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Monday, November 07, 2005
Markets (November 05)
BSE Sensex8072.75(+128.65)
S&P CNX Nifty2419.05 (+32.30)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.52/45.53


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Sector funds with broader themes provide substantial diversification
TILL some years ago, you could not have chosen a fund that allocates primarily to banking stocks, or one that has an overwhelming part of its portfolio invested in oil companies. Today, these are a reality, and what is more, the number of such ... More

STOCK MARKETS


The next trigger is 'results' in December quarter
Dakshinamoorthy kept calling his relatives in Chennai to find if they were sailing in the same boat that Mumbaikars had used. Khan spent 'oil for food,' by driving to a distant eatery. Sridevi rued the benefits she'd missed in the form of CBSE ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


How to protect the portfolio using index futures
ON SEPTEMBER 9, the BSE Sensex touched 8060. You wish to fully cover your portfolio worth Rs 36,49,000 using index futures, the size of the contract being 100 indices. If the beta of the portfolio is 0.7, what is the number of contracts to be ... More

INTERVIEW


Investment products have created new dimension to wealth creation
MR ANDREW Bradley, Chairman of Financial Planning Institute, South Africa, was recently in the country to attend a convention hosted by the Financial Planning Standards Board India. Here, he talks to Business Line about the import of ... More

COMMENTARY


Satyam, Rediff hit year highs
THANKS to the robust showing by Qualcomm Inc, the US markets ended on strong note for the second continuous week. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index rose 1.8 per cent to 1220.14 last week while the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 1.2 per cent . More

OUTLOOK


Benchmarks may remain firm
Continuation of a relative strength in greenback against rupee appears to have enthused the market to place additional premium to exporting sectors, particularly IT. More
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