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New pension structure has options for the risk-averse, says Swarup
NOT long ago, pension reforms vehicle appeared to be trudging along smoothly towards a new defined contribution structure. Things have, however, changed in the space of couple of months, and quite dramatically so. As the new pension ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bulls prevail
BULLS extended their pressure over Friday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bullish. Bear domination on Monday is likely to reduce the bull count by a considerable margin, thereby, resulting a change in ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Continued value buying pushes Sensex up by 112 points
THE stock markets held onto the gains of Thursday and effected another 112-point gain on the Sensex. Continued value buying, especially by domestic mutual funds, helped sustain the rally. The indices opened tentatively, but subsequently gained ... More

Indices jump on last day of each quarter to prop up NAV
WITH institutional activity in the domestic equity market increasing in the last few years, institutional investors have taken a new way to show somewhat healthy portfolio by keeping the key indices in positive territory on the last trading day ... More

Abhishek Ind on institutions' radar
THE stock of Abhishek Industries has come into the radar of institutional investors. Analysts say the company has had several visits by prospective investors. The stock gained by over 2 per cent on Friday. Currently, mutual funds and UTI own ... More

MRPL up on bullish undertone
THE Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd stock today attracted attention of a section of investors on fresh value propositions for medium to long-term. The stock finished at Rs 48.30, up 1.90 per cent, and recorded a traded quantity of 7.4 ... More

COMMENTARY


Bellwether indices set market on a roll
ON Friday, the first day of the new fiscal's trading session, the bulls were upbeat with the bears resting in the woods. Metal stocks showed signs of mettle, bank and select sugar stocks clocked large volumes of trade. The strength of the rise ... More
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Indices jump on last day of each quarter to prop up NAV

Home loans set to grow at 30-40 pc

Rubber imports may come down under VAT regime

In Focus

BHEL Disinvestment
China's revaluation
Dabhol power regenerated
Tracking the rains
Sethusamudram Canal Project
India Inc's overseas acquisition
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In Depth

Gender Justice
Simple Economics
Tax Talk
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Looking back
Mar. 20-Mar. 26
Clouds of negatives darken sentiment

Stock market: Barometer of economy?

Downtrend pinches mid, small-cap indices more


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