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Thursday, July 17, 2003
Markets (July 16)
BL 2501325.84 (+15.81)
BSE Sensex3721.65 (+35.31)
S&P CNX Nifty1168.75 (+8.90)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.15 (46.28)
Gold Std (10 gm)5260 (-70)

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    Bulls regain
    BULLS regained their strength and were in total command of Wednesday's trading activity. Their dominance left the bears with no opportunity to recover. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands mildly bullish. Bear domination ... More


    Hyderabad SE cuts listing charges
    WITH the Securities Exchange Bureau of India (SEBI) clearing the decks for regional stock exchanges to exercise freedom in fixing charges of listing fee, the Hyderabad Stock Exchange (HSE) has announced a significant reduction in these ... More


    FIIs, MFs exit Mastek after poor numbers
    MUTUAL funds and FIIs seem to have been disappointed with the financial performance of software company Mastek as they have sold large portion of their holding in the company in the last quarter (April-June). MFs have sold almost 5.36 per cent ... More

    Selling in Dr Reddy's
    AT a time when the pharmaceutical sector stocks are successful in renewing investor interest after a dry spell last week, market heavyweight Dr Reddy's Laboratories (DRL) seemed to be an exception. The stock witnessed selling pressure with ... More

    Public issue news boosts Vijaya Bank
    THE Vijaya Bank stock today maintained its upward journey on the major bourses, which was triggered by the news of Rs 100-crore public issue. The stock hit its 52-week high of Rs 28.75 (Rs 27.60). It recorded a traded quantity of 24.79 lakh and ... More


    Reliance: Outlook negative, construct July put-spreads
    THE following strategies are based on Wednesday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Equity options Reliance Industries: The outlook on this stock is negative. Note that the put-call volumes have risen in recent ... More

    Record volume witnessed in derivatives segment
    THE derivatives segment on NSE registered an all-time high volume of Rs 5,125 crore on July 15, following a growing interest in derivatives among retail clients. A Mumbai-based broker identified the high leverage that derivatives provides as ... More


    SEBI specifies disclosure format for shareholders with voting rights
    SHAREHOLDERS with more than five per cent shares or voting rights in any listed company would now be required to disclose their holdings to the company in a format that has been specified by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). ... More


    Techies stage a comeback ; Infosys, HCL top gainers
    ERASING the Tuesday's losses, the benchmark indices managed to close on a positive note at the end of Wednesday's trading. The BSE Sensex increased by 35.31 points to settle at 3721.65 while the S&P CNX Nifty rose 8.9 points to close at 1168.75. ... More
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