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Friday, May 31, 2002
Markets (May 30)
BL 2501090.40 (-8.72)
BSE Sensex3135.89 (-24.35)
S&P CNX Nifty1032.15 (-9.50)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.96/49.08
Gold Std (10 gm)5385 (-15)

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SEBI panel for separate body on intermediaries
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India's (SEBI) Mutual Funds Advisory Committee may recommend the delegation of the task of evaluating the intermediaries in the mutual funds industry to an independent body on a regular basis. "The ... More

Birla MF plans index fund launch
BIRLA Mutual Fund has lined up an index fund to track the Nifty. The fund will be part of a package of new launches that is being contemplated by the fund house. The proposed Nifty tracker will be latest equity product from Birla MF, which ... More


Initial gains not held
BULLS dominated the initial hours of Thursday's trading. Thereafter, bears made a strong comeback and wiped out their early losses. Bulls increased their bull count during the day's trading. However, the sentiment reading of the tradable counters ... More


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    BILT showing signs of strength?
    THE stock of Ballarpur Industries Ltd (BILT) is showing signs of returning to activity. According to market persons, after a lull in April, the stock has seen increased trading volumes in May. Besides higher monthly average transactions on May 7 ... More

    Block deals in Nestle
    AFTER a long time, increased volumes in Nestle India were seen on the BSE. There were a number of block deals took place in the counter pushing the total volumes to over one lakh shares. Dealers said most of these shares were bought by the Nestle ... More

    Enlarging focus pushes up Adlabs Films
    THE stock of media company Adlabs Films Ltd has been in the limelight in the last couple of days. According to analysts, the company's plans to focus on theatre management and to enter into film production could have sparked interest in the ... More


    Selling Nifty 1080 call may pay
    WAR fears have again gripped the market and Thursday's trading in the cash segment is reflective of this. The cash markets ended the day on a lower note. Consequently, traders who were long on put options could have closed the day on a positive ... More


    Heavyweights bog Sensex; auto stocks mixed
    WAR fears gripped market players on Thursday and took their toll on the indices. With the continued unease on the border and the unending flow of war rhetoric from the leaders of both the countries, the bourses again edged back into negative ... More


    OECD seminar to focus on shareholders' rights
    THE Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is hosting a three-day seminar in Mumbai beginning from June 10 as its fourth Asian roundtable conference focussing on shareholders' rights and the equitable treatment of ... More
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