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JRG Securities opens new branch at Peroorkada
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: JRG Securities, a leading stock, commodity and insurance broking company has opened a new branch at Peroorkada in the city. Mr Jibi Mathew, Managing Director, JRG Wealth Management, inaugurated the office on Monday. ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


LIC MF plans P/E ratio-based fund
LIC Mutual Fund is swaying to a different tune - price-earning ratios of companies. It has lined up a fund for allocating chiefly to companies where P/E ratios are less than that of the Sensex or the Nifty at the time of investing. The ... More

Tata Equity P/E Fund runs diversified portfolio
TATA MF's scheme based on the price-earnings ratio concept maintains a diversified portfolio of stocks chosen from among a number of sectors. It has provided about 34 per cent to investors since its launch in June last year. Tata Equity P/E ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bear run arrested
BULL pressure on Monday curtailed the two-day bear run. However, sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains strongly bearish. Further bull domination on Tuesday is likely to change the sentiment reading to bullish. Nifty futures ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Glenmark Pharma: A healthy guidance
THE Glenmark Pharma stock closed at Rs 261.75, down 3.94 per cent, even as the company unfolded its plan at the analysts' meet today and gave a clear guidance for 2005-06. According to Ms Shahina Mukadam, pharma analyst at HDFC Securities, the ... More

Pantaloon strengthens on new biz plans
THE scrip of Pantaloon Retail has been buoyed by the news of the new businesses the company is looking at, particularly in the real estate sector. The company is setting up a separate business unit that will develop real estate for setting up ... More

Bharti Tele-ventures: Room for growth
DESPITE some selling pressure, institutional investors continue to be excited by the scrip of Bharti Televentures. Brokerages have been bullish on the stock and several have put the scrip on buy advice. Analysts have taken a positive view on ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Outlook positive for Century Textiles, negative for Cipla
THE following strategies are based on Monday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Century Textiles: The May futures contract closed at 251.20. The outlook may turn positive if the May contract trades above 252.45. The upside ... More

COMMENTARY


Technology, oil majors score gains
ON Monday, the markets opened on a firm note amid gains in the tech, auto, oil and metal stocks. Though the markets were choppy and volatile in the subsequent session, selective buying across the sectors pulled them back as the markets finally ... More
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