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Wednesday, July 17, 2002
Markets (July 16)
BL 2501125.76 (-16.22)
BSE Sensex3229.18 (-49.53)
S&P CNX Nifty1035.95 (-12.05)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.75/48.88
Gold Std (10 gm)5270 (+40)

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MFs working on debit-card concept
IT'S being billed as the product that will storm the world of money market mutual funds. But for the individual investor, it will simply be a piece of plastic that can be used to access his favourite money market scheme while making ... More

Reliance Vision Fund is 'second best performer'
RELIANCE Vision Fund has emerged as the second best performing fund globally for the quarter ended June 30, 2002, a press release said here on Tuesday. The fund, managed by Reliance Capital Asset Management Ltd for Reliance Capital Mutual ... More

Unit Scheme 95 to pay 12 pc
MUMBAI: Unit Trust of India (UTI) has announced an income of 12 per cent (Rs 1.20 per unit) to the existing unitholders of Unit Scheme 95 (US-95). The fund has also announced an annuity of nine per cent under its Senior Citizens Unit Plan. ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bears march ahead
BEARS extended further pressure over Tuesday's trading. Bear dominance for the second successive day left the bulls with no opportunity to recover. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters remains bearish. Bear domination on Wednesday is ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Sensex ends 49.53 down
SHAKY global markets, border tensions and a hesitant monsoon pulled down stock prices in the domestic market for the second day in a row on Tuesday. Opening almost at Monday's closing levels, the market continued to reflect bearish sentiment the ... More

Equity yields lower: CMIE
CONTRARY to claims by captains of the capital market, returns on Indian equities in the eleven-year period between April 1991 and March 2002 were worse than that from bank deposits, according to the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy ... More

Kodak sees volumes on open offer talk
THE share price of photographic equipment manufacturer Kodak India has been witnessing a lot of action in the last few days. Market players are understood tobe accumulating the stock on expectations of an open offer from the company's parent ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Buying August Nifty calls may be profitable
THE following are some buy/sell strategies based on Tuesday's trading in the derivatives segment at the NSE: Equity options: Calls on M&M ended lower in line with the decline in the stock's spot price. The stock may witness a short rally ... More

COMMENTARY


Index heavyweights pull down market
THE lacklustre sentiment of Monday persisted on the second trading day of the week. Still wary of the response that the Government may come up with for the weekend terrorist attack in Jammu and worried about the effect of the delayed monsoon, ... More
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