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  • :point_right: CCS Update Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale briefs media, says on Feb 14, A suicide terror attack was carried out by JeM in J&K. JeM responsible for Parliament & Pathankot attacks. India has struck the biggest training camp of JeM in Balakot. Says large number of terrorists & Fidayeen operatives have been eliminated. Selection of target was done so as to avoid civilian casualties. Camp was headed by Yusuf Azhar, Brother-in-law of masood Azhar.
  • Pakistani Jets Violate Indian Air Space, Enter Nowshera Sector Reason of market fall
  • Be cautious :warning::warning: in Equity and Commodity until and unless gets clear situation from India-Pakistan situation.
  • ;Midcaps offer value at current levels, money can be made in select companies#39; We have consistently maintained that opportunities would come predominantly from two sectors—consumer discretionary and FMCG—on the back of robust urban and rural demand
  • TATA MOTORS: Rs 23.29cr NSE Block Trade; for ~1229371 shares, at Rs 189.45
  • Market buzz • Glenmark Pharma: Says Ryaltris Phase III study met primary endpoint and positive results were seen. Ryaltris is a nasal spray used for treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis. • Deepak Fertilizers and Petrochem: Board approved May 8 as the day of issuance for FCCBs aggregating to $30 million at a floor price of Rs 139.59 per share. They also approved raising debentures worth Rs 210 crore to World Bank’s arm. • Bharat Financial Inclusion completed its first direct assignment transaction worth Rs 1,107.4 crore for the financial year 2020. • Dilip Buildcon’s arm received financial closure for hybrid annuity model project in Maharashtra worth Rs 1,141 crore. • TVS Motor’s Singapore arm to invest Rs 11.2 crore in Tagbox Solutions. The target company provides supply chain solutions. • Reliance Communications: As per the resumption of insolvency proceedings, management of affairs to vest in the administrator and power of Board of Directors stands suspended. • MCX: Mrugank Paranjape ceased to be MD and CEO of the exchange with immediate effect, on expiry of his term. • CCI approved acquisition of 6.5 percent stake of PNB Housing Finance by General Atlantic Singapore HF. • Shree Renuka Sugars’ Mauritius arm entered a term-sheet with a potential investor to explore a transaction, which may result in the company ceasing to hold more than 50 percent stake in its Mauritius arm.
  • oday (09.05.19) foll cos. will declare Q4 results : MGL, Kalpataru Power, Hindustan Media Ventures, Sundaram Fasteners, Vardhaman Tex, MT Educare, IOB, South India Bank, GMDC, Oracle Finance, Asian Paints, PNB Housing, Cybertech Systems, VarunBeverages,GranulesIndia, Mangalam Drugs,Huhtamaki PPL,HCLTech, Shankara Building, SolarInd, HCC,GSPL, Plastiblends,Dalmia Bharat,Fairchem Speciality, ICRA, Hinduja Ventures, Esab India, Hikal, Astra Microwave, Voltas, Apollo Tyres
  • INDIA BENCHMARK BOND OPENS AT 99.19 VS 99.20 PREVIOUS CLOSE
  • DONALD TUSK- CHANCE OF BREXIT BEING CANCELLED COULD BE 30% - THE GUARDIAN
  • CANARA BANK: Q4 NET LOSS 5.52B RUPEES VS LOSS 48.6B (YOY); EST PROFIT 3B || Q4 INTEREST EARNED 121.38B RUPEES VS 102.23B (YOY) || Q4 PROVISIONS 55.24B RUPEES VS 90.75B (YOY) || Q4 GROSS NPA 8.83% VS 10.25% (QOQ) || Q4 NET NPA 5.37% VS 6.37%(QOQ

Risk profiling is a process for estimating financial risk-taking capacity and understanding the (psychological) risk tolerance level of an individual.

We have compiled some questions that will help us to evaluate both the parameters. After submitting the answers, you will get the report via email. The questionnaire takes about 10-15 minutes for completion.

Risk Profiling Questionnaire

Please Select below mentioned question’s answer.

1. What is your Age Group ?

2. What is your Investment Goal:

3. What is your Investment Amount

4. What is your Gross Annual Income

5. What is your Preferred Investment type

6. What is your Sources of Income

A. Primary Source

B. Secondary Source

7. What is your Trading Experience

8. What is Market Value of portfolio held according to you

9. What is your Experience in market products

10. How many dependents do you financially support ?

11. What is the size of your emergency fund ?

12. What is your experience with Share/Commodity Market ?

13. What is your experience with investments in past ?

14. When market is not performing well do you prefer to buy risky investments and sell less risky investments ?

15. Risk Tolerance

16. What percentage of monthly income is allocated to pay off debt [all EMIs]?

17. Occupation (please select the appropriate)

18. Are you any of the following, or are directly or indirectly related to any of the following