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    Rajesh Mascarenhas

    Senior Assistant Editor, ET

    I have been a journalist for over 15 years, tracking financial markets. I started my career two decades ago with rating agency Crisil, in its research arm. Passionate about equities, personal finance ...

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    Has the open offer for ABB Power bypassed Sebi rule?Goldman Sachs says Hexaware stock influenced more by delisting than its fundamentalsWhat's in a name? It can give a stock 400% leapPrabhat Dairy’s Rs 1,700-crore deal with Lactalis under Sebi lens
    Buoyant gold and silver take MCX to record highsInvestors won’t get credit of share sale for new tradeBrokerage firm CGS-CIMB Securities may scale down its India operationsStreet valuing RIL in line with tech giants
    Aditya Puri sells shares worth Rs 843 crore in HDFC BankIneos Styrolution delisting failure to have bearing on other ongoing delistingsFunds find IT companies best placed to weather storm, hike allocationsM&M Finance rights issue at deep discount, should you buy?
    As share prices fall, India Inc stocks up on Esops, uses them to reward talentsBrokers to face penalty for failing to collect margins upfrontBrokerages offering user-friendly tech features and products to lure millennialsMindspace REIT IPO to raise Rs 4,700 crore
    BEL in focus, investors expect company to gain from govt’s defence pushGoogle deal, 5G to boost RIL growth, but stock slips from new high on Aramco delayEdelweiss sues Moody’s for defamationRegulatory reality may sour millennials’ stock dreams
    INEOS to delist, may set the trend for others in queuePre-quarterly updates cheer up D-StreetRetail trades surge to 15-year high as investors seek to ride the recoverySebi steps up vigil against insider trading, cracks down hard
    10 stocks with biggest hikes in price targets, may gain 10-30%Motherson Group rejig plan fails to enthuse investorsNo locking down of fund-raising
    No locking down of fund-raising
    03 Jul 2020 10:27 AM IST
    PI Industries launches QIP to raise Rs 2,000 crore
    Uncertainty sees companies suspending guidanceSebi probing recent rally in Ruchi Soya, Alok IndustriesMSCI defers raising of India’s weight in its global indicesWith no tax, MNCs ramp up dividends
    The curious case of stock rallies after investor meetsCutting China out of mix can put the shine on chemical companiesHexaware’s delisting buyback may give good gainsBank of Singapore, PEs bid for stake in Edelweiss Wealth
    Chinese firms’ loss could bring gains for local infra, construction playersShorting boredom brings a buzz to penny stocksFinancials’ influence on Nifty sees big erosionCompanies invoking ‘MAC Clause’ to renegotiate or exit deals
    BHEL gains over 16% on likely surge in demandBNP Paribas to shut its wealth management business in IndiaWhy this sudden selloff in Aarti Industries sharesAs revenues thin, Tata Group companies prepare to tighten belt
    Promoters raising stakes in companies; should you buy, too?M-cap of FANGMAN stocks surges 22% to $6.4 tn, trumps GDP of top nationsInsolvency filing by Minda Corp for its German unit to boost shareholder valueCompanies on rights track to raise funds, boost balance sheet
    Promoters free up pledged shares as stock prices recoverFranklin investors move SC after AMC urges Gujarat HC to vacate stay on e-votingPromoters on delisting spree as discounted shares beckonN Chandrasekaran seeks to rewire Tata Group for post-Covid world
    LIC’s portfolio value declines by over Rs 1.7 lakh crore in Q4Plastic pipes sector set to boom, Finolex analysts’ top pickInvestors demand reopening of schemes Franklin is winding upAt $18.4 billion, RIL tops global share sale chart this year
    Reliance General Insurance lenders in talks with investors for exitFrom NCLT to upper circuit: The comeback of Alok IndustriesIiAS red-flags Deepak Fertilizer’s rights issue moveKotak Bank set to launch $2 billion mega share sale
    7 stocks that could break the bear hug to lead a bull run
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