Financial Daily
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Wednesday, September 19, 2001





Banking and Finance
Financial institutions
The IDBI, after pressure from the media over its liquidity-crunch, has stated that ``it is not experiencing any liquidity problem necessitating it to seek succour or a bail-out from the Government or any other agency''.

Yielding investments
Due to the prevailing economic and market factors, identifying a worthy and yielding investment strategy has become a very difficult. Under the present scenario, the articles `Buying low, selling high' and `Blind strategies may not work' (Business Line, September 2) suggest a valuable investment plan. They also provide noteworthy details on scrips that have touched new lows and highs in the past three years and their upward or downward reactions after such falls or gains.

Politics of terrorism
This refers to `The politics of terrorism' (Business LineF301, September 13). The article put things in proper perspective in that terrorism, wherever perpetrated, is to be condemned. As implied, it is indeed a period of introspection for the US -- it sh ould put into perspective the way it looks at the world and vice-versa.

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