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Wednesday, January 08, 2003
Markets (Jan. 07)
BL 2501130.59 (+0.32)
BSE Sensex3330.50 (-4.39)
S&P CNX Nifty1081.80 (-2.55)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)47.94/48.06
Gold Std (10 gm)5660 (-70)

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DSP ML plans scheme eyeing Top 100 cos
DSP Merrill Lynch Mutual Fund has proposed to introduce an equity scheme that will pick up stocks from the top 100 companies listed on any of the country's two premier exchanges, the BSE and the NSE. The proposed Top 100 Equity Fund from DSP ML ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Narrow movement
TUESDAY'S trading activity witnessed narrow movement. Bears were successful in increasing the bear count by a considerable margin. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands strongly bearish. Bull domination on Wednesday is ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Hexaware up on order talk
HEXAWARE Technologies on Tuesday witnessed sharp rise in price on the back of higher volumes on talks that the company is likely to bag an order for its BPO business. About 60 per cent of the company's equity was traded on the BSE and the NSE. ... More

Active trading in Zee Tele
ON a dull trading day today, Zee Telefilms witnessed heightened activity at the major bourses. According to market players, the counter has been active of late, primarily on different expectations. The factors that were understood to be driving ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Buy Jan puts on HPCL, HLL
THE following strategies are based on Tuesday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Equity options HPCL: The immediate outlook on the stock is negative. An interesting factor is that the call implied-volatility is ... More

COMMENTARY


Infosys, HLL drag market; Reliance, ITC firm
THE benchmark BSE Sensex continued its southward movement on Tuesday and ended its third trading day in a row lower. The selling pressure witnessed by the Index heavyweights Infosys Technologies and Hindustan Lever appears to have ... More

ECONOMIC OFFENCES


Interim order declined on Ketan's plea
IN a writ petition filed by Mr Ketan V. Parekh, a Mumbai-based stock broker, for quashing of investigations initiated by the Calcutta Police for his alleged involvement in the Rs 120-crore share scam at the Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE), Mr ... More
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