Mutual funds: Debt fund tweak you need after hawkish RBI policy2 min read . Updated: 08 Jun 2022, 01:25 PM IST
- Mutual funds: If someone is planning to make fresh investment for short term, say 6 months to 2 years, debt funds for short term to ultra short term funds or liquid funds can be a better option, believe investment experts
Mutual funds: Maintaining its hawkish stance on interest rate hike, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today announced to raise the repo rate by 50 bps leaving CRR unchanged. After this RBI policy announcement, investment experts are well convinced that Indian central bank's stance on inflation and interest rate is going to remain hawkish for short to medium term, which may require some tweak in one's mutual funds portfolio, especially in debt funds. They said that debt funds with short term view (not more than two year), should be preferred ahead of equity funds as ultra short and short term debt funds are expected to outperform equity mutual funds in upcoming 6 months to two years.
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