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Saturday, May 24, 2003
Markets (May 23)
BL 2501115.15 (+11.89)
BSE Sensex3049.84 (+9.05)
S&P CNX Nifty967.90 (+4.65)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.85/46.98
Gold Std (10 gm)5730

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UTI to sell old building
THE Unit Trust of India has decided to sell its old corporate office building and has invited bids from interested parties. As per the tender notice, UTI — which has three properties at 13, 41 and 37 at New Marine Lines in South Mumbai ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bulls prevail
BULLS managed to gain control of the Friday's trading activity. Neither the bulls nor the bears could gain much from the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters continues to remain bearish. Bull domination on Monday ... More

STOCK MARKETS


SBI stock zooms on institutional support
THE State Bank of India (SBI) stock today set a new 52-week high of Rs 343.70 and was headed towards its all-time high on institutional interest, a trend currently apparent in bank stocks. In the special segment or the institutional window, ... More

Eveready gains on turnaround
THE turnaround by tea and batteries manufacturing company Eveready Industries in the last fiscal has attracted market attention with the stock price of the company locked in the 20 per cent upper circuit on Friday. For the year ended March ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


SBI futures remain active
WITH just four days away for the expiry of the near-month contracts, turnover at the derivative segment on the NSE shot up on Friday to about Rs 2937 as against Thursday's Rs 2489 crore. Index futures: The May futures were active with ... More

COMMENTARY


Infosys, Reliance, ITC suffer setback
AFTER a rather dreary week, when the market nervously dipped to lower levels, the closing session turned bullish. Though Friday's trading session was weak by mid-day, the closing was strong. However, despite a number of pivotals gaining ground on ... More

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Nalco strategic sale deferred — IPO to go through by September
COMING from the horse's mouth, it's more or less official now, though not ``officially'' announced as yet. The high-profile proposed strategic sale of the Government's equity in National Aluminium Company Ltd (Nalco), the top low-cost producer of ... More
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