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Portfolio Management - not for HNIs alone
"PORTFOLIO management services are no longer an exclusive club restricted to top-notch executives and high net worth individuals, but are increasingly percolating into the upper and lower middleclass households in the country," Mr Porinju ... More

INSIGHT


Now, that's an exchange
KEVIN stood in line at the college library's reference desk. Sandra, a pleasant and articulate woman, was answering questions to each one in the line. It was Kevin's turn. "Hi! I am looking for some information on stock exchanges. Can I get ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Financial literacy and retirement planning
ARE you aware you may have to retire very soon? Whether you like it or not, your health may fail, your employability may diminish or you may just have to call it a day for one reason or other. Are you ready for retirement? Are your finances in ... More

STOCKS


Stock Split
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STOCK MARKETS


Value lies in the mind of the investors
Jogin spent the weekend recalculating the economy's growth rate. Dakshinamoorthy slept well, dreaming that Sakhalin oil will solve our fuel problems. Sridevi was spending her bull-run gains on Navaratri purchases. But Khan got them all to ... More

In the limelight
THE drop in global crude prices and better-than-expected earnings from companies such as PepsiCo Inc and Micron Technology Inc helped the US benchmarks to score handsome gains despite a report showing that consumer confidence had the biggest ... More

FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS


FIIs can now purchase Grasim
FOREIGN institutional investors can now purchase shares in Grasim Industries Ltd up to 22 per cent of its paid-up capital, said a release from Reserve Bank of India. As the foreign share holdings by FIIs in Grasim had gone below the allowed ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


Revoking suspension of scrips by BSE irks traders
STOCK brokers are irked by the Bombay Stock Exchange's decision to suspend trading in shares of companies that have not complied with listing norms, and revoking the same a couple of days later. According to brokers, in recent cases, BSE had ... More

INTERVIEW


Mid-cap will continue to display signs of instability
THE obsession with mid-cap stocks may ease for the time being, but investors should not easily lose their faith if the companies concerned have good fundamentals and efficient business models, Mr Rajat Jain, CIO of Principal PNB Mutual Fund, told ... More

OUTLOOK


Sound mid-caps may see buying — Cement, IT stocks may participate in pre-quarterly results rally
Some Japanese and Korean funds are understood to be gradually increasing their stake in Indian equities, while a clutch of hedge funds are becoming more active in the local market in search of better returns. More
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