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HDFC Mutual plans multi cap fund
HDFC Mutual Fund is seeking the approval of Securities and Exchange Board of India to launch a multi cap fund. The primary objective of the scheme is to generate capital appreciation in the long-term through equity investments by investing in ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bears prevail
BEARS prevailed over Thursday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands bearish. Bull domination on Monday is likely to reduce the bear count by a considerable margin thereby resulting in a change in the sentiment ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Tobacco stocks up on SC ruling
STOCK price of cigarette and gutkas manufacturers gained sharply after the Supreme Court (SC) today ruled that States had no power to enact a law to impose luxury tax on these products. States such as Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Haryana and ... More

BOC India up on growth potential
THE stock of BOC India, a company into industrial oxygen business, was accumulated on Thursday by select market players. Dealers said several broking firms have started advising their clients to buy the shares of the company following its good ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Futures trading in cocoons, raw silk launched
MR Shankarsinh Vaghela, Minister of Textiles, on Thursday launched futures trading in cocoon and raw silk at the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange in Mumbai. The futures contracts on mulberry cocoon and raw silk was jointly designed by ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


SEBI mulls altering takeover code
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India is considering changing the takeover code. According to the draft amendments to the regulation, creeping acquisition of over 55 per cent in a company cannot be made through open offers, market ... More

COMMENTARY


Select large-cap stocks recover after a bad start
THURSDAY turned out to a big day with major corporate developments swamping the market. There was a steady flow of news through out the day, much of which turned out to be positive. Traders grappled with major developments in the form of the ... More

RIGHTS ISSUE


HBL Nife EGM for rights issue
HYDERABAD: HBL Nife Power Systems has informed the stock exchanges on Thursday that an extraordinary general meeting would be held on February 10 for seeking the approval of shareholders for the proposed rights issue and hike in ... More
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