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Investor’s Reading List: Jan 11, 2020

Aarati Krishnan | Updated on January 11, 2020 Published on January 11, 2020

Worried about missing out on key events amid all the hectic market action this week? Here’s a curated reading list of interesting BL stories

Business as usual

The markets were quick to forget the US-Iran faceoff this week.

Read: Markets rise as US-Iran tensions ease, gold recedes from highs

Kill DDT

Raamdeo Agarwal batted for DDT to go in the upcoming budget.

Read: Markets ‘not expensive’ at current levels

Skin in the game

ICICI Pru AMC has invested Rs 334 crore of its own funds in the AMC’s Credit Risk fund.

Read: ICICI Mutual Fund walks the talk, invests in own fund

Clean chit

An in-house audit panel gave Infosys a clean chit on the recent whistleblower allegations.

Read: Audit panel found no evidence of financial impropriety, says Infosys

Glad tidings

Infy delivered good news amid all the gloom by posting strong numbers and upping its revenue

guidance for FY20.

Read: Infosys beats street estimates, Q3 net profit rises 23.7% Y-o-Y

Going public

MF registrar CAMS is gearing up for its IPO

Read: Warburg Pincus and NSE-backed CAMS files for IPO

In retreat

Oil prices cooled off quickly as it became apparent that WWIII was nowhere in the picture!

Read: Oil prices fall as threat of West Asia war recedes

Published on January 11, 2020
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