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  • Mutual fund NAVs end lower as markets close weak

    31st August, 2006 23:42

    Equity NAVs declined yesterday as markets ended lower on the F&O settlement. On the sector front, auto, technology and banking funds closed lower.

  • Boeing fears India heading to overcapacity

    31st August, 2006 20:50

    Boeing is sounding warning bells. Indian carriers have ordered 400 aircraft, that's almost twice the number the industry now has. But can it fill the seats? Boeing

  • Risk pretty low in auto, cement, tech, capital goods sector 

    31st August, 2006 20:49

    PN Vijay, Investment Advisor is of the opinion that auto, cement, technology, capital goods and manufacturing sector are the sectors where the risk is pretty low a

  • The new 'P' of advertising

    31st August, 2006 20:19

    Advertising agencies now have to deal with a new 'P', which stands for procurement.

  • RIL to end Gail's monopoly in gas mktg?

    31st August, 2006 20:01

    Watch out Gail. Reliance Industries plans to break Gail's monopoly in gas marketing. CNBC-TV18 reports that Reliance Industries has drawn up a Rs 17000 crore cross

  • Govt re-looking at CBM allocation?

    31st August, 2006 19:50

    The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs today did not take any decision regarding the allocation of the 10 coal bed methane blocks, but referred the Empowered Co

  • PNB can cross Rs 500 

    31st August, 2006 19:43

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Punjab National Bank could cross Rs 500. It seems to be stronger than SBI.

  • ITC best buy among frontliners 

    31st August, 2006 19:37

    Rajesh Agarwal of CD Equisearch is of the view that ITC is a best buy among frontliners.

  • HPCL will go upto Rs 330-340 

    31st August, 2006 19:35

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that HPCL will touch Rs 330-340.

  • Nitco Tiles has target of Rs 240 

    31st August, 2006 19:29

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Nitco Tiles has a target of Rs 240.

  • Agarwal bullish on BPCL 

    31st August, 2006 19:16

    Rajesh Agarwal of CD Equisearch is bullish on BPCL.

  • DLF puts its IPO on hold!

    31st August, 2006 19:04

    DLF has put its IPO on hold and has withdrawn the draft red herring prospectus. The company cites changes in the business model for the withdrawal of IPO prospect

  • Attractive IT picks for 2006

    31st August, 2006 18:26

    The IT/Software sector is likely to outperfrom the broader markets in this year feel analysts. Scalability, overseas acquisitions, and value addition are some para

  • China would have been as wary over their ports: Dalakoti

    31st August, 2006 17:57

    Is the government being overly cautious and denying clearance to Hutchison Port Holdings and two other Chinese companies from operating container terminals in Indi

  • Balrampur Chini has stoploss of Rs 87 

    31st August, 2006 17:55

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Balrampur Chini Mills has a stoploss of Rs 87 and below that it can go down to Rs 73-74.

  • GE Shipping demerger: Sheths sink differences

    31st August, 2006 21:30

    The storm clouding the GE demerger may finally be over. The Bombay High Court today gave the company three extra months to effect the split. But CNBC-TV18 reports

  • Who Controls Investsmart?

    31st August, 2006 20:50

    Is SEBI's takeover code up for creative interpretation? Is there room for a fight between the spirit and the letter of the law? CNBC TV18's reports that the answer

  • This year will be disappointing for aviation sector 

    31st August, 2006 20:47

    PN Vijay, Investment Advisor is of the view that this year will be very disappointing for aviation sector.

  • Health insurance policy for old

    31st August, 2006 20:10

    Senior citizens can now buy a mediclaim policy. But the bad news is that they will have to pay through their nose for it, reports CNBC-TV18.

  • Hindustan Motors has support at Rs 35 

    31st August, 2006 19:52

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Hindustan Motors has support at Rs 35 and it can head back to Rs 50.

  • Bank of India has resistance at Rs 156 

    31st August, 2006 19:49

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Bank of India has resistance at Rs 156.

  • Zee Telefilms has support at Rs 260-265 

    31st August, 2006 19:40

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Zee Telefilms has support at Rs 260-265.

  • Prefer TV18, Zee Telefilms in channels 

    31st August, 2006 19:35

    Rajesh Agarwal of CD Equisearch is of the view that one can prefer TV18 and Zee Telefilms in channels.

  • Dalmia Cement can touch Rs 360-370 

    31st August, 2006 19:32

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that above Rs 302, one could look for a target of Rs 360-370 in Dalmia Cement.

  • Dewan Housing has support of Rs 62 

    31st August, 2006 19:23

    Technical Analyst, Ashwani Gujral is of the view that Dewan Housing Finance Corporation has support of Rs 62. It can head upto Rs 77.

  • Buy City Union Bank 

    31st August, 2006 19:10

    Rajesh Agarwal of CD Equisearch is of the view that City Union Bank is a good buy.

  • Govt's stand on Balco weak: Tulsian 

    31st August, 2006 18:33

    The Cabinet Commitee on Economic Affairs has approved the refund of Rs 1,099 crore to Sterlite Industries, which it had paid for the purchase of 49% stake in Balco

  • Mkts to consolidate in Sept: Vijay Bhambhwani 

    31st August, 2006 18:15

    Vijay Bhambhwani of BSPL India.com is satisfied with the rollover figures. He is still optimistic on the markets and doesn't think it is time to short yet. "I woul

  • Comfortable with auto, IT and cement sectors: PN Vijay 

    31st August, 2006 17:57

    Investment Advisor, PN Vijay believes great stories come form some of the small companies, which get listed, underpriced and then you pick them up. "Everest Kanto

  • Triveni Glass can appreciate well in two years

    31st August, 2006 17:54

    DD Sharma, Anand Rathi Securities is of the view that Triveni Glass can appreciate very well in the coming two years.

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