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The 30-share benchmark index BSE Sensex rose 32.35 points or 0.16% to 19724.02 while NSE Nifty rose 5.95 points 0.10% to 5986.40 in early trade today...Sensex had lost a whopping 430.65 points or 2.14% to 19,691.67 yesterday, making it the worst day
Minnesota set to OK gay marriage Minnesota is set to become the 12th U.S. state where gay couples can get married after a final legislative vote Monday that will let the weddings start on Aug. 1. Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton has pledged to sign the
Yield Watch US 10-year benchmark yields rose for a third day as European policy makers expressed a willingness to consider more ways to spur growth following weekend G7 talks. A report May 17 is forecast to show consumer sentiment in May climbed to
The nice thing about business support companies is that they tend to do alright regardless of the macro-economic situation, as companies have a persistent need for their services. One consulting and outsourcing company has lagged behind the broader
For the year as a whole, the company reported a total income of Rs.5,284 crore ($971 million), up 91 percent, and a net profit of Rs.1,011 crore ($186 million), up 17 percent. "The year 2012-13 saw us achieve significant landmarks in the development
Placed at number three in the 2013 list, Wipro's ranking has moved up by four places from the previous year...The list includes companies from across the world, covering an entire spectrum of outsourcing service providers. The 'Global Outsourcing 100'
shares traded Foreign institutional investors' (FIIs) ownership of India's main BSE share index stocks touched its highest in eight years as of the January-March quarter, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a research report.
The 30-share benchmark index BSE Sensex fell 100.30 points or 0.50% to 20,022.02 in opening trade today...NSE Nifty too plunged 30.75 points or 0.50% to 6,076.50 in early trade. Sensex had added 39.70, or 0.20 per cent to settle at 20,122.32 in
Japanese auto major Honda's pursuit for the number one position in the Indian two-wheeler market is not only hurting its erstwhile partner Hero MotoCorp but another homegrown firm, Bajaj Auto is also facing the heat in the motorcycles segment...Hero'
To paraphrase Buffet now may be the time to seek out companies with 'deep, dangerous moats' run by 'honest and decent leaders'. Editor's Pick Motilal Oswal The Sensex has once again hit 20,000...Well, I believe it is neither the time to begin