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Thursday, December 08, 2005
Markets (December 07 - 15.30 IST)
BSE Sensex8895.81(+80.25)
S&P CNX Nifty2693.00 (+30.70)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.19/46.32


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Geojit offers clients trading on Dubai Gold Exchange
GEOJIT Commodities Ltd has begun offering its clients facilities to trade on Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX). With this, clients can buy and sell gold in units of one kg (0.995 fineness) deliverable at DGCX approved vaults in the ... More

MUTUAL FUNDS


UTI GSF-Petro declares 50 pc dividend
MANGALORE: UTI-Growth Sector Fund-Petro (UTI-GSF-Petro) has declared a tax-free dividend of 50 per cent on a face value of Rs10. A press release by UTI Mutual Fund said here on Wednesday that the record date for the dividend is December ... More

STOCKS


Dollex Industries up on expansion moves
DOLLEX Industries has recovered some of its lost ground. In the last one month, the stock has moved up by around 34 per cent to Rs 42. The stock's 52-week high is Rs 47. According to market sources, a producer of ethanol and extra neutral ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bears curtailed
BULL domination on Wednesday reduced the bear count by a considerable margin. Bull domination on Thursday is likely to change the sentiment reading in its favour. On the contrary, the sentiment reading is likely to be strengthened on the bear ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Expansion plans to the fore
THE market buzz regarding Pearl Global is around its retail plan, which is in the making for some time. The market expects its retail plan may be announced in the near future. However, no official confirmation was available. The stock on ... More

INVESTOR GRIEVANCES


Vatsa Corp tops investor complaint list: NSE
VATSA Corporation Ltd and Soundcraft Industries Ltd have the largest number of investor complaints pending against them in the last two months, according to the National Stock Exchange (NSE). The exchange said that 80 investor complaints were ... More

COMMENTARY


FMCG active; splendid show by media stocks
THE markets made a smart recovery on Wednesday breaking their two-day losing streak. The BSE Sensex gained 0.9 per cent or 80.3 points to close at 8895.8 points. The S&P CNX Nifty appreciated 1.12 per cent or 31 points to close at 2,693. Leading More

IPOS


Ammana Bio Pharma files for IPO
AMMANA Bio Pharma Ltd has filed a draft letter of offer with the Securities Exchange Board of India for their forthcoming initial public offer (IPO) aggregating Rs 21.66 crore. The funds from the IPO are to meet the growth plans that include ... More

PUBLIC OFFER


ICICI Bank prices issue at Rs 525
ICICI Bank fixed the price of its domestic issue at Rs 525 per share. It also fixed its American depository shares (ADS) at $26.75, which is approximately Rs 618 per share, said a press release from the bank. The bank fixed a price band of Rs ... More
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