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beginner investing: Expert tips and advice for a beginner investing in IPOs – The Economic Times Video | ET NowTiming the IPOs is another important factor. Companies are tempted to often announce IPOs right after strong quarterly results. Investors must be careful not to extrapolate recent performance into perpetuity and pay a high price.175viewsTo see your saved stories, click on link hightlighted in bold Read more: EconomicTimes

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To enhance the financial safety net for people travelling (be it domestic or international), IRDAI has introduced guidelines for a standard travel insurance product. The guidelines were issued by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) on May 5, 2021. As per the guidelines, there will be five variants of the travel insurance product and these will be basic mandatory covers which will be uniform across the insurance industry. The standard travel cover will come with single premium payment option which will be collected in advance. There will be no restrictions on minimum and maximum age of entry.…

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Police in Ho Chi Minh City have captured two Chinese nationals, who had been caught sneaking into Vietnam illegally and escaped after being sent to a local isolation ward. The capture was confirmed on Tuesday by the principal of Ho Chi Minh City Military School in Cu Chi District – a venue repurposed into a quarantine ward, where the two Chinese had escaped from. The duo were found in Hoa Khanh Dong Commune, Duc Hoa District of neighboring Long An Province, which is some 32 kilometers away from the quarantine ward. Police of Cu Chi District have detained the two…

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Consumer demand for gold in Vietnam reached 39.8 tonnes in 2020 Gold is the top asset class for 68 per cent of Vietnamese investors Visit Vietnam Insider’s homepage for more stories Vietnam is the largest gold market in Southeast Asia, according to a recent study of the World Gold Council (WGC). The WGC also announced the country among the top 10 markets in the world, saying consumer demand for gold in Vietnam reached 39.8 tonnes in 2020, higher than the demand of 37.6 tonnes in Indonesia and 9.4 tonnes in Singapore. The study of 2,000 local investors in March last…

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Vietnam confirms 18 new community transmitted Covid-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of local cases in the latest outbreak to 56. Also on Wednesday evening, the country reported eight imported Covid-19 cases. Fourteen new cases, numbered from 3009 to 3022, were recorded at the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases in Dong Anh District in the capital city. The source of this contagion has not been identified, according to VNExpress. Nine of them are patients who were being treated at the hospital for other diseases. The rest are four family members of these patients and one medical staff. The next…

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Mandatory centralised quarantine for entries into the country and direct contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases will be extended from the current 14 days to 21 days, and the new regulation takes effect from Wednesday, Minister of Health announced on Wednesday afternoon. The decision was made after consultation with epidemiologists and virologists in light of new variants of the virus prompting revisions to our knowledge of disease incubation time, reported the Vietnam News. The new protocol aims to “protect the community from the spread of coronavirus” amid recent cases found positive following the completion of 14-day quarantine, Long said. Related: Three Indians among…

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In view of the difficulties faced by individual borrowers during the second wave of pandemic the RBI has asked lenders to allow a second moratorium. Eligible borrowers who did not use the first loan moratorium offered last year can avail of the second one and those who did avail of the first one can get the moratorium period extended. The RBI governor made this announcement on May 5, 2021 as part of an unscheduled speech to announce measures to tackle the second wave of Covid-19. “Borrowers i.e. individuals and small businesses and MSMEs having aggregate exposure of upto Rs 25…

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Those who have to update their KYC details of their bank accounts can breathe a little easy. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced today that banks should not take punitive action against those customer accounts where periodic KYC updating is due/pending. RBI has given time until December 31, 2021 for customers to update their KYC details. This announcement was part of the RBI governor, Shakthikantha Das’ unscheduled speech on May 5, 2021 to announce measures to tackle the ongoing second wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic. “Keeping in view the COVID related restrictions in various parts of the country,…

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Three Indian men among 11 new Covid-19 patients in Vietnam, the Ministry of Health reported on yesterday evening. With these new infection cases, the number of Covid-19 patients in Vietnam has increased to 2,996. Vietnam Capital city of Hanoi suspends more non-essential services in Covid-19 fight. Visit Vietnam Insider’s homepage for more stories. Three Indian nationals and eight Vietnamese people have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, raising the total number of Covid-19 patients in the country to 2,996. According to the Health Ministry’s report, one of the eight new Vietnamese patient is a locally-transmitted case who resides in Danang City. The…

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Vietnamese police interrogate 39 Chinese on suspicion of illegal entry. Visit Vietnam Insider’s homepage for more stories. An investigation is underway in Vinh Phuc Province after local police have detected a total of 39 Chinese suspected to enter Vietnam illegally, Tuoi Tre Newspaper reported. The detection was made while Vietnamese authorities at all levels have been taking necessary measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, including the prevention of illegal entry made by people from the country’s neighbors, including China. Police in Vinh Phuc said on Tuesday morning that these Chinese had been found residing illegally at three locations in the provincial capital city…

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