Tata MF plans to launch dividend yield fund
TATA Mutual Fund has lined up a scheme based on the concept of dividend yield. At least 70 per cent of its assets will be under normal circumstances invested in stocks that provide high dividend yield. Dividend yield may be defined as the ratio ...
BULLS prevailed over Thursday's trading activity. However they could not gain much from the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands neutral. Bull pressure on Friday is likely to change the sentiment reading in ...
Hindustan Oil Exploration jumps after IOC shows interest in its fields
THE Hind Oil Exploration (HOEC) stock continued to move up on the bourses. The stock on Thursday finished 11.8 per cent higher at Rs 59.6 on BSE after touching its 52-week high of Rs 61.2. After IOC decided to acquire stake in HOEC's two oil ...
Sensex gains 47, but truckers' strike weighs on market
EVEN as receding crude oil prices in the global market and passing of the Finance Bill helped maintain an upbeat sentiment, corporate India's concerns over the ongoing truckers' strike may dampen sentiment, say stockbrokers. "Going forward, ...
Block-deal push Bombay Dyeing
A BLOCK deal of around eight lakh shares at the counter of Bombay Dyeing saw the stock surge by more than eight per cent on the bourses today. According to the market grapevine, the buyer was Reliance Mutual Fund. The deal reportedly took place ...
Tea stocks in demand on firm price trends
WITH tea prices firming up this year, stocks of companies in this business have also started attracting investors' interest. In today's trading, there was across-the-board buying in most of tea companies stocks. Brokers and analysts said there ...
Tata Tea: Outlook negative, sell Sept futures
THE following strategies are based on Wednesday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segment on the NSE: Tata Tea: The stock closed at Rs 394 in the spot market. The outlook appears negative. The downside price target is Rs 361. ...
Mid-cap stocks maintain momentum
IT has been a pretty good week for the markets after a weak start. The markets moved in positive direction for the third straight day gaining over 100 points in the last three trading sessions. The Sensex gained 46.89 points to close at 5135.45 ...
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