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IDFC plans to launch second pvt equity fund
AFTER the success of its India Development Fund (IDF), IDFC is now setting the stage to unveil its second private equity fund with a corpus of Rs 1,300 crore with the same objective of investing in infrastructure development projects. Unlike ... More

STOCKS


Nagarjuna Const converts shares of warrant holders
NAGARJUNA Construction Company Ltd has informed the bourses on Tuesday that the allotment committee of its board has approved the allotment of 4.5 lakh equity shares to Western India Trustee & Executor Company Ltd (as Trustee of India Advantage . More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bear onslaught
BEARS were in total control of Tuesday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bearish. Wednesday's trading is unlikely to have much effect on the sentiment reading. Nifty Futures Recommendation: The ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Sensex sheds 142 points, Nifty 45 on weak Asian markets
BOURSES took a tumble on Tuesday on the back of weak Asian markets and expiry of futures and options contracts. With market participants, across the board, squaring up positions before the end of the financial year, indices that opened weak ... More

Defensive buying keeps select pharma in green
TRUE to the market perception as "defence bets", some pharmaceuticals stocks today not only withstood the market carnage but moved up. According to Mr Mathew Easow, of matheweasow.com, world over the pharma stocks are considered defensive as ... More

Nagarjuna Constructions riding on infrastructure boom
THE construction sector overall has got a major fillip with the announcement of allowing foreign direct investments. One of the stocks in the sector hogging the limelight now is Nagarjuna Constructions. The stock has registered a strong run in ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Buy BHEL, OBC, SBI futures for short throwbacks
THE following strategies are based on Tuesday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE. The strategies are constructed to take advantage of short throwbacks in futures prices. The position is inherently risky, as they may run counter to ... More

COMMENTARY


Tidal wave of selling pressure drags Sensex
THE Government's warning about the threat of a possible tsunami hitting the country's eastern coastline after a massive earthquake jolted Indonesia on Monday, fortunately, turned out to be a non-event. But the stock markets were not so lucky. ... More

IPOS


Retail investors can invest up to Rs 1 lakh in IPOs
NOW retail investors will be able to invest up to Rs 1 lakh in the initial public offers of companies. The Securities and Exchange Board of India has amended the Disclosure and Investor Protection Guidelines to increase the value of investments ... More

OUTLOOK


Private equity investors warm up to India
FOREIGN private equity investors are warming up to India as a key investment destination. Following the hectic activity of foreign institutional investors (FIIs), it is now the turn of foreign private equity investors to focus on India either to ... More
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