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Thursday, February 14, 2002
Markets (Feb. 13)
BL 2501093.03 (+17.56)
BSE Sensex3519.87 (+22.19)
S&P CNX Nifty1135.10 (+5.60)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.64/48.77
Gold Std (10gm)4940

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OVERSEAS BORROWINGS


Implications of fungibility
AT present, ADRs/GDRs of companies such as Infosys and Satyam trade at a substantial premium to the domestic price, while that of companies such as Siliverline Technologies and ICICI trade at a considerable discount. If liquidity in the ADR/GDR ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Cangilt declares 4 pc dividend
CANBANK Mutual Fund has declared the ninth tranche of `income distribution' in its Cangilt (PGS) scheme under the income plan. The income distribution works out to 4 per cent on a face value of Rs 10. According to Canbank Investment Management ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Volatile movement
BULLS dominated the initial hours of Wednesday's trading. Later on, bears came back and recovered most of their day's losses. Bulls managed to gain marginally from the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Wyeth Lederle moves up on DPCO hopes
THE stock of the multinational pharmaceutical firm, Wyeth Lederle, has been on the rise in the past few weeks on hopes that many of its key brands would come out of the drug price control order (DPCO). Wyeth Lederle has moved higher by 29 per ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Limited upside in VSNL?
WEDNESDAY's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE saw most equity calls end higher. Here are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: The February 170 calls on VSNL clocked the highest volumes, with ... More

ISS to trade in NSE derivatives
ISE Securities and Services Ltd (ISS), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Inter-connected Stock Exchange of India (ISE), will shortly commence trading in the derivatives segment of the National Stock Exchange (NSE). "ISS would be investing over Rs ... More

COMMENTARY


Hectic buying revives PSU stocks
ON Wednesday, stock prices regained their upward momentum after the setback on Tuesday. Led by buying interest in stocks of public sector companies, both the Sensex and Nifty ended the day with gains. Click here for ... More

ONGC up ahead of APM dismantling
AHEAD of the proposed dismantling of the Administered Price Mechanism (APM), the ONGC stock has been witnessing increased buying. ONGC is expected to be the major gainer from the proposed decontrol. Currently, the company sells crude to oil PSUs ... More


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In Depth
Inside Kashmir
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