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Mutual funds invested in the debt of Vodafone Idea, the telco that must pay the government Rs 53,000 crore in dues, has begun segregating those investments into a separate portfolio after the company’s creditworthiness was downgraded in light of the stressed finances. UTI Mutual Fund and Nippon India MF Monday decided to create a segregated portfolio, following in the footsteps of Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund, which had already segregated the investments last month. Net debt at Vodafone Idea, at the end of the December quarter, is about Rs 1.03 lakh crore, a level analysts believe is unsustainable for a company that is losing subscribers and can’t generate enough funds internally if it were to pay the demanded dues to the state. Earlier Monday, CARE Ratings downgraded Vodafone Idea to BB-, a rating indicating below investment grade paper. UTI MF said that as of February 14, UTI Credit Risk Fund, UTI Bond Fund, UTI Regular Savings Fund, UTI Dynamic Bond Fund and UTI … [Read more...] about UTI, Nippon India Mutual Fund set aside Voda Idea debt
I have invested in a few mutual funds: Aditya Birla Sun Life Manufacturing Equity Fund: Rs 1,000/monthAditya Birla Sun Life Banking & Financial Services Fund: Rs 3,000/monthHDFC Top 100 Fund: Rs 1,000/monthAxis Bluechip Fund: Rs 1,000/monthMotilal Oswal Long Term Equity Fund: Rs 2,000/monthMotilal Oswal Multicap 35 Fund: Rs 1,000/monthICICI Prudential Infrastructure Fund: Rs 2,000/monthAre these mutual funds good or should I change them for better returns?- Indrajit Singha Prableen Bajpai, founder & managing partner, Finfix Research & Analytics, responds:Though you have listed the names of funds, you have not mentioned your financial goals, timeline, or your risk appetite. Your portfolio has two large cap funds, one tax-saving fund, one multi-cap fund, two sectoral funds and one thematic fund. Usually, sectoral or thematic funds tend to be riskier than diversified funds since the exposure is concentrated towards a sector or theme. It is advisable to allocate a smaller sum … [Read more...] about Can I continue with these mutual funds?
“Three years ago, when disruptions were coming in, Greaves decided to shift focus from being a pure auto engine player to a fuel-agnostic solution provider and adopted a strategy to diversify into the non-automotive engine segment, clean mobility, including the fuel-efficient CNG engine, electric mobility and strengthen the after-market business,” said Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD and CEO, Greaves Cotton. … [Read more...] about Greaves Cotton set to tap EV, BS-VI sectors
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