The share of debt MFs has been consistently sliding after the pandemic, with interest rates headed south and stock markets ascending
AUM | assets under management | Debt MFs
While the overall AUM pie has grown 17 per cent since April 2021, debt AUM has compressed 17 per cent
The share of debt mutual funds (MFs) in the overall industry assets has shrunk dramatically over the past 16 months.
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First Published: Tue, August 16 2022. 00:54 IST