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Geojit assurance on site security
GEOJIT Securities Ltd has assured all its customers that the company has implemented world-class security systems and that its Web site and database are fully safe. The assurance follows a complaint filed by the company at the Kottayam East ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Marginal gains
FOR the second successive trading day, stock price moved within a narrow range. Wednesday's market action resulted in reducing the bear count by a considerable margin. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands mildly in favour ... More

STOCK MARKETS


SSI moves up on hive-off talk
THE stock of the Chennai-based SSI Ltd has been in the positive territory for over a month on the back of reports of the company hiving off its training and software segments into two separate entities. Once hived off, the company is likely to ... More

FII interest lifts tech stocks
INFOTECH counters were buzzing today on the back of increased buying by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) despite weak global markets and uncertainty following the WorldCom fiascolast week. The uptrend assumes further significance as it ... More

Funds show interest in ICICI Bank
ICICI Bank was in the limelight on Wednesday. The stock ended 4.94 per cent higher at Rs 154.15 on the BSE, with volumes of 4.15 lakh shares. On the NSE, the stock ended 4.92 per cent higher at Rs 154.35, with volumes of 10.44 lakh shares. The ... More

`Affluent clients averse to direct equity exposure'
INVESTORS, especially high net worth individuals (HNI), are not prepared to invest in equity unless they are assured of high risk-premium. They have also become much more responsive to market movements now than a couple of years ago, according to ... More

Divestment plans spur interest in HMT stock
HMT has been in the limelight on the back of news that the company is divesting its stake in four of its key subsidiaries to strategic partners. The stock has gained about 44 per cent in the last couple of days. In the past one week, however, ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Upside limited in Digital
CALLS on select stocks ended higher during Wednesday's trading at the NSE. The following are some buy/sell strategies based on day's trading: Equity options: Calls on Digital Globalsoft ended higher in line with the spot market. The ... More

FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS


RBI nod for 100% FII buy in Infosys
MUMBAI: Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) can now purchase equity shares and convertible debentures of Infosys Technologies Ltd up to 100 per cent of its paid-up capital, according to a RBI release on Wednesday. Earlier the limit was ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


SEBI panel findings on buyback by month-end
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) committee to study the issue of buyback and delisting of shares is expected to submit its findings by the end of the month. Mr Pratip Kar, Executive Director, SEBI, said that the existing ... More

COMMENTARY


Info-tech stocks, except Satyam, post gains
THE bulls managed to get the upper hand during Wednesday's trading on the bourses. With the markets in the US factoring in the ramifications of the scandals that have rocked them in recent times, the bulls in the domestic bourses might have been ... More
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