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Investor’s Reading List : June 27, 2020

| Updated on June 27, 2020 Published on June 27, 2020

Worried about missing important news on markets and investing this week? Here’s a curated list from BL to catch up.

Relaxed

SEBI has relaxed the pricing rules for preferential allotments to help companies raise money more easily.

Read more: SEBI tweaks rule to give investors ‘preferential’ boost

High yield

SEBI is exploring a new trading avenues for junk bonds

Read more: Will junk bonds turn liquid cash for mutual funds?

Not so bleak

Bankers debate in a BL webinar, if a second wave of NPAs is coming

Read more: ‘Put your head down and play the difficult over, and there will be opportunities to score fours and sixes’

Bye bye China

TTK Prestige is set to phase out Chinese sourcing

Read more: From September 30, TTK Prestige will stop sourcing from China

Upbeat

Morgan Stanley thinks Indian stocks will outperform

Read more:Indian stocks likely to outperform emerging markets: Morgan Stanley

Delisting diaries

The games investors and promoters play when companies delist

Read more: Resolving the delisting stand-off

Health cover

The Arogya Sanjeevani policy is a big hit

Read more: Standard health cover Arogya Sanjeevani sales picking up: IRDAI Chief

Yes to restructuring

RBI has won more powers to restructure private banks

Read more: Now, RBI can frame a ‘reconstruction scheme’without imposing moratorium on withdrawals

Well placed

HDFC Bank says it can weather the Covid crisis

Read more - HDFC Bank well placed to ride out Covid-19 storm: Aditya Puri

In the pink

The farm economy is revving up

Read more: Kharif sowing jumps by more than 100% to 316 lakh hectares

Part protection

Urban co-operative banks will now be under RBI supervision, but what of rural ones?

Read more: The ‘threat’ posed by 96,000 rural co-operatives outside RBI compass

Compiled by Aarati Krishnan

Published on June 27, 2020
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