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Friday, August 05, 2005
SEBI panel moots revised broker fee
Comments invited before August 20
Sensex closes at new peak of 7797
MUMBAI: Led by Reliance and Tata Steel, the Sensex on Thursday surged up by further 41 points to end at yet another new peak of 7797.08 while investors shifted their focus to mid-cap and small-cap stocks on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). ...
Tata Power plans huge outlay
To set up plants in Bangladesh and South Africa besides Raigad in Maharashtra
TCS pact with Italian firm
Drug discovery through computer programme
French industry to explore investment opportunities
Business team from Rhone-Alpes region to arrive in October
Sharp drop in rupee
MUMBAI: The rupee lost heavy ground against the U.S. currency on Thursday due to hectic dollar demand from state-run banks, possibly on behalf of the Reserve Bank of India to contain gains in order to protect exporter interest following a deluge ...
Infy's China investment
Projects will include software development, IT services and ITeS
Mauritius-based FII hikes stake in RCL
NEW DELHI: Copthall Investment, a Mauritius-based foreign institutional investor (FII), has hiked its stake in Reliance Capital to seven per cent after Anil Ambani's group came up with a Rs. 2,673-crore preferential issue last month. Copthall has ...
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