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Top 10 FMCG Stocks To Buy Now

Posted on: July 13th 2009 in Press Releases.

FMCG companies have come out as distinct winners of the Budget. The Budget has allocated a lot of funds to rural India. In fact, in the post-Budget rally, the FMCG index of the BSE has outperformed the Sensex by giving a return of over 4% against a decline of almost 10% by the Sensex. Ot…

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See further upside in midcap stocks: G Shah

Posted on: May 28th 2009 in Stock Views.

Technical Analyst Gautam Shah of JM Financial said, “I think there is further upside in midcap stocks because on a day to day basis you have the smallcaps and midcaps breaking out.” Shah told CNBC-TV18, “The indices may move up a few percentage points on a daily basis a…

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Fund managers shift focus to small, mid-caps

Posted on: May 26th 2009 in Market News.

MUMBAI: Fallen angel stocks — the ones that peaked during the boom, only to tank in the Sensex crash — are getting a new life as fund managers, who were under fire for being overcautious, look to deploy their idle cash in these so as not to be seen missing out on the current market ra…

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Cash-strapped companies get a lifeline from market

Posted on: May 15th 2009 in Market Outlook.

MUMBAI: The upswing in the stock market since early March has provided a lifeline to promoters of cash-starved companies, helping them raise the much-neede funds. So far, it has been the frontline companies that have benefited from the improved sentiment on bourses. Merchant banking circ…

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Stocks of 400 companies rise 100 per cent

Posted on: May 8th 2009 in Stock News.

Sensex may have gained 58% from its one-year low but did you know that over 400 companies have more than doubled their share prices from one-year lows? As many as 20 largecaps such as RIL, SAIL, M&M , Sterlite, ICICI Bank and 30 mid-caps …

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Best stocks to buy now are banking stocks

Posted on: April 22nd 2009 in Press Releases.

Amid easing of liquidity, low bond yields and expectations of long term economic revival, banking stocks are seen as the best bet for investment – both in medium term and long term. Banking sector is expected to outperform the market giving an on an average return of 20 per cent, a…

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