Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, May 23, 2005

News
Features
Stocks
Port Info
Archives
Google

Subscription

Group Sites

COLUMNS

OFFHAND


UPA's score-card
ONCE an academic, forever an academic, it would seem. How else does one explain the spell report-cards exercise on Dr Manmohan Singh? Ever since he took charge, he has geared up his office to keep scores on the ... More

A RINGSIDE VIEW


Short-covering may lift benchmarks
BEARS yielded some ground to bulls last week, but did not altogether leave the ring. On the other hand, bulls have stepped up pressure on the bears by buying into the May index futures. The FIIs last week also went with the bears by remaining net ... More

MUTUAL CONFIDENCE


AMFI focuses on service tax, equity fund index
HERE is an attempt to tell you about some of the initiatives lately taken by AMFI, the association formed by asset management companies in India. These may not concern you, the investor, directly but you may still file the information in your ... More

RANDOM WALK


No smart consensus
AS the United Democratic Front (UDF) Government in the State enters the last of its five-year term in office, it faces a barrage of accusations and allegations regarding its development and industrialisation agenda. The most strident and virulent ... More

MARK TO MARKET


Extreme events and managing market microstructure issues
SEBI's recent order to ban UBS Securities Asia from issuing participatory notes for one year brings to the fore the function of a regulator in the financial market. Business Line editorial (May 20) rightly argues ... More


Comments & Letters to the Editor to: bleditor@thehindu.co.in
Subscribe to: Business Line
Pick a Winner Stock Market Contest

Top Stories
RBI decision to drop MIFOR needs relook


Cell firms' Q4 revenues up 10.5 pc

Left to caution Govt on sources of seed supply

Fertiliser fallacies: Danger to food security

India plans supersonic jet trainer facility

Raw sugar imports: Industry worried over policy changes

Short-covering may lift benchmarks

In Focus

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

In Depth

Gender Justice
Simple Economics
Tax Talk
More

Looking back
May. 15-May. 21
Something is rotten in fruit trade

Now for the non-resident farmer

Pvt banks as RRB sponsors seems a good bet


The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | The Hindu eBooks | The Hindu Images | Home |

Copyright 2005, The Hindu Business Line. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line