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Thursday, July 21, 2005
Markets (July 20)
BL 2502295.90 (+1.55)
BSE Sensex7342.89 (-3.74)
S&P CNX Nifty2241.90 (+4.60)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)43.48/43.61
Gold Std (10 gm)6000 (+5)

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Overheated equity market — Mutual funds keen to restrict inflows
Fund managers say the launch of several mid cap and flexible cap funds resulted in too much money chasing too few "good quality" mid cap stocks in the market. More

SBI Mutual plans capital-guaranteed scheme
THE country's first capital-guaranteed fund may turn up from the SBI Mutual Fund camp, once regulations on the issue are clearer. The fund house is said to have structured a scheme with the help of its new partner Societe Generale Asset ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Restricted movement
FOR the second successive trading day, the market witnessed narrow movement. The day's action had very little impact on the tradable counters. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bullish. Bear pressure on Thursday is likely to ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Noida Medical jumps on turnaround hopes
NOIDA Medical, a hospital services company, is steadily moving up on the stock market over improvement of its financial health. The stock today closed at Rs 25, up 7.99 per cent on the BSE with a volume of 1.09 lakh shares. According to ... More

Removal of circuit limits on HMT, ITI surprises traders
TRADERS may be surprised why stocks such as HMT and ITI did not attract circuit filters despite a 30 per cent rise in a single day. These are not the only stocks on which circuit filter will not be applicable, but on stocks such as Crest ... More

Infrastructure tag builds up Shrachi Securities
THE Shrachi Securities counter is marching ahead on the stock exchange following the company's announcement that it is adopting the `infrastructure' tag in line with new business opportunities. The stock, which is increasingly seeing higher ... More

ACC gains on open offer talk
ASSOCIATED Cement Companies (ACC) has been buzzing on speculation that the company could come up with another open offer. The stock has appreciated by over 15 per cent in the last month of trading. The stock ended on Wednesday at Rs 438.20 on the ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


SAT presiding officer recuses from UBS case
MUMBAI: The presiding officer of the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT), Mr Kumar Rajaratnam, has recused himself from hearing the case between SEBI and UBS. It is understood that this follows media reports suggesting that SEBI is not ... More

COMMENTARY


Profit-taking checks progress
AFTER consistently hitting new all-time high levels, the major indices went through an uncertain, nervous patch on Wednesday. The mid-week session witnessed the setting in of hesitant trading and the uncertainty consequently led to profit booking ... More
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