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SEBI approves cum-dividend for open offers
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has approved a proposal to revise the open offer pricing norms to factor in cases of special dividend. The open offer pricing norm will now be on a `cum-dividend' basis, according to officials. ... More

IMPACT


Welspun Stahl Rohren: An order boost
AN overseas order bagged by Welspun Gujarat Stahl Rohren is likely to bolster trading interest in the company's stock. The company has bagged a Rs 62-crore order entailing supply of coated spiral pipes to an EPC contractor working for the Barka ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


`Income funds safe bet in short term for corporates'
IF you were an investor in income funds for the past two years, your average monthly returns would have been 1.09 per cent, a payoff that falls short of the average I-Sec index returns of 1.48 per cent. A comparative review of debt funds ... More

Short-term income plan from Pioneer ITI
PIONEER ITI is launching a Short Term Income Fund on January 28. The initial issue would be open for subscription for four days up to January 31. This open-end income scheme aims to generate stable returns by investing in fixed income ... More

BOB Mutual plans to launch 3 more funds
BOB Mutual Fund, sponsored by the Bank of Baroda, is planning to launch three more funds during this year. These are in addition to the three funds being offered to public from February 14. Speaking to newspersons on Friday, the BOB Asset ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Narrow movement
FRIDAY's trading activity witnessed narrow movement. Bears managed to maintain their pressure over the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bearish. Bull domination on Monday is likely to neutralise the sentiment ... More

COMMENTARY


Fears of R-Day trouble affect sentiment
THE stock market that has been quite fickle in the past few trading sessions has finally found some direction albeit southwards. This fall, second day in a row on Friday, could be on the back of fears of potential trouble during the Republic Day ... More

Writing Satyam 240 calls may be more rewarding
ON the last trading day of the week there was mixed trading interest in both call and put options. Most top traded equity calls lost value during the day. As usual Satyam Computers and ACC remained in the limelight during the day's trading. The ... More

Auction in Digital GlobalSoft
ON a dull trading day, Digital Globalsoft shares on Friday witnessed auction of around 2 lakh shares on the NSE. There was also talk of auction of around 1.5 lakh shares on the BSE. After the trading hours, the auction on NSE was completed around ... More


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