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IFCI NCDS: A super bargain with interest rates at 10%
Government owned financial institution IFCI is offering NCDs at interest rates between 9.8 and 10 per cent making it an attractive proposition, for those looking at returns from fixed instruments. The issue of NCDs is open from today (Oct 20) ...
Ifci Ncds Super Bargain With Interest Rates At 10 Percent
5 easy ways to make more money from fixed deposits
Fixed deposits are not only about the fixed interest rate that you get during the period of the deposit - it is actually much more than that. Here are 5 ways in which you can make more money from your fixed deposit. {photo-feature}...
Easy Ways Make More Money From Fixed Deposits
Why fixed income investors should never ignore NCDs?
There are many investors who hate to experiment. Tell them about a new investment opportunity that he or she could consider and they get wary. Very few fixed income investors could consider instruments beyond the traditional bank and company fixed deposits, ...
Why Fixed Income Investors Should Never Ignore Ncds
4 fixed instrument debt ideas for super returns
Here are four debt ideas with yields that can be as high as 12 per cent from some of these instruments. We have selected a mix of NCDs, company fixed deposit and bank fixed deposit. {photo-feature}...
5 debt ideas for 2014
Debt instruments in India offered superior returns than the benchmark Sensex and gold in 2013. Returns from these instruments are predictable and hence preferred. Here are 5 debt instruments that one could consider investing in. GRUH Finance Ltd. Company ...
Debt Ideas
IIFL Housing Finance NCDs: Should you subscribe?
India Infoline Housing Finance is coming out with secured, redeemable, non-convertible debentures of face value of Rs 1,000 each, ("NCDs"), aggregating upto Rs 250 crores. The issue opens for public subscription on Dec 12 and closes on Dec 20. ...
December: A busy month for attractive debt offerings
December has begun with several debt offerings, including, NCDs and tax free bonds, so much so that an investor has plenty of options to choose from. With several more debt offerings, it's likely to be a really busy month of debt ...
December Busy Month With Debt Offerings
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