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Indian Elections and Investing: How to manage stock market volatility right now?

Indian Elections and Investing: How to manage stock market volatility right now?

The election season brings with it a lot of volatility in the markets. Amid the ongoing Lok Sabha Elections 2024, the markets have been full of ups and downs which has left investors and traders into a tizzy. How to manage investment risks right now and what would be the right way to invest? In this episode of Money Matters, Kamal-Jeswani - India's 1st Internationally Certified Financial Success Coach in conversation with Katyayani Kapoor, explains the risks in investing during elections, what should be the right portfolio strategy and how to deal with stock market volatility right now.

22 May,2024 01:58 PM IST
Akshaya Tritiya 2024: How to invest in Digital Gold Mutual Funds, ETFs & Bonds?

Akshaya Tritiya 2024: How to invest in Digital Gold Mutual Funds, ETFs & Bonds?

Buying Gold on Akshaya Tritiya is a tradition that holds immense religious and cultural significance in India. After all, this tradition is known to invite prosperity and good fortune as per the Hindu tradition. But is buying Gold, restricted only to physical Gold like jewellery, Gold bars and gold coins? Surely not. With several advantages, buying Digital Gold stands as a lucrative option for investors and if you are planning to invest in one, this video is just for you. What are the various modes of Digital Gold investments, what is the point of discussion on Physical gold vs Digital Gold and, how to invest in Digital Gold? How do the different Digital Gold instruments of Gold-Based Mutual Funds, Gold-Based ETFs and Sovereign Gold Bonds (SGB) compare with each other in terms of returns, risks and liquidity? This Akshaya Tritiya 2024, enhance your Akshaya Tritiya gold buying and know everything about Digital Gold investments in this episode of ‘Money Matters’ as host Katyayani Kapoor explores the different ways of Investing in Digital Gold with SEBI registered Certified Financial Planner Kalpesh Ashar.

15 May,2024 11:56 AM IST
IMF top official praises India’s growth trajectory under PM Modi’s regime

IMF top official praises India’s growth trajectory under PM Modi’s regime

International Monetary Fund Asia & Pacific Director Krishna Srinivasan on April 20 praised India’s growth trajectory under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s regime. Speaking to ANI, he said, “India has successfully navigated multiple shocks we’ve seen in the recent past, starting from the pandemic to the war in Ukraine and then the recent tensions in the Gulf. Growth at 6.8 per cent in 2024-25 is a very impressive number. And this is largely led by private consumption and public investment. I don’t see any red flags in the near term, but I would highlight one important aspect. Now, India has a young, growing population. India is likely to add about 15 million people to the labor force every year. Now, if you want to benefit from this demographic change, you will need lots of reforms. I think in particular, I would emphasize the need for significant investment in education and healthcare so that this growing labor force can contribute productively to the economy.”

20 April,2024 04:17 PM IST
FM Nirmala Sitharaman Questions Congress In Lok Sabha About The MoU Signed

FM Nirmala Sitharaman Questions Congress In Lok Sabha About The MoU Signed

Union Finance Minister Nirmala SItharaman went all guns blazing against the Congress in Lok Sabha highlighting the 2008 MoU signed between Congress during the UPA government and with Chinese Communist Party, details of which remain secret till now. Demanding answers, the Finance Minister cornered Congress. 

10 February,2024 01:37 PM IST | Mumbai
CWG vs India’s G20: FM Sitharaman targets Congress in Lok Sabha

CWG vs India’s G20: FM Sitharaman targets Congress in Lok Sabha

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 09 drew parallels between the 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2023 G20 Summit. Nirmala Sitharaman highlighted the scandals that happened during the Commonwealth Games and said that India was mocked all across the world. She also said that on the other hand, India’s G20 presidency under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s regime was a success and the countries across the world heaped praises for India. 

