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FIIs take fancy for old private banks — Goldman Sachs Investment leads the pack
THAT foreign institutional investors are interested in private sector banks is old hat. What is new, however, is that they are not seeking out the usual suspects - HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and UTI Bank - but stocks of old private sector banks ... More

Foreign holding in Aptech goes up to 51 pc
IN just about a quarter, the overall foreign shareholding including foreign institutional investor (FIIs) stake in Aptech Ltd has increased from barely 6.63 per cent of the total capital to about 51 per cent, and the Indian public holding dipped ... More

Bankers on edge as home loan defaults creep up
CONCERN is rising among a section of lenders on the home loan front with defaults showing a steady increase. Bankers say that the negative fallout of continued intense competition among banks and housing finance companies for an increased share ... More

Marathon: Mumbai Inc shows it cares & shares
AGAINST the backdrop of the Mumbai skyline, dotted with recognisable edifices such as the Air-India and Oberoi buildings, corporates participating in the Standard Chartered Mumbai International Marathon 2004 couldn't have asked for a more scenic ... More

At 6K, Dalal Street at crossroads
This week, there is apparently no reason for market to develop fresh weakness, except to let a technical correction to happen. However, the average mindset does not seem to favour to increase the risk appetite dramatically. More




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