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Niti Kiran | Mohsin Shaikh
December 20, 2020
Nearly one-third stocks with market capitalisation over Rs 1,000 crore posted negative returns in 2020; among the worst performers, negative returns till December 16 this year ranged between 52 per cent and 78.3 per cent


BusinessToday.In
December 18, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: In today's session, Sensex hit an all-time high of 47,026 and Nifty logged a lifetime high of 13,772.


Niti Kiran
December 17, 2020
The worst performers were Future Lifestyle Fashions, Future Retail, Suven Life Sciences, Future Consumer, YES Bank, GE Power and Federal-Mogul Goetze (India) that witnessed price erosion between 52 and 78.3 per cent from January 01 to December 16, 2020


Rakesh Krishnan
June 26, 2019
Clearly, India and the US have come a long way from the trauma and blunders of the 1971 War. The US needs India to contain China and New Delhi realises that without a multi-pronged thrust, the dragon will grow into a hulking threat across the Himalayas.


Aseem Thapliyal
December 31, 2018
The gains of Indian markets were minimised by several stocks from the benchmark indices which eroded investor wealth this year. Here's a look at eight stocks which lost over 90% since the beginning of this year.


B.S.S. Reddy
January 23, 2017
In the past three years, the bank's advances grew even faster at 27.85 per cent CAGR, while in 2015/16 it grew by 29.99 per cent, according to BT-KPMG study. Growth in deposits clocked 18.61 per cent CAGR in the three-year period, but picked up pace in 2015/16 to 22.53 per cent.


B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
Mumbai, January 2, 2012
The public offerings of 2011 proved to be bigger wealth destroyers than the overall stock market, with erosion of nearly one-third value of the total issue size of Rs 14,112 crore.


www.businesstoday.in
Delhi, December 22, 2011
I think it is better for the common investor to go for fixed-income securities, which are giving decent returns at present. In this context, your cover package, which gives the various options for investment in fixed-income instruments, was timely.


www.businesstoday.in
October 4, 2007
The Indian public doesn’t do things in halves — at least when it comes to cricket and cricketers.


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