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Indian GDRs: HDFC Bank up 3.3%, L&T slips 5.3%


Indian GDRs: HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Satyam, Dr. Reddy's, ITC, Wipro and Ranbaxy agined, while L&T and MTNL plunged.

Wall Street ends mixed after weak home sales data


. That's a 12-year low and well below the consensus estimate of 715,000. Even the October numbers were revised lower.A look at how the Indian ADRs IndiaSatyam WiproICICI

Indian ADRs: Sterlite up 6% HDFC Bank rose 3.3%


Indian ADRs: Sterlite, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Wipro, Tata Motors rose, while patni, Infosys and Satyam slipped.

2007 review: Fund manager's favourites


. Meanwhile, Reliance Industries, L&T, and ICICI Bank were the top favourites with fund managers.

For smart retail investors, ICICI Direct's midcap picks  

28-12-2007| Source:CNBC-TV18

Harendra Kumar, Head of Research at ICICI Direct talks about his midcap picks, which are Oriental Bank of Commerce, SpiceJet, Visa Steel, and Granules India, to CNBC-TV18. OBC has underperformed

Indian GDRs: ICICI Bk, Satyam down nearly 6%


Instanex Skindia Dr Index and Constituents: ICICI Bank and Satyam were down nearly 6%. HDFC Bank and VSNL slipped over 5%. Wipro lost 4.7%. Infosys and MTNL were down over 2%. However, Reliance

Indian ADRs: TELCO slips 6.4%, ICICI Bk, Satyam down 6%


Indian ADRs: Tata Motors slipped over 6.4%, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Satyam and VSNL lost over 5%. Sterlite Industries and Wipro dipped nearly 4.8%. Other stocks lost over 2-3%.

Wall St slips on news of Bhutto's assassination, rising oil

28-12-2007| IndiaSatyam WiproICICI BankHDFC Bank MTNLVSNLDr Reddy's LabTata MotorsPatni ComputerSterlite IndSymbolINFYSIFYREDFSAYWITIBNHDBMTEVSLRDYTTMPTISLTPrice45.625.3411.2726.5815

Indian GDRs: ICICI Bk, Infosys, Wipro, Satyam gain


Instanex Skindia Dr Index and Constituents: ICICI Bank and Infosys Technologies gained over 3.3%. Wipro was up 2.3%. Satyam and HDFC Bank surged over 1%. However, L&T lost 1.7% and Hindalco fell

Indian ADRs: ICICI Bk, Sterlite up over 3%


Indian ADRs: ICICI Bank and Sterlite Industries have gained over 3% each. Wipro was up 2.34%. HDFC Bank surged 1.5%. Satyam was up 1.15%.

US stocks close flat; Dow up 2.36 pts


higher at 2,724. The S&P 500 closed 1.21 points up at 1,498.A look at how the Indian ADRs IndiaSatyam WiproICICI BankHDFC Bank MTNLVSNLDr Reddy's LabTata Motors

HPCL, BPCL can give 10-15%: Mohindar  


and ICICI Bank, both these could put on a fairly good appreciation and even if one is a looking it from a medium term perspective.

RPL adds 2 cr shares in OI in January series  


pretty strong rollovers but one fact we notice is that the rollover cost for long rollovers wasnt inching up but today in largecap banks like ICICI Bank, SBI- the rollover cost has inched up and the next

Stocks to watch: Reliance, HPCL, BPCL  

26-12-2007| Source:CNBC-TV18

It was a rock solid session on Dalal Street. Strong buying interest in blue chip stocks powered the indices forward. Nifty closed 86 points higher at 6,071, while the Sensex shut shop at 20,193 up 338 points. Technical Analyst Rahul Mohindar from is positive on Reliance, HPCL, BPCL, and Hindalco.

Indian GDRs: VSNL gains 7%, MTNL up 4.3%


Indian GDRs: VSNL, MTNL, Reliance, Hindalco, Satyam, L&T, HDFC Bank, Ranbaxy, Wipro, ICICI Bank, ITC, SBI and Dr. Reddy's gained.

Buy bank stocks, says Sukhani  


Technical Analyst, Sudarshan Sukhani is of the view that in banking space one can buy State Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, HDFC and PNB.

NSE F&O turnover at about Rs 80,000 cr  


, Hindalco Industries and in banking stocks like ICICI Bank, SBI, HDFC Bank all have seen pretty strong rollover. Marketwide futures rollovers is about 42% and would increase once we get the bhav copy

RBI may not signal rate cut in Q1: ICICI Bank  

24-12-2007| Source:CNBC-TV18

Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Dr Samiran Chakrabarty, Chief Economist, ICICI Bank said that a rate cut depends on how successful RBI is with its liquidity management. If it is successful, then there might

ICICI Bank minting money


At 12:32 pm, ICICI Bank was quoting at Rs 1,203, up Rs 46, or 3.98%. It was trading with volumes of 91,232 shares. On Thursday the share closed down at Rs 1,157.

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