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Friday, November 25, 2005
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BSE Sensex8744.04(+105.70)
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Structured investment products booming
A number of wealth advisors are known to be offering plans that actively involve derivatives. More

MUTUAL FUNDS


SBI Mutual Fund plans arbitrage fund scheme
SBI Mutual Fund has proposed an open-end interval equity scheme that will try to provide capital appreciation and regular income by identifying arbitrage opportunities between the spot and derivative market segments. The proposed SBI Arbitrage ... More

IDBI to pick capital markets arm for mutual fund foray
IDBI Capital Market Services has been finally identified as the launch pad for IDBI Bank's proposed entry into mutual funds. The company, a 100-per cent subsidiary of the bank, will also be mandated to sell products of the insurance venture that ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bull domination
BULLS dominated over Thursday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters turned to bullish. Bear domination on Friday is likely to change the sentiment reading in its favour. On the contrary, the sentiment reading is ... More

STOCK MARKETS


New retailers in demand
RECENTLY listed retail companies Provogue and Shopper's Stop are on buy list of several investors. Dealers said the buying interest in the counters has started from this week. The main reason for the interest is that their valuation is ... More

Hospital stocks firm on steady growth
HOSPITAL stocks are in good health on the bourses. But according to some analysts, smaller stocks are improving at a faster rate. Apart from industry's steady growth rate, expansion plans, further step towards attracting foreign medical ... More

Close tab on equity markets
THE Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said it keeps a close watch on the developments in the equity market to guard against any spillover of disturbances to other financial markets. When the stock market turned volatile on May 17, 2004, the RBI ... More

COMMENTARY


Sensex continues its north-bound journey
THE good times continued to roll at the markets, with the benchmark BSE Sensex posting a gain in excess of 100 points for the second day on the trot. The Sensex finished at 8744.04 points, a gain of 105.70 points over Wednesday's close; the Nifty ... More

PUBLIC OFFER


Opto Circuits to raise Rs 100 cr via public offer
OPTO Circuits (India) Ltd, a manufacturer of global non-invasive healthcare equipment, on Thursday announced it will tap the market to raise up to Rs 100 crore. The decision comes after the company's directors approved the proposal at its ... More
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