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Monday, July 15, 2002

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Equity exposure: Will it be safe this time?
THERE is a mad rush to build corpus by a number of leading private sector mutual funds. The trend has raised some of the old bogeys, ones that had plagued the market on many earlier occasions. What we see here is a repeat of the usual story, ... More

  • ING Mutual offers fixed maturity scheme


    NIIT promoters shed 8 pc equity through open market sale
    PROMOTERS of computer education and software major, NIIT, have sold nearly three million shares or 7.73 per cent equity of the company in the secondary market during the last three months. Market sources said at prices prevalent over the past ... More

    Uptrend in textile scrips
    EVEN as tech and dotcom scrips continue to remain mired in low trading with not much of original bounce left, the old economy segments like the textile industry scrip is surprisingly doing well, warming up the mandarins in the Ministry of ... More


    A dumped concept being revived
    SHORTLY after he took over as the Finance Secretary in mid-1998, Mr Vijay Kelkar floated the idea of a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to help expedite the process of disinvestments, and eventually privatisation. A few weeks after Mr Kelkar ... More


    `Market recovery by Sept likely' — Mr Krishnamurthy Vijayan, CEO, JM Capital
    IF the fears of war and other geo-political uncertainties abate completely, we will see a strong, sustained recovery in the Indian equity market, according to Mr Krishnamurthy Vijayan, CEO, JM Capital Management Pvt Ltd. In an interview with ... More


    Divergent trends emerging
    THE S&P CNX 500, broadbased index of the currently active mid-cap stocks, is inching up towards its 15-month high of 815. Last week, it closed around 784. According to analysts, once it crosses the 815-mark, the next resistance is around ... More

    Divergent trend in Infosys Tech
    THE growing fear over corporate ethics and an unexpected drop in the University of Michigan index of consumer confidence were enough to sent the US markets to their biggest weekly declines since the aftermath of September 11 terrorist attacks. ... More

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