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Saturday, April 20, 2002
Markets (April 19)
BL 2501138.91 (-26.53)
BSE Sensex3364.40 (-56.54)
S&P CNX Nifty1100.30 (-28.70)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.85/48.98
Gold Std (10 gm)5050 (+10)

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Bear onslaught
BEARS were in total control of Friday's trading activity. Their dominance left the bulls with no opportunity to recover during the day. Bears made substantial gains during the day's trading. This resulted in changing the market sentiment reading ... More


NSE members sore over outmoded rules
FAR away from the controversy over turnover fees, a bunch of norms, some of them ten years old and considered passe, is bugging the Association of NSE Members of India. ANMI is currently working on ways to list them out and present them before ... More

Separation of ownership, management -- SEBI amends Articles of 11 SEs
STUNG by the non-compliance of a number of stock exchanges with its directives on segregation of ownership and trading membership from the management of such exchanges, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has now gone ahead and ... More


Atco Healthcare up on acquisition talk
THE stock of Atco Healthcare has been in good demand since the beginning of this month. The stock has more than doubled from Rs 13.50 on April 1 to the Friday's closing price of Rs 28.95. The share was locked in the upper circuit on Friday but ... More

Interest in Jindal group scrips spurts
THE stocks of three Jindal group companies — Jindal Steel & Power, Jindal Strips and Saw Pipes — have been witnessing a surge in volumes. Jindal Strips and Saw Pipes attracted deals involving over 5,000 shares but less than 10,000. ... More


Satyam, Reliance: Price reversal in the offing
TRADING sentiment in the derivatives segment was negative, as most equity and index calls ended lower on Friday. The following are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: Calls on Satyam ended lower in line ... More


Tech stocks sink as Wipro results disappoint
THE stock market ended on a negative note on Friday following a meltdown in technology scrips. Most technology stocks slid after Wipro announced its results for the year ended 2002. The benchmark Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex dropped 1.65 per ... More
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Watchdogs on watch

Caltex gets buy-out okay with 5-yr rider

Xansa, TN pact for Rs 234-cr tech park

Auto cos get FIPB green signal for new models

Wipro net profit up 32 pc; Q4 revenues down 6 pc

2.31 cr new policies sold in 2001-02 -- LIC close to deal for venture in Lanka

`I-T relief for poll funds a mockery of justice'

In Depth
Inside Kashmir
Guide to derivatives
Looking back
Apr. 7-Apr. 13
Close end redemptions may drain UTI coffers

MFs can invest 4 pc of assets in foreign papers -- SEBI fixes individual limit at $50 m

Govt set to distance itself from UTI, give up powers -- Act amendment on the cards

SEBI to decide on UTI schemes shortfall issue

It's curtains for bank-sponsored MFs

Suzuki set to take control of Maruti with 56% stake -- Rights issue renunciation almost finalised

FII investment in telecom to be outside FDI cap

UTI team to examine audit reports of 9 cos

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