A Quick Summary of The Indian Debt Market
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by Vyoma Shah
1w ago
What is the Debt Market? The Indian debt market serves as a financial platform for exchanging various debt instruments, including bonds that offer a fixed rate of return and repayment of the principal amount. These markets serve as crucial channels for both companies and governments to secure capital. Companies utilize bonds to support their operations and substantial projects, while governments employ them to fund expenditures and settle outstanding debts. Investing in this market provides individuals with a stable income, even during times of market volatility. The debt market is favored by ..read more
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The Golden Rules of Investing
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by Vyoma Shah
2w ago
Overview Navigating the world of investing might seem daunting for newcomers, but there are plenty of resources available to help beginners in taking the first plunge. So, you can have peace of mind while beginning your journey in investing.  In the realm of investing, familiar metaphors such as “Don’t put your eggs in one basket”  caution investors in making impulsive decisions. Understanding the initial steps toward investing is pivotal which is about establishing a robust foundation and avoiding common pitfalls. This blog offers insightful tips to prepare yourself before embarking ..read more
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Investing in Bonds: A Guide to Fixed Income in the Indian Market
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by Vyoma Shah
2w ago
The Indian Investment market is diverse and offers a wide range of investment options for individuals to grow their wealth. Traditionally, people used to invest the majority of their savings into fixed deposits, Public Provident Funds, stock markets, Real estate, gold, etc. However, in recent times there has been a multitude of options available like Bonds, mutual funds, Alternate Investment Funds (AIFs), REITs, Sovereign Gold Bonds (SGB), ETFs, etc. Whether you’re a new investor looking to dip your toes into the world of investments or an experienced player seeking to expand your portfolio, t ..read more
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Delving into the Nuances of Primary and Secondary Markets
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by Vyoma Shah
2w ago
The world of finance can be intimidating for newcomers, with complex terms and seemingly intricate processes. However, understanding the basic structure is crucial for anyone interested in investing. Two fundamental concepts you’ll encounter are primary markets and secondary markets. Let’s delve into the nuances of each and how they work together to keep the financial engine running. The Indian capital market is divided majorly into two primary segments: the primary market and the secondary market. Although there are differences between these two types of markets, they serve one common purpose ..read more
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Revolutionizing Bond Investing: TheFixedIncome and Moneycontrol Collaboration
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by Vyoma Shah
3w ago
In the past, gaining access to India’s debt market presented a formidable challenge for both retail investors and individuals, as it was primarily reserved for major financial institutions. The debt market seemed difficult to understand for many investors, as there was not much awareness about it. Retail investors could not participate due to hindrances such as complex procedures and limited availability of information.  Moreover, understanding the various bond types, risk evaluations, and market dynamics, further discouraged individuals from venturing into the debt market. So, most peopl ..read more
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Exploring the Bond Public Issue of Motilal Oswal Financial Services Limited
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by Vyoma Shah
3w ago
Motilal Oswal Financial Services Limited is offering Secured, Rated, Listed, Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures on April 23, 2024, and is closing on May 07, 2024. This investment holds promising prospects for investors, backed by its CRISIL rating of AA/Stable, strong company profile, and notable financial history. This blog offers valuable insights into the company, its current offering, and its financial performance. Below are the issue details: Issue Highlights Issuer Name Motilal Oswal Financial Services Limited Nature of Instrument Senior Secured Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentu ..read more
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Muthoot Fincorp Limited- A Synopsis of Bond Public Issue
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by Vyoma Shah
1M ago
Muthoot Fincorp Limited is offering Secured, Rated, Listed, Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures, scheduled to open on April 10, 2024, and close on April 25, 2024. This is an appealing investment prospect for investors because of its AA-/Stable rating by CRISIL Limited and backed by the company’s robust profile and impressive financial history. This blog provides insights about the company, explores the issue, and evaluates its financial performance. Below are the details of the issue: Issue Highlights Issuer Name Muthoot Fincorp Limited Nature of Instrument Secured Redeemable Non-Conver ..read more
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Edelweiss Financial Services Limited – Bond Public Issue
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by Vyoma Shah
1M ago
Edelweiss Financial Services Limited is coming up with Secured, Rated, Listed, Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures on April 08, 2024, and closing on April 23, 2024. This investment holds promising opportunities for investors due to its A+/Stable by CRISIL and its strong profile and impressive financial track record. This blog provides valuable insights about the company, its current offering, and its financial performance. Below are the details of the issue: Issue Highlights Issuer Name Edelweiss Financial Services Limited Nature of Instrument Secured Rated Listed Redeemable Non-Convert ..read more
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Delving into the Nuances of Primary and Secondary Markets
The Fixed Income Blog
by Vyoma Shah
1M ago
The world of finance can be intimidating for newcomers, with complex terms and seemingly intricate processes. However, understanding the basic structure is crucial for anyone interested in investing. Two fundamental concepts you’ll encounter are primary markets and secondary markets. Let’s delve into the nuances of each and how they work together to keep the financial engine running. The Indian capital market is divided majorly into two primary segments: the primary market and the secondary market. Although there are differences between these two types of markets, they serve one common purpose ..read more
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State Government Securities: The Complete Investor’s Guide
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by Vyoma Shah
2M ago
Overview As the Indian economy continues to grow and evolve, investors in India are displaying a sophisticated level of acumen in their investment strategies. According to the latest report from S&P Global Market Intelligence, India which is currently ranked as the world’s fifth-largest economy is expected to overtake Japan and secure the position of the third-largest global economy by 2030, with a projected GDP growth of 7% by 2026-27. Investors in India are taking an interest in trending investment options that are more diversified and offer higher yields. They are also adopting a cautio ..read more
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