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Wednesday, April 03, 2002
Markets (April 2)
BL 2501165.64 (+3.33)
BSE Sensex3505.79 (+5.61)
S&P CNX Nifty1136.95 (-2.00)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.78/48.90
Gold Std (10 gm)5015 (+10)

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Avoidable tragedy
THE tragedy at the secretariat complex of Tamil Nadu in which a husband and wife drank poison and took their lives in the full view of officials and visitors was avoidable. Apparently, the couple was worked up and desperate to hand over their ... More

FINANCIAL SCAN


Deflation shows up in GDP data of US
LAST week, the US GDP data for the fourth quarter of 2001 (second revision) were released. More than the further upward mark-up in GDP growth (from 1.4 per cent in the first revision to 1.7 per cent now), the surprise was the price deflator, ... More

EAR TO THE GROUND


Titan up on Tata-Tidco deal?
THE stock of watch and jewellery maker, Titan Industries, has been ruling firm in the last couple of weeks, trading above Rs 50 level. Firm trend in the stock was mainly on rumours that the Tatas might increase their stake in the company by ... More

ON THE HEDGE


Outlook on Sterlite remains positive
TUESDAY'S trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE saw most equity calls end in the negative territory. The following are some buy/sell strategies based on the day's trading: Equity options: Options on Satyam continued to top the ... More

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Two-wheeler, cement stocks in focus
TRADING activity on Tuesday was almost similar to the trend witnessed on Monday. After a firm start, the Sensex erased much of its gains to end the day with a modest rise of about 5.6 points. After opening at 3505.4, the Sensex went on to touch a ... More
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