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A level-headed investor
Dinesh Kumar Bansal has invested about half his savings in equity, and spends three hours before his terminal daily. His strategy: To get out of a share once it gives him a 30 to 40 per cent profit. More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Diversified funds fail to match the recent Sensex surge
THE latest rally in the stock market seems to have exposed the soft underbelly of an otherwise proud lot - fund managers. Many of them have been actually outclassed by leading indices, prompting investors to ask questions that are definitely ... More

STOCKS


Grasim sells 7.39 pc stake in Century Enka
MUMBAI: Century Enka Ltd has informed the stock exchanges that Grasim Industries Ltd has sold 21.17 lakh shares aggregating 7.39 per cent of the total paid-up capital of Century Enka on Thursday. The stake has been sold to TGS ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bulls prevail
BULLS gained control of Thursday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands bullish. Bear domination on Friday is likely to reduce the bull count by a considerable margin, thereby, resulting change in the sentiment ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Transchem up on de-merger plan
THE counter of Transchem Ltd, a company in pharma and agro businesses, was active on Thursday for its de-merger plan. The company intends to hive-off its agribusiness into a separate company and focus more on high yield medicinal plants and ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Small reversal likely in ITC, HPCL
THE following strategies are based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE. These strategies are constructed to take advantage of small reversal in futures prices. The positions may run counter to the primary trend. Protective ... More

FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS


DEG starts mopping up of Agro Dutch Ind stocks
THE stock of Agro Dutch, reportedly world's second largest integrated producer and exporter of mushrooms, has begun to see strong mop-up based activity on the bourses. According to market sources, DEG, the investment institution for the ... More

COMMENTARY


Media stocks up on FDI announcement
THE bull-run continued on the bourses as the markets ended the day with strong gains. Sustained buying in the index heavyweights, continued inflow of FIIs, fall in crude oil prices and approval of overseas investment in private radio FM stations ... More

IPOS


Yash Papers launches public issue to shore up operations
YASH Papers Ltd, manufacturer of brown wrapping paper, plans to set up a 70-tonnes per day plant to manufacture MG poster paper at its factory at Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh. The company also plans to install a 130-tonnes per day bagasse and ... More
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