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Friday, April 18, 2003
Tata MF lines up floating rate fund
TATA Mutual Fund has lined up an income fund that will focus on floating rate securities. The proposed Tata Floating Rate Fund, which will invest only in debt and money market instruments, will offer investors two options - long and short ... More
Mutual funds pushing for `master folios'
BEARS were in total command of Thursday's trading activity. Their dominance left the bulls with no opportunity to recover during the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bearish with no uptrend counters. ... More
'Lack of banking facilities hits T+2 implementation'
THE Association of NSE Members of India (ANMI) has again raised the issue of non-availability of the right banking facilities as the stumbling block for implementing the T+2 settlement system. It has complained that most banks are yet to equip ... More
Techs disappoint market yet again
THE technology sector disappointed the markets once again today with Wipro announcing `below expectations' results leading to a fall of 47.82 points in the BSE Sensex, which ended below the 3000 level at 2984.50, and a decline of a 17.95 points ... More
ONGC is value buy, feel analysts
Moser Baer rises ahead of results
Polaris futures down
TURNOVER improved marginally at the futures & options (F&O) segment on the NSE on Thursday to Rs 2165.42 crore as against Wednesday's turnover of Rs 2143 crore. Stock futures and equity options accounted for most of the turnover with Rs 1787.21 ... More
FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS
FIIs up stake in Ranbaxy
FOREIGN Institutional Investors (FIIs) have increased their equity stake in Ranbaxy Laboratories in the first quarter (January-March) of 2003 to 22.61 per cent from 20.07 per cent in end-December 2002. Simultaneously, the company's share price ... More
Markets resume southward journey
THE gains registered by the markets during Wednesday's trade proved to be just a temporary blip on the radar screen and markets resumed their by-now-familiar southward journey, triggered by a combination of disappointing results declaration by ... More
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