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Sensex, Nifty charts (Dec 16, 2016): bulls forced to yield some ground

FIIs and DIIs joined forces and turned bearish during a week when transaction volumes slipped by 3%. FIIs were net sellers of equity worth Rs 36.1 Billion, while DIIs were also net sellers of equity worth a more modest Rs 0.23 Billion.Despite all the...

Nifty chart: a midweek technical update (Dec 07 '16)

FIIs were net sellers of equity on Mon. Dec 5, while DIIs were net buyers. The roles reversed during the next two days, as FIIs turned net buyers and DIIs became net sellers. For the three days, FII net buying was worth only Rs 0.38 Billion and DII n...

How Breaking A Fixed Deposit Prematurely Might Harm You More Than Help

Are you in need of cash urgently? Looking to break your fixed deposit? That might be counterproductive. Find out how that might not be the best thing to do. You’ve taken out a fixed deposit and started saving. But a sudden emergency arises where yo...
by Doable Finance on Dec 1, 2016

The Consequences of Negative Interest Rate Policies

Contents from freedom 35 blog. (www.freedomthirtyfiveblog.com) Stock Markets Reach Record Highs… Again  Both the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 indexes have climbed to all time highs in late July. 🙂 But corporate earnings have been stagnant...
by Freedom 35 Blog on Aug 1, 2016

HRD Ministry On Loan Assistance For IITians – To Give Or Not To Give

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by Quikr Blog on Jul 15, 2016

G.P.F(General Provident Fund) and Other Provident Funds interest Rates fixed at 8.1%

GPF & similar funds will carry Interest rate @8.1% from July 2016 to Sep, 2016 – Finance Ministry ResolutionDepartment of Economic Affairs approves 8.1% interest rate for GPF and other... [[This is a content summary only, visit www.itaxso...

G.P.F(General Provident Fund) and Other Provident Funds interest Rates fixed at 8.1%

GPF & similar funds will carry Interest rate @8.1% from July 2016 to Sep, 2016 – Finance Ministry ResolutionDepartment of Economic Affairs approves 8.1% interest rate for GPF and other... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit...

Download Interest Calculator of General Provident Fund with G.P.F. Ledger and Account Slip Preparation Excel Utility

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Download Interest Calculator of General Provident Fund with G.P.F. Ledger and Account Slip Preparation Excel Utility

It appears that the all of the Govt Offices have running their own Salary Generator Software, where generate only the Employees Salary. But except Salary have need more calculation like as General... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...

4 best strategies for a lower credit card interest

Regarding Bank of America, two third of American card holders have credit card debt in months. And some less experience users are sharing a dangerous idea of carrying the balance month to month to keep the credit active. You are charged interest on t...
by Your Smart Credit on May 12, 2016

3 best strategies for a lower credit card interest

Regarding Bank of America, two third of American card holders have credit card debt in months. And some less experience users are sharing a dangerous idea of carrying the balance month to month to keep the credit active. You are charged interest on t...
by Your Smart Credit on May 12, 2016

How to Earn 1% to 4% on Money from Bank Accounts

Want know how you can earn 1% to 4% on your money from bank accounts? Banks are considered one of the safest places you can put your money because they offer little to no risk. The stock market is currently very pricey and its future uncertain, and l...
by OddBall Wealth on May 9, 2016

5 Credit card usage styles needed to know [Infographic]

Who are you in credit card field? You are one of 176.8 million credit card holders in U, and average each of us own more than 8 cards. This figure also shows that credit cards are playing an important role in our life. Using credit in a good way bene...
by Your Smart Credit on Apr 25, 2016

5 Credit card usage styles needed to know [Inforgraphic]

Who are you in credit card field? You are one of 176.8 million credit card holder in US and average each of us own more than 8 cards. The figure shows credit cards are playing an important role in our life. Using credit in a good way benefits your li...
by Your Smart Credit on Apr 25, 2016

Download Interest Calculator of General Provident Fund with G.P.F. Ledger and Account Slip Preparation Excel Utility

It appears that the all of the Govt Offices have running their own Salary Generator Software, where generate only the Employees Salary. But except Salary have need more calculation like as General... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...

How to avoid interest on credit cards

The dirty secret of the modern credit card industry is that the banks don’t want you to pay off your balance. Their profits go up if you only make “minimum payments.” And they’re smart enough to know that if they ratchet the minimum payment d...
by Your Smart Credit on Mar 29, 2016

5 Essentials to build or fix your credit score

Credit score is an important personal financial figure to determine your credit risk before getting a credit card, a loan, or a mortgage and especially how much interest you would pay if you do. Normally you would have more than 1 credit score due to...
by Your Smart Credit on Mar 28, 2016

The Yen Carry Trade

A carry trade is a strategy in which an investor sells a certain currency with a relatively low interest rate and uses the funds to purchase a different currency yielding a higher interest rate. A trader using this strategy attempts to capture the di...
by Wealthymatters on Jan 31, 2016

The Yen Carry Trade

A carry trade is a strategy in which an investor sells a certain currency with a relatively low interest rate and uses the funds to purchase a different currency yielding a higher interest rate. A trader using this strategy attempts to capture the di...
by Wealthymatters on Jan 31, 2016

7 steps to claiming your student loan interest deduction

Hey you — yeah, you, the one hiding from the thought of doing your taxes. What if we told you […] 5 steps to help you choose between refinancing and… January 21, 2016 What you need to know about choosing a fixed-rate or… Janu...
by Credible Resource Center on Jan 27, 2016


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