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UTI-I to exit from subsidiaries
WHILE the future of UTI Mutual Fund remains hazy, clarity is emerging on the roadmap for its twin outfit - the Specified Undertaking of Unit Trust of India (SUUTI) also called UTI-I. In what would pave the way for the eventual winding up of ... More

Franklin Templeton's exposure in Rallis, CCL Products goes up
FRANKLIN Templeton Mutual Fund has informed the National Stock Exchange that it has through its various schemes recently acquired shares of CCL Products (India) Ltd. While Franklin India Prima Fund (FIPF) has acquired 7.98 lakh shares ... More

Fine-tune portfolio when necessary
SHUT your eyes for a minute and consider the portfolio of equity funds that you have created for yourself. Is it making money for you the way you want it to? Is it trailing the portfolio that your friend (or spouse or associate or advisor) has ... More


Mid-cap stocks' higher price-earning ratio worries investors
PRICE-EARNING (P/E) ratio of mid-cap stocks has caused concern among the investors, as it is much higher than that of the large-cap stocks. This is seen from the comparison of P/E ratios of BSE Sensex, S&P CNX Nifty and CNX Midcap indexes. P/E .. More

There's no buy call for this week
Sridevi sat near the window watching Mumbai getting drenched, Khan tried to fit various logic theories to explain the market movements, and Dakshinamoorthy kept singing, "Rain, rain, go away. to Tamil Nadu!" But Jogin brought the chat meeting to ... More

Rains may dampen sentiment
Nobody is talking about a serious correction at a time when easy money is pouring into emerging markets and particularly to the Indian equities. More

Banks, stock markets to remain open in Mumbai despite rains
THE rain-hit city of Mumbai is still out of gear. Train, bus and air services, restored partially from Friday, were disrupted again following heavy rains since last night. The State Government has ordered closure of educational institutions in ... More


FIIs hike stake in Hexaware Tech
FOREIGN Institutional Investors (FIIs) have increased their stake in Hexaware Technologies Ltd to 33.22 per cent during June 2005 quarter compared to 24.43 per cent in the April quarter and 23.12 per cent in December 2004 quarter, according to ... More


`Variable fees will form the basis of all our offerings'
SAHARA Mutual Fund, Mr Arindam Ghosh, Chief Marketing Officer, tells Business Line, has a major task ahead of it: Persuading investors to accept variable AMC fees. "This is a new concept. The market must come to terms with it", he says ... More
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