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Geopolitical jitters to cap equity gains
DNMUM375853 | 10/24/2016 | Author : Dharmesh Kant
The week gone by was favourable for ‘equity’ asset class which saw handsome gains across the globe. Lack of any major news flow saw value pickers back in bargain hunting. But geopolitical concerns remain, and in all likelihood, will cap upside for equities in near term. The quant...
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‘Boycotting China not easy’
DNAHM105144 | 10/19/2016 | Author : Keyur Dhandeo & Sumit Khanna
Industry representatives say blanket ban is not feasible & may be counter-productiveTextiles, chemicals, pharma, machinery, electricals heavily dependent on ChinaSay doing so will be tougher than scaling the Great Wall of ChinaAhmedabad: Led by Gujarat C...
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Gujarat Refinery completes 50 years of ops
DNAHM105145 | 10/19/2016 | Author : dna correspondent
Ahmedabad: The Indian Oil Corporation’s (IOC’s) Gujarat Refinery at Koyali in Vadodara completed 50 years of its existence on Tuesday.The Gujarat Refinery was dedicated to the nation on October 18, 1966, by then president Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. The capacity of the ...
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Gujarat bizmen say ‘No’ to made-in-China goods
DNAHM105114 | 10/18/2016 | Author : dna correspondent
Ahmedabad: In a development that may shock consumers in Ahmedabad and across Gujarat, Uttarayan in January 2017, is most likely to be celebrated without Chinese Tukkals or strings. This is because businessmen in the state have decided not to buy any Chinese consumer g...
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Cement, NBFC stocks in focus, key earnings to keep St on toes
DNMUM375552 | 10/17/2016 | Author : Dharmesh Kant
Headline indices lost over a percentage point in the week gone by. Geopolitical issues continue to plague equity markets globally. Markets corrected sharply as comments made by the Russian president reached money managers’ table along with the rumors of increasing stress in the E...
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Rising raw material, fuel prices hurt foundry units
DNAHM105005 | 10/15/2016 | Author : Keyur Dhandeo
Ahmedabad: The rise in prices of pig iron and coal has hit over 4,000 foundries across Gujarat. Foundry players are even unable to meet their previous commitments, which were made when prices were lower. These companies have stopped taking new orders because of the uncertainty...
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