Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, March 27, 2006
Commodities (March 25 at close)
Gold (per gram) Rs757
Standard Gold (10 gram) Rs8,175
Silver (per gram) Rs17.40
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs2775
Markets (March 24)
BSE Sensex10950.30(+109.79)
S&P CNX Nifty3279.80 (+32.65)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)44.70 (+0.17)


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Fertiliser PSUs plan joint venture for global operations
Government likely to replicate ONGC Videsh model to tackle shortage More

Ministry to seek nod for OIDB loans to oil cos
The persuasive skills of the Petroleum Ministry would be put to test once again. The Ministry is set to approach the Finance Ministry to consider allowing the oil companies to borrow capital from the Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB) to ... More

Interest cut on loans for poultry units
In a bid to bail out the poultry industry, which has been hit hard by the birdflu outbreak, the Government today decided to grant a one-time reduction of four percentage points in interest payment on bank loans taken by poultry units. This ... More

Trane plans to import air-conditioners from Thailand
To take advantage of free trade agreement with India More

`Use nuclear tech for development purpose only'
Striking a note of caution in the backdrop of the recent Indo-US nuclear deal, Nobel Laureate Sir Harry Kroto on Sunday advised both countries to gain a better understanding on the subject and utilise it to benefit people. "Ignorance is the ... More

Food techies in demand now
Testing and certification More

IBM sees SMB demand powering storage success
Big Blue credits business volume from small and medium business (SMBs) for its success in the Indian storage market. According to analyst firm IDC, IBM has 21.8 per cent of market share in external disk storage market. It has 23.7 per cent ... More

Techbooks eyeing buys in India, US
To invest $5-7 m for hiking capacity here More

A toss between bulls & bears
`No consensus among geographically diversified overseas investors' More

FMPs - Evergreen in nature?
Negative feelings seem to be quite prevalent on debt front More

CBDT specifies reporting format for banks
Interest paid on term deposits without TDS More

That sinking feeling
Too many ships and... More

PSBs exiting State development loans
Low coupon, long tenor papers seen risky amid tightening liquidity, rising yields More

Ban to continue on Terminator seed tech
Still attempts are on to open the door to field testing of terminator seeds More

Mango crop likely to be lower in South
Impact of unseasonal rains, delayed flowering More

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