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Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Commodities (Sept 19)
Gold (per gram) Rs826
Silver (per gram) Rs18.50
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs2,954
Markets (September 19)
BSE Sensex11970.47(-100.83)
S&P CNX Nifty3457.35(-35.40)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.12(-0.02)

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Households investing more in stocks, MFs
Dip in inflows in small savings instruments: RBI data More

Goldman Sachs to invest $1 b more
Goldman Sachs India LLC, the Indian subsidiary of the global investment banking company, said that it had earmarked an investment of $1 billion for India over the next two years. "The company will make capital investments of $1 billion over the ... More

Forex reserves: Reddy for low-risk investments
`Lurking fear that capital flows may not be maintained' More

Now, multiple lasers on a silicon slab
Researchers at Intel and California University build on Raman Effect More

Mother Dairy to set up bourse for farm produce
In pact with MCX; Safal exchange to be located in Bangalore More

Mobile number portability may be delayed further
Technical, commercial issues raised by operators More

MIPs stage a comeback
Most schemes hit their all-time highs More

Profit-booking brings Sensex down by 237 points intra-day
With the indices rallying and inching close to their all-time highs, there has been a certain level of hesitancy that has been building up in the stock markets. Tuesday's mass profit-booking towards the end of the session was probably influenced ... More

India demands greater say in IMF decision-making process
Continues to call for `equitable' reforms in IMF More

GE rationalises IT services vendors
Move comes after a gap of 3 years More

DoT may make spectrum allocation more stringent
To put in place technical norms for efficient usage More

Sugar stocks: Active on price hike buzz
Sugar stocks such as Dhampur Sugar, Balrampur Chini, Bajaj Hindusthan, Upper Ganges, Simbhaoli Sugars and Rana Sugars, witnessed surge in volumes on Tuesday. Market talk has it that these companies might announce price hike in the region of ... More

AP move spurs Jain Irrigation
The Jain Irrigation stock has been witnessing quiet accumulation at the bourses of late. According to dealers, the buying is on the back of expectation that the company might benefit from the Andhra Pradesh Government move to bring 20 lakh acres ... More

Three concurrent systems dictating peninsular weather
The peninsular weather has come under the influence of three weather systems acting concurrently in the ocean basins. A third and the latest of the low-pressure areas materialised over the Bay of Bengal late on Monday, to the immediate east of an ... More

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