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Tuesday, May 27, 2003
Markets (May 26)
BL 2501134.40 (+19.25)
BSE Sensex3096.69 (+46.85)
S&P CNX Nifty982.45 (+14.55)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.84/46.97
Gold Std (10 gm)5740 (+15)

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Canbank MF unveils pure equity scheme
CANBANK Mutual Fund has lined up a broad-based, pure equity scheme with the BSE 200 as its benchmark index. `Candiversifed, as the scheme has been named, will chiefly invest in mid- and large-cap stocks picked up from sectors that are thought ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Bull domination
BULLS were in total control of Monday's trading activity. However, the counters in the tradable list failed to move with the general market. Neither the bulls nor the bears could gain much from the day's trading. The sentiment reading of the ... More

STOCK MARKETS


Balaji Tele hit by CAS woes
THE stock price of media company Balaji Telefilms on Monday touched a new 52-week low amidst concern over the implementation of conditional access system (CAS). Another factor for the fall in the stock price is the fall in the viewerships ... More

Rally in MNC pharma stocks
DESPITE dull market conditions, investors in multinational pharma companies seem to have a reason to smile as these stocks have given handsome returns over the past one month with some appreciating by over 30 per cent. An analysis of share ... More

BSE lists new shares of Alstom Projects
THE Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today listed the new equity shares of Alstom Projects India Ltd. The shares were issued to shareholders of erstwhile Alstom Transport Ltd, Alstom Systems Ltd and Alstom Power Boilers Ltd pursuant to their ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Tata Engg active ahead of earnings announcement
WITH just four trading days for the May futures to expire, the derivatives segment saw increased trading. The turnover was marginally higher at Rs 2,977 crore as compared to Friday's turnover of Rs 2937 crore. Index futures: The May ... More

COMMENTARY


Old economy stocks buoy Sensex
ROBUST buying interest in the old economy stocks spearheaded by Reliance Industries and Hindustan Lever buoyed the Sensex by 46.85 points on Monday's trading. The interest in old economy stocks appears to have been triggered by the possibility ... More
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