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Monday, April 12, 2004
WEEK IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
Stocks retain recent gains
THE STOCK markets witnessed profit taking at higher levels towards the close of last week with new and old economy stocks shedding a part of the week's gains. Sentiment however remained confident and buying at lower levels was visible in select ...
Industry in new growth phase
THE ESTIMATE of 10.4 per cent growth in Gross Domestic Product in October-December 2003 by the Central Statistical Organisation has given rise to the expectation that the improvement under this head for the whole of 2003-04 may be even 8.5 per ...
Now, it's `Passage to India' for e-publishers
BANGALORE, APRIL 11. Buzzwords such as off shoring and outsourcing might conjure images of thousands of young persons in Indian call centres, while American legislators seize on the phenomenon to garner voter sympathy in an election year. But ...
WINGS AND WHEELS
HAL's changing fortunes
HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS' (HAL's) annual results for 2003-04 put out as a press release, but with no press conference, are in line with `expectations'. The turnover increased by an impressive 22 per cent from Rs. 3016 crores in 2002-03 to Rs. 3690 ...
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