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Thursday, April 17, 2003
Markets (April 16)
BL 2501023.85 (+7.32)
BSE Sensex3032.32 (+34.94)
S&P CNX Nifty958.65 (+7.45)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)47.31/47.44
Gold Std (10 gm)5140 (-30)

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Post-Infy results, tech funds outdo IT index
INFOSYS Technologies' results have left investors disappointed with the outlook for the company and the technology sector as a whole. However, investors in technology schemes of mutual funds may find some respite in the fact that most of these ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bulls prevail
BULLS gained control of Wednesday's trading activity. Bears were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. However, the sentiment reading of the tradable counters continues to remain bearish. Bull domination on Thursday is likely to ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Talk of hike in FII limit in SBI
THE market is again abuzz with talk of Government hiking the FII investment limit in SBI. Dealers said that in the coming Budget session or through a notification, the Government might approve the hike in the FII investment limit in the country's ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Turnover tumbles further in F&O
TURNOVER further dropped in the futures & options segment (F&O) on the NSE on Wednesday. The segment recorded a turnover of Rs 2142.57 crore as against Tuesday's turnover of Rs 2415 crore and much lower when compared to last Friday's turnover of ... More

FOREIGN PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT


Geometric Software lures foreign MFs
THE stock of Geometric Software Solutions appears to have attracted foreign mutual funds. An analysis of the company's shareholding pattern reveals that foreign MFs have hiked their stake by 14.18 percentage points in the last three months ended ... More

COMMENTARY


Buying in pivotals perks up Sensex, techs mixed
BUOYED by buying in key index technology stocks such as Infosys Technologies and Satyam Computers, coupled with a strong showing by pivotals such as Hindustan Lever, ITC and State Bank of India, the benchmark ... More

INVESTOR PROTECTION


Onus on owners' information
Priya Mohan on the need to focus on investor education to ensure against corporate misgovernance More
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