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  • Indraprastha Gas plans Rs 100cr capex

    26th May, 2005 18:07

    The capex requirements would be more than Rs 100 crore. The company may take on additional capital to fund capex as and when required.

  • Is Swift the car for you?

    26th May, 2005 17:15

    If you are young - young at heart - and want to be seen driving a set of wheels that spell C-O-O-L, here's the car for you.

  • OBC targets Rs 1 lakh cr business this year

    26th May, 2005 16:56

    In March, the total business of the Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC), crossed Rs 75000 crores. During the current fiscal the bank is planning to cross Rs 1 lakh cro

  • Markets look rosy on domestic buys: Malkani

    26th May, 2005 16:42

    Jagdish Malkani, member of the National Stock Exchange, says that the market looks buoyant at the moment. There have been good domestic buys, though some FIIs have

  • CBT to decide EPF interest rate on Saturday

    26th May, 2005 16:40

    A special meeting of the Central Board of Trustees, CBT, of the Employees Provident Fund ,EPF, will be held in New Delhi, on Saturday, to recommend the final rate

  • F&O sees highest volumes in the series

    26th May, 2005 16:36

    On the F&O side, volumes were the highest for the series with a turnover of about Rs 16,881 crore.

  • Eco Intelligence sees India slowdown

    26th May, 2005 16:25

    Tom Joehnk of the Economist Intelligence Unit, tells that the business cycle will soon reach its peak and a slowdown is imminent, unless labour re

  • Asian markets close higher

    26th May, 2005 16:00

    Asian markets closed higher. Japan's Nikkei average closed up 0.12% today as some technology stocks remained firm.

  • Hold Tisco for long term, says Gaba

    26th May, 2005 15:47

    Prakash Gaba is of the view that short term structure of Tisco is weak but a good stock to hold for long term.

  • UCO Bank launches inbound money transfer

    26th May, 2005 15:45

    UCO Bank today launched inbound money transfer services across the country in a tie-up with Western Union, an international leader in providing the facility.

  • BHEL to continue to remain Govt firm: FM

    26th May, 2005 15:28

    The FM has said that BHEL will continue to remain a government company, even after the Cabinet approved divestment of the government's 10% stake in the company. Ta

  • BHEL issue to be at 10-15% discount: Kumar

    26th May, 2005 15:11

    With the government preparing to divest 10% of its stake in Bhel, Ashok Kumar of Lotus Knowlwealth says that the issue could bear a discount of around 10-15%. He a

  • OBC Q4 net up 4% at Rs 237.70cr

    26th May, 2005 15:07

    OBC has announced its results. The bank's Q4 net is up 4% at Rs 237.70 crore from Rs 228.68 crore. Its board has declared a dividend of 30%.

  • Tata Chem will rise in the next two weeks

    26th May, 2005 14:57

    Dharmen Mehta is of the opinion that Tata Chemicals can touch Rs 187-190 in next two weeks. He suggests staying invested in it.

  • Bharati Shipyard may touch Rs 180-185 levels

    26th May, 2005 14:50

    Dharmen Mehta is of the opinion that on the news of bagging good orders, Bharati Shipyard has moved up. It may reach up to a level of Rs 185 by next week.

  • Are MF IPOs losing their sheen?

    26th May, 2005 17:45

    After raising almost Rs 9000 crore since January this year, the mutual fund IPO rush seems to be dwindling.

  • Rupee firms while bonds end weak

    26th May, 2005 17:01

    Rupee held its gains while bonds ended weak.

  • Colgate, Eicher Motors, OBC, Satyam, BEML...

    26th May, 2005 16:46

    Pantaloon is defying gravity, while Eicher Motors seems to be the strength stock in the NSE. Ranbaxy is due for a ‘vicious bounce back’, and Dabur is shedding the

  • Prudential ICICI revises exit load

    26th May, 2005 16:42

    Prudential ICICI Mutual Fund has effected a change in the exit load structure under its Pru ICICI Long Term Floating Rate Fund, reports news wires. Now, redemption

  • Subsidy may not impact profits: Tata Tea

    26th May, 2005 16:37

    The Finance Minister has announced a one time subsidy of Rs 65 crore for the restoration of tea gardens. But, Percy Siganporia, MD, Tata Tea says that it may not r

  • Markets rally on shortcovering: Heavies up

    26th May, 2005 16:26

    The markets firmed up in late trading amid buying in capital goods, technology, FMCG, pharma, and auto stocks. Some weakness however was seen in metal and banking

  • Will invest in Indian Stock markets: GE

    26th May, 2005 16:22

    GE is preparing to enter both Indian bourses, as well as markets in consumer finance, power and infrastructure. GE President and CEO Jeff Immelt has also indicated

  • New insurance product for holiday seekers

    26th May, 2005 15:50

    Chennai based Cholamandalam MS General Insurance company, today announced the launch of its new overseas travel insurance product 'Chola Travel Insurance'.

  • Colour Chem net at Rs 16.46 cr

    26th May, 2005 15:46

    Colour Chem has announced its results. Its FY05 net is at Rs 16.46 crore. FY05 net sales are at Rs 413.26 crore.

  • Crisil FY05 net at Rs 22.16 cr

    26th May, 2005 15:43

    Crisil has announced its results. Its FY05 net is at Rs 22.16 crore. FY05 net sales are at Rs 89.08 crore.

  • BHEL issue to be at 10-15% discount: Kumar

    26th May, 2005 15:17

    With the government preparing to divest 10% of its stake in BHEL, Ashok Kumar of Lotus Knowlwealth says that the issue could bear a discount of around 10-15%.

  • Focus remains on the index: StanChart MF

    26th May, 2005 15:09

    Rajiv Anand of Standard Chartered MF says that at present, the market is focusing on the index, rather than the headline numbers. Higher oil prices, inflation, nex

  • Only buyers in Alstom, stock up

    26th May, 2005 14:58

    Alstom is locked at 10% upper limit. There were pending buy orders of 152,267 shares, with no sellers available.

  • Orient Craft plans an IPO in next one year

    26th May, 2005 14:52

    Sudhir Dhingra of Orient Craft says that the company is planning to tap the equity market in the next one year.

  • Strides Arcolab set to acquire Biopharma

    26th May, 2005 14:40

    Strides Arcolab will take over Venezuela-based Biopharma. Arun Kumar, Group Chairman at Strides Arcolabs, said that the acquisition will cost below $1 million.

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