Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Markets (Nov. 11)
BL 2501793.14 (+14.82)
BSE Sensex5030.64 (+32.07)
S&P CNX Nifty1601.15 (+6.65)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.25/45.38
Gold Std (10 gm)5755 (+25)

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MFs devise bonus options for tax-planners
THIS could be an open season for investors in bonus plans of mutual funds, as a number of fund houses are gearing up for bonus issues. ING Mutual Fund is leading the pack with a plan for investors in ING Income Portfolio. With the need for tax ... More

JM Mutual plans to tap NRIs with new fund
JM Mutual Fund has proposed to tap long-term investors in a special way, courtesy an interval fund that will carry only a growth option, considered suitable for investors who have a time horizon of at least 10 years. The proposed JM Pravasi ... More


Lacklustre movement
THE markets moved within a close band on Tuesday. However, bulls were successful to the extent of terminating the downtrend in most of the tradable counters. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands neutral. Bull domination on ... More


Illiquid stocks turn active on BSE
PUNTERS and speculators are once again active in the stock market as was evident today on the bourses with every sixth or seventh stock traded on the BSE hitting the upper circuit. The intensity of the active buying was more in the "Z" ... More

Pvt placement talk lifts Moschip
SELECT market players are continuously accumulating the stock of Moschip Semiconductors over the last few days. This continued on Tuesday also. The interest in the counter is mainly on market talks of a private placement of the company's ... More

Gujarat PSUs on a roll
A SECTION of the investing community in their quest for low-priced mid cap stocks have of late been attracted by the Gujarat state-owned companies. A number of such stocks are seeing enhanced activity on the major bourses on revaluation ... More

Correction in offing, says Crisil caution on high stock prices
CREDIT Rating Information Services of India Ltd (Crisil) has warned that Indian stocks are beginning to look expensive in a pan-Asian context and that a significant correction is likely by the end of the year. The view expressed by the Crisil ... More


Outlook negative on PNB, ACC
The following strategies are based on Tuesday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Equity options Punjab National Bank: The outlook on this stock is negative. The downside price target is Rs 169. The upside risk ... More


Heavyweights drive the positive trend
DESPITE volatile trading activity witnessed by the bourses, the benchmark BSE Sensex, on the fourth trading day in a row, ended in the positive territory. The buying interest witnessed by the key index heavyweights, in the last half-an-hour of ... More
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