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Scope for growth in children schemes
MUTUAL funds aimed at children are in a class of their own, thanks to their USP. There are not too many of these in India as fund houses have been generally averse to launching products specifically for minors. Perhaps the general idea is that ... More

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PSU bank stock trading on May 29 — Investor loss could be as high as Rs 40 cr
WHERE would one place the bubble that burst in public sector bank stocks last week? As scams go, this wouldn't rank anywhere near the kind of monies that investors lost during the securities scam of 1992 or the more recently in early 2001, that ... More

It's party time for media stocks, courtesy CAS
WHETHER the implementation of the conditional access system (CAS) spells well for the consumer or not will be known in the coming weeks, but last week was good for media stocks. Overall shares of most of the media companies saw a renewed ... More

Market looks fertile on monsoon hopes
DALAL Street is turning bullish by the day. It appears that the majority of the market players are ready to bet on a normal monsoon. Sixty per cent of the consumer demand depends on the monsoon, which roughly covers 70 per cent of the country's ... More

Britannia: Numbers to sweeten?
Britannia Industries: The biscuit manufacturer is scheduled to come up with its financial performance on June 12. The stock has been in the limelight in the past few weeks. The announcement of annual performance and the dividend payment ... More

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`We are still positive on equities' — Mr N.K. Sharma, CEO, IL&FS Mutual
IL&FS Mutual Fund, among the smaller players in the Indian MF circuit, is trying to expand its reach and improve performance. It has a range of equity and debt funds, and plans to add a few more in the days ahead. Mr N.K. Sharma, CEO, shares ... More

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HDFC Bank hits 52-week high
THE US markets ended last week on a firm note amidst reports that the US manufacturers and service companies were growing. On the back of extreme optimism, the S&P 500 climbed 2.5 per cent to 987.76 and the tech-focussed Nasdaq by two per cent to ... More
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