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Coronavirus lockdown sees share of women on India’s stock market rise

Mr Kamat says fixed deposits, although safe, became less attractive and mutual funds dropped too, encouraging people to start investing directly in stocks. So, he adds, people’s attention turned to capital markets because of the “heavily discounted valuations of fundamentally strong large-capital companies”.

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