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Small private banks are looking at assets that show an economic downturn to reduce COVID risk

The resurgence of COVID is forcing small commercial banks to turn to inflation-reliant assets to avoid future asset quality shocks. These banks take advantage of large lenders who have already shifted their focus to less risky commercial assets. Minors, who are heavily affected by the epidemic, are urging their officials to approve new loans in …

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Welspun India to offer 50% monthly salary for two years to families of employees who died due to COVID-19

Welspun India on May 12 announced a series of plans for its employees. The company said it would pay 50 percent of the monthly salary for two years as a family subsidy in the event of a job loss due to COVID-19. The company will also pay for family medical insurance (including spouse and two …

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Sun Pharmaceutical has paid a two-year salary to the families of workers killed by COVID-19

India’s largest drug company Sun Pharmaceutical Industries on May 12 announced that it would pay the equivalent of two years’ wages to the families of workers killed by COVID-19 in India. Payment will be a minimum of 25 lakh and a maximumun of 1.2 crore, depending on the employee’s salary. The company also ensured that …

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FIIs raise stake in more than 60% of Nifty50 firms by March, ownership returns to pre-COVID levels at Nifty500

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) who converted total retailers last month poured $ 7.3 billion into Indian markets in March quarterly, data from Motilal Oswal showed, while local institutional investors recorded a $ 3.2 billion outflow. FIIs increased the figure to more than 60 percent of Nifty-50 companies in QoQ, while DIIs reduced participation to 62 …

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The worst-paid employers of the blue chip are exacerbating the epidemic, the report said

Worst-paying blue chip employers bolstered CEO pay in pandemic, More than half of companies with low-wage executives in the middle of the S&P 500 Index have raised CEO pay by changing the performance appraisal rules during the COVID-19 epidemic, according to a left-wing policy group report published Tuesday. A report from the Institute for Policy …

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Indian oil refineries cut out the imports, importing them as required by the plague

India’s top oil refineries are cutting back on imports and imports as the growing COVID-19 epidemic has reduced fuel consumption, which has led to higher crop yields, company officials told Reuters on Tuesday. Indian Oil Corp, the country’s largest refiner, has reduced the run to an average of between 85 percent and 88 percent energy …

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Gold demand raised due to Akshaya Tritiya : Navneet Damani of Motilal Oswal

Gold and other commodities were able to ride the reflation trade very high last week, resulting in prices trading well above $ 1800 per troy ounce per 10 week high. Our frequent crunch in the market seems to be revisiting an unprecedented week in terms of market news and major results, ahead of the April …

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MFIs want emergency credit line, partial credit guarantee scheme from RBI to fight second wave of COVID-19

Sa-Dhan, one of Microlenders’ largest industrial corporations, has written to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) seeking an emergency credit line to address the challenges posed by the second wave of COVID-19. Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) are companies that lend money to small lenders by 22-24 percent and mainly get money from banks to do business. …

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LIC share in listed companies has declined sharply, but has increased the number of 10 firms in Q4.

Life Insurance Corp. India (LIC) has reduced its holdings to publicly traded companies in the fourth quarter of the 2021 financial year, down by a regular 3.66 percent of the market price of 296 companies (holding more than one percent) compared to 3.70 percent from December 31, 2020.As of June 30, 2012, the figure was …

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Groww to buy the Indiabulls’ mutual fund business for $ 175

Groww, one of India’s leading investment platforms, will take on the Indiabulls group’s mutual fund business by 175 crore. The transaction will only involve the joint venture business of the Indiabulls group. Other investment funds and portfolio management services businesses will remain part of the Indiabulls team.Once Groww has obtained approval from the Securities and …

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