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Saturday, March 01, 2003
Dividend tax, capital gains tax to go Capital markets get a lift
IN a move that is designed to boost the capital markets, the Finance Minister, Mr Jaswant Singh, today announced the withdrawal of dividend tax at the hands of shareholders and abolishment of long-term capital gains tax. From April 1, 2003, ... More
`Boost to equity investments'
Dividend, tax gains for MF investors
While returns earned on the growth option will be subject to a 10 per cent (long-term capital gains) tax, the returns earned by way of dividends will be subject to a higher 12.5 per cent tax. More
Funds welcome pension reforms
MF industry upbeat on proposals
Volatile stocks, unaffected Sensex
STOCK prices witnessed see-saw movements today even as stockbrokers and analysts said that the Jaswant Singh Budget is growth-oriented and market friendly. Brokers said the proposals mooted by Mr Singh would attract more funds to the capital ... More
Fundamentals still hold the key
Huge block deals on HDFC Bank
How stocks reacted to the talk
Reliance: Outlook positive, buy March 300 calls
THE following strategies are based on Friday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Equity option: The outlook on Reliance Industries appears positive. The upside price target is Rs 315. The risk is that the stock may decline ... More
FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS
Will Mauritius lose its sheen?
WILL the Mauritius route used by companies for bringing in investments into India lose its sheen? Budget 2003 has proposed that investors who buy stocks of listed companies from March 1, 2003 will be exempt from paying tax on the gains they make ... More
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