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Wealth Newsletter June 2020

Wealth Newsletter June 2020

Wealth Newsletter
  • Monthly Market Update
    In May 2020, Domestic market moved positively withbenchmark Sensex and Nifty Index ending the month with 2.2%&3.1%gains respectively.
    Nifty Auto and Metal were the best performing sectors, while Nifty PSU Bank andFinancial services experienced decline.
    The Reserve Bank of India on 22nd May 2020 announced a surprise 40 basis points repo rate cut in an off-cycle policy review.
    In May 2020, Worldwide, Major countrieshave started lifting to varying degrees some of their restrictions on economic and social activities.
  • Monthly Indices Performance
  • Four money lessons from Warren Buffett’s AGM
    Legendary investor Buffett said paying attention to the risks you face is important.
    Buffett believes admitting to a mistake and changing the course of investment is a wise move.
  • Is India to face its fourth recession?
    The Indian Economy may face its fourth recession since Independence.
  • Term insurance plans set to become costly, but they remain a must-buy
    Even though term plans may become more expensive in the coming months, understand that these products are important
  • Are Debt Mutual Funds Safe Investments?
    The virus pandemic is taking its toll and Indian debt mutual funds are one of the victims. Know your Debt Mutual Funds.
  • 50 Days of Lockdown: From bad to worse
    Fifty days into the lockdown following the coronavirus pandemic, India’s economic growth has only worsened.
  • Analysis of Government’s 20 Lakh Crore Package
    Impact on Debt MF/FD investors, Salaried & Non-Salaried Individuals, MSMEs/SMEs, NBFCs, HFCs and MFIs etc.
  • Investor shots- Investor’s Plan Of Action
  • How RBI impacts my loans ?
  • Are covid-19 loans for you ?
  • Tech Review – Dozee: A novel solution for keeping tabs on your health
  • Words Worth Now

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