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Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Markets (October 3)
BL 2502476.00 (+31.82)
BSE Sensex8697.65 (+63.17)
S&P CNX Nifty2630.05 (+28.65)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)44.07/44.20
Gold Std (10 gm)6770 (-30)


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MFs invest Rs 9,000 cr in H1
AFTER the FIIs, it seems to be the turn of mutual funds to set record in the equity market. According to SEBI data, mutual funds have made net investments of Rs 9,019 crore in the first six months of the current fiscal. This is the highest ... More

Franklin Templeton plans close-ended smaller cos fund
FRANKLIN Templeton has lined up a close-ended equity fund aimed at investing in mid- and small-cap companies. The proposed Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund, which will mature after 60 months from date of allotment, will be benchmarked ... More

HSBC MF moots Incredible India fund
HSBC MF has drafted an equity fund - Incredible India Fund - with a view to generating long term capital growth by investing mainly in sectors that play an important role in, and benefit from, India's reform process and economic ... More

STOCKS


Polar Pharma suspension withdrawn
THE BSE has withdrawn the notice of suspension of dealing in securities of Polar Pharma on the exchange, said a company statement. The notice was issued to the company as it had not complied with certain provisions in the listing agreements. ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bull domination
MONDAY'S market action resulted in changing the sentiment reading of the tradable counters into bullish. Bear domination on Tuesday is likely to neutralise the sentiment reading. On the other hand, the bullish sentiment is likely to be further ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Small, mid-cap stocks shine; Sensex hits 8,700 intra-day
SMALL and mid-cap stocks are back in the limelight. After September 22, when the stock markets lowered the circuit limit to five per cent and shifted several stocks in the T and Z categories, today's was probably the first trading session which ... More

Gujarat Apollo riding on order hopes
GUJARAT Apollo is firm on expectation of a greater order book size and new export potential. According to market sources, the road equipment manufacturer is witnessing higher flow of contracts awarded to it as the activity in the domestic road ... More

IFC buys 9.6% in AP Paper
THE International Finance Corporation (IFC) has acquired 22.88-lakh equity shares of Andhra Pradesh Paper Mills Ltd (APPML) aggregating to 9.61 per cent of the latter's paid-up equity. In a communiqué to stock exchanges, APPML said the mode of ... More

ASSET MANAGEMENT COMPANIES


UTI Intl opens Bahrain office
UTI International Ltd, a 100 per cent subsidiary of UTI Asset Management Company Private Ltd, has opened a representative office in Bahrain. The office has been opened with a view to establish a presence in Bahrain and cater to the needs of ... More

COMMENTARY


Auto, cement stocks fuel Sensex rally
MARKETS bounced back on Monday after a transient fall at the close of the previous week's session. It was a day marked by relatively less volatility aided by renewed buying interest in heavyweights such as Infosys, Bajaj Auto, and Dr ... More
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