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Thursday, January 27, 2005

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Pullouts hurt new equity funds
MANY investors subscribe to new share offers by companies in the hope of selling the stock on listing and making a quick buck in the bargain. Investors now seem to believe they can do the same with mutual funds as well. After garnering ... More


FIIs inflows will slow down in 2005: Survey
WITH the dollar gaining in strength against major currencies and the hardening of US interest rates, India's top CEOs and CMDs feel that the crucial FII investment into the Indian stock market will slow down in the initial months of 2005, a ... More
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Top Stories
Widening US trade, budget deficits begin to hurt — Dollar losing favour with most central banks

Pennar Ind lenders to get 43 pc equity by debt conversion

Textile sector can touch $100 b post-MFA: Study

Hill highway to boost Kerala's rural economy

`IT spend by medium-sized businesses up by 15 pc'

Govt may hike subsidy for single super phosphate units

Tea exports decline drastically; imports up

Demand for bio-fuels drives Praj Ind's growth — 5-fold rise in Q3 net on higher exports

In Focus

BHEL Disinvestment
The Yuan Revaluation
Dabhol power regenerated
Tracking the rains
Sethusamudram Canal Project
India Inc's overseas acquisition

In Depth

Gender Justice
Simple Economics
Tax Talk

Looking back
Jan. 16-Jan. 22
Minor variations, no real mutual benefits

Volatile condition may prevail

Market participants upbeat on banking stocks

FII stake in Satyam up at 56.59 pc

SEBI mulls altering takeover code

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