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Tuesday, January 01, 2002
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Happy ending for 2001 as IT stocks shine
AMID all the turbulence in the stock markets worldwide during the year, the Indian bourses ended the year 2001 on a positive note. Fuelled by the uptrend at Nasdaq, the software stocks, particularly the second rung stocks registered a sharp rise ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


  • Bull domination

    ON THE HEDGE


    Positive outlook on Satyam
    MONDAY's trading in the derivatives segment saw good demand for out-of-the-money equity and index calls. Here are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: Satyam appears to be reversing direction and may turn ... More
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  • Top Stories
    Panel to supervise Investor Protection Fund formed


    Rise and growth of the consuming class

    A requiem for small savings?

    HDFC cuts retail PLR by 0.5 pc

    Cotton market stuck in a year-end limbo

    IT Industry upbeat on 2002

    DCI in pact with China co for Dubai project


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