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Friday, November 29, 2002
Markets (Nov. 28)
BL 2501090.13 (+12.68)
BSE Sensex3220.75 (+46.64)
S&P CNX Nifty1049.70 (+18.60)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.22/48.35
Gold Std (10 gm)5200 (-20)

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Too early to talk of UTI privatisation: Jaswant
THE Lok Sabha today passed the Unit Trust of India (Transfer of Undertaking and Repeal) Bill, 2002 which seeks to split the country's biggest mutual fund into two entities with the Finance Minister, Mr Jaswant Singh, saying that it was too ... More

Income funds' NAV up sharply
A month after the Reserve Bank of India announced its latest credit policy, net asset values (NAVs) of income funds have moved up sharply, the average growth figure for the month being at around 2.5 per cent. The scorching pace of growth, which ... More

`UTI accounts for a third of assets under management'
UNIT Trust of India, the country's single-largest family of funds, accounts for roughly one-third of the total assets under management (AUM), figures for October 31 announced by the Association of Mutual Funds in India indicate. UTI currently ... More


Bull onslaught
BULLS were in total command of Thursday's trading activity. Their dominance left the bears with no opportunity to recover during the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands mildly in favour of the bulls. Bear ... More


Grasim stock falls 2 pc; L&T gains
EVEN before the news of SAT dismissing Grasim's Industries' appeal for interim relief against the SEBI order putting on holding its open offer for L&T shareholders was out, the stock price of Grasim fell over two per cent on the Bombay Stock ... More

Kotak Mahindra up on rejig talk
KOTAK Mahindra Finance, the finance company to be converted into a bank shortly, gained sharply on market talk that the company is on the verge of selling its non-core investment, including its stake in Business Standard Ltd. Dealers said apart ... More

Silverline spurts on speculation — Analysts caution small investors
THE Silverline Technologies stock has been witnessing seven-digit volumes and sharp price rise on the major stock exchanges on speculative and trading calls. According to brokers and analysts, the stock is moving above its 50-day moving average ... More


Buy December calls on Reliance, ACC
THE following are buy strategies on ACC and Reliance Industries based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE. The long call positions are recommended on these stocks even though the upside projection points are lower than ... More


SEBI turns down CSFB registration renewal
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India today rejected the application for the renewal of Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) registration as foreign institutional investor and its various sub-accounts on the ground that the firm's broking ... More


Market regains confidence as tech stocks sizzle
AFTER Wednesday's correction, the benchmark BSE Sensex staged a comeback on Thursday and closed higher. The upward movement of the Sensex was aided by the buying support witnessed in infotech stocks and in index heavyweights. At the close of ... More
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