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PSUs: Safest stock market bet

12/05/2011 12:29 PM | Monday |
Indian PSUs have performed well in Q2FY11, in sharp contrast to the performance of the private sector. The positive results emerged despite rising raw material prices and political crises.

Can cash rich PSUs help the government?

11/30/2011 3:55 PM | Wednesday | By Vidrum Mehta
The Union Finance ministry has asked PSU companies to pay higher dividend and help the governemnt meet its expenditure.

Investors: Beware of high dividend paying companies

11/26/2011 5:50 PM | Saturday | By Prabhat Anantharaman
While most investors are happy to invest in high dividend paying scrips, they must also try & understand the source of these dividend pay outs.

Companies Bill 2011- A boon or a bane?

11/25/2011 1:20 PM | Friday | By Prabhat Anantharaman
After 7 long years of deliberation, the Union Cabinet has finally approved the draft Companies Bill 2011.

High forex losses may continue to haunt India Inc

11/22/2011 10:41 AM | Tuesday | By Chandrakant Shukla
Depreciation in the rupee against the dollar is one of the major concerns for any sector with huge liabilities in foreign currency.

Q2FY12 - India Inc on a slippery path

11/21/2011 11:27 AM | Monday |
Q2FY12 results suggest that India Inc is on shaky grounds. With no immediate signs of thr negative fading out any soon, the next couple of quarters too are expected to remain subdued.

Rating agencies' credibility tumbles

11/21/2011 10:31 AM | Monday |
Recent ratings provided by agencies like S&P and Moody's have turned out to be embarrassingly faulty, and questions are being raised about how dependable these ratings can be.

FII caps on G-Sec & corporate bonds hiked

11/18/2011 5:15 PM | Friday | By Vidrum Mehta
The Finance Ministry has raised the investment limit for FIIs in government securities & corporate bonds by US$ 5 billion each.

Rising interest costs to hit India Inc

11/07/2011 10:46 AM | Monday |
In a bid to tame inflation, the RBI has been hiking interest rates. This has put most companies on a slippery path, with an increasing burden of interest making it difficult for them to maintain their balance, and consequently, profits are now turning into losses.

It is raining open offers - Should you invest?

10/31/2011 6:09 PM | Monday | By Prabhat Anantharaman
Thanks to the recently introduced investor-friendly New Takeover Code, there has been a barrage of open offers launched in the market.
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