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Friday, April 08, 2005

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Protecting the `real' investors
SOME 20 million households are invested in equity shares. This includes both retail and high net worth individuals. To draw more individuals into the equity fold, the Securities and Exchange Board of India has ... More


SEBI puts gold funds plan on hold for now
ALTHOUGH the Finance Minister proposed the introduction of Gold Exchange Traded Funds in February, investors would have to wait a while before they are allowed to invest in these, as the Securities and Exchange Board of India appears to be in no ... More

Birla Mutual plans GenNext Fund
BIRLA Mutual Fund has been bitten by the Generation Next bug. It has worked out an equity product for investing in companies that are likely to benefit from rising consumption patterns. Not inappropriately, the scheme has been named Birla India ... More

UTI MF to make fresh bid to kick-start pact with SSgA
UTI Mutual Fund will soon mount a fresh bid to kick-start its tie-up with State Street Global Advisors (SSgA), which has not made any progress in the past one year. UTI MF will present its case before the regulators on the matter, especially ... More


Range-bound movement
THURSDAY'S trading activity witnessed narrow movement. Bulls managed to gain from the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradeable counters stands mildly bullish. Bear domination on Friday is likely to terminate most of the uptrend ... More


Current market valuation is not expensive: UTI
UTI Mutual Fund sees the stock market exhibiting "volatility" in the near term even while being hopeful that corporate India would return "fairly decent numbers" in the earnings season beginning from Monday. "We expect corporate earnings to ... More

Textile stocks shine on Gokaldas IPO success
BOLSTERED by the heavy response to the initial public offerings of Gokaldas Exports, textile companies' shares shot into the limelight on Thursday in anticipation of market interest in the sector. Most textile companies especially the mid-cap ... More

Aegis Logistics up on siblings pact talk
Unconfirmed news is that the NRI promoters - the two Chanderia brothers - among themselves amicably decided to part ways. It understood that one of the two brothers would fully buy out the other. The promoters' total holding in the company ... More


Short reversal likely in ICICI Bank, Bajaj Auto
THE following strategies are based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE. The strategies are constructed to take advantage of short reversals in futures prices. The position can run counter to the primary trend. ... More


No move to raise the ceiling of 20 per cent — ADS/GDR of State Bank to be within FII limit
IN what would come as a dampener to foreign institutional investors (FIIs) hoping to corner a larger pie of State Bank of India (SBI) shares, the Ministry of Finance has decided that the bank's American Depository Shares (ADS) and Global ... More


Concern over FII flows exerts pressure
THE mood in the market, on Thursday, was cautious. Reflecting the trend on the major Asian markets, the markets closed lower. Driven by concerns of a slowdown in investments by overseas investors in the market, investors chose to sell in ... More
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Looking back
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