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  • Dark horse: Experts vote for tourism stocks

    3rd June, 2005 20:38

    The sector is booming, and stocks are waiting to be discovered. East India Hotel and Asian Hotels are favourite picks.

  • Air India to float IPO by FY05 end

    3rd June, 2005 17:18

    Air India plans to hit the capital markets by December 2005. It will also appoint an advisor for laying out the roadmap for its IPO by the end of this month. V Thu

  • Volumes improve in the F&O segment

    3rd June, 2005 16:55

    Volumes have improved in the F&O segment. Nifty Futures discount has trimmed to 18 points.

  • Infosys, HLL, HPCL, ONGC, IPCL, Satyam...

    3rd June, 2005 16:38

    Technical analyst, Salil Sharma discusses Reliance, Infosys, Satyam, TCS, Zee, HPCL, ONGC, ITC, and IPCL.

  • Earnings in Colgate will be spectacular

    3rd June, 2005 16:29

    Girish Nadkarni is of the opinion that under-ownership is pushing Colgate Palmolive up. With an increase in the demand of consumer goods, Colgate's earnings will b

  • Keep stoploss of Rs 360-365 in Tata Power

    3rd June, 2005 16:15

    Vidur Pendharkar feels that in short term, investors must keep a stoploss of Rs 360-365 in Tata Power. Book profits and shift to other stocks.

  • HDFC MF sells 2.3% stake in Century Textiles

    3rd June, 2005 16:10

    HDFC Mutual Fund offloads 2.33% stake in Century Textiles & Industries.

  • Rainfall to be average: YC Deveshwar

    3rd June, 2005 16:01

    CII Chief, YC Deveshwar says that India's GDP should grow at 7.2% in FY06 and rainfall this year should be average.

  • Sell offs must favour retail side: Haldea

    3rd June, 2005 16:00

    Prithvi Haldea of Prime Database believes that the government should sketch a plan for disinvestments and then announce them. Continuous announcements about disinv

  • Cummins margins aided by low employee cost

    3rd June, 2005 15:38

    Anant J Talaulicar of Cummins India feels that the company will be able to maintain a double digit growth in the top and bottom line.

  • Crew BOS Q4 net at Rs 2.95cr

    3rd June, 2005 15:33

    Crew BOS has announced its results. The company's Q4 net is at Rs 2.95 crore as against Rs 68 lakh.

  • Free insurance: A double edged sword!

    3rd June, 2005 15:23

    Moneycontrol shows you how to look out for yourself or at least make more informed decisions while going for credit cards with freebies.

  • Sri Adhikari Q4 net loss at Rs 2.16cr

    3rd June, 2005 15:22

    Sri Adhikari has announced its results. The company has posted a net loss of Rs 2.16 crore in Q4 as against a net profit of Rs 86.90 lakh.

  • Exit KCP, says Nadkarni

    3rd June, 2005 15:05

    Girish Nadkarni is of the opinion that investors must exit KCP as soon as they get profits in it.

  • TDS : Tedious for NRIs

    3rd June, 2005 15:00

    There are several issues relating to tax policies that NRIs can and do complain about, however, none is as vexing as the rules regarding TDS. Sandeep Shanbhag make

  • Should you play agri stocks before monsoon?

    3rd June, 2005 19:45

    The monsoon is just around the corner. The CMMACS has predicted a 34% deficit rainfall in June. The forecast is contrary to that of the MET department. Moneycontro

  • Rupee and bonds end on a strong note

    3rd June, 2005 17:14

    Rupee and Bonds firmed. Rupee firmed as euro regained against the dollar after a brief fall.

  • Sensex on track, may scale 6950: Jain

    3rd June, 2005 16:41

    Rajesh Jain of Pranav Securities says, volumes will also increase significantly, once the petrol price hike comes through, and the monsoon turns out to be normal.

  • Markets rally: Sensex & Nifty up over 1.4%

    3rd June, 2005 16:32

    The Sensex and Nifty closed up over 1.40% helped by strong gains in the Reliance group stocks. A rally was seen in technology, oil, pharma, banking, metal, and aut

  • Govt to maintain 51% in PSU banks: FM

    3rd June, 2005 16:29

    The Finance Minister, P Chidambaram is meeting public sector bankers in New Delhi today for an annual review and assesment.

  • Asian markets close higher: Nikkei up 0.18%

    3rd June, 2005 16:11

    Asian markets closed higher. Japan's Nikkei closed up 0.18% at 11,300.05.

  • Sehwag or Dravid? What's your risk style?

    3rd June, 2005 16:01

    Sanjay Matai draws lessons from the batting styles of Sehwag and Dravid and tells us how the same can be applied in the field of investments.

  • Idle salary accounts – Devil’s workshop?

    3rd June, 2005 16:00

    Are you losing money because of that idle salary account from your previous job? Do you know if your bank is penalising you on your idle salary account? MoneyContr

  • Re-invest in TCS at Rs 1220-1247 levels

    3rd June, 2005 15:44

    Vidur Pendharkar feels that TCS is in a downtrend at present. He feels the stock will come down to levels of Rs 1220-1247. Investors can do fresh buyings at these

  • NTPC is long term play, says Nadkarni

    3rd June, 2005 15:35

    Girish Nadkarni is of the opinion that investors will get 15-20% returns from NTPC in three-five years.

  • Sterlite targets 30-40% growth this fiscal

    3rd June, 2005 15:29

    Sterlite Optical Technologies is optimistic about their growth this year. The company is targeting a 30-40% overall growth, says Dr Anand Agarwal, Chief Executive

  • Cable industry to show 30% CAGR growth

    3rd June, 2005 15:22

    The midcap space has been abuzz for the last few days. Cable stocks for one have seen a lot of activity in the last 2 days. Deven Choksey of K R Choksey Securities

  • Neyveli Lignite is a high growth stock

    3rd June, 2005 15:19

    Girish Nadkarni is of the opinion that Neyveli Lignite is a low risk, high growth company. It can give 15-20% returns in 2-3 years time.

  • Nalco not a very good bet: PN Vijay

    3rd June, 2005 15:02

    Investment advisor, PN Vijay says that unless the pricing of Nalco is very attractive, he would not touch the public issue. If they give it to me for Rs 100, I wil

  • Cement sector will perform well

    3rd June, 2005 14:53

    Girish Nadkarni is of the opinion that cement prices are likely to go up in next 12 months. With the robust demand, the sector will perform well.

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