Thu, Nov 15 2018. 08 34 AM IST
Money with Monika is a weekly personal finance show that answers your queries on all investment matters. In Episode 4, personal finance expert Monika Halan decodes the utility of life insurance as an investment product. She says that it is crucial to analyse returns on life insurance as tax breaks are available on other investment products too. She also differentiates between the utility of a term plan versus a bundled plan.
Sat, Nov 10 2018. 09 47 AM IST
Money with Monika is a weekly personal finance show that answers your queries on all investment matters. In Episode 3, personal finance expert Monika Halan discusses the returns from investments in real estate versus the stock market. She says that people must weigh their realty investments against both regular returns and profits. She further explains how investors must calculate their ‘yield’ from real estate investments. Monika Halan is the Consulting Editor of Mint, and author of Let’s Talk Money. In this series, she takes you through the various avenues of savings open to an individual to discover the best way to maximise your returns while minimising your risk. She will also be taking questions from viewers on financial products that suit depending on income, age, risk appetite and life goals. If you want to see your money grow, do tune in to Money with Monika.
Thu, Nov 08 2018. 05 23 PM IST
Tesla Inc on Thursday said board member Robyn Denholm will replace Elon Musk as its chair, more than a month after the billionaire had to step down as the electric-car maker’s chairman as part of a settlement with US regulators. Tesla had until 13 November to name an independent board chair under the settlement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, which said Musk’s tweets about taking the company private were fraudulent and that the billionaire could retain his role as CEO but should quit as the chair.
Thu, Nov 01 2018. 08 00 AM IST
Money with Monika is a weekly personal finance show that answers your queries on all investment matters. In Episode 2, personal finance expert Monika Halan discusses the returns from investments in gold versus the stock market.
Fri, Oct 26 2018. 01 06 PM IST
The ongoing crisis in non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) post the IL&FS default is likely to make things even more difficult for developers, say experts. Post the banking system’s freeze on real estate funding due to rising non-performing assets, NBFCs and housing finance companies (HFCs) were the sole source of funds for the cash-strapped developers. Now, however, NBFCs themselves are struggling and their loan disbursals to developers have slowed down significantly. According to S. Srinivasan, Managing Director, Kotak Investment Advisors, the funding to developers will be seriously impacted which will result in a shake-out in the industry segregating the serious players from the non- serious ones. Srinivasan further added that the real estate industry has now become “real” in the literal sense of the term as lot of non- serious players will be washed away. The Mint Insight series takes a deep dive into hot button topics that impact business and economy.
Thu, Oct 25 2018. 10 45 AM IST
Personal finance expert Monika Halan discusses ways to manage your investments in a volatile stock market. She also discusses the benefits of equity investments versus investing in fixed deposits or PPFs
Tue, Oct 16 2018. 01 54 PM IST
Mon, Oct 15 2018. 08 30 PM IST
Can Infosys cheer investors before the Diwali festival next month? We highlight five things to watch for in Infosys’s second quarter results that will be declared Tuesday. Infosys is estimated to post sequential dollar revenue growth of 2.4% in the July-September period, according to some analysts.
Thu, Oct 11 2018. 04 25 PM IST
Indian rupee hit an all-time low of 74.45 against the US dollar on Thursday. Market expert Sunil Shah reacted on the same and said that Dollar is getting stronger than other currencies instead of rupee becoming weaker. Traders are cautious ahead of retail inflation and Index of Industrial Production data due on Friday. According to Bloomberg analyst poll, CPI will be at 4% for September month from 3.69% a month ago. IIP will be at 3.9% for August versus 6.6% last month.
Fri, Sep 21 2018. 01 29 PM IST