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Tuesday, December 31, 2002
Markets (Dec.30)
BL 2501126.21 (-4.93)
BSE Sensex3374.97 (-23.03)
S&P CNX Nifty1091.95 (-6.45)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)47.90/48.03
Gold Std (10 gm)5645 (+5)

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Bear domination
BEARS were in control of Monday's trading activity. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. Monday's market reaction resulted in reducing the bull count by a substantial margin. The market sentiment reading of the tradable ... More


e-Serve Intl up on order talks
THE counter of business process outsourcing (BPO) company, e-Serve International, attracted some buying interest on Monday. According to dealers, large mutual funds were seen picking up the shares on the back of talks that the company is ... More

Kotak Mahindra rises on SICOM bid
KOTAK Mahindra Finance (KMF) has been firming up steadily over the past one month in anticipation of the company announcing commencement of banking operations. The stock, which was around Rs 129 levels in the first week of November, is now ... More

FII buying lifts i-flex Solutions
i-flex Solutions has been gaining strength over the past few days on account of increased institutional buying. In fact, the stock touched yet another a `new' 52-week high on the BSE today with an intra-day high of Rs 887.95. In the past week, ... More

SKF runs strong on multiple triggers
SKF Bearings today saw sharp jump in volumes and decent price rise on the major bourses on multiple value triggers. On the National Stock Exchange, the stock recorded volumes of 6.72 lakh shares, up from last Friday's volumes of 2.32 lakh ... More


Construct January bull call-spread on Infosys, Nifty
THE following strategies are based on Monday's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE: Equity option: The upside potential in Infosys is limited. The upside price target is Rs 4845, and the downside price target is Rs 4560. Note ... More


PSU stocks reel under pressure — Fertiliser, cement steal the show
AFTER a three-day uptrend, driven by Reliance Infocomm's limited mobility launch and expectation of a positive outcome in the Cabinet Committee meeting on Divestment held on Friday, the stock markets dipped into negative territory on the first ... More


Custodian puts Harshad's bulk holdings on the block
ON the eve of the first death anniversary of Harshad Mehta, the Office of the Custodian has put up for sale the stockbroker's huge shareholdings, the value of which could be nearly Rs 400 crore to Rs 500 crore, in several top companies such as ... More
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