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Wednesday, March 20, 2002
Markets (March 19)
BL 2501127.10 (-16.21)
BSE Sensex3560.32 (-52.96)
S&P CNX Nifty1152.15 (-17.15)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.69/48.82
Gold Std (10 gm)4900 (+40)

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    MUTUAL FUNDS


    Consolidation among MFs: Time to tread cautiously
    WITH both the Pioneer Group and ITI set to sell their respective equity stakes in Pioneer ITI AMC to Templeton, the wheel appears to have turned full circle for foreign investment management companies testing the waters in India. Several of ... More

    Templeton, 2nd largest
    THE takeover of the assets of Pioneer ITI AMC by Templeton Asset Management makes the latter the second largest mutual fund in India after the Unit Trust of India. After the takeover of Pioneer ITI's funds, the Templeton-Pioneer ITI combine would ... More

    TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


    Bear domination
    BEARS were in total control of Tuesday's trading. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands neutral with most of the counters in the sideways mode. Further bear domination ... More

    STOCK MARKETS


    D-Link gains as orders flow in
    THE stock of the Mumbai-based networking and communications company, D-Link India Ltd, has been on an upward trend. It is expected to gain further momentum on the back of increased order inflows. The stock closed at Rs 75.40 on the BSE, up by ... More

    Cardio drug licence talks activate Nicholas Piramal
    AFTER a lull spell that lasted nearly three months, the stock of Nicholas Piramal is back in the limelight. Market sources said that the company could be in talks for licensing one of its molecules, which is in the pre-clinical stage ... More

    Parliamentary panel in last leg of stock scam probe
    THE Joint Parliamentary Committee probing the securities scam, which surfaced in March 2001, is in a wrap-up mode as regards its report. It met on Monday for "internal deliberation" to finalise the structure of the report. It will begin the ... More

    DERIVATIVES MARKETS


    Selling Satyam 320 call may be profitable
    SELECT call options lost value during Tuesday's trading at the derivatives segment on the National Stock Exchange while put options failed to attract much trading interests. The top traded options were on Satyam Computer, VSNL and Reliance ... More

    Certification in derivatives trading
    MUMBAI: BSE Derivatives is offering certification on derivatives exchange, a Web-based on-line test, approved by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). This test is being conducted by Zee Interactive Learning Systems at 50 Zed ... More

    COMMENTARY


    Bears tighten noose; select stocks escape
    IT was a day when political uncertainties offered the bears the smallest of openings which they capitalised. The bourses closed the day on a negative note with the bears threatening to reign supreme over the next few trading sessions. There was ... More
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