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Wednesday, November 16, 2005
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Geojit expects five-fold rise in client base in 3 yrs
WITH the expected rise in investing population and the growth in the number of its branches and range of services, Geojit Financial Services Ltd expects its trading client-base to grow to 5 lakh in three years from one lakh now. Currently, ... More


Tanla plans fresh equity offer
HYDERABAD: Tanla Solutions Ltd is in the process of finalising plans to issue additional equity shares to fund its expansion that encompasses products and R&D centre. In a statement, the company said it had also decided to split the ... More


Exchanges not to give up regulatory role in near future: SEBI chief
Mr Damodaran said that SEBI would soon come up with simplified norms for follow-on public offerings. More


BSE, NSE open separate window for block deals
BLOCK deals on both the National Stock Exchange and the Bombay Stock Exchange has now come under a separate window that would be available for the first 30 minutes of the trading day. The separate window for block deals has become operational ... More
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