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Tuesday, April 02, 2002
Markets (April 1)
BL 2501162.31 (+36.45)
BSE Sensex3500.18 (+30.83)
S&P CNX Nifty1138.95 (+9.40)
Gold Std (10 gm)5005 (-5)

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MFs in a fix over Bharti Tele IPO
MUTUAL funds, which had invested in the IPO of Bharti Tele-Ventures, are caught in a bind as the scrip has lost some of its lustre on the stock markets. The issue, which was offered at a floor price of Rs 45 per share, is currently quoting at ... More


Indecisive move
MONDAY'S trading witnessed narrow movement. Market remained indecisive for the third successive trading day. Bulls managed to increase the bull count from the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters continues to ... More


Sinha asks NSE to take up commodities trading
THE Union Finance Minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha, today urged the National Stock Exchange to consider trading in other areas such as commodities and international currency futures, taking advantage of time zones. Mr Sinha was speaking at the ... More


GSFC gains on disinvestment hopes
THE stock of Gujarat State Fertiliser Corporation (GSFC) has been hogging the limelight in the last few days. On Monday also, the stock ended sharply higher at Rs 28.20, up 16.56 per cent on the BSE with volumes of 3.89 lakh shares. On the NSE, ... More

Oil stocks up on APM dismantling
THE dismantling of the APM for petroleum products from today had a positive impact on the petroleum companies' shares price. Almost all the petroleum majors closed higher today. Major gainers of the day included — ONGC, HPCL, IOC, Kochi ... More

Vision statement to change Tata Steel's direction?
THE stock market has got wind of a changing vision in the Tata Iron & Steel Co (Tata Steel). The market players have begun to expect a clear growth direction from the steel major, which has been withstanding a global recession. Stock market ... More

CMC gains despite TCS merger denial
THE stock price of software company CMC today touched a new 52-week high on the bourses on the back of continued rumours about a merger with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), as well as high growth figures projected for the next fiscal. The ... More


Bet on trend reversal; buy Satyam April calls
MONDAY'S trading in the derivative segment at the NSE saw calls on some top-traded equity options gain in value. Here are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: April calls on Satyam lost value. The April ... More


PSU stocks in limelight, IT majors suffer
EQUITIES ended the first trading session in financial year 2002-03 on a firm note on the heels of upbeat sentiment generated by a successful divestment in Hindustan Zinc last week. Public sector stocks saw significant buying on Monday and ... More
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