Mutual funds give 25% returns during lockdown amid market recovery
Equity-oriented mutual fund schemes generated returns of about 25 per cent during the lockdown period amid a recovery in broader markets and liquidity infusion by the RBI coupled with the government's stimulus measures, experts said. However, some analysts believe this is nothing more than a bear market rally.
Net flows in debt mutual funds rebound in May by Rs.50,793 crore
The net monthly flows in debt mutual funds rose from Rs.43,431 crore in April 2020 to Rs.94,224 crore in May 2020, according to a tweet put out by the Association of Mutual Funds of India (Amfi). The jump of Rs.50,793 crore is more than a 100% growth in monthly flows.
SEBI allows mutual funds to invest additional 15% AUM in G-Sec, T-bills
The Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) has written to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) seeking investment in G-Sec, T-bills for Corporate Bond Fund, Banking & PSU Fund, and Credit Risk Fund.
SEBI mulls long term steps to curb redemption risks
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is considering a series of steps to reduce redemption risks, including increasing the minimum number of investors and a maximum threshold for investment per investor in a scheme, said two people aware of the developement on condition of anonymity.
SEBI reaches out to market participants; discusses capital raising, disclosure issues
Regulator Sebi on Wednesday discussed several issues pertaining to raising of capital and corporate debt market with corporates as well as promised to look into the challenges being faced by them due to the COVID-19 crisis.
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