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Tuesday, January 22, 2002

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Narrow movement
MONDAY's trading witnessed narrow movement. Neither the bulls nor the bears could gain much from the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands neutral. Thus favouring neither the bulls nor the bears. In the normal ... More

STOCK EXCHANGES


FISE for strong road-map before demutualisation
THE Federation of Indian Stock Exchanges (FISE) has suggested that demutualisation will not serve much purpose for exchanges with nil or negligible turnover. Mr Vijay Bhushan, Chairman of FISE and President of Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE), said, ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Crisil jumps on expectations of S&P stake hike
THE share price of rating firm Crisil has been rising in the last two weeks on the expectation that international rating firm, Standard & Poor's International Ratings (S&P), might increase its stake in the company. Currently, S&P holds 9.68 per ... More

Aptech out of BSE indices
PURSUANT to demerger and capital restructuring, Aptech would be out of the BSE indices — BSE-100, BSE-200 and BSE-500, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) said in a statement on Monday. While Digital GlobalSoft would replace Aptech in ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


Collective investment schemes -- SEBI relaxes norms for provisional registration
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has relaxed the conditions to be adhered to by the existing collective investment schemes (CIS) seeking provisional registration with the capital market regulator. The SEBI (Collective ... More

SEBI directive to exchanges
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has overhauled the existing system of member brokers running stock exchanges. The SEBI board, in its meeting held in December last, decided that `no broker member of the stock exchange shall be ... More

Special margin on 32 scrips
MUMBAI: The BSE has imposed a special margin on the following 32 scrips from Monday. The scrips that attract 25 per cent margin are Aftek Infosys, Alps Infosys, Amtek Auto, Baffina Engineer, E-Serv Intl, Financial Technologies, Fortune ... More

COMMENTARY


Select old economy stocks up in dull trades
THE Bombay bourses started the week on a lacklustre note with trading on Monday remaining flat. The 30-share, Bombay Stock Exchange index, the Sensex, closed up 0.16 per cent or 5.24 points at 3382.29 points from the previous Friday's close of ... More

Reliance turning positive?
MONDAY's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE saw good demand for equity puts. Here are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: The January 320 calls on Reliance Industries clocked the highest ... More

IPOS


SEBI panel moots early IPOs by MNCs, banks
IN a bid to revive the sagging primary markets, a Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) panel has suggested ensuring multinational companies and banks that are required to dilute their equity, to do so now. The SEBI panel on primary ... More
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SEBI panel moots early IPOs by MNCs, banks

Collective investment schemes -- SEBI relaxes norms for provisional registration

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AP to rope in private cos for Govt IT projects

In Depth
Inside Kashmir
Guide to derivatives
US-64
Looking back
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