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Thursday, May 26, 2005

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SEBI fines Birla Mutual for non-compliance
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India has booked Birla Mutual Fund for not complying with key provisions of SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeovers) Regulations, 1997. A penalty of Rs 75,000 has been imposed. Birla MF was ... More

Three top investors to float real estate fund
The latest to join their ranks are stockbroker Mr Anand Rathi, financier Mr Kaushal Kumbhat and property developer Mr Atul Chordia, who are jointly floating a Rs 500-crore fund for investing in real estate. The fund, being set up as a ... More


Bulls take charge
BULLS were in total control of Wednesday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains strongly bullish. Bear domination on Thursday is likely to reduce the bull count by a considerable margin, thereby resulting in a ... More


Market overcomes intra-day volatility; Sensex up 32 pts
THE bourses overcame intra-day volatility and the benchmark indices closed in the green for the fifth consecutive trading session on Wednesday. Yet, market participants feel sentiment is still not overtly bullish and expect stocks to move in a ... More

Radico Khaitan up on global pact hopes
The stock of Radico Khaitan has been moving up with a lot of buying interest. The speculation around the stock is that the company is close to announcing a distribution agreement for an international spirits brand. The agreement is expected to ... More

Saregama ringing new tones for market?
IS the market reacting to a turnaround tune that Saregama is presenting? The stock on Wednesday closed down 2.38 per cent at Rs 131.50. Its 52-week high was at Rs 166.25 on the BSE on March 3. According to some analysts, though the company ... More


Frontline, mid-cap stocks shine
THE bulls continued their march in the markets as the Sensex closed the day with a gain of 0.5 per cent, while the Nifty was up 1 per cent. The markets on Wednesday opened on a weak note but strong buying interest among the frontline and ... More


SPL Industries plans to raise Rs 60 cr from IPO
SPL Industries, a Delhi-based knitwear and garment manufacturer, plans to enter the market with an IPO to raise around Rs 60 crore to fund capacity expansion. It has filed a red herring prospectus with SEBI. The company is expecting to ... More
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