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Monday, December 12, 2005
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Karvy opens new trading hall in Vizag
KARVY Stock Broking Ltd is expanding its branch network aggressively and by the end of the financial year it aims to have 550 branches, according to Mr T.S. Harihar, the head, Derivatives. He was speaking to the press here on Sunday after the ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Close-end schemes - Not preferred ones?
A SUDDEN interest in close-end schemes has prompted some sections to take a closer look at these products. As things stand, the close-end genre is quite limited in terms of number and diversity. But this has not prevented the curious mind to ... More

STOCKS


Cross-holding in IOC, GAIL — ONGC drops buyback plan, may divest stake in market
THE issue of unlocking of cross-holdings among three major oil PSUs — ONGC, GAIL and Indian Oil is fast reaching a new turn. According to highly-placed sources, ONGC has not only dropped its plan for buyback of shares from IOC and GAIL, ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Bulls don't win bullfights, people do
Jogin watched anxiously fiery visuals of oil-depot blasts in London. Khan surfed the Web for international trade statistics. Dakshinamoorthy studied satellite images to check for new cyclones in the offing. But Sridevi remembered to summon them ... More

Patni Computer makes debut at NYSE
INTEL seemed to have spoiled the mood for the US bourses by announcing insipid sales forecast; the US markets tumbled even after a report showed the biggest two-month increase in consumer confidence in more than two years. The Dow average ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


SEBI tracking `abnormal' stock price movements
BUOYED by the success in cracking the whip on jacked-up penny stocks and saving thousands of gullible investors, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has further strengthened its surveillance system for `early detection' of ... More

INTERVIEW


`Online brokers are not severely constrained by security issues'
IDBI Capital Market Services is readying for new businesses, Mr Sushil Muhnot, MD & CEO, tells Business Line. Excerpts: What are the new businesses that IDBI Cap may foray into in future? We are now the second largest ... More

OUTLOOK


As liquidity dries up — Volatility, profit taking may check bull run
THE local bulls appear set to make a directional call for the Dalal Street. Despite strong volatility and profit booking tendencies, the benchmark indices took an upward move primarily because a section of market players pressed for strong index ... More
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Close-end schemes - Not preferred ones?

Bulls don't win bullfights, people do

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In Focus

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Indian Aviation: Sky is the limit
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In Depth

Gender Justice
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Looking back
Dec. 4-Dec. 10
FMCG funds top list of performers, gilts at bottom



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