As Dalal Street ushers in a new Samvat year, three top money managers — Manish Gunwani of Nippon India Mutual Fund; Navneet Munot of SBI Mutual Fund and Nilesh Shah of Kotak Mutual Fund — share wealth creation tips and investment strategies for the New Year ahead during an interaction with Nikunj Dalmia & Aabha Bakaya of ETNOW. Excerpts:- Let us get a sense of whether you are welcoming the New Year with festive cheer? Navneet Munot: Lots of twist and turns as Nikunj rightly pointed out both on the global and domestic front. Mr (Donald) Trump’s tweets kept everybody busy and now it is a statistically proven that his tweets have impacted markets in a big waym, whether it is trade war, happenings in the Middle East which impacted oil prices, global slowdown now that we are witnessing. On the domestic front, I am sure a year back nobody envisaged that growth would fall to a 5 per cent in the quarter in India so obviously growth surprised on the downside. On the other side, a year back when we were discussing about the default by one of the largest AAA-rated NBFC, we were thinking that may be in… Read full this story
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