Niveshak September 2016 Issue with Page Flip version

Sunday, October 9, 2016 , Posted by Team Niveshak at Sunday, October 09, 2016

Dear Niveshaks,

The month of September saw the benchmark Sensex falling 557 points or 1.96%
from the start of the month. The month did not see any major economic events or
policy announcements by the government. The most talked about topic this month
was the new RBI governor who would replace Dr. Raghuram Rajan.
This month also the news came that the country’s GDP grew by 7.1% in the first
quarter of this fiscal year. This reaffirmed the India’s position as the fastest growing
major-economy in the world. Also on the governance front, there was some good
news. Our Babu-led bureaucracy has finally energised themselves and has started
competing among themselves to get the status best performing states. Many states have also hired big consulting firms to help them understand the process of evaluation and find ways to improve their rankings. On policy-front the government is taking its initiative further and is giving major boost to the Unified Payment Interface (UPI). There was also one initiative that could be the first of the million steps needed
to revive the financially-drain Indian Railways (IR). The IR has started the dynamic surge-pricing for ticket booking for some of its premium trains.

On magazine front, this month we have covered HUL for our Equity Research Report. HUL being a behemoth FMCG company provides a wide view of the Indian rural sector economy also. Article of the month talks about talks about the Unified Payment Interface (UPI). The author talks about why how the UPI is different from Payment Wallet system and who it is another step to make a cashless society. Our cover story talks about the Telecom battle which has started with the launch of Jio at rock-bottom price. On the FinGyaan, the author gives views on the GST and how it could help in removing the parallel economy running in the country. FinRewind section talks about the WorldCom Scandal in the year 2002. While for FinSight we have a topic on the robust BRICS economy. The author illustrates how these five nations
could be the engine of growth for the world economy. On Classroom this time we are explain the concept on Margin Trading.
For FinView, this time we have brought the interview of Mr. Tapan Singhel, MD & CEO of Bajaj Allianz. He gives his views on investment philosophy, how we can convert the insurance industry into a pull-based selling model and how IoT can add value to the Insurance industry.
Finally, we would like to thank our readers for their immense support and
encourage¬ment. You remain our prime motivation factor that keeps our spirits high
and gives us the vigour and vitality to keep working hard. We hope you had a great
financial year and wish you the best for the new one

Thank you. Stay invested!

Team Niveshak

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