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Friday, July 12, 2002
Markets (July 11)
BL 2501134.79 (-12.48)
BSE Sensex3290.56 (-41.80)
S&P CNX Nifty1056.60 (-15.10)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.75/48.87
Gold Std (10 gm)5200 (-5)

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    Bear domination
    BEARS were in total command of Thursday's trading activity. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains neutral. Bear domination on Friday is likely to change the ... More


    Tata Tea losing flavour
    TATA Tea drifted lower on Thursday on depressed market sentiment. According to market players, the stock of late has been seeing a declining trend on reports of a drop in production and prices of tea, at home and globally, in the first six months ... More

    Mutual funds fancy Geometric Soft
    GEOMETRIC Software Solutions seems to be yet another tech company that has benefited from the recent rally in mid-cap tech stocks, with institutional investment in the company increasing by close to seven per cent during the April-June 2002 ... More

    Ranbaxy bonus at 1:1?
    The stock of pharma major Ranbaxy Laboratories is in the spotlight with the company announcing that it will consider issuing bonus shares. Sources in the market say that the company is likely to announce a 1:1 ratio as it had done four years ... More

    Rolta nosedives on talk over `cooked books'
    THE share price of software solutions company, Rolta India Ltd, nosedived on the bourses on Thursday, falling by almost 19 per cent, on the back of reports of alleged accounting discrepancies in its financial statements for the year 2001.The ... More


    Outlook on Satyam still negative
    The following are some buy/sell strategies based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE: Equity options: The immediate outlook on Satyam remains negative. If you are not already long on Satyam puts, consider buying ... More


    Bearish global sentiment hits local bourses
    THE bears managed to get a stranglehold over Thursday's trading on the bourses. With more and more accounting scandals becoming public, world markets are getting jittery and India is no exception. Across the board selling pressure, especially in ... More
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