Indian textiles in quota-free world
A tough future awaits the Indian textiles and apparel industry after the end of the MFA quota dispensation. Competition will be rife. The industry will do its best to protect existing markets and make inroads into those of its rivals, mainly from Chi na.
The allure of digital democracy
AS elections draw near and campaign fever grips political parties and voters alike, campaign managers are exploring innovative ways of getting the average citizen to walk to the voting booth on poll day and press one of the buttons of the ...
EAR TO THE GROUND
Techs dip, PSUs turn darling
If the market talk is to be believed, the selling was from various institutional investors, as they are now shifting their positions to the PSU stocks. Dealers said after the excellent response to the IPO of various public sectorcompanies, the ...
ON THE HEDGE
GAIL: Outlook positive, buy March futures
THE following strategies are based on Monday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segments on the NSE: GAIL: The stock closed at Rs 230 in the spot market. The outlook appears positive. The upside price target is Rs 252. Consider ...
Oil, cement stocks stay in positive territory
FOLLOWING the surge in stock prices on Friday, the markets began the week on a high note to close in the positive territory for the second consecutive trading day. Buoyed by the continuing interest in oil stocks, the Sensex surged by 54 points ...
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