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In the UTI world
FOR all the restructuring and consolidation it has gone through, UTI remains a fund house of gigantic proportions, complete with a labyrinth of schemes where an average investor can well lose his way. As things stand today, it manages a large ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Dalal Street may struggle in speed-breaker zone
LAST week may have proved to be yet another test for the global money-bags and their so-called long-term play in the emerging markets such as India. Suddenly valuations of the Indian stocks are being questioned. `Downgrade' reports have started ... More

CHAT
You can get run over if you just sit on the right track
Beaten badly when the indices moved downhill during the week, Jogin fumbled at his PC for the market chat with Khan, Sridevi and Dakshinamoorthy. Get wise! Jog: Who jammed the brakes when we were cruising nicely! Kay: ... More

INTERVIEW


`Be very tactful and tread cautiously'
THE stock market can be extremely treacherous, cautions Mr Raamdeo Agrawal, Joint Managing Director of Motilal Oswal Securities, on the eve of launching the latest edition of his wealth creation study, an annual exercise for the company. But ... More

COMMENTARY


2005 begins on bitter note
THE first week of the year started on a bitter note for both the US and Indian markets, as major indices, which posted a healthy return in 2004, from both these countries witnessed a sharp fall. Concern over interest rate hikes following ... More
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