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Moneylife Digital Team 11 November 2010
Bharti has announced capital expenditure of around $800 million in Africa and is expected to announce a new branding for its operations in the continent shortly. This capex and increasing domestic competition have impacted its earnings Stiff competition at home and the increased tax rate in...

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Munira Dongre 11 November 2010
Indian sugar exports are expected to be the only saviours in easing overheated global prices due to shortage predictions. The future of sugar stocks depends on when the govt allows exports and how much Just about everything seems to be going right for sugar prices. In New York, raw sugar prices...

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Moneylife Digital Team 10 November 2010
The relentless outflow of funds from equity mutual fund schemes continued in October; fund companies hope that investors looking to book profits would be flushed out by now. It seems that the steady bleeding experienced by equity mutual funds is showing no signs of abating. The month of October...

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Moneylife Digital Team 10 November 2010
The company plans to spend between Rs2,500 crore to Rs3,000 crore towards capital expenditure. It also plans to introduce new product lines and improve volumes Tata Motors on Tuesday reported a massive 102-fold jump in its consolidated net profit for the second quarter ended 30th September at...

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Munira Dongre 10 November 2010
Opinions seem divided — while some believe the dip is a buying opportunity, others remain firmly negative CLSA said, "SBI's healthy operating profit growth once again failed to feed through to net profit level as loan loss provisions continued to rise because of which net profit has been around...

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Moneylife Digital Team 09 November 2010
“Going forward in the next quarter we think another Rs500 crore-Rs600 crore would slip into NPAs. So the slippage ratio for these loans too would go up from 14.5% to 17% plus.” – SBI chairman OP Bhatt State Bank of India (SBI), the country's largest lender, on Monday reported a 22.2% decline...

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Munira Dongre 09 November 2010
Jubilant has been one of the top 10 performing IPOs of this year. However, in its latest report to institutional investors, Kotak says that it is not comfortable with its valuations. Incidentally, JFL shares hit an all-time high yesterday In a report dated 8 November 2010, Kotak told its...

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Munira Dongre 09 November 2010
With the earnings season almost behind us, CLSA is one of the first to come out with a strategy report. It says India Inc is moving out of the early stage of the growth cycle and that with a sharp rise in working capital and pickup in capex, free cash flow is getting squeezed In its report to...

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Moneylife Digital Team 03 November 2010
The much-hyped public issue of Coal India will debut on the bourses tomorrow. Investors wanting to get in on the action on listing have history against them The lucky few who have been allotted shares in the spectacle that is Coal India's initial public offer (IPO), stand to make a windfall...

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Moneylife Digital Team 03 November 2010
As we head towards the end of the calendar year, whispers of a year-end rally in the stock markets are doing the rounds. But this is yet another myth Among the many myths that are bandied around the investing world is the phenomenon of the 'year-end stock market rally'. The calendar year is...

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Debashis Basu Debashis Basu 03 November 2010
The top hedge fund manager sees parallels between US Fed’s actions in 1999 and 2010, which may create a massive liquidity-driven momentum in select assets, like dotocom stocks in 1999. Among his choices is India’s Nifty Famous hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones sees that the Fed's response to...

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Munira Dongre 02 November 2010
The average 15% y-o-y rise in October dispatches is a positive surprise. However, a lot of brokerages still maintain that there is more pain ahead for cement  ACC reported a 14% rise in sales for October to 1.92 million tonnes (MT). During January-October, both ACC's sales and production...

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Moneylife Digital Team 01 November 2010
The Bombay Stock Exchange finally resumed trading on its BOLT system after halting the trade for over two and a half hours till 2.30pm The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has finally resumed trading on its BSE On-line Trading (BOLT) system after halting the trade for over two and a half hours till...

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Moneylife Digital Team 31 October 2010
Machino Plastics is expanding capacity to meet the growing demand from global auto makers Machino Plastics launched its business in 1987, when Maruti began to source components in the domestic market on a large scale. Today, the company, which makes large-size injection-moulded auto components...

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Moneylife Digital Team 31 October 2010
Pig iron manufacturer, Tata Metaliks, may be ready for a run up Tata Metaliks (TML), promoted by Tata Steel, has been engaged in the production of pig iron since 1994. Pig iron is used in the manufacture of rolling mill rolls, automobile engine blocks, motor and generator housings, gears,...

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Moneylife Digital Team 29 October 2010
The 15-minute window prior to market opening was introduced to enable price discovery and curb excess volatility in overnight prices. However, fears of manipulation remain as the skewed prices indicate In the pre-opening trading session today, the Nifty was up 37 points at 9.05 am. At the same...

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Moneylife Digital Team 27 October 2010
BS TransComm which found no takers at Rs260, got listed today and ended the day at Rs381! Strange games are being played at ease in the Initial Public Offering (IPO) market even as the market regulator and the stock exchanges look on. BS TransComm got listed today. It had failed to receive...

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Munira Dongre 27 October 2010
We are halfway through our analysis of BSE A group companies’ shareholding patterns and have come up with some interesting observations. FII share is going up, while DII share is decreasing A lot of companies have seen a huge rise in y-o-y and q-o-q FII share and an equally large number of...

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Sharad Matade 26 October 2010
Though Coal India is sitting on the largest coal reserves in the world, the dark reality is that much of its mines are located in mafia-infested land, where smuggling is the norm, not an exception As foreign investors poured billions of dollars into the initial public offering (IPO) of Coal...

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Munira Dongre 25 October 2010
Ashok Leyland margins surprise positively; lower realisation and higher costs severely dent Ambuja’s profitability; ACC margins are at historical lows; TCS delivers best volume growth in 21 quarters; Canara Bank asset quality steady; Hindustan Zinc’s realisations better than expected ASHOK...

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