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Private banks log higher profit growth in Q3
Higher provisioning, employee costs hit public sector banks. Indian banks have come through the December-earnings season in much better shape than ...

NTPC Vidyut to start getting solar power by Oct
NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN) expects to start buying power generated from solar energy ...



Boosting leather exports:...
Alstom Projects: Sell
Investors with medium-term perspective can consider selling the stock of Alstom Projects India (Rs 567.3). The company provides power equipment for utilities besides a range of services related to power generation to other ...

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Cairn deal: ONGC maintains it has first right of refusal
ONGC on Sunday maintained that it has contractual rights on the fields it jointly owns with Cairn and, therefore, had the first right of refusal for any stake sale by Cairn plc in ...

Negative bias seen on Reliance Infra, Everest Kanto
I hold Feb 2011 Sesa Goa futures purchased at Rs 331. What would be a good strategy? – ...

SARFAESI Act and woes of the ‘abated'
The Sick Industrial Companies Act (SICA) is a quasi bankruptcy law, and was enacted on the lines of Chapter 9 of the US ...

Increased volatility likely to pervade trading rooms
Egypt factor may keep institutional traders on tenterhooks. Dalal Street may see sharp increase in volatility this week as sellers are likely to scare away buyers or potential buyers. FIIs, their money managers here told Business Line, will step ...

Gold may move lower; copper, tin outlook bullish
Across the metals complex, and more particularly in the precious metals segment, prices softened last week. While gold and silver hit two-month lows, base metals fluctuated following a combination of lingering growth concerns, tightening ...

Rs 1,644-cr debt relief for Kingfisher Airlines
Conversion of debt into equity, additional bank loans on cards. The debt restructuring plan, worked out by a consortium of banks, will give beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines a relief of Rs ...

Widespread snow, rains for North India
Widespread rainfall and snowfall has occurred over Jammu and Kashmir while it was fairly widespread in Himachal Pradesh and isolated in Uttarakhand during the 24 hours ending ...


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Markets (Jan 28)
Nifty (at 3.30 p.m.)5,526.80(-77.5)
US Dollar(Buy/Sell)45.70/71
Brent crude (a bbl) Rs4,438
Gold (a gram) Rs1,833
Silver (a kg) Rs41,440


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