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Thursday, January 03, 2002
Markets (Jan. 2)
BL 250972.60 (+7.29)
BSE Sensex3269.16 (+23.01)
S&P CNX Nifty1060.75 (+5.45)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.24/48.36
Gold Std(10gm)4630

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Volatile movement
WEDNESDAY's trading activity witnessed volatile movement. During the initial hours of trading, the bears were in control of the market. Later, bulls took over and managed to gain from the day's trading. The market sentiment continues to remain ... More

ASSET MANAGEMENT COMPANIES


SPA Cap handles large inflows
IN the hush-hush world of fund mobilisation, Mr Sandeep Parwal, head of the seemingly low-profile SPA Capital Services Ltd of Delhi, is someone who has single-handedly juggled between Rs 8,000 and 10,000 crore over the past couple of years. A ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


  • SEBI gets more time to act on First Global

    COMMENTARY


    IT, 2-wheeler, cement stocks share day's honours
    EVEN though the war fears have not receded completely between India and Pakistan, the mood of cautious optimism bolstered the BSE Sensex by 23.01 points (or 0.71 per cent) to close at 3269.16 points on Wednesday's trading. The Sensex opened for ... More

    Long call on Satyam gainful?
    DNESDAY's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE saw continued demand for out-of-the-money index calls. The demand for equity options was, however, concentrated in the in-the-money calls. Here are some buy/sell strategies based on the ... More

    Index influence on Wipro, HCL Tech
    WIPRO and HCL Technologies are witnessing increased institutional activities in the last few trading sessions. One of the major factors for the increased activity is that both these scrips would be included in the two major stock indices this ... More


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  • Top Stories
    Overall exports slide despite sectoral growth in H1


    Cellular penetration expected to double by December 2002

    Corporation Bank cuts housing loan rates

    LIC arm to buy GLFL Housing Fin portfolio

    New Year sales gets lukewarm response

    Health drinks, shampoo to drive FMCG

    Spices exports drop by Rs 172 cr

    In Depth
    Inside Kashmir
    Guide to derivatives
    US-64
    Looking back
    Dec. 23-Dec. 29
    6 members drop out of CSE race
    Market on tenterhooks -- Re loses 15 paise
    Markets turn weak as fear of war mounts


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