10 February,2024 01:01 PM IST | Mumbai
Interim Budget 2024: From Income Tax to Housing, Key Highlights from Budget 2024

Interim Budget 2024: From Income Tax to Housing, Key Highlights from Budget 2024

Interim Budget 2024 was presented today by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for the year 2024-25. Her budget speech lasted 56 minutes, her shortest ever. While BJP leaders lauded the budget for its host of measures focusing on realising the resolve of a developed India, the opposition termed it hollow. Indian stock indices took a rollercoaster ride and settled marginally in the red, the day the central government presented its interim Budget for 2024-25. But what were the key highlights from the budget and how does it impact the economy? From Taxation, Agriculture, Energy to Tourism and Infrastructure, here are key budget highlights that you need to know.Also Read: Budget 2024 evokes mixed reactions from hospitality, healthcare and AI sectors

07 February,2024 02:27 PM IST
Budget 2024: US-India Business Council lauds US and Indian govts for their focus

Budget 2024: US-India Business Council lauds US and Indian govts for their focus

As the interim budget for the financial year 2024-25 was rolled out on February 01, President of the US-India Business Council (USIBC) Atul Keshap lauded US and India governments for their focus on iCET sectors and budget. Atul Keshap said, “First of all, I think this is a very confident, very sober and very pro-growth budget by the government of India, and I think it signals a real sense of optimism about the economic growth of the country. It sends a very strong signal to investors about the constancy of government policy. So I think it's very positive. And I congratulate the Finance Minister, her entire team and the government.” “So it actually details really nicely with iCET (Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology), which is the initiative on critical and emerging technologies that the two governments and the US chamber launched in January of 2023. So first, for instance, there's a $12 billion fund to help develop these so-called sunrise sectors of deep tech and future tech. And there's a lot of money as well on semiconductors. I think the government of India is showing great focus on artificial intelligence, quantum computing and other iCET sectors. I led an aerospace and defence mission last week, or rather this week, to Delhi, and we had really good and encouraging meetings. So I really applaud both the US and Indian governments for their focus on the iCET sectors and this budget. It proves that that focus is backed by real money,” he added. 

02 February,2024 12:30 PM IST
Centre reduced corruption, prevented ‘Bhai-Bhatijawad'

Centre reduced corruption, prevented ‘Bhai-Bhatijawad'

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 01 said the concept of social justice was used as a political slogan in the previous governments, however, today the BJP-led Central government has adopted the idea of social justice into its governance adding that the policies of the Centre has brought "secularism into action, reduced corruption, and prevented nepotism". "This is secularism in action, reduces corruption, prevents nepotism," Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said while presenting the Interim Budget 2024 in Lok Sabha. "Social Justice was largely a political slogan. For our government, social justice is an effective and necessary governance model !! The saturation approach of covering all eligible people is the true and comprehensive achievement of social justice," Nirmala Sitharaman added.

02 February,2024 11:02 AM IST | Mumbai
Budget 2024: PM Modi hails Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Interim Budget

Budget 2024: PM Modi hails Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Interim Budget

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the Interim Budget 2024 presented by Union Finance Minister Narendra Modi and said the budget is just like a sweet spot. PM Modi also highlighted that the budget presented the Nirmala Sitharaman caters to the four pillars of Viksit Bharat. Various political leaders also reacted to the budget. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor labelled it as one of the shortest speeches on record in the Budget and termed it disappointing. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh mentioned it as an encouraging budget and said that the government is fully confident of achieving the target of becoming a developed nation by 2047. Congress MP Manish Tewari said that it is a 'vote-on-account' which has only one purpose to keep the government solvent for the first quarter of the current fiscal year.

01 February,2024 03:10 PM IST
Budget 2024: Here’s how political leaders reacted to the Interim Budget 2024

Budget 2024: Here’s how political leaders reacted to the Interim Budget 2024

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Interim Budget 2024-25 today. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor labelled it as one of the shortest speeches on record in the Budget and termed it disappointing. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh mentioned it as an encouraging budget and said that the government is fully confident of achieving the target of becoming a developed nation by 2047. Congress MP Manish Tewari said that it is a 'vote-on-account' which has only one purpose to keep the government solvent for the first quarter of the current fiscal year. Union Minister VK Singh said “Everything will be for 'Vikshit Bharat'...everything has been discussed in the budget to strengthen the economy...". From the opposition MP’s to the ruling government leaders, here’s how the political leaders reacted to the Interim Budget announcement. 

01 February,2024 01:31 PM IST

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