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S&P marks up India's rating to investment grade
`Economic prospects remain strong and are rising gradually' More

Improved capital flows seen
The S&P rating upgrade is seen by some economists as a belated acknowledgement of the visible growth of the Indian economy. Markets have, however, tended to move ahead, going by the interest in Indian paper floated abroad. So will the new ... More

S&P upgrade to help cos tap larger investor base
Improved capital flows, easier overseas expansion likely More

Actis to set up $300-m realty fund
The UK-based private equity firm Actis has drawn out plans to ramp up its investments in India. The private equity firm is in the process of setting up a separate $200-300 million real estate fund, Mr Donald Peck, Managing Partner, Actis, said. ... More

Corus: What's in store?
The Indian corporate world watched with bated breath as Tata Steel and Brazil's CSN entered the final lap of the race for Anglo-Dutch steel maker Corus, heading for a closed-door auction in London late Tuesday. It is a new experience for India, ... More

Tata Steel net jumps 41% at Rs 1,064 cr
Higher sales and production drive profits in third quarter More

Actual inflation may be higher than provisional figures
While increasing inflationary pressure could well be the big worry for the Reserve Bank of India ahead of its quarterly policy, more alarming though could be the possibility of actual inflation being higher than the provisional figures being ... More

Higher output, lower subsidy burden boost ONGC profit
Net rises 20%; $50.87 earned for each barrel of oil produced in Q3 More

Monetary policy focus: Barking up the wrong tree?
These are hard times for the Reserve Bank of India — not because it is short of money but because there is, perhaps, an excess of it in the financial system. Policy formulation and response pose new challenges — `controllable' (may ... More

Hindujas to conduct Hutch due diligence on Feb 5, 6
6 cos evince interest in acquiring stake More

ISPs oppose auction of Wi-Max spectrum
Seek support from USO Fund More

Dabur India plans realignment of advertising agencies
Consolidation to be done over the next year More

Deep westerly trough churning weather in North India
The warm front-end of the westerly trough has already triggered light to moderate showers across the plains. More


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