liquidity

Market Outlook in September 2017

The Indian markets have been range bound over the last month with NIFTY consolidating between 9700-10200. The current rally in Indian market is fuelled by strong liquidity from domestic investors. As strong inflows continue into domestic mutual funds reforms initiated by the Modi-led government reaffirm the faith of foreign investors in the India growth story …

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What is driving liquidity in the markets?

The current rally in Indian market is fuelled by strong liquidity from domestic investors. With low bank fixed deposit rates, subdued real estate market (with high transaction cost) and stagnating gold prices, equities seems to be the most viable domestic investment avenue for investors. Thus in spite of the markets reaching all-time highs & rich …

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Demonetization

Demonetization a success or failure-time will tell

As per the RBI, an estimated Rs.15.28 lakh crore has been deposited as on June 30, 2017 as compared to Rs 15.44 lakh crore in circulation. PM Narendra Modi’s decision to cancel the tender of 85% of currency in circulation on 8th November 2016 was greeted with delight in some quarters and anger in others …

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NIFTY @ 10,000

The NIFTY raced to 10,000 in about 21 years, but the journey from 10,000 to 100,000 may not that long. The rally is expected to be supported by a strong macro environment, bounce back in earnings growth, pro-growth reforms, stable political environment, and domestic & global liquidity. From its base value of 1,000 in November …

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Liquid Fund

Liquid Fund vs Savings Account

There is no harm in maximizing returns, keeping safety and liquidity intact. The idea of keeping one’s emergency fund somewhere other than a savings account may not strike many, but it is an option worth exploring. A portion of our surplus money is often kept in a savings account to meet emergency expenses. While building an emergency …

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