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Friday, September 27, 2002
Markets (Sept. 26)
BL 2501034.93 (+0.22)
BSE Sensex3014.69 (-6.39)
S&P CNX Nifty969.90 (-0.15)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.35/48.48

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Unit Trust officers plan protest
OFFICERS of the Unit Trust of India (UTI) are planning to form an association to protest against the proposed privatisation of UTI-II. According to a UTI official, officers, particularly those in charge of the US-64 scheme, have been expressing ... More

Franklin India Index Fund tracking error at 0.67 pc
THE two index funds managed by Franklin Templeton, both launched before its takeover of Pioneer ITI, have recorded tracking errors of around 0.7 per cent each. Franklin India Index Fund and Franklin India Index Tax Fund have posted tracking ... More


Initial gains not held
BULLS were in command of initial hours of Thursday's trading. Thereafter, bears gained control of the day's proceedings and recouped their early losses. Bulls were successful to the extent of reducing the bear count. The sentiment reading of the ... More


Survival steps high on CSE board meet agenda
THE 2001 scam-beleaguered Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE) will hold a crucial governing committee meeting on October 1 to finalise its accounts for 2001-2002 and discuss its survival strategy. The executive director of the CSE, Mr P.K. Sarkar, ... More

BSE certificate test at Madurai
MADURAI: The Bombay Stock Exchange Training Institute has in principle accepted to conduct the BSE Certificate of Derivative Exchange Test at Madurai, according to a communication from the Madurai Investors Association here. Those ... More


Funds fancy Balaji Telefilms
BALAJI Telefilms is back on the institutions' buy list post-stock split. There were large purchases on the counter despite lacklustre trading on Thursday. This led to rise in the stock price. On the BSE, the stock gained 7.64 per cent at Rs ... More

Interest perks up in Bank of Rajasthan
THE stock price of Bank of Rajasthan (BoR) today rose sharply on the bourses along with rise in trading volumes on market talk that the promoters (Tayal group) are hiking their stake through the creeping acquisition route. On the BSE, the stock ... More

ICICI Bank: Delivery ratio low on NSE
ICICI Bank saw huge block deals on the NSE as well. Trading volumes on this exchange amounted to 25.27 lakh shares. Interestingly, not all the shares were presented for delivery at the end of the day. According to the statistics published by ... More


Satyam: Buy Oct 220 calls
THE following are some buy/sell strategies based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE: Equity options Satyam: The outlook on the stock appears positive. The price projection on the upside is Rs 248, and ... More


Pendse violated norms, says SEBI
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has said that Mr D.S. Pendse, former Managing Director of Tata Finance Ltd, and his associates have prima facie violated its regulations on insider trading. This follows a SEBI ... More


Media stocks enliven market; ICICI Bank boosts volumes
THE nationwide strike called in response to the Tuesday's attack in the Swaminarain temple in Gujarat contributed to lacklustre trading activity at the bourses on Thursday. The BSE Sensex which has been swamped by negative sentiment for the past ... More
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