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Tuesday, October 22, 2002
Markets (Oct. 21)
BL 2501041.50 (-3.18)
BSE Sensex2998.01 (-11.75)
S&P CNX Nifty967.35 (-4.40)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.31/48.44
Gold Std (10 gm)5170 (+20)

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Sun Pharma plans stock split, buyback
SUN Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd plans to split its Rs 10 share into two shares of Rs 5 each. The company's board of directors would meet on October 28 to consider the stock-split and buyback of shares, Sun Pharma told the Bombay Stock Exchange ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Trading in US-64 suspended from Oct 25
TRADING in units of US-64 of Unit Trust of India (UTI) will be suspended from October 25 on account of the proposed splitting of the plan into two parts, according to a notification on the National Stock Exchange. UTI recently announced that it ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bears prevail
BEARS were in control of Monday's trading activity. They were successful to the extent of terminating the uptrend in most counters in the tradable list. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Block deal in ETC Network
AFTER remaining calm for quite some time, the media company ETC Network witnessed huge volumes on the BSE. Dealers said there was a huge block deal of over 5 lakh shares on the BSE. There was hardly any impact on the stock price. The stock ... More

Kotak report leads to selling in Balaji Tele
THE stock price of media company Balaji Telefilms Ltd (BTL) has been falling over the last few days on concern that the company would not been able to sustain the ratings and pricing for TV serials on leading channels, analysts have said. Today ... More

BSE imposes special margin on 46 scrips
MUMBAI: The BSE has imposed special margins on 46 scrips from Monday. The special margin would be imposed on the basis of member-wise gross purchases or sales position, the BSE said today. Among the stocks that attracted 25 per cent ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


BPCL: Buy Nov 190 calls
THE following are some buy/sell strategies based on Monday's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE: Equity options Tata Steel: The outlook on this stock appears positive. Two pointers in this direction are the sharp ... More

FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS


FIIs step up exposure in Pritish Nandy
FOREIGN institutional investors (FIIs) stepped up their exposure in Pritish Nandy Communications Ltd during the quarter ended September. FIIs' holdings in the company have more than doubled at 14.7 per cent during this quarter against 6.11 per ... More

COMMENTARY


Profit-booking in tech stocks amid thin trading
THE benchmark BSE Sensex traded in a narrow band on Monday and ended the day marginally lower, as some information technology stocks witnessed profit booking. At the close of trading on Monday, the BSE Sensex went down by 11.75 points (0.39 per ... More

ECONOMIC OFFENCES


CSE probe: Police query SHCIL chief executive
THE CEO of Stock Holding Corporation of India Ltd (SHCIL), Mr K.C. Bandopadhyay, today appeared before the Kolkata Police in connection with the latter's probe into the March 2001 payments crisis on the Calcutta Stock Exchange. The police also ... More
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