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Monday, May 27, 2002

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Be cautious in volatile period
THE stock market lost heavily in the early sessions of the last week only to bounce back with a whopping gain on Friday. Net asset values of equity funds went down in tandem with the indices. Investors in MFs will need to watch the markets ... More


`Derivatives trading not to be considered speculative for I-T'
THE high-level panel constituted by the Finance Ministry to review the existing definition of speculative transaction is set to make out a case for treating derivatives trading as a normal business activity rather than a speculative ... More


Alleged misuse by FIIs: 4-member panel to review tax treaty with Mauritius
THE Finance Ministry has decided to constitute a four-member Working Group to review the functioning of the Indo-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Convention (DTAC) following complaints on the alleged misuse of the treaty by foreign ... More


Sinha, Jaitley to decide on additional powers to SEBI
SOON after the stock price manipulations by a clutch of brokers led by Ketan Parekh came to light shortly after the 2001 budget, the then Chairman of SEBI, Mr D.R. Mehta, after the customary hand wringing, wrote to the Finance Ministry detailing ... More

Amended insider trading regulations: Price-sensitive info published by cos alone to matter
AMONG the changes made by SEBI in its amended insider trading regulations, 2002, the one relating to the meaning of unpublished price-sensitive information is quite significant. As per the amended provision, information which is not published ... More


`MFs investing abroad can gain from possible Re depreciation': Mr M Nandurkar, Fund Manager, SUN F&C
DOMESTIC mutual funds must go all out to cash in on the regulatory authorities' decision to allow local players to invest overseas, believes Mr Milind Nandurkar, Fund Manager, handling debt at SUN F&C Mutual Fund. The constraints, he admits, are ... More


War concerns, monsoon to drive market sentiment
Developments on the Indo-Pak border front and related international developments as well as the forecast of another favourable monsoon will continue to dominate market sentiment during the coming week. The Sensex, which gained a whopping 141 ... More

Dull mood persists
THE warnings from the FBI on possible terrorist attacks and the concerns over sluggish economic growth seemed to have affected the sentiment in the US markets. The US Government data on GDP, a key measure of economic growth, grew at a revised 5.6 ... More

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