Outlook Money - April 2018

Publisher: The Outlook Group
Category: Business, Investment
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly
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Launched in July 1998, Outlook Money has relentlessly worked as your money manager, helping you invest well, borrow wisely and spend smartly. The Outlook Money magazine has been advising its readers on finance, investing, real estate, smart savings, insurance, healthcare, travel, besides buying and maintaining cars. Through our stories we attempt to give you specific, actionable tips that you can use to make your money grow. It is these efforts of 16 years that has helped us grow from being India’s first personal finance magazine to India’s No. 1 personal finance magazine.

Cover story: Footloose Fancy free Travelling is fun, but planning is essential if you want to enjoy a hassle-free trip. From deals to travel tips, Outlook Money tells you all you need to know this summer. OLM Conclave 2018: India’s GDP Will Grow at 9 Per Cent Only If Net Exports Surge: Debroy Stock Pick: Mahindra & Mahindra - Stock Performance Lags Fundamentals. Sales outlook good; the company is poised to meet new regulatory norms, says Malini Bhupta Smart Money: Survival of the truest. Parambrata Chatterjee’s money wisdom. Also read – Market Outlook, Morningstar Fund Review and other stories


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