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The bear and the Bull
the game all big currencies play


Corporation Bank
The soundest foreign exchange advice you can get

- An old ad for Corporation Bank. The look of that computer tells that the ad is from 1980s.











Bye Bye Wallet
Welcome MahaBank-VISA
Worldwide Travellers Cheques
Bank of Maharastra


- 1980s ad for Travellers Cheque service of VISA provided by Bank of Maharastra.










You can attempt stock market gains in two ways
One: Put in your money.
and watch for ups downs ups downs
Two: Go for Magnum Smooth sailing, with 12%+ every year. Assured.
'a taste of stock market gains, minus the risks'
(Agency: Lintas)
-Year 1989 ad from SBI Mutual fund, Magnum Regular Income Scheme






Are you letting your money be lazy in a saving or current account?
Make it earn higher interest rate with Citibank's UnFixed Deposit. You get a chequebook too - for easy withdrawals!
CitiBank
Consumer Services Group
Come, we'll give you a banker, not just a bank.









Quick, grab a pen and a pair of scissors and...
...make your savings earn an extra Rs 400* (or more) a year
* on a deposit of Rs 10,000
Citibank's Un Fixed Deposit
Earn higher interest and 
the freedom to withdraw
- Two ads from 1980s for Citibank's Un-Fixed Despost scheme.
(Agency:HTA)













 







For effortless access to share market growth
invest in Mastershare
Mastershare-
the one share which gets you
so many, so conveniently. 
Mastershare 
from Mutual Fund division* of
UNIT TRUST OF INDIA
(A Public Sector Financial Institution)
* To be converted into a subsidiary











The expert solution to all
your share investment problems
Mastershare for effortless access to share market growth
Agency(Interpub)
- Two ads for Mastershare scheme of UTI from September-October 1986.












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