Editor’s note: Gold imports from South Korea surged to $339 million between July 1, 2017, and August 3, 2017. In the same period last year, gold imports from the country were only $70.5 million. So this story is worth a tell. India has had this major problem with gold imports. So they introduce a 10% import duty on gold. But then, India also has free trade agreements (FTA) with some countries – notably, South Korea. Where they make some refinements to gold, and then export it everywhere.
It’s half the year! And the Nifty has already returned more than 16% in 2017. June was however the first negative month in the year, with a -1% return on the Nifty.ÂAnd in the process, we also evaluate your returns on 10 years of systematic investing in the Nifty. This doesn’t include dividends so you can add 1% to 2% for actual returns. It turns out we get to just 8% on the Nifty for the last 10 years. The five year return is better, and three years, not quite so. Just a data point.
Adani Enterprises seems to have fallen big time. Looking at the stock price, you wonder if Modi’s magic has completely collapsed! But it’s not like that. Adani Enterprises has been “demerged”, in a weird sort of way. Adani Enterprises owned some stuff that were related to ports, power, and transmission. These, they decided, belong in specific companies. Adani ports and Adani Power are already listed entities, so the power plants and port operations move to those companies.
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Selecting a term
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