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Thursday, May 18, 2006
Markets (May 17)
BSE Sensex12217.81(+344.08)
S&P CNX Nifty3635.10)(+111.80)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.22 (-0.28)


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OPEN OFFERS


Open offer for MphasiS BFL shares
Citigroup Global Markets India Pvt Ltd acting on behalf of TH Holdings along with Electronic Data Systems Corporation has advanced the open offer schedule for acquisition of MphasiS BFL Ltd shares from existing shareholders. The ... More

NEW FUND OFFER


MFs try to be different with hedge options
`Investors will make losses even when the markets are going up' More

MUTUAL FUNDS


Regional rural banks to market MF units
Considered a profitable avenue; scope to expand business More

STOCKS


Aksh Optifibre high on MF buying
The Rs 5-face valued Aksh Optifibre stock is inching ahead, a trend being attributed partly to buying by mutual funds. On Wednesday, the counter closed 6 per cent higher at Rs 86 on the NSE. Trading volumes these days are also looking up, ... More

Rana Sugars' GDR issue lists on Dubai exchange today
Rana Sugars Ltd, a North India-based sugar refiner, will on Thursday become the second Indian company to list on the Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX). Rana Sugars is listing GDRs following an $18-million capital-raising exercise. ... More

Electrosteel up on overseas issue
The Electrosteel Castings scrip, which rose 4 per cent to close at Rs 406 on the NSE, has gained in the wake of talk that the company has worked out an overseas issue. The stock, which is still some way off its 52-week peak of Rs 490, is however ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bull domination
Bulls dominated Wednesday's trading activity. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters turned mildly bullish. Bull pressure on Thursday is likely to strengthen the prevailing sentiment reading. On the contrary, the sentiment reading is ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Metal recovery pushes Sensex up
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FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS


`No FII buying in Ashok Leyland'
The RBI has notified that no further purchase of equity shares of Ashok Leyland should be made on behalf of foreign institutional investors through primary and secondary markets without the permission of the central bank. Ashok ... More

INTERVIEW


Dawnay Day bullish on infrastructure
Offers clients classic portfolio and opportunity-led portfolio More

Sensex year-end target is 11K: JP Morgan
India would not see a massive sell-off but could be regional underperformer More

COMMENTARY


Metal stocks stage sharp recovery
India emerged the leader in the market rally across Asian markets on Wednesday. With a gain of 344 points, its biggest rise in eight months, the BSE Sensex has managed to recoup much of the loss it suffered on Monday's trading session. Metals ... More

IPOS


XL Telecom files prospectus with SEBI for public issue
XL Telecom Ltd, a Secunderabad-based company, has filed draft red herring prospectus with SEBI to raise funds to meet expansion plans. The company is set to shortly come out with a public issue of 39 lakh shares and plans to raise funds through ... More
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