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Monday, February 18, 2002

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PSU counters a big attraction
AS everybody knows by now, shares of public sector companies have caught the market's fancy in a big way. Fund managers have not been silent spectators insofar as investment in PSU stocks is concerned. Already, some of them are picking up select ... More

`Feel good' factor back on bourses
THE feel good factor seems to be coming back in the capital market. A stream of good news such as the disinvestment of public sector units, Budget expectations and soft interest rates are the primary reasons. Lowering of tensions across the ... More

ICICI, Bank ADRs in the limelight
THE week saw the ICICI and ICICI Bank ADRs surging ahead in the US markets in line with the underlying equities in the domestic market. ICICI gained 36 per cent at $7.63 ($5.61), while in the case of ICICI Bank, the gain was steeper at $6.25 ... More


Securities tribunal may see structural changes
WITH the proposal for hefty fines for capital market offences running into crores of rupees awaiting the approval of the Cabinet, structural changes are on the anvil for the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT). The SAT was constituted three ... More


`We look at companies with global standards'
AFTER being ignored by the markets, stocks of multinational companies (MNC) are set to emerge as hot-picks in the days to come, feels the MNC Fund Manager of Birla Sun Life Mutual, Mr Paras Adenwala. Excerpts from an ... More
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