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Minor variations, no real mutual benefits
THE number of equity funds in the country has risen handsomely in 2004-05. As of December 2004, the industry managed 140 schemes with an asset size of about Rs 31,500 crore. That is up from 128 schemes managed in April ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


MFs: Wake up to ULIP challenge
Fund houses must warm up to the fact that their products are being rendered ineffectual by insurance companies, at least to a section of the market. More

STOCKS


Ease delisting norms for smaller companies
A SECTION of corporate and legal experts have underscored the need to lessen the cost burden of small firmsthat are looking to delist their shares from stock exchanges . The present exit norms prove heavy on the small companies' pocket due to ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Volatile condition may prevail
For India, the year-end asset allocation decisions by the FIIs were more influenced by the apprehension that the returns have peaked and are likely to fall in the medium-term. It would be too early to assert that India, one of four emerging markets w ould fast lose out in terms of priority of the global funds. More

Downtrend continues
WITH crude prices surging again, the equities at the US markets felt the pressure and eased further. The US stocks fell for a second week in a row. However, Friday's better-than-expected reports on industrial production and wholesale prices ... More

CHAT
What's best is to make the best of the way things turn out
Pushing a gutka packet stealthily under his keyboard to give it a kick, Jogin began to pound in lines of market chat, calling in Sridevi, Khan and Dakshinamoorthy to join. Chew on! Jog: All bulls missing after the heavy ... More

INTERVIEW


`Market may well be choppy for some more time'
THE asset management industry in India needs more sticky money, especially now when investors are asking so many questions". That was Mr Ajay Bagga, CEO, Kotak Mahindra Mutual Fund. Here, in an interview, he discusses a range of issues. ... More
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Volatile condition may prevail

Minor variations, no real mutual benefits

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