A debt fund classified as "C-III" in the PRC matrix would have: Option: "Highest interest rate risk and lowest credit risk", "Lowest interest rate risk and lowest credit risk", "Highest interest rate risk and highest credit risk", "Lowest interest rate risk and highest credit risk"

A debt fund classified as "C-III" in the PRC matrix would have:

Why is the PRC matrix considered beneficial for prudent investors?

How does the PRC matrix differ from the riskometer in assessing risk associated with debt mutual funds?

What does PRC stand for in the context of debt mutual funds?

Why should investors be cautious of credit risk funds?

What are Credit Risk Mutual Funds?