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Foreign investors bite the bond bait
Leading domestic companies are offering overseas investors foreign currency bonds that could be later converted into equity. This is a two-pronged move to help the companies raise cheap debt for expansion and retain lenders as their shareholders. ...  | Read.. 
 
ACC raises $100 m
Associated Cement Companies (ACC) has raised $100 million by issuing FCCBs and GDRs to international investors to fund the a ...  | Read.. 
 
Rally comes to a halt
The stock markets took a break today after two successive rallies that came in the wake of the blockbuster ONGC public offer ...  | Read.. 
 
Amtek Auto to buy Rs 900cr UK group
Amtek Auto will acquire the holding company of the UK-based GWK group, having a combined turnover of over Rs 900 crore. ...  | Read.. 
 
Buzz on cheap calls to US gets weaker
Telephone calls to the US will not cost less than Rs 5 a minute a shimmering prospect that arose on Monday when Data Acces ...  | Read.. 
 
Helping hand: The steel ministry may ask medium and large steel companies to supply products at a discounted price to small-scale industries at a meet ...  | Read
 
 
Cairn seventh time lucky in Rajasthan
Cairn Energy of the UK has struck more oil in Barmer district of Rajasthan. The new discovery (NA1)..  | Read.. 
Monitor alerts insurance agents
Insurance agents doling out commissions to prospective customers had better watch out! The insuranc..  | Read.. 
 
HDFC Bank banks on rural accounts
Sniffing opportunities, HDFC Bank is planning to focus on the small business segment and has identi..  | Read.. 
 
L&T plans to ramp up sales
Larsen & Toubro is set to hike its topline growth to Rs 20,000 crore and said it will soon come..  | Read.. 
 
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