Mutual funds selling Apple stock over slowing iPhone sales
NEW YORK: Major US growth mutual funds have been among the largest sellers of Apple shares over the past six months, fuelling speculation that the company’s days of supercharged growth have come to an end. Amid concerns that iPhone sales may be set to drop … Continue reading at timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Confluence Of Private And Mutual Funds
The growth of the private fund industry and the proliferation of retail alternative funds in combination with the fundamental reshaping of the regulatory landscape for the private fund industry suggest that mutual funds are becoming more like hedge funds … Continue reading at valuewalk.com
Equity mutual fund AUM climbs 29 pc to Rs 3.64 lakh cr
The industry’s equity assets under management (AUM) rose to Rs 3.64 lakh crore last month, from Rs 2.83 lakh crore in December 2014, according to Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI). In November, the asset base of equity MFs read Rs 3.62 lakh crore Continue reading at moneycontrol.com
Zevenbergen Capital Launches Two Mutual Funds
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Mutual Funds: When To Sell
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Assets Base of Equity Mutual Funds Climbs to Rs 3.64 Lakh Crore
Asset base of equity mutual funds has surged 29 per cent to Rs 3.64 lakh crore at the end of December from a year ago on the back of retail investors pouring money into these schemes. The industry’s equity assets under management (AUM) rose to Rs 3.64 lakh … Continue reading at profit.ndtv.com
Don’t Make This Tax Mistake in 2016
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Seven factors to consider in reviewing fund performance
The stock market got off to its rockiest start to a year ever, just as investors are reviewing the performance of their mutual funds for the year gone by. It's a volatile combination that easily could lead to mistakes, as people evaluate how their funds … Continue reading at seattletimes.com
Mutual funds found dividend stripping will face action: Sebi chief UK Sinha
“Our rules are very clear and if they are followed it is impossible for them to do any stripping.” Seeking clarification from mutual funds on allegations of ‘dividend stripping’, capital markets regulator Sebi chairman UK Sinha said action will be taken … Continue reading at dnaindia.com
* Think Greece’s economy is the one in trouble? It’s CHINA that’s facing financial meltdown and the biggest stock market crash since the Great Depression
Nearly trillion wiped off Chinese stock markets in just the last few weeks
Government and investors launched campaign to prop up tumbling shares
Booming stock markets had more than doubled in the year to mid-June
Experts draw parallels with the credit booms that led up to the 1929 crash
Analyst: ‘I’ve never seen this kind of slump before. Don’t think anyone has.
China’s tumbling stock markets plunged even further today, intensifying fears the country was tail-spinning towards the biggest financial disaster since the 1929 Wall Street crash.
Almost trillion (?2trn) - more than the entire economic output of Brazil - has been wiped out since markets went into reverse just a few weeks ago, posing a bigger headache for many global investors than even the Greek debt crisis.
China’s government, regulators and financial institutions are now waging a concerted campaign to prop up the nation’s stock markets - a move that failed spectacularly in the 1929 crash that triggered the Great Depression.
The plunge in its previously booming stock markets, which had more than doubled in the year to mid-June, is a major problem for President Xi Jinping and China’s top leaders, who are already grappling with slowing growth in the world’s second largest economy and another bursting bubble.
The parallels with 1929 are, on the face of it, uncanny,’ wrote Jeremy Warner, economics commentator and assistant editor of The Daily Telegraph.
‘After more than a decade of frantic growth, extraordinary wealth creation and excess, both economies - America in 1929 and China today - are at roughly similar stages of economic development.
‘Indeed, China’s credit boom dwarfs that of even the “roaring Twenties”.’
Beijing intensified efforts at the weekend to pull China’s stock markets out of a nose-dive, with top brokerages pledging to buy massive amounts of shares and a report that the government has set up a market stabilisation fund.
Beijing has also suspended new share offers in an attempt to take pressure off the market after a 30 per cent plunge in three weeks.
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