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MIP schemes disappoint
RETURNS generated by monthly income plans offered by mutual funds over the past one year have proved to be a major washout with MIPs providing an average score of 4.17 per cent, barely above the rate given by savings bank deposits. Investors in ... More


Ind-Swift stock split
NEW DELHI: Ind-Swift Ltd has decided to split its Rs 10 share into five equity shares of Rs 2 each. This was approved at the company's extra-ordinary general meeting held in Chandigarh on Thursday. In a statement, the Chairman, Dr G. ... More


Bulls prevail
The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands bullish. Bear domination on Friday is likely to change the sentiment reading to bearish. On the other hand, the prevailing bullish sentiment is likely to continue with added strength. More


Dishman turns volatile
THE stock of Dishman Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals (Dishman) had a volatile day at the bourses after the announcement of its acquisition of UK-based Synprotec. The company announced this Rs 14.4-crore (GBP 1.7 million) acquisition to the stock ... More

Titanor Components in limelight
THE stock of Titanor Components (TCL), a company operating in the field of electrolytic process, has been on the rise on the back of growth in chloro-alkali industry. The interest in the stock is also due to the expectation that the company ... More

Voltas on high voltage
THE stock of Voltas has been in the spotlight for the last few trading sessions. Despite rocky market conditions, the stock has been trading on very high volumes. Dealers say that as the company has not announced any bonus for a long time, ... More


Outlook may turn negative for Tata Motors, Maruti Udyog
THE following strategies are based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Tata Motors: The April futures contract closed at 434.30. The outlook may turn negative if the April contract trades below 423.30. The ... More


SREI Infrastructure GDR lists on LSE; FII holdings to touch 51% post issue
THE foreign fund holding in SREI Infrastructure Finance Ltd (formerly SREI International Finance) post-GDR issue, will climb to 51 per cent from the earlier 22 per cent, with the balance held by promoters (22 per cent) and Indian public (27 per ... More


Results, monsoon report boost sentiment
THE markets on Thursday continued to trade in the positive territory, as bulls were active on the bourses. Impressive results by Satyam, Nalco and UTI Bank and the expectation of a normal monsoon aided in boosting the overall market ... More


Shoppers' Stop IPO priced at Rs 210-250
THE K Raheja Corp Group-promoted Shoppers' Shop has fixed the price band for its maiden public offer of 69.46 lakh shares between Rs 210 and Rs 250 per share. The issue is slated to open on April 27 and close on May 3. This price band allows ... More
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