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Thursday, January 24, 2002

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SBI Mutual moots single registrar
SBI Mutual Fund has decided to move towards a single registrar to ensure a higher level of investor servicing. According to Mr R. J. Chand, the new Managing Director of SBI Funds Management, the idea is to mandate a single entity for handling ... More

  • Maiden dividend from Canliquid


    Bear domination
    BEARS were in total control of Wednesday's trading activity. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands mildly in favour of the bears. Bear domination on Thursday is ... More


    Bulk of Concor share deals between funds
    THE Container Corporation of India Ltd (Concor) shares witnessed a number of block deals between foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and domestic mutual funds today. The deals also led a sharp rise in its share price. The share price of ... More

  • Margin on 3 scrips


    JPC sittings deferred until next month
    THE Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) sittings — on January 24 and 25 — for the deposition of the outgoing Chairman of Securities and Exchange Board of India, Mr D.R. Mehta, and other SEBI officials have been cancelled in view of ... More


    Straddle more rewarding in ACC options
    SATYAM Computers again hogged the limelight in Wednesday's trading, followed by Reliance Petroleum and ACC among others. Satyam Computers was in focus during the day with the top five trading contracts being done in it.
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    Mixed fortunes for infotech stocks
    THE Bombay bourses witnessed a reversal in fortunes, as the market turned positive again. The market definitely lacks direction as it tried tracking a fall in Nasdaq and also slightly positive results from certain blue chip companies. The ... More

    Ingersoll Rand up on open offer talk
    ANOTHER MNC stock to witness increased buying on the back of open offer hope was Ingersoll Rand. On Wednesday, the stock closed at Rs 129.05, up 8.81 per cent with volumes of 19,440 shares on the BSE. On the NSE, it ended 10.29 per cent higher at ... More


    Bharti Tele prices IPO at Rs 45
    BHARTI Televentures Ltd on Wednesday announced a floor price of Rs 45 per share for its initial public offering which opens on January 28. This was lower than the last price at which private equity placements were made, Mr Sunil Bharti Mittal, ... More
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    Parle Agro mulls product expansion

    UB forges pact with S&N; plans strategic buys

    Bharti Tele prices IPO at Rs 45

    Govt plans base price for basmati exports

    VAT switchover to take one more year

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