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Tuesday, August 12, 2003
Markets (Aug. 11)
BL 2501437.63 (+21.14)
BSE Sensex3893.41 (+9.65)
S&P CNX Nifty1232.85 (+10.20)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.90/46.03
Gold Std (10 gm)5435 (+25)

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Deutsche arm launches equities business in India
DEUTSCHE Equities India Pvt Ltd, part of the Deutsche Bank Group, on Monday commenced equity trading business. Deutsche Equities India Pvt Ltd is a member of the NSE and is also registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India as a ... More


AMFI cautions against fund managers `with halo'
AFTER the SEBI's order against Mr Samir Arora, the head of Asian Emerging Markets at Alliance Capital, the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) has come out strongly against high-profile fund managers on whom investors come to rely ... More

PFs now allowed to invest in gilt funds
A NOTIFICATION issued by the Ministry of Labour has come as a shot in the arm for gilt funds, which have now more than ever become an approved investment destination for PFs. The notification pertains to the pattern of investment that is ... More


Volatile movement
BEARS gained control of the initial hours of Monday's trading. Later on, bulls took over and recouped their early losses. Neither the bulls nor the bears could gain much from the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable ... More


Titan upbeat as gold price rises
AFTER a long time, watch and jewellery maker Titan Industries stock suddenly shot into limelight on Monday. Dealers said there was some active buying by a leading institutional investor. The reason for the buying was on the possibility of gains ... More

Sustained buying perks up power sector stocks
STOCKS of frontline and second-rung power equipment and power utility stocks surged ahead on the bourses on Monday on sustained buying support. From the counters of BHEL, Tata Power, Reliance Energy/BSES to Alstom Power, CESC, Ahmedabad ... More

Market proves predictions wrong
THE debarring of Mr Samir Arora of Alliance Mutual Fund from the securities market did not have any impact on the stock market on Monday. Even the select stocks, considered to be Mr Arora's favourites, also failed to react sharply, as feared by a ... More

SAIL moves Nifty up
THE steel counters today shined on the bourse and the SAIL stock proved to be the cutting edge for the Nifty. According to dealers, fund buying was reportedly behind the stock's upward movement. However, the delivery-total quantity ratio did not ... More


Construct bull call spread on SBI
THE following strategies are based on Monday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Equity options SBI: The outlook on this stock is positive. The upside price target is Rs 450. The downside risk level is Rs 420. ... More


Sensex ends a volatile day on positive note
DESPITE opening about 42 points lower than the last week's closing, the benchmark BSE Sensex ended the first day of the week in the positive territory. The 30-stock index was up 9.65 points (0.25 per cent) on Monday. The index opened at ... More
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