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Saturday, October 01, 2005
Markets (Sept 30)
BL 2502444.18 (-10.77)
BSE Sensex8634.48 (-15.69)
S&P CNX Nifty2601.40 (-9.80)
Gold Std (10 gm)6770 (+30)


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PREFERENTIAL ALLOTMENTS


Anant Raj Industries allots shares to foreign, domestic investors
ANANT Raj Industries, a ceramic tile manufacturer, has allotted 25 lakh equity shares and 15 lakh convertible warrants, on preferential basis to foreign and domestic investors. The preferential issue of 25 lakh equity shares at a price of Rs ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


StanChart lines up another equity fund
STANDARD Chartered MF has worked out an equity fund aimed at investors looking for a focused, aggressive portfolio of fundamentally good businesses. If permitted by the SEBI, this will be the MF's third equity product. The proposed Standard ... More

STOCKS


CSE asks members not to trade in 6 cos
THE Calcutta Stock Exchange on Friday directed its members not to trade in six companies identified in SEBI's recent order that banned a number of CSE brokers. Trading in the stocks will remain suspended till further directions. The companies ... More

SBI MF raises stake in Nagarjuna Construction
SBI Mutual Fund has acquired 2.5 lakh shares of Nagarjuna Construction Company Ltd (NCC) under its various schemes, aggregating to a 0.31 per cent holding in NCC. NCC has informed the stock exchanges that the mode of acquisition was market ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Volatile movement
FRIDAY'S market activity witnessed volatile movement. The tug of war between bulls and bears had no impact on the sentiment reading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters continues to remain neutral. Bear domination on Monday has the ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Shift towards IT stocks
WITH oil prices firm and rise in old economy stocks, big investors are now shifting their positions to IT stocks. Within this category, the interest is primarily in large-cap stocks like TCS, Infosys, Wipro and Satyam Computer. Dealers said ... More

COMMENTARY


Markets end in negative zone despite last hour surge
THE markets took a breather after a five-day winning streak and closed the week in negative territory. The Sensex closed 15.7 points lower while the Nifty shed about 10 points. On Friday, the markets opened on a negative note and stayed ... More

IPOS


DSP Merrill Lynch is advisor for Air India's IPO
AIR INDIA has selected DSP Merrill Lynch Ltd as the advisor for its proposed initial public offering (IPO). In a statement, the airline said the terms of reference of the advisor will include preparing a roadmap for the airline's proposed IPO ... More

Shree Renuka Sugars plans IPO
SHREE Renuka Sugars Ltd (SRSL) is entering the capital market with a public issue of Rs 10 face value equity shares aggregating Rs 100 crore. The issue is being made through a 100 per cent book building process at a price band of Rs 250-300 per ... More

ECONOMIC OFFENCES


SEBI crackdown on two more cos for price manipulation
SEBI has cracked down on the promoters and directors of two more companies - Prime Properties Development and Konkan Tyres - for alleged price manipulation in shares of their companies. The market regulator has prohibited promoters and ... More
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