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Thursday, January 10, 2002
Markets (Jan. 9)
BL 2501004.33 (-11.13)
BSE Sensex3400.89 (-35.89)
S&P CNX Nifty1102.80 (-7.10)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.25/48.38
Gold Std(10gm)4660 (+20)

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Rossell Industries: Arbitrage prospects
Lipton India's second open offer to the public shareholders of Rossell Industries may see some revival of stock market interest in the Rossell Industries stock. This offer, which follows an earlier offer in October 2001, is being made to mop up ... More

Ranbaxy Labs: Bolstering expectations
Ranbaxy Laboratories continues to strengthen its base in the US following the regulator's tentative approval for Ranbaxy's generic alternative to the anti-hypertensive, Prinizide. Over the last 18 months or so, Ranbaxy's product basket in the US ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Canliquid to offer 2 plans
CANBANK Mutual Fund today launched an open-ended cash management scheme, `Canliquid'. The scheme offers two plans, dividend reinvestment and growth. Under the dividend reinvestment plan, the scheme shall declare weekly dividends, which would ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bear domination
WEDNESDAY'S trading activity was totally controlled by the bears. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. However, the sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains in favour of the bulls. Bear domination on Wednesday ... More

STOCK MARKETS


SBI leads surge in bank stocks
BANK shares led by State Bank of India were up today on expectation of better financial performance by most of the banks for the quarter ended December 31, 2001. Bankers and analysts said that profits of the banks were likely to be better for ... More

High volatility in NIIT scrip
SOFTWARE and computer education company NIIT was volatile today in the stock markets on speculation that global computer major IBM was taking stake in the company. On the BSE, the NIIT stock opened higher at Rs 286 from Tuesday's close of Rs ... More

COMMENTARY


High-tech stocks trigger Sensex fall
TRADING on bourses on Wednesday was largely dominated by perceptions of performance logged by companies in the December quarter. Investors were patently not enthused by earnings expected for this period. As a result, indices of major bourses were ... More

Immediate outlook on ACC negative
WEDNESDAY's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE saw demand primarily for 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: Demand for ... More

SE Asian Marine up on open offer talk
THERE is market talk of an open offer from South East Asian Marine (formerly Peerless Shipping). The talk doing the rounds in the market was that the parent would be making an open offer for a minimum of 20 per cent stake at Rs 240 per share. ... More


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