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One of the most common methods of evaluating a fund’s performance is to look at the historical returns earned by it over different time periods and check its performance vis-à-vis its benchmarks. If a fund manager earns 50% while a broad market index against which the fund benchmarks itself rises 45% over the same period, it is considered to be good. This has become an accepted norm for...
What can India learn from the mess on the Wall Street? Dr RH Patil, founder of the NSE and a master of markets and risk assessment, spelt out to MoneyLIFE the five lessons we must learn from the crisis
The subprime crisis is causing America to do some serious soul searching about the state of financial markets regulation. The powerful Federal Reserve Board has been brought to its knees and...