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  • Aug
    31

    When on the run, equity bulls like to jump over the negatives, and investors who get jittery ner­ves quickly tend to be left behind.
    With every new high the equity

  • Anutosh Bose, chief operating officer of LIC Nomura Mutual Fund, says the June quarter GDP number has proved that the economy is looking up and faster implementation of policies

  • If there is one sector in the stock market which has remained the fancy of institutional investors and whose constituents have seen their share price rise faster than the rest

  • Soyabean prices have been tracking movements in the international market since the beginning of the year. Prices are expected to remain subdued till November as in the interim

  • Total production of turmeric, often dubbed the yellow spice in the country, is estimated at 35-40 lakh bags during 2014 compared with 52 lakh bags last year, of which 20

  • Uncertainty over the fate of coal blocks allotted between 1993 and 2010 has sparked fears of delay in recovery in battered sectors like power and metal, and is expected to

  • As the equity market braces itself for a major event – the Supreme Court judgement on the allocation of coal blocks – it would be prudent for traders to

  • Nifty continued to gain weight despite some major unexpected red signals coming up in the way of bulls. The Supreme Court ruling on coal mines allocated for captive consumption