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Saturday, November 12, 2005
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BSE Sensex8471.04(+162.11)
S&P CNX Nifty2548.65 (+47.95)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.66/79


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Anagram Broking expansion in Kerala
KOCHI: Considering the emerging markets in stocks as well as commodities in Kerala, the Ahmedabad-based Anagram Stock Broking Ltd is expanding its operations in the State to tap the market potential. At present, Anagram operates out of ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


One fell swoop on ELSS
The recent CBDT notification on equity-linked saving schemes defies economic logic and should be withdrawn, says Pradeep Agrawal More

Templeton launches new fund to invest in small and mid-cap cos
FRANKLIN Templeton Mutual Fund announced on Thursday the launch of the Franklin India Smaller Companies Fund (FISCF) with the objective of investing in small cap and mid-cap companies. The 5-year close-ended fund would open for public ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bull domination
THE sentiment readings of the tradable counters continue to remain bullish. Bear domination on Monday is likely to change the sentiment reading in its favour. On the contrary, the prevailing bullish sentiment is likely to be further strengthened ... More

STOCK MARKETS


FII buying drives Sensex up 162 — Investors coming back, says dealers
AFTER a two-day gap, stock prices resumed their upward movement as FIIs made fresh purchases driving the BSE Sensex up by 162 points. The upturn across most international equity markets and the decline in crude prices to a five-and-half month ... More

Firm price, expansion plans push up sugar stocks
MARKET continues to find sweetness in sugar stocks on their growth prospect. Majority of the listed sugar stocks moved up today with volumes. Bannari Amman gained by 5.82 per cent to Rs 780. Balrampur Chini, Dhampur Sugar and Bajaj Hindusthan ... More

Stock split, bonus fuel rally in Cranes Software
CRANES Software is on upward trend and in the last two sessions it was locked at the 10 per cent upper circuit level. The stock has gained 24 per cent in the last one week. On Friday, it closed at Rs 130 on the BSE with volumes of 64,054 ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


FIIs allowed to invest in ARCs' security receipts
SEBI-registered foreign institutional investors have been allowed to invest in the Security Receipts (SRs) issued by Asset Reconstruction Companies. This follows the Government's decision to allow 49 per cent FDI in ARCs. In a press release ... More

INTERVIEW


`Business of investing is not a one-day affair'
CHURN. This has almost become a four-letter word in mutual fund circles. Or so agree intermediaries such as Cholamandalam Distribution Services. The trend, indicates Mr D. Arulmany, Business Head of CDS, is spurred by a section of investors ... More

COMMENTARY


Sensex posts biggest gain in two weeks
THE bulls were back in action on Friday with the Sensex posting its biggest two-week rally in more than five years. The Sensitive Index surged 162.1 points or 2 per cent to 8471. The Sensex had opened the day with a low of 8332.9. Higher ... More
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