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UTI fund managers more vocal
ONE of the more interesting aspects of the revamped Unit Trust of India is that its fund managers have come out of their shells — a development that has not gone unnoticed in mutual fund circles. UTI personnel are a more visible lot these ... More

STOCK MARKETS


No piggy ride for media stocks now
MEDIA stocks rode piggyback on IT stocks during the boom year 2000. While there has been a recovery of sorts for mainline IT stocks since then, the media stocks, however, continue to languish at the bourses. The market returns of the top 16 ... More

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`Income plans remain the flavour of funds' — Mr M Sivakumar, CEO, Chola Mutual
THE last couple of years have been quite eventful for Chola Mutual Fund. It began with a parting of ways with Cazenove, its erstwhile foreign partner, and later, the departure of a CEO. The fund, which has just wrapped up a consolidation ... More

`We have no special bias to debt or equity' — Mr Sanjay Prakash, CEO of HSBC MF
HSBC Mutual Fund is the latest player in the market. Set to enter with four schemes, including one focussed on equities and another targeting institutional investors, the fund may well bring with it a breath of fresh air. Or so hopes Mr ... More

COMMENTARY


Despite attractive valuations — Only few takers in the market
THE BSE Sensex last week gained marginally by 6.26 points. The probable scenario of this week is range-bound trading. According market players and analysts, the market is plagued by lack of confidence and the resultant absence of buying ... More

Infosys registers new 52-week high
THE US markets did not react much to the US Federal Reserve's rate cut during last week. For the first time in five weeks, the broader S&P 500 and the tech-focussed Nasdaq Composite index fell while the Dow Jones Industrial Average just managed ... More

IPOS


Govt to go ahead with Maruti IPO
AFTER failing to enlist the support of financial institutions and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on a hard underwriting plan, the Government is set to proceed with the original proposal on the first public issue in carmaker ... More
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