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Logical thinkers feel that real estate will continue to be a long-term outperformer.
Forbes.com: News Ali Meshkati 2011
Tata Motors was the biggest outperformer, gaining 4.5% to close at 188 rupees after Friday reporting strong September global sales numbers.
Indian Shares End Down Khushita Vasant 2011
"The euro is the key outperformer on the day," said Greg Anderson , a foreign-exchange analyst at Citigroup in New York.
Euro Advances on Dollar Neil Shah 2011
Tata Motors, the biggest outperformer in the past week, declined 3.1% to 175.75 rupees.
India Shares End Down on Profit-Taking Gurdev Singh Virk 2011
"It's hard to remember the last time they were the outperformer," says Jeff Harte , a banking analyst with Sandler O'Neill.
Morgan Stanley Comes Up Golden Aaron Lucchetti 2011
Primark, which is in a strong competitive position in the U.K. as a result of its high volume, low price offer, has been a consistent outperformer for AB Foods, which is 55%-owned by a family holding of Chief Executive George Weston .
AB Foods Warns of Price Rises Simon Zekaria 2011
The two-year note was the outperformer, with its price erasing all earlier declines to tradeflat to yielding 0.697%.
American Airlines Digs Deep for Bond Deal Timothy W. Martin 2011
He also believes that in order for health care to be an outperformer on a multiyear basis, it needs to bring to market important new products to drive revenue.
Health Funds Chart a Big Recovery Shirley S. Wang 2011
Last year's outperformer, Latin America, has seen just a 1.3% gain in the MSCI Emerging Market Latin America Index.
Some See Emerging-Market Gains Waning Riva Froymovich 2010
Inc. 's fiscal first-quarter earnings surged 72%, topping analysts 'estimates, as the retail outperformer continued to do well amid a broader sector recovery.