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StanChart Mutual plans to launch maiden equity fund
STANDARD Chartered Mutual Fund plans to launch its first equity fund in the next couple of months. Mr Jaspal Bindra, General Manager, South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank, on Thursday said that the bank's asset management company has received ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Range-bound movement
THURSDAY'S trading activity witnessed narrow movement. Bulls managed to gain marginally 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 to ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Advik Laboratory up on reverse merger hopes
THE Advik Laboratory stock on Thursday was a buzz among a section of investors on the Street over the talk of a reverse merger. The counter moved up 11.23 per cent with a traded volume of 5.21 lakh shares on the BSE. According to markets ... More

Volatile trading in textile stocks
SHARE prices of textile companies were volatile today primarily on market talk that Chinese yuan would be revalued. Some of the textile stocks flared up during the day on yuan revaluation talk. However, with clarifications that the Chinese ... More

Revamp fuels rally in Rane Madras
THE stock price of auto-component company Rane Madras gained sharply on Thursday after the company's investments were de-merged from the manufacturing activity. Last year, Rane Group had announced restructuring with the objective of separating ... More

COMMENTARY


Pivotals prop up Sensex to positive territory
THE markets ended the day in the positive, managing to recoup some of the losses it suffered in the last two trading sessions. The Sensex appreciated 11.69 points or 0.18 per cent to close at 6456.8, led by gains in index heavyweights such as ... More

IPOS


Govt says no link between granting rights, airline's IPO
THE Government on Thursday maintained in the Lok Sabha that there was no link between its decision to allow Indian scheduled carriers to operate on international routes and the initial public offering (IPO) issue of a particular airline. In a ... More
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