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Monday, October 14, 2002
Tirumala not alone
THE Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Mr Chandrababu Naidu, during a recent visit to the Tirumala Hills to have an early morning darshan of Lord Venkateswara, had the sudden inspiration to go round the temple complex, inspecting the kitchen ... More
GLOBAL FINANCE & OVERVIEW
Japan: First in, first out?
There has been many a false dawn in the Japanese policy domain over the last decade. However, the right men and the right policy co-ordination do seem to be in place for one final opportunity to solve the problem on government terms. Otherwise, crise s will resolve themselves with unforeseen but often unpleasant consequences, says V. Anantha-Nageswaran. More
A RINGSIDE VIEW
Trading to be range-bound; undertone remains bullish
Wipro and VisualSoft Technologies are scheduled to declare their second quarter results this week. The market expects better quarter-on-quarter results from the two. More
Who gets shares in demutualised exchanges?
IN MARCH 2001, when the stock market scam blew up, as part of Operation Cleanup, Mr Yashwant Sinha, who was the Finance Minister then, was to quick to announce demutualisation as one of the major steps. With the second anniversary of that ... More
Will the cost benefits transfer to investor?
ARE we paying too much for our mutual funds? Never has this question assumed more importance than now. Especially so in the current context, marked as it is by what seems to be the market's renewed interest in costs, fees and expense ... More
Gold eases, but no selling pressure seen
POLITICAL developments and favourable movements in the equity market and US dollar impacted gold last week with prices moving down and trading in a narrow range. True to its perceived vulnerability in the previous week, gold fell back below $ 320 ... More
Infosys back to higher premium
THE US market at last was able to break the downward slide after failing six consecutive weeks. The rally came after Aetna Inc and Yahoo Inc announced better-than-expected results. Besides, General Electric Co also came out with decent numbers, ... More
STOCKS TO WATCH
Hero Honda: To kick-start?
THE Hero Honda stock could occupy centre-stage as it would be first major company from the two-wheeler sector to come up with earnings number. The company is scheduled to come up with its second quarter performance this week (October 18). Hero ... More
Cotton futures to move up
NYCE cotton futures finished lower on Friday on speculative and fund pressure due to a bearish USDA monthly production report. In its October supply-demand data, USDA raised world cotton ending stocks to 39.83 million (480-lb) bales, from ... More
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