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  • 28-Aug-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    D&B to shift more core work to India

    Dun and Bradstreet (D&B), one of the biggest corporate database providers in the world, will shift more of its core data-modelling work to its Indian facility in Chennai.

  • 24-Aug-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Japan, Europe investors keep up fund flow

    The appetite for Indian equity continues unabated despite the country's dependence on international fund flows to keep valuations afloat.

  • 22-Aug-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    BPO revenues to cross $9 bn: F&S

    The Indian call centre industry revenue will cross $9 billion (Rs 40,500 crore) in six years owing to entry of new industries and various countries, according to Frost & Sullivan research report.

  • 16-Aug-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Asian arm of Credit Suisse bullish on India story

    The Asian arm of Credit Suisse  one of the worlds largest banks  has, in its annual economic outlook for Asia, sought to allay fears of the global and domestic liquidity crunch leading to a

  • 14-Aug-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    MFs divided on capital protected schemes

    Mutual funds have come out with a mixed reaction to Securities and Exchange Borad of Indias (Sebi) decision to launch capital protected schemes with the umbrella organisation welcoming the move and

  • 04-Aug-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Aureos of UK looks to invest in small firms

    Aureos, a private equity firm that manages a large chunk of the UK governments investments into small private companies in developing economies, has kicked off its India innings.

  • 20-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    2 UK funds to invest $150 m n unlisted firms

    Even as the listed equity markets saw nearly Rs 1,100 crores go out in the last two days on interest rate worries, two UK-based firms, managing funds worth more than Rs 1 lakh crore, announced plans

  • 20-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Singapore eases listing, fund raising norms

    Singapore, which has found its status as Asia's chief financial hub under threat from a resurgent Hong Kong, thanks to huge Chinese initial public offerings (IPOs), is busy enlisting Indian

  • 18-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    TCS unlikely to match Infy first quarter show

    TCS is expected to post lower growth for the first quarter this year compared with smaller rival Infosys which beat analysts' expectations by a wide margin.

  • 12-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Infosys Q1: QoQ Net seen up 5%

    Firm likely to see 10% rise in topline, 5% in bottomline, say analysts.

    Infosys is expected to register a healthy jump in its quarterly revenues, thanks to a fall in the rupee value. However,

  • 12-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Infy sales to outperform profit

    Firm likely to see 10% rise in topline, 5% in bottomline, say analysts.

  • 11-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Q1 may be this year`s best: Merrill survey

    Reduces estimate of 23.8% growth to 15-17%.

  • 06-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Unitech plans exotic getaway near Delhi

    India's first multi-day, man-made destination in October.

  • 05-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Cash volatility resounds in futures mart

    June-July 3-month series starts off on record low volumes, short-term contracts unaffected.

  • 04-Jul-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Equities to enter calm waters in July

    After a volatile June, participants expect current month to be relatively less choppy for small investors.

  • 29-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Wireless to drive broadband spread

    Canada-based broadband research organisation Maravedis Inc has forecast that the Indian broadband market, which has refused to take off despite the regulators best efforts, is likely to go the

  • 29-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Oil price spike, loan costs India Inc FY06 numbers

    The last financial year was not great for the bottomlines of most companies, according to the data they submitted to the exchanges.

  • 23-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    US billionaire makes India call

    George Kaiser, the thrifty American billionaire who made his fortune by betting on the price of oil, has set his eyes on India after snapping up stakes in Australia and Israel during the last three

  • 22-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Dalal Street loses retail edge

    FIIs sole long-term investors as small investors prefer to cash out.

  • 20-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    i-flex inks software deal with HSBC

    As banks move from a loans-and-deposits model to 'financial super-markets', the Rs 1,500 crore banking solutions company, i-flex solutions, has bagged its first big customer for its

  • 17-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Core sector indices most resilient

    There may have been a hundred reasons quoted by experts explaining the bull run, but going by the movement of sectoral indices on the BSE, core sectors did a much better job of retaining their gains

  • 16-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal & Rajendra Palande

    Banks prove to be market-savvy traders

    Banks have turned out to be the best class of traders on the Indian secondary market, sticking strictly to the sell at the peaks and buy at the lows philosophy.

  • 15-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Carlyle lines up Rs 3,000 cr for India, China

    Global private equity and buy-out firm Carlyle will invest Rs 3,000 crore ($668 million) into high-growth companies in Asia, primarily in India and China.

  • 14-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Indian bourses top loser globally

    Over the last two weeks, India has become the top loser among major stock market groupings in the world. Domestic market was one of the top ten losers just two weeks ago.

  • 13-Jun-2006 | Sreejiraj Eluvangal

    Traders feel globalisation tremor

    Increasing presence of FIIs makes market volatile and unpredictable.