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P Shankar, chief vigilanceOrdinary investors fuel rumors time and again because popular sentiments are sustained by rumors and not based on correct information.
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GN Bajpai, Chairman, Sebi,To most people exchange rates simply determine how much cash they have to spend when they holiday abroad. But the dollar's exchange rate against the euro is surely the world's single most important price, with potentially much bigger economic consequences than the prices of oil and computer chips, for example.
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