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Meet four leading dons whose words carry weight on Dalal Street

Mon, 01 Jun 2015 22:48:38 GMT

(image) Now is time to go back to the classroom. Meet Prof Sanjay Bakshi, Neeraj Marathe, Venkatesh Panchapagesan and Ravi Sundar Muthukrishnan ..

Buy Tata Motors for target of Rs 765-775:Karvy

Thu, 03 Jun 2010 06:59:47 GMT

Karvy Stock Broking has advised traders to buy Tata Motors for target of Rs 765-775.

Stocks subdued ahead of policy review

Tue, 29 Jul 2008 05:59:14 GMT

The markets remained subdued weighed down by global weakness and RBI’s policy review keeping traders on tenterhooks. Gainers & Losers I Stocks to watch

Stocks drop in line with global slump

Tue, 29 Jul 2008 04:53:49 GMT

Share prices fell owing to weak global markets and cautious traders ahead of the RBI’s policy review. Gainers & Losers I Stocks to watch | Investor's itinerary

Equities seen lower on weak global cues; RBI policy review eyed

Tue, 29 Jul 2008 03:53:44 GMT

Equities are likely to slide eying RBI monetary policy review and hit by renewed US credit concerns. Gainers & Losers I Stocks to watch | Heard on the streets

Trade turns choppy; banks stocks decline

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 06:28:28 GMT

Key indices swung between positive and negative on global cues and traders were cautious ahead of RBI's policy. Gainers & Losers I Views & Recommendations

Stocks turn choppy after positive start

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 05:02:07 GMT

Market opened in positive terrain but slipped into the red within minutes, weighed down by bank stocks. Gainers & Losers I Stocks to watch | Investor's itinerary

Stocks open higher on global cues

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 04:59:04 GMT

Stocks opened higher led by positive global cues. After opening at 4282.25, the BSE was up 24 points with investors eyeing RBI's monetary policy. Stocks to watch

Stocks to watch

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 04:46:25 GMT

RIL would have an exclusivity over gas distribution in these cities for five years as per the gas distribution policy.

Sebi query delays Emami open offer

Fri, 25 Jul 2008 18:32:36 GMT

The open offer by consumer products firm Emami for Zandu Pharmaceutical Works has been delayed, following queries by market regulator the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi). The Emami offer was to open on July 24.

Max group looks to list three cos

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 20:01:43 GMT

The Max group is looking at listing three of its companies, Max India, Max New York Life and Max Healthcare.

Japanese firm Nomura gets equity brokerage licence in India

Sun, 20 Jul 2008 05:22:54 GMT

Japanese brokerage firm Nomura has received an equity brokerage licence in the country and also memberships of the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange, a British media report said on Sunday.

Heard on the street

Mon, 14 Jul 2008 20:40:50 GMT

The latest talk is that the Fortis Hospital - part of the Ranbaxy group - is in talks to acquire Chennai-based Chennai Meenakshi Multispeciality Hospital(CMM). Riding this buzz, the CMM stock price rose 14% on Monday to close at Rs 19.

Heard on the street

Fri, 11 Jul 2008 21:28:47 GMT

Vakrangee Software, a e-governance service provider received an order from the chief election commission, Maharashtra unit, involving preparation of the new electoral roll.

Sensex in a bear grip

Fri, 27 Jun 2008 21:35:58 GMT

Friday’s fire sale, with no buyers in sight, was not just a Dalal Street phenomenon - stocks slipped across markets, with Chinese scrips falling the most.