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I am an avid reader of MoneyLIFE. The magazine really covers a lot of problems faced by small investors. So I just thought I will mail you this story. I live in a small village in Karnataka where I have a stock-broking office. I come across problems that investors face when they want to open demat accounts, since they hold shares in physical format. They ask me questions like how is it...
Pharma continues to be in the limelight and is poised for more of it, thanks to Ranbaxy’s blockbuster deal with Daiichi of Japan. The market thinks that this takeover has set the stage for smaller companies, particularly those operating in contract research and the manufacturing arena, to be targets of such deals. One such stock is that of Divi’s Laboratories which naturally...
Poor supervision. That is the only explanation for a Business Standard report dated 11th June with the headline “Registration records show no real estate slowdown in M’rashtra” that blew up two-month-old statistics without examining their date and relevance. It claimed that, despite the ‘buzz’ about a slowdown, data on property registrations in five cities of Maharashtra showed 10.53% increase...