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1/2 #StandardandPoor's #creditrating for Canada stands at AAA with stable outlook. #Moody's #creditrating for Canada was last set at Aaa with stable outlook. #Fitch's #creditrating for #Canada was last reported at AA+ with stable outlook. #DBRS's #creditrating for Canada is AAA
2/2 with stable outlook. In general, a credit rating is used by sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and other investors to gauge the credit worthiness of Canada thus having a big impact on the country's borrowing costs. tradingeconomics.com/canada/rating #Canadacreditrating
1/2 #CanadaStocks Hit Fresh All-Time High
#CanadianDollar Hits 20-week High
#CanadaExports Beat Expectations, New All-Time High
#CanadaTrade Surplus Lower than Expected
#CanadaImports Rebound More than Expected
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Q. What are fundamentals of economy?

A. GDP growth, unemployment rate, inflation rate, fiscal deficit of the govt, savings & investment rates in the economy, the domestic currency’s relative value against the US $, external debt, level of poverty & inequality, etc...

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India's falling #GDP growth in last 5 yrs

FY16-17➡️7.04%
FY17-18➡️6.12%
FY18-19➡️5.02%
FY19-20➡️4.2%
FY20-21➡️-7.3%

FY21-22 GDP growth forecast➡️8.3%

That means, India’s GDP growth over the 2 yrs (FY20-21 & FY21-22) to remain 0.50%

Strong fundamental of economy🤷‍♂️

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#UnemploymentRate was at a 45-year high in 2017-18.

As against the norm of 2%-3% unemployment rate, India started routinely witnessing unemployment rates close to 6%-7% in the yrs leading up to Covid. The pandemic made matters worse.

Strong fundamental of economy🤷‍♂️

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There have been a flurry of public issue of NCDs lately. These issues are primarily from NBFCs who are finding it tough to raise funds though banks and MFs. Here, I explain why the public issue NCDs are not in the interest of retail investors. Thread (1/9)
A) There is a common misconception that public issue NCDs are akin to Fixed Deposits (FDs). FDs of PSU banks are covered under the umbrella limit of 1 lakh deposit insurance. NCDs are not. A case in point is the expected loss to retail investors in DHFL public issue NCDs. 2/9
B) The rate offered by these NBFCs in public issue is much lower than what they offer in privately placed deals. Further, a substantial fee is cornered by brokers for selling these NCDs to retail investors. 3/9
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