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Stocks

Here we take a look at how different stocks are performing in the market.

 
 
Construction and real estate stocks form a large chunk of high performers. There is a clear bias in favour of large market cap.
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Foreign institutional investors continue to be heavy buyers of Indian stocks, benefiting from a strong rupee that translates into higher returns in US dollars.
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MONEY TODAY tells you how stocks and mutual funds are performing and which ones you should go for.
The least expensive stocks are the ones with least PE ratios and the most wanted stocks are the ones most actively traded in the past 15 days.
Commercial rentals are now under the service tax net and this will put pressure on retail stocks.
 
 
Here we explain the rationale for choosing each stock in Safe Wealth, the 'safer' of our two portfolios.
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India Infoline has seen a surge since it raided global major CLSA to create a new team.
Reliance Capital has attracted the interest of many foreign financial institutions. An expected sale of cross-holdings in its own group concerns should boost profits.
Tata Steel is due for a 40 per cent equity dilution after it issues GDRs to finance the Corus deal.
Foreign institutional investment has been three times more than Indian investment in stock markets.
In the past 15 days, Indian mutual funds have become a lot more bullish, taking heart from good full-year results. Large caps remained in favour.
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