A profitable beginning

Sheth, Dipen
April 2009
Money Today;4/16/2009, p4
The article discusses various stocks available in the Indian stock market. An overview is provided on those chosen in a previous issue based on their potential for growth and therefore profitability. The results reveals three percent profit from Glaxo Consumer and a 25% profit from Tata Steel. It reflects that the former was expected to do the best and the latter the least. A criticism is given toward the U.S. and the U.K. for bailing out failed companies.


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