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Franklin Templeton MF liquidation: All you need to know

02 Jun 2020

Franklin Templeton MF liquidation: All you need to know

After winding up six debt funds and locking Rs. 30,800 crore of investor money, Franklin Templeton India is gearing up to finalize the liquidation process of the schemes through an e-vote.

#FinancialBytes: Myths about mutual funds that need to be busted

16 Nov 2019

#FinancialBytes: Myths about mutual funds that need to be busted

Mutual funds have emerged as one of the best investment options for those looking to earn higher returns.

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

31 May 2019

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

Lately, there has been a lot of confusion about the status of Aadhaar card as a valid document proof.

Now, buy mutual funds on WhatsApp: Here's how

29 May 2019

Now, buy mutual funds on WhatsApp: Here's how

WhatsApp, the go-to messaging app of over 1.5 billion people, can now be used for buying or selling mutual funds.

#FinancialBytes: Myths about mutual funds that need to be busted

26 May 2019

#FinancialBytes: Myths about mutual funds that need to be busted

Mutual funds have emerged as one of the best investment options for those looking to earn higher returns.

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

13 Apr 2019

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

Lately, there has been a lot of confusion about the status of Aadhaar card as a valid document proof.

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

13 Mar 2019

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

Lately, there has been a lot of confusion about the status of Aadhaar card as a valid document proof.

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

24 Feb 2019

All the questions around Aadhaar, answered

Lately, there has been a lot of confusion about the status of Aadhaar card as a valid document proof.

#FinancialBytes: 5 best-performing ETFs in which you can invest

19 Jun 2018

#FinancialBytes: 5 best-performing ETFs in which you can invest

Are you looking for an investment instrument which can give you more returns than stock market indices?