Niveshak May 2015 Issue with Page Flip version

Thursday, June 4, 2015 , Posted by Team Niveshak at Thursday, June 04, 2015

Dear Niveshaks,

The month of May, saw the two homegrown retail companies, Bharti Airtel and Future Retail, getting together driven by an expanding market. Bharti’s 200-plus stores including easy days added to Future’s larger format Big Bazaars will allow for better leverage on the formats the combined entity wants to pursue
The consumer price index fell to 4.87% from 5.25% in March, mainly on account of a fall in the prices of food items. Even though the impact of a projected poor monsoon is a potential threat to food, vegetable items this impact may not be severe since the rural demand is weak. The wholesale prices also fell for the sixth consecutive month in April dragging down the inflation to a record low of (-)2.65% in April prompting India Inc to strengthen its case for an interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its policy review next month. The service tax was increased from 12.36% to 14% which will facilitate a smooth transition to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime. The Indian economy expanded 7.3% in the year ended March, in line with the initial forecast and marginally higher than 6.9% recorded in the previous year, pointing to a soft recovery. The Employees Provident Fund Organization is deducting tax at source from June 1 on PF withdrawals if the accumulated PF balance at the time of payment is more than or equal to Rs. 30,000 and the employee has worked less than five years. The government will sell its 10 per cent stake in blue-chip Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and 5 per cent in power producer NTPC to mop up about Rs 13,600 crore in this fiscal’s first disinvestment approval which are part of Rs 41,000 crore disinvestment target for the current financial year.

In the Fin Gyan we present to you about the Real estate market, which employs huge population only next to agriculture. After the correction of real estate property prices in 2008 post global financial crisis, now the property prices are soaring at highest level ever in many major cities. This over-valuation of real estate properties is due to the pseudo beliefs instilled in buyer’s mind by promoters and builders. The article examines the current situation and problems of residential real estate market is examined by bursting 5 general beliefs of investors. In the Article for month Section we analyses this time the impact of Monetary Policies f developed economies over India.

An important takeover battle and the Ivestor’s interest by the two corporate houses, Deepak Fertilizers and Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd (DFPCL) and the Vijay Mallya backed Zuari Agro chemicals (Adventz Group) for Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers is presented in Finsight.

We would like to thank our readers for their immense support and encouragement. You remain our prime motivation factor that keeps our spirits high and give us the vigour and vitality to keep working hard.
Thank you.
Stay invested!
Team Niveshak
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