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Monday, November 10, 2003

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Select sector funds do well
Investment in sector funds has some merit. They do well when their chosen sectors move up, giving investors a chance to exit after booking profits at higher levels. More


BSE imposes special margin on 88 scrips
THE Bombay Stock Exchange has imposed special margins on 88 scrips with effect from Monday. The rates of special margins have been revised keeping in view the closing price of the scrip on the last trading day. Members are hereby informed that ... More


It's going to be a Sensex and bull story...
IT is one of those times when stock markets are front-page news (for the right reasons) in even general interest dailies. Those who had sworn on their kids never to look at a stock quote again are making discreet calls to the neighbourhood broker ... More

Broader indices likely to outdo benchmarks again
In the first phase, from April 28 to September 9, it was seen that broader indices outperform the Sensex because of large participation by retail investors in the mid- and small-cap stocks. More

Infy, Dr. Reddy's hit new 52-week high; MTNL in limelight
THANKS to better-than-expected reports on unemployment, manufacturing and construction, equities at the US bourses rallied smartly. Buoyed by these, the S&P 500 gained 0.2 per cent to 1053.21 last week; the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained ... More


`Kotak MF keen on auto, pharma, banking sectors'
— Mr Rushabh Sheth, Head, Equity Funds, Kotak Mahindra Mutual Fund More
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NBOT plans futures trading in bullion, gram, cottonseed cake

Amul all set to storm Mother Dairy bastion

Private grain trade makes a comeback — Depleted public stocks boost price sentiments

CII revises GDP growth to 7.2 pc

Corporates bullish on all fronts, says FICCI survey

Buddhadeb deplores `gross abuse of legislative privilege'

Broader indices likely to outdo benchmarks again

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Looking back
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Lowe Personal to take JM Mutual fund to tiny towns

NSE removes quantity freeze for institutional investors

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