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Thursday, September 22, 2005
Markets (Sept 21)
BL 2502406.23(-126.18)
BSE Sensex8487.14 (-13.14)
S&P CNX Nifty2567.30 (-10.70)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)43.84/43.97
Gold Std (10 gm)6685 (-20)

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JRG Securities opens branch at Kottarakkara
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: JRG Securities has opened a branch at Kottarakkara. Mr Shyju K.A., branch manager at Thiruvananthapuram, inaugurated the facility at Kottarakkara. The new branch will help boost the delivery of financial services in ... More


Pru ICICI awaits BSE nod for resumptions in SPIcE trading
PRUDENTIAL ICICI MF, which recently suspended fresh sale of its exchange-traded fund, SPIcE, following a caveat from the Bombay Stock Exchange, is keenly awaiting an assessment by exchange authorities for resumption of transactions. Unusual ... More


BSE shifts 850 stocks to T group
BSE on Wednesday said that it has shifted 850 scrips in the trade-to-trade (T) segment on account of the surveillance action imposed on them. This is in addition to the scrips that are placed under `Z' group, which are also settled on ... More


Bears prevail
BEARS gained control of the initial hours of trading on Wednesday. However, they could not maintain their hold till the close. The sentiment reading of the tradeable counters stands bearish. Bull domination on Thursday is likely to reduce the ... More


Sensex swings 235 points intra-day — Closes 13 points down, small, mid-cap stocks feel the heat
AFTER a long time, selling powered trading on Wednesday with share prices reversing their upward momentum and closing low. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex, which was down by almost 235 points at one point of time, recovered and closed at ... More

Selling pressure grips small, mid-cap stocks
MOST mid-cap, small-cap and penny stocks crashed today as every fourth stock traded on BSE had only sellers and no buyers. According to BSE data, 677 stocks hit the lower circuit out of 2,648 stocks traded in today's trading. In comparison, ... More

Nilkamal up on expansion plans
NILKAMAL Plastics continues to hold investors' interest. Dealers say that expansion plans of the company are driving value-investors to the counter. The company recently unveiled plans for its retail foray. Its first store, under the brand ... More

Expressing the slide?
A grim-faced woman attending a call immediately after the Sensex fell by 240 points in early trade at a broking firm in Kolkata on Wednesday.



Participatory notes account for over 40 pc of FII inflows
FUNDS routed through participatory notes account for almost 42 per cent of the $8.3 billion invested by FIIs in the Indian securities market so far this year. The share of P-Notes (as participatory notes are commonly referred to) has gone up from ... More


Sensex recovers after sharp slide
TUESDAY may have been special for taking the indices past yet another psychological mark of 8,500. But Wednesday turned out to be an even more eventful day for investors and market-watchers alike, as the benchmark indices took them through ups ... More


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