Mint Morning Digest: LIC Valuation Drops, How Investors Should Buy on Dips and More

Rupee trading could boost investment in government debt

The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) policy to allow trade settlements in rupees could lead to increased investment in government bonds and boost India’s exports to sanctions-hit Russia. Read more

As markets fall, what investors should keep in mind when buying on the downside

Investing is not a linear journey. Sometimes markets fall or even crash and portfolios turn red. Investors are struggling to stem the decline in value of their portfolios. Subsequently, investors must analyze their portfolio and identify the weak links. In fact, it’s how investors manage volatility that determines how much they can earn in the long run. Read more

Adani’s 5G bid sparks debate over direct spectrum allocation

The Adani Group’s decision to participate in 5G spectrum auctions to launch its captive networks does not derail plans for other companies seeking airwaves through the non-auction route, industry watchers have said. Read more

Decline in the valuation of LICs 40,000 cr on the fall in the stock market, the rise in rates

Life Insurance Corp. of India (LIC) suffered a 40,000 crore hit its valuation due to prolonged stock market declines and rising interest rates affecting returns on its debt investment, a senior executive said. Read more

The SBI is increasing its lending rates effective today. Loan EMIs will increase

The State Bank of India (SBI) has decided to increase its marginal cost of lending rate (MCLR) on loans by 10 basis points or 0.10%. The new lending rates will take effect from today, July 15. Learn more

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