Money with Monika S4 E15 My equity outlook

Money With Monika: How can India’s GDP get back on track? | Corona Conversations
The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a severe blow to the Indian economy which was already grappling with a deepening slowdown. Now, India’s Gross Domestic Product is estimated to contract by around 5% in the current financial year. The economy will have to grow by 11% in order to get back to the FY20 level. While India has done better than many developed countries in the services sector, our manufacturing potential is yet to be adequately utilised. This is one avenue which can help India not just recover from the Covid-induced economic crisis, but also grow stronger in the long run. But how can the country achieve this? Watch Monika Halan explain the various changes that can help India become the world’s manufacturing hub. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of the book ‘Let’s Talk Money’.
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How can India's GDP get back on track? Corona Conversations The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a severe blow to the Indian economy which was already grappling with a deepening slowdown. Now, India's Gross Domestic Product is estimated to contract by around 5% in the current financial year. The economy will have to grow by 11% in order to get back to the FY20 level. While India has done better than many developed countries in the services sector, our manufacturing potential is yet to be adequately utilised. This is one avenue which can help India not just recover from the Covid-induced economic crisis, but also grow stronger in the long run. But how can the country achieve this? Watch Monika Halan explain the various changes that can help India become the world's manufacturing hub #money #economy #GDP #personalfinance #coronavirusoutbreak

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SPJIMR’s Centre of Financial Studies (CFS) is back with another webinar. SPJIMR Prof. Ananth Narayan will be in conversation with India’s renowned media editors Monika Halan, Latha Venkatesh, Tamal Bandyopadhyay and Menaka Doshi on 26th June, Friday, 5.30 – 7 pm IST.

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My interview on WomentoWatch

Super talk with Manvi Tiwari (https://m.facebook.com/manvipant.2015) on women, money and how to handle stress!
Here is a short intro:
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And here is the interview:
https://women2watch.net/monika-halan/

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and the article here:

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Riding Out the Economic Downturn with Mutual Funds | Episode 1

In which I discuss why investors behaved the way they did in equity and debt as the pandemic induced lock down began.

What needs to change to build confidence in the debt market?

Why does India not have a good corporate bond market?

And what are the prospects for the Indian economy ahead – recession or swing back?

 

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Money with Monika. 6 Rules of Money Covid-19 Taught me. S4E13

Money with Monika, The Corona Conversations

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6 lessons I learnt from the pandemic about my health and money.

1. The month need not cost so much. Everybody can save if in Covid-19 mode.

2. Emergency fund is a lifeline, build it according to age and stage.

3. Markets go up and down, not you.

4. Implement your age and stage asset allocation, don’t just understand it.

5. Write a Will – your net worth is not protection against falling ill.

6. Do an SIP in your health. Workplace will chew you up and spit you out.

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