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Thursday, December 15, 2005
Markets (December 15 - 15.30 IST)
BSE Sensex9170.40(-71.36)
S&P CNX Nifty2778.55 (-26)
US Dollar(Buy/Sell)45.44/45.46 (latest)


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CDSL to levy flat fee for DP deals
THE Bombay Stock Exchange-promoted Central Depository Services (India) Ltd has decided to reduce the transaction charge it collects from Depository Participants (DPs) to a flat fee of Rs 5 for debits effective from January 1, 2006. "The ... More

STOCKS


Stocks rise on hopes of realty development
MUMBAI: Stock prices of companies having huge property for real estate development rose during Wednesday's trading following the Supreme Court order. Stock price of several companies, which have huge land that could be used for ... More

Adlabs plans to raise authorised capital
ADLABS Films Ltd will be seeking members' approval for a variety of measures, through a postal ballot. This includes raising the company's authorised share capital from Rs 25 crore, divided into five crore equity shares of Rs 5 each, to Rs 30 ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Volatile movement
WEDNESDAY'S trading activity witnessed volatile movement. However, the sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bullish. Bear domination on Thursday is likely to change the sentiment reading in their favour. On the contrary, the ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Bank stocks shine
BANKING stocks were in the limelight on Dalal Street on Wednesday on a couple of triggers. The Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance approved the proposal to lift the cap of 10 per cent on voting rights in private banks and to allow ... More

Kemrock Industries gains on export order prospects
Kemrock Industries continues to move up on the prospects of improvement in its export order book. The stock on Wednesday closed with a gain of 1.26 per cent at Rs 84.20 after touching its 52-week high at Rs 87.30 on the BSE. The counter ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


SAT orders compensation for DSQ Soft shareholders
THE Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) has directed SEBI to identify and compensate the buyers of unlisted shares of DSQ Software, which were sold in the open market in 2000. DSQ Software had allotted more than one crore shares in 2000 which ... More

COMMENTARY


Markets jolted by bearish onslaught
THE dream run for the markets received a jolt on Wednesday as profit booking by investors and speculators dragged them down. On a day marked by high volatility, the benchmark Sensex shed 22 points at its close of 9241.7, snapping its five-day ... More

IPOS


M&M financial arm plans IPO
MAHINDRA & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd (MMFSL) has informed the BSE that its members have approved a fresh issue not exceeding 1.5 crore equity shares including a green-shoe option, through an IPO. The price would be determined under the ... More
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