrades in their target price, according to Bloomberg data on 405 stocks tracked by at least five analysts. For small and mid caps, downgrades outnumber upgrades. → Read More

Nifty’s Rally To Record Has An Eerie Similarity With 2008-Peak

Nifty’s surge to a new record has been the least broad-based rally in over a decade.The 50-stock index touched 11,185.85 early on Thursday, with only 54 percent of its constituents trading above the 200-day moving average. → Read More

Bitcoin Crosses $7,500 As It Nears Key Resistance Level

Price of bitcoin jumped above $7,500 for the first time in over a month as the digital currency nears a key resistance level. The rally has brought bitcoin close to its 100-day moving average, which is 5 percent above the current market price, and hasn’t been breached since March this year. → Read More

Oil Volatility Is Shocking Us, But What’s Shocking Oil?

Brent crude has declined over 10 percent after hitting a multi-year high in May. While it’s still up over 11 percent in the year so far, it’s seen three instances of a drawdown of more than 10 percent. This is due to softer-than-expected Chinese GDP data, U.S.-China trade war concerns and easing supply side issues, said Daniel Hynes, senior commodity strategist at ANZ. → Read More

Base Metals Index Repeats Worst Weekly Rout Of The Year

The base metals index of the London Metal Exchange equalled its worst weekly rout this year. The index declined for five weeks in a row, equaling its longest losing streak since March this year. The gauge comprising six metals that has dropped over 12 percent so far this year hasn’t had a five-week losing streak since 2015. → Read More

#BQMutualFundShow: New Hybrid Schemes And Solution-Oriented Schemes Explained

Should you invest in hybrid schemes or solution-oriented mutual fund schemes? → Read More

What India’s Top Three Mutual Funds Bought And Sold In June

Equity inflows into mutual funds declined in June as markets remained volatile. → Read More

Will Curse Of The World Cup Runners-Up Hit Stocks Again?

Between France and Croatia, whichever country loses the football World Cup final may witness a month-long equity selloff. At least that’s what the history suggests. France’s CAC 40 has fallen nearly 1.5 percent since the start of the World Cup on June 15 while Croatia’s Crobex has gained 1.1 percent as of 6 p.m. IST on July 12. → Read More