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Monday, February 25, 2002

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e-Serve surrenders NBFC approval -- To focus on IT-enabled services
CITICORP Securities & Investments Ltd, which has been renamed as e-Serve International Ltd, will henceforth not take on any non-banking finance company (NBFC) activity. The company has surrendered the NBFC approval given by the Reserve Bank of ... More


One-time investment vs systematic investment
IN certain ways the Budget could be the most appropriate time to revisit one's strategies for investing in mutual funds, including the one that is most drummed up, systematic investment in equity funds. It might also be useful to view systematic ... More


Steel sector bailout: Taking a leaf out of Uncle Sam's book
FOR a nation starved of medals in the international sporting arena, a cheerful note last year was provided by the Commerce and Industry Minister, Mr Murasoli Maran, who claimed a trophy, after the efforts he put in to stave off the First World at ... More


Dr Reddy's Lab posts smart gains
DR REDDY'S Laboratories American depository receipts (ADR) witnessed a smart jump during the previous week at the US bourses. Dr Reddy's ADR posted a gain of about seven per cent to $21.35 ($19.98) during the week. However, at the Bombay Stock ... More


Disinvestment, Budget moves to set the tone for next rally
AFTER rising sharply in the first two weeks of the month, stock markets seem to be taking a breather ahead of the Union Budget. In addition, the assembly elections are also restricting market players in taking fresh positions. However, one ... More
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HUDCO plans second tranche of Gujarat bonds

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