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Scheme closure: Court tells UTI to despatch final cheques
THE Bombay High Court has directed UTI Mutual Fund to continue with the process of winding up the UTI Growth and Value Fund - Bonus Plan, but with the option of allowing investors to wait till the court makes a final decision on the case. In ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Range-bound movement
BEARS were successful to the extent of restricting the bulls from making further gains. However, the sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bullish. Bear move on Friday is likely to change the sentiment reading in their favour. On ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Dabur moves fast on acquisitions
DABUR's acquisition of the three Balsara companies has given a fillip to its stock price. The company's stock has been on a steady climb and touched its 52-week high on Thursday. Dabur touched an intra-day high of Rs 108.70 today and closed at ... More

Gesco Corp gain on FDI hopes
Stocks relating to real estate sector have been witnessing heightened activity of late following the Government's signal that the sector may be opened up for foreign direct investments. At present, FDI in this sector is restricted to the ... More

Northern market keeps Shree Cement share steady
THE Shree Cement stock is ruling steady on the bourses because of its grip over the fastest growing northern region. According to industry analysts, the northern region is expected to grow by 8 per cent in the next one year, while the western ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Short-term price reversal likely in ICICI Bank, HDFC
THE following strategies are based on Thursday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segments on the NSE. The strategy is structured to take advantage of short-term price swings. Note that such price swings can run contrary to the primary ... More

COMMENTARY


Hindustan Lever drags Sensex down
THE markets, led by the index heavyweights, trended lower on Thursday's trading, with the BSE Sensitive Index shedding 15.7 points to close at 6,577.8. The Nifty too lost value to close at 2,063.4 points, down seven points. Data on investments ... More
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