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  • Stocks to watch: Bajaj Auto, Bharti

    14th May, 2005 13:55

    Mukkaram Bhagat is bullish on Auto Corporation of Goa and finds Bajaj Auto better than Hero Honda. Shankar Sharma is not too bullish on Bharti as valuations are ex

  • Bullish on big Indian pharma cos: Sharma

    14th May, 2005 13:18

    Shankar Sharma of First Global is bullish on the big Indian pharma companies, but feels that the midcap pharma is not looking so good.

  • Essar Oil will hit Rs 45: Expert

    14th May, 2005 12:46

    Hormuz Maloo feels that as market will perform better in near future, Essar Oil is likely to reach level of Rs 45.

  • IFCI will move up in few months, says Maloo

    14th May, 2005 12:31

    Hormuz Maloo feels that IFCI has now got a good support at Rs 11. In next few months when market will go up, the stock will also see a high.

  • Hold Indian Rayon, says Maloo

    14th May, 2005 12:17

    Hormuz Maloo is of the opinion that once Indian Rayon crosses its resistance levels of Rs 450-465, it will see a uptrend. Investors must hold it.

  • Short term trend of CESC is up, says Maloo

    14th May, 2005 12:09

    Hormuz Maloo is of the feel that though short term trend of CESC is up, investors must re-think of it at Rs 210-215 levels.

  • Stanchart MF to launch equity schemes

    14th May, 2005 11:20

    Standard Chartered MF is set to launch equity schemes and has received requisite regulatory approvals to enter the equity fund management business.

  • Tata AIG Life declares 3.5% bonus

    14th May, 2005 10:25

    Tata AIG Life has announced a reversionary bonus of 3.5% of the sum assured for the financial year ended 2004-05.

  • Delhi police arrests Guru Swaroop Srivastava

    14th May, 2005 09:23

    The Delhi police arrested Guru Swaroop Srivastava on a complaint against him by the two Mumbai-based chartered accountants and HDFC.

  • Switch from Matrix Labs, says Pujara

    14th May, 2005 13:28

    Kashyap Pujara feels that Matrix Labs will remain stagnant at Rs 200 levels. He suggests switching to other pharmaceutical stocks at that level.

  • Avoid Jammu and Kashmir Bank: Maloo

    14th May, 2005 12:55

    Hormuz Maloo feels that technically there are other banks better than Jammu and Kashmir Bank, which are likely to perform better.

  • Midcap stocks look risky now: Sharma

    14th May, 2005 12:44

    Shankar Sharma of First Global says that one should be extremely cautious on the midcap space.

  • IDBI can re-test Rs 125 again: Maloo

    14th May, 2005 12:25

    Hormuz Maloo is of the opinion that IDBI can again touch Rs 125 levels in a few weeks times. From long term perspective it is a good stock worthy to hold.

  • Dug up roads, a nightmare for Mumbaikars

    14th May, 2005 12:13

    Monsoon is round the corner. With the work on dug up roads yet to be finished, Mumbaikars are going to face a tough time in traffic jams.

  • Price war hots up among retail chains

    14th May, 2005 11:35

    Retail chains race to provide bigger discount deals. Competition worsens with the entry of new entrants.

  • Sebi may go easy on first time offenders

    14th May, 2005 10:46

    The market regulator Sebi is mulling a proposal to give first time capital market offenders a break. They can pay a penalty and get back to business.

  • Tatas to foray into drug discovery

    14th May, 2005 09:47

    The Tatas are making a foray into the drug discovery and pharmaceutical development business by setting up a new company called Advinus.

  • Dow down 49 points; Nasdaq up 13 points

    14th May, 2005 08:58

    Investors abandoned blue chips and other large cap stocks yesterday as a lower-than-expected consumer confidence report fed into Wall Street's fears of an economic

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