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DSP Merrill Lynch expects limited gains for income funds
IT may be time to look at the realities in the fixed income market, especially the way funds are trying to deal with them. For starters, tune in to DSP Merrill Lynch MF, which has outlined its latest fixed income strategy in no uncertain ... More

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Compliance report: CSE sets brokers June deadline
STOCK exchanges have drawn brokers' attention to norms regarding collection of margins from clients, especially to the issue of furnishing compliance certificates at the end of each quarter in line with the stipulations laid down by SEBI. The ... More

COMMENTARY


Firm trend continues
ONCE again the fear of possible terrorist attacks, particularly following the car bomb explosion outside the US Consulate in Karachi (Pakistan), seemed to have affected the sentiment at the US markets. Besides, the US Government's announcement on ... More

Markets looking for value picks
THE secondary capital market is showing signs of a bull phase. "The erstwhile cash shares or medium and small capitalised shares now seem to be leading the bandwagon. Most of them have formed a rounded bottom on the charts. Though it is too early ... More


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