|The financial sector of India is the result of working together of a number of institutions, markets and financial instruments. The financial system is all about money, credit and finance. It is about financial services, stock market up and downs, Indian budget, income tax information etc.
The types of financial investments include shares, other equity investment, and bonds. These financial assets are then expected to provide income or positive future cash flows, and may increase or decrease in value giving the investor capital gains or losses. Investments are often made indirectly through intermediaries, such as banks, mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, collective investment schemes, and investment clubs.