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Will pension funds exploit equity premium?
AT a time when equity premium is becoming the key guiding factor for pension fund managers world over, the Indian Government's coyness in opening the pension funds to the capital markets has certainly been frustrating to observe. But now, it ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Small investors — Are they neglected ones?
THERE aren't too many things you could do with Rs 500. That amount will fetch you little in a five-star hotel. It may just be enough for a branded shirt at a downmarket garment store. It will also get you units in some mutual funds, the minimum ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Canara Bank: Interest hinges on performance
Quite a few banking companies have come up with improved performance for the previous fiscal. This in turn has led to an improvement in market sentiment in the past few weeks. Canara Bank is scheduled to hold its board meeting on May 12 to ... More

INTERVIEW


`Our asset mix is now inclined to debt' — Mr N. Sethuram Iyer, Chief Investment Officer, SBI MF
SBI Mutual Fund, once among the top players in the domestic asset management industry in terms of asset size, has lately lost its preeminent status. It has now lined up a number of initiatives to extend its reach and tap new segments of ... More

COMMENTARY


US rally pushes up Indian counters
THANKS to positive announcements from computer-related companies such as Nvidia Corp and Intel Corp, the US benchmark indices witnessed their longest rallies since last October-November. While Nvidia Corp, which makes graphics chips for Microsoft ... More

Tech counters may rejoice on Intel Corpn's guidance
THE domestic stock market looking more outwardly these days. According to a section of market players Intel Corporation's results and the sharp upward move of the Nasdaq Composite on Friday are likely to influence sentiment, at least for the tech ... More

IPOS


UCO Bank public issue likely in July
UCO Bank is planning to come out with the public issue sometime in July or August, according to Mr V.P. Shetty, Chairman and Managing Director of the bank. "We have sought the Government's approval and we hope to get it, together with RBI's ... More
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In Focus
SARS scare
Truckers' Strike
Telecom Competition
Oil PSUs: Disinvestment dilemma
NPAs in Banking
In Depth
Simple Economics
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Tax Talk
The Brahmananda collection
NRIs & Investment Avenues
Corporate Governance
Gold: Still the winner?
Cars: Always a beauty
Books and Reviews
Looking back
May. 4-May. 10
Trading interest dull in major bourses

Can the market bank on banking stocks?

Investors fancy cos with high dividend yield


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