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Monday, December 19, 2005
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BSE Sensex9346.04(+61.58)
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US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.2250/45.2550 (latest)


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JRG ties up with RTE group firm
JRG Securities Ltd has joined hands with United International Trading Company (UITC), with the intention of extending JRG's financial services to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Cooperation Council countries. The United International Trading ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


During Ravi Mehrotra's era
THE idea that an individual can find God is terribly self-centered. It is like a wave thinking it can find the sea" - Sir John Templeton (source: www.templetonpress.org) The news that Mr Ravi ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Muster your wits, stand in your own defence
Khan tried analysing the modus operandi of the latest IPO scam, Dakshinamoorthy put in efforts to decipher WTO-speak, and Sridevi shed a silent tear for the victims of the unfortunate stampede down South. It was Jogin who stopped watching cricket ... More

INTERVIEW


`Equities as an asset class will beat inflation'
MR VED Prakash Chaturvedi, MD of Tata Mutual Fund, is not a naysayer when it comes to stocks. Equities will surely beat inflation if you consider them from a longer term perspective, he tells Business Line. Excerpts: Given ... More

COMMENTARY


Infy, Satyam, banking counters shine
WITH US Federal Reserve giving an indication that it will soon stop raising interest rates, US equities resumed its fourth-quarter rally; the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.9 per cent to 10,876.15 and the S&P's 500 increased 0.6 per cent to More

Another buoyant week likely
DALAL Street garnered enough liquidity last week to raise the benchmark indices. This week, local equities are likely to end on a buoyant note, as the market makers appear determined to keep the Sensex flag flying. According to market ... More

TRENDS


Life insurers book gains in equities; invest in bonds
BONDs were mixed in last week's trading, influenced by a combination of hardening international oil prices and rising domestic liquidity in the short-term. Bankers said bonds were also helped by the intervention of life insurance companies, ... More
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