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Friday, January 04, 2002
Markets (Jan. 3)
BL 250983.66 (+11.06)
BSE Sensex3308.02 (+38.86)
S&P CNX Nifty1072.25 (+11.50)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.21/48.34
Gold Std(10gm)4630

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New Year resolutions -- MF sector lays stress on risk management
Each player in the country's MF sector follows his own risk management practices. The big issue in such a situation is whether these practices are adequate, foolproof and measure up to global standards. More

US-64 repurchase at Rs 8.59 crore
MUMBAI: Unit Trust of India repurchased units of US-64 worth Rs 8.59 crore on Thursday. Fresh sales at the net asset value of Rs 6.05 were at Rs 43 lakh. Out of the total repurchase, Rs 8.27 crore were under the special scheme and Rs ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bulls regain
BEARS exerted pressure during the open but were unable to sustain it. Thereafter the bulls took over and ended up with substantial gains. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters changed in favour of the bulls. In the normal course ... More

STOCK EXCHANGES


SEBI to hasten steps for demutalisation
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) will soon take the next step towards demutualisation of stock exchanges. Mr D.R. Mehta, SEBI Chairman, told Business Line over the telephone from Mumbai that the board would ``very ... More

DotEx, ISE provide Internet trading to regional exchanges
DOTEx International and Interconnected Stock Exchanges of India Ltd (ISE) have tied up to provide Internet trading facilities to members of 15 regional stock exchanges. Members of these exchanges can now start accepting buy and sell orders ... More

COMMENTARY


Markets upbeat ahead of quarterly results
EQUITY markets across the country continued their rise for the second straight day as investors became upbeat about quarterly results to be released in the days ahead. Overnight gains on the US Nasdaq lent additional strength to the rally. ... More

Bull spread on Tata Steel
THURSDAY's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE saw demand concentrated in the in-the-money equity calls and out-of-the-money index calls. Here are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: There was ... More

Satyam gains on KPMG tie-up
SATYAM Computer was back in the limelight on Thursday on rumours that the company has tied-up with the consultancy firm KPMG. Even though the exact nature of the tie-up is not known, it is expected that the tie-up will help the software major ... More

ECONOMIC OFFENCES


Ketan denies manipulation
STOCK broker, Mr Ketan Parekh, who is in the centre of the 2001 stock scam, has denied that his broking firms were involved in circular trading. However, he was reported to have admitted to the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) that his firms ... More
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Multilateral agencies to be roped in -- Asset reconstruction co equity to private sector

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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