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Saturday, September 07, 2002
Markets (Sept. 6)
BL 2501083.23 (-13.43)
BSE Sensex3141.11 (-40.36)
S&P CNX Nifty995.20 (-13.40)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.53/48.66
Gold Std (10 gm)5240 (+40)

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Sundaram Mutual debt fund has low expense ratio
SUNDARAM Mutual has reduced the expense ratios on its Sundaram Select Debt Fund across different maturity plans. The fund, which closed its initial public offering on August 30, garnered a corpus of Rs 53 crore across various plans. Sundaram ... More


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


SEs to set up panel for compliance of SEBI reports
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has directed the stock exchanges to set up a sub-committee of their governing board for monitoring compliance of the capital market regulator's inspection reports. The sub-committee of the ... More

BSE net up 90 pc
IN spite of falling turnover on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the exchange's net profit has increased by 90 per cent to Rs 10.65 crore for the year ended March 31, 2002 compared to Rs 5.60 crore in March 2001. The income of the BSE fell ... More


Markets turn jittery
GROWING fears of a US military attack on Iraq rattled stocks, currency and bond markets on Friday. While the rupee lost 11 paise against the dollar, bond prices ended the day 20-30 paise lower from Thursday's's close. Dealers said the ... More

Nalco slides on sell-off blues
NATIONAL Aluminium Company (Nalco) came under heavy selling from institutional investors on Friday. The talk was that with the reports of delay of disinvestment in Nalco, market players seemed to have turned heavy sellers. Dealers said ... More

United Phos perks up on monsoon revival
UNITED Phosphorus today attracted significant buying from some of the foreign institutional investors aided by local operators on the major exchanges. Traded volumes in the stock on the Bombay Stock Exchange shot up to 38,03,863 shares on ... More


Insurance cos to get nod for investing in derivatives
INSURANCE companies are soon to be allowed to invest their funds in swap and other derivative products. The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) is considering making amendments to the investment regulations to pave the way for ... More


Market tumbles on more negative triggers
A combination of factors was responsible for bringing down the benchmark BSE Sensex by 40.36 points as it closed the day at 3,141.11 points. A weak closing on the Nasdaq on Thursday, the air of scepticism surrounding the disinvestment process ... More
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