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Monday, November 01, 2004
Signs of stress call for close watch on economy
Attributing the inflationary pressures entirely to oil supply shocks is not borne out by empirical analysis of variables, says S. Narayan.
RBI's concern over rising prices
The monetary authorities are concerned over the zooming crude prices in world markets and the all-pervasive effect of dearer crude and petro products on the economy.
Reliance Energy plans to set up N-power station
MUMBAI, OCT. 31. Reliance Energy is looking at possibilities to set up Nuclear Power stations. ``This requires a lot of support from the Government'', V.K. Chaturvedi, newly appointed director of the New Power Initiative of Reliance Energy, said, ...
Credit policy is for individuals too
For bank depositors there is very little to cheer. High growth bank business, especially involving home loans, has been cautioned.
WEEK IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
Bourses witness volatile trade
ALTHOUGH THE stock market ended with a marginal gain, stocks of all sectors witnessed intra day volatility throughout last week. The Sensex shed 60 points on Monday on rising international oil prices. The next day gains in blue chips lifted the ...
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