Possible Reasons Why Your Stock Market Orders Are Not Getting Executed

by Devyani Mishra • June 14, 2020

Greetings investors! Hope you are enjoying the stock investing experience on Groww.  A few investors have brought to our notice that their orders are not getting executed even when the stock price matches the order price. There are several queries around this and in this blog, we will try to explain the possible reasons behind […]

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Tax Loss Harvesting – Everything You Should Know

by Niraj • March 21, 2020

The markets are in a nosedive and many investors are concerned about the value of certain assets in their portfolio. What if I told you that there was a way to use these assets to increase the overall post-tax returns on your portfolio? Yes, you read that right! Tax Loss Harvesting is a way to […]

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5 Most Asked Questions During Stock Market Crash

by Devyani Mishra • March 20, 2020

The last few days have been challenging for investors. The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty dipped more than 30% in the past one month amidst rising fear of Coronavirus Pandemic.  With Covid-19 reaching more than 150 countries, policymakers have announced various measures to encounter the pandemic. However, equity market investors are skeptical about those measures […]

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Yes Bank Rescue Plan: How Does it Affect You?

by Devyani Mishra • March 16, 2020

On Friday, March 13, 2020, the Union Cabinet approved the rescue plan for Yes Bank, backed by the State Bank of India – the Yes Bank Ltd Reconstruction Scheme 2020. According to this scheme, Yes bank will remain a private sector bank with the following probable shareholder structure: SBI might hold a stake of around […]

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Yes Bank Crisis: What Should Investors Do?

by Devyani Mishra • March 6, 2020

The Reserve Bank Of India imposed a moratorium on Yes Bank on 5th March. Under this, the withdrawal limit from YES Bank current, deposit, and savings bank account has been capped at Rs 50,000 until, April 3rd, 2020. This news has sent YES bank account holders in a frenzy and without clarity on how to […]

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Explained : Impact Of Corporate Tax Cut On The Economy

by Niraj • September 24, 2019

The past few weeks have seen a slew of measures taken by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to boost the economy. The latest being, the corporate tax cut to 22 %, a move that saw the biggest market rally in 10 years. In this blog, I will try to explain the implications of this move on […]

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Stocks To Look Out For Post Mega Bank Merger ( 30th August, 2019)

by Richa Sharma • September 2, 2019

On Friday, ( 30th August) in the second set of major policy announcements to address economic concerns of India, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the merger of 6 Public Sector Banks (PSBs) with 4 better performing anchor banks. This comes as a mega banking realignment by the Modi government in order to streamline their operation and […]

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FPI Exit : India Slips Below $2 Trillion Economy-The Inside Story

by Niraj • August 16, 2019

Background The Indian market has remained very volatile since the beginning of 2018. In the past 18+ months, the market has behaved differently at different times. The market has shown volatility particularly during the Uri attack, general elections, Union Budget 2019, removal of article 370, and other significant events. While the inflation numbers have been […]

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RBI Monetary Policy : August 2019 Key Highlights

by Richa Sharma • August 9, 2019

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) met on 5th, 6th, and 7th August 2019 and deliberated over the evolving macroeconomic outlook, against the backdrop of recent developments and incoming data. A series of the announcement was made after the 3rd bi-monthly policy review by the MPC, led by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das, […]

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Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) Stock Price Hits Historic Low : A Cautionary Message To Investors

by Groww • August 2, 2019

Following the news of VG Siddartha, the founder of Coffee Day Enterprises Limited being missing and eventually dead has taken a toll on the share prices of the company. Within two days the share prices slipped from Rs. 193 to Rs. 122.75. Over Rs.1,000 crore was wiped off in market capitalization. Mutual funds with exposure […]

5 Reasons Behind Post Budget Market Crash : Should Investors Worry?

by Richa Sharma • July 12, 2019

The Indian Stock markets saw a sharp dip post the budget announcements made by Mrs Nirmala Sitharaman. But what could be the reasons behind this ? What does this market movement mean for you as an investor? I aim to cover such questions and more in this article. Read on. The Indian Stock Market Rollercoaster : […]

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SEBI Regulations : Stricter Rules To Make Liquid Funds Safer For Investors

by Groww • July 10, 2019

SEBI Regulations On Liquid Funds If we take a look at the current market situation, there is high stress and the crisis of liquidity of funds. Even the investment avenues which are considered safer like liquid funds have been affected by the recent credit events in the fixed income market. To refresh your memory, liquid […]

Budget 2019 : Key Highlights And Their Impact

by Richa Sharma • July 5, 2019

The much-awaited union budget for FY 2019-20 was presented by Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman, the new and first lady Finance Minister of India. This is the maiden budget of the second Narendra Modi government in Lok Sabha on July 5, 2019. Nirmala Sitharaman says that “Our economy was at approx $1.85 trillion in 2014, within 5 years, […]

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Budget 2019 Expectations : What’s In Store For The Common Man

by Mridul Agrawal • July 4, 2019

The entire country is eagerly awaiting the NDA Budget 2019, which would be announced on 5th July, and understandably so. For this will be the first budget that will be presented by the Modi 2.0 government after it came into power by winning the second consecutive general election.  The expected reforms can have a significant impact […]


How Did the RBI Rate Cut Affected Different Categories of Debt Funds

by Niraj • June 21, 2019

The recently concluded RBI monetary policy has been the talk of the town with the central bank changing its stance to accommodative from neutral. RBI came up with a 25 bps cut in the repo rate – a third cut during the year. The action validates the fact that the domestic and global economic conditions […]

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5 Sectors That Are Likely to Sweep The Market in 2019

by Niraj • June 15, 2019

2018 an eventful year with the significant indices bleeding after a stunning show in 2017. The mid-cap and small-cap indices, in particular, saw the steepest fall. The correction started by the end of January and early February 2018 when the government re-introduced the long-term capital gains tax and continued throughout the year as different events […]

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Impact of Elections on the Indian Economic Market: History So Far

by Niraj • June 15, 2019

Elections have always made investors jittery. There is always fear which starts creeping due to uncertainties associated with elections. As the general election 2019 is approaching, investors are worried about the performance of mutual funds due to market volatility and the absence of positive news at the global level. As the political domain is one […]

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The Financial Scenario of India: 7 Major Challenges for Nirmala Sitharaman

by Groww • June 13, 2019

‘The narrative related to economics is, I think, very well understood even by the common man’– Nirmala Sitharaman, Finance Minister of India Echoing with the above statement, do you think India has found a common man’s  Finance Minister in Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman? We’ll have to wait and watch. As Ms. Sitharaman shoulders the responsibility of […]

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Disinvestment In India: Objectives And Importance

by Harsh Jain • June 12, 2019

Is buying an investment all that an investor needs to do? No, it isn’t. Your timing as well as the manner in which you redeem your investments is also a very important part of the investment process. In this sense, disinvesting is the most important stage for your investment. This may sound illogical to you, […]

Real Estate Sector Is Suffering a Setback: What Is the Alternative?

by Subham Sharma • May 27, 2019

The real estate sector has remained in the doldrums for the last two years. The trend is likely to continue in the near future. This has been due to a slew of reasons, starting from the demonetization effect, GST roll out and most recent happenings such as that of the liquidity crisis (after the IL&FS […]