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Thursday, September 12, 2002
Markets (Sept. 11)
BL 2501065.29 (-4.16)
BSE Sensex3125.66 (+36.19)
S&P CNX Nifty998.85 (+0.30)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.40/48.53
Gold Std (10 gm)5220 (-90)

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Bonds: Best days may be over
IF stocks have had a bloodbath in recent times, the opposite is clearly true for bonds, which have had a terrific bull run. Yields have collapsed as money moved into the safe haven of Treasury securities and high-quality bonds. There are ... More

ACCOUNT SPEAK


  • At long last

    DOWN TO EARTH


    No big deal for farmers
    All parties demand vociferously better returns for farmers when in opposition and resort to brutal repression once in power... The Maharashtra Chief Minister does not wish to let go of the hen that has laid golden eggs for politicians for three deca des. He wants to continue the cotton procurement scheme without any price premium. This cannot be, says Sharad Joshi. More

    SAY CHEEK


    Ganesha — unlimited
    IF there is one God who has not patented his form, it should be Ganesha. This is the season for you to encounter him in all different shapes and sizes. And except for the broad specs — such as there should be a fat belly and a trunk plus a ... More

    EAR TO THE GROUND


    Mastek rises on bonus talk
    MASTEK has been in the limelight over the last few days. The talk in the market is that the company is likely to come out with a bonus issue shortly. Dealers said the main factor prompting bonus issue talks is the huge reserves of the company ... More

    ON THE HEDGE


    Positive outlook on Tata Engg
    THE following are some buy/sell strategies based on Wednesday's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE: Equity options Tata Engg: The outlook on this stock appears positive. The immediate price projection on the upside is ... More

    SENSOR


    IT stocks gain in cautious deals; Wipro down
    AFTER the bear hammering on the bourses on Monday, the sentiment improved marginally in Wednesday's trading session. Information technology stocks continued to find takers and stocks of public sector undertakings were still languishing at much ... More
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