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Friday, May 03, 2002
Markets (May 2)
BL 2501148.84 (+10.80)
BSE Sensex3372.56 (+34.40)
S&P CNX Nifty1093.30 (+8.80)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.90/49.08
Gold Std (10 gm)5135 (-35)

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UTI Bond Fund hikes exposure in G-Securities
UTI Bond Fund, which is said to have been lapped up by a section of investors who sought to switch over their MIP 97 redemption proceeds, has increased its exposure to Government securities to take advantage of trading opportunities. The ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Restricted movement
THURSDAY'S trading activity witnessed restricted movement. Bulls were successful in sustaining their pressure over the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains neutral. Bull domination on Friday is likely to change ... More

STOCK EXCHANGES


BSE appoints market makers
THE Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today appointed 21 market makers in 20 futures (stock and Sensex) products. The market-making scheme for the BSE's derivatives segment will be from May 6 for a period of two years, (up to May 2004). The move is ... More

Ludhiana SE gets conditional nod from SEBI
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has allowed the renewal of recognition of Ludhiana Stock Exchancge Association Ltd for a period of one year. This is, however, contingent upon the exchange fulfilling two conditions that have ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Tata Power rises on buyback talk
BOTH trading volumes and the share price of Tata Power shot up sharply in Thursday's trading. On the BSE, volumes increased to 10.11 lakh shares from 29,899 shares traded on Tuesday. On the NSE, volumes jumped to 21.13 lakh shares against 58,800 ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Sell HPCL 260 put
SELECT call options gained value during the day's trading in the derivatives segment on the National Stock Exchange. Top traded options included Satyam Computer, Reliance Industries, HPCL and BPCL among others.
  • Options on HPCL were actively ... More

    REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


    Life means more
    FOR many, the news of SEBI debarring Home Trade would have come as a rude shock. Most people are too familiar with the commercials that the company ran that they might not know that the stock broking firm was dealing in securities. The now ... More

    COMMENTARY


    Heavyweights gain as political tension eases
    EXTENDING the gains recorded on Tuesday, the BSE Sensex moved up further on Thursday. The easing of political pressure imparted positive market sentiment with the Sensex posting a rise of 34.4 points or 1.03 per cent to close at 3372.56. More
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