SEBI stands for Securities and Exchange Board of India. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is India’s primary securities market regulator. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States is SEBI’s counterpart. “To protect the interests of investors in securities, to encourage the growth of, andContinue Reading

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Do you have reservations about investing in debt funds? Debt funds are now more secure. The debt market has been quite volatile over the previous few months. Many investors considered debt mutual funds to be riskier than equity mutual funds. All of this began with the IL&FS debacle in SeptemberContinue Reading

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