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Fishing in the troubled waters of Pench
THE temperature was above 44 degrees Celsius at 5.30 p.m. as we drove in our Gypsy past Totladoh into the Pench Tiger Reserve (Maharashtra). The heat lent a sharp brevity to the forest. One could cut the air and it could crackle. Most of the ... More

PUBLIC POLICY NOTE


Rich China's poor yuan
China's rising external reserves should have caused the yuan to appreciate considerably. But the trend shows otherwise. There is a reasonably robust constituency in the US and East Asian countries for the continuation of the prevailing exchange rate regime, says Bhanoji Rao. More

EAR TO THE GROUND


India Cement active on cheap loan hopes
Going by the Dalal Street grapevine, India Cement has paved the way for further interest cost reduction. After its debt restructuring with domestic banks through a one-time settlement earlier, the company has now understood to have negotiated ... More

ON THE HEDGE


Small reversal likely in ACC, ICICI Bank
THE following strategies are based on Monday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE. The strategies are constructed to take advantage of small reversal in futures prices. These positions may run counter to the primary trend. ... More

SENSOR


Across-the-board selling in heavyweights
SELLING pressure across index heavyweights, fall in ADR price and selling spree by FIIs dragged the markets down, putting an end to the seven-day bull rally. While the Sensex was down 44.2 points, Nifty lost 4 points. On Monday, the markets ... More


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