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Thursday, April 04, 2002
Markets (April 3)
BL 2501155.88 (-9.76)
BSE Sensex3462.99 (-42.80)
S&P CNX Nifty1123.50 (-13.45)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.86/48.99
Gold Std (10 gm)5060 (+45)

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HDFC Mutual fact-sheet sees Budget hurting four sectors
HDFC Mutual Fund has come out with an impact analysis on the latest Budget on the portfolio of its flagship equity scheme, HDFC Growth Fund, which is currently invested in over 15 broad sectors. Budgetary announcements, the MF has maintained in ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bears prevail
BEARS exerted further pressure on Wednesday's trading. Bulls were unable to make any impact during the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bearish. In the normal course of trading on Thursday, the prevailing ... More

STOCK EXCHANGES


ITC Bhadra out of BSE indices
THE Bombay Stock Exchange has replaced ITC Bhadrachalam Paperboards with Blue Dart Express in the BSE-200 index. Welspun Gujarat Stahl Rohren replaces it in the BSE-500. The changes will take effect on April 8. The stock of ITC Bhadrachalam ... More

BSE to suspend trading in 6 scrips
CHENNAI: THE BSE has decided to suspend trading in the scrips of TPI India, Gujarat Telephone Cables, Vishwas Steels, Sujana Industries, Timex Watches and ICES Software from April 8. These companies, which made preferential issue of ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Colgate up on open offer rumour
THE stock market is again buzzing with reports of open offers from various multinational companies. It was Colgate Palmolive on Wednesday. The stock price of the dental care major was locked in the upper circuit on the rumour that its parent ... More

Select NBFCs gain on specific events
SOME non-banking financial companies seem to be witnessing slightly increased activity on the bourses despite the sector not being out of the woods yet. According to brokers, generally speaking, NBFCs are not a great growth story. However, ... More

Speculative buying lifts KPIT Infosys
THE share price of KPIT Infosystems Ltd, the Pune-based software solutions provider, today touched a new 52-week high, witnessing heavy trading volumes on the exchanges, on speculation about a possible strategic alliance with another software ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Sell Satyam 300 calls
CALL options lost value during the day's trading at the derivatives segment on the National Stock Exchange. The top traded options were on Satyam Computer, Bharat Heavy Electricals and Infosys Technologies among others.
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    REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


    Malegam panel to discuss `common listing authority'
    THE Y.H. Malegam committee on disclosure requirement in offer documents is to meet in Mumbai on Friday to discuss, among other matters, the issues relating to the setting up of a `common listing authority'. Sources pointed out that the Primary ... More

    COMMENTARY


    Nasdaq affects tech stocks sentiment
    THE overnight decline in equities at Nasdaq cast a shadow on the Indian stock market and brought down the indices on Wednesday. The BSE Sensex closed at 3,462.99 points, lower by 42.80 points (1.22 per cent). The weak trend in Nasdaq had an ... More
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