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Moneycontrol News Archive : 16 April, 2005

  • Correction likely to continue for some time

    16th April, 2005 13:47

    Girish Nadkarni of IL&FS Investmart and investment advisor PN Vijay believe that the markets are witnessing correction, which is likely to continue for some more t

  • Analysts bullish on the steel sector

    16th April, 2005 13:09

    Girish Nadkarni of IL&FS Investsmart and Investment advisor, PN Vijay are bullish on the steel sector.

  • DRL suffers a blow against Eli Lilly

    16th April, 2005 12:07

    Dr Reddy's suffered yet another body blow when it lost a patent challenge case against US drug giant Eli Lilly on its prized schizophrenia drug zyprexa.

  • A new twist to the IRMA battle

    16th April, 2005 11:56

    The battle for control at Institute of Rural Management at Anand, IRMA, took a new twist with its chairman, Vergeshe Kurien, denying entry to the campus to the two

  • Wall Street sees worst day in two years

    16th April, 2005 11:04

    Wall Street suffered its worst single day in nearly two years yesterday, with the Dow Jones industrial average falling 191 points for its third straight triple-dig

  • Stocks to watch: Infosys, Tisco

    16th April, 2005 13:37

    Investment advisor PN Vijay says that right now the entire tech sector looks fairly valued and investors should look beoyond Infosys. On Tisco, technical analyst D

  • India offers Qatar stake in 3 PSU refineries

    16th April, 2005 12:16

    India has offered Qatar equity stakes in three public sector refineries. The king of Qatar's three-day state visit also saw an agreement for purchase of mirages in

  • Oil prices zoomed on higher consumption fear

    16th April, 2005 11:58

    Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, head of the Saudi Arabian royal family's Investment Holdings, says that oil prices have zoomed on fears of higher consumption in China a

  • Kashmir is top priority, says Musharraf

    16th April, 2005 11:43

    A pilgrimage and cricket are minor distractions. Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf arrives in New Delhi today with Kashmir on his mind.

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