What type of companies do fund managers typically target when building a portfolio for a banking and PSU debt fund? Option: Large-cap companies, Start-up companies, Mid-cap companies, Small-cap companies

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What type of companies do fund managers typically target when building a portfolio for a banking and PSU debt fund?

Large-cap companies

Start-up companies

Mid-cap companies

Small-cap companies

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What type of debt fund primarily invests in debt from banks and public sector undertakings?

"Credit Risk Funds"

"GILT Funds"

"Medium Duration Funds"

"Banking & PSU Debt Funds"

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What type of investor would typically find a banking and PSU debt fund most suitable?

Risk-averse investors looking for a secure investment option

Investors with a long-term investment horizon

Investors seeking to maximize capital appreciation

Investors seeking high-risk, high-reward investments

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What is a potential drawback of investing in a banking and PSU debt fund?

Lack of government regulation

High risk of capital loss

Frequent changes in NAV

Limited potential for substantial market gains

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What is the primary reason why banking and PSU debt funds are considered a relatively safe investment option?

They are not subject to market fluctuations.

They invest in highly volatile stocks.

They offer guaranteed returns.

They are backed by the Government of India.

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Which type of mutual fund invests in companies of all sizes?

Sector Funds

Multi-cap Funds

Mid-cap Funds

Large-cap Funds