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Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Stay with frontline companies in real estate sector

Dilip Bhat of Prabhudas Lilladher advises to stay with frontline companies in the real estate sector.

"It’s important that one has to stay with some of the frontline companies; the real estate companies. I think the real estate has been a huge laggard but going forward I see that some of these companies probably will participate very actively and probably will also be a part of the portfolios in the times to come."Moneycontrol India :: News :: Stay with frontline cos in real estate sector :: :: Stocks Views :: Dilip Bhat ,real estate

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