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Monday, April 04, 2005

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Derivatives: Contracting the contract size
THE size of the derivatives contract traded on the NSE has been revised with effect from April 1, 2005, as most contracts have exceeded the minimum value of Rs 2 lakh. The NSE should go a step further and halve the ... More


Tech funds outpace others
According to figures collated by Value Research, Franklin Infotech has delivered roughly 59 per cent. More


Range-bound movement
THE insipid data on jobs coupled with record oil prices affected the mood for the US equities. The Dow Jones dipped 0.4 per cent to 10,404.30, a level which it did not see since January 24; the Nasdaq shed 0.3 per cent to 1984.81. However, the ... More


`Derivative products are set to gain significance'
EQUITY funds will retain their popularity this fiscal too, feels Mr Prabal Nag, Head - Marketing & Sales, JM Mutual Fund. "A multitude of equity products were introduced last year. It was a virtual parade... yet investors displayed a ... More


Benchmarks may move around current levels
RAFTS of the benchmark indices barely escaped out of the jungles infested with bears, albeit a journey through class V rapids, but market is not out of the woods yet. Amid FII outflow from the emerging markets and restraint for Indian ... More
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