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  • Assambrook tumbles on selling pressure

    5th July, 2005 10:44

    Assambrook is tumbling on the selling pressure. At 10:32 am, the share is quoting at Rs 42.50, down Rs 3.65, or 7.91%.

  • Ashok Leyland must cross Rs 26 for upmove

    5th July, 2005 10:41

    Technical analyst, Ashwini Gujral, is of the opinion that Ashok Leyland needs to cross Rs 26 to see further rise in it.

  • Guj farmers may be forced to replant crops

    5th July, 2005 10:32

    Farmers might be obliged to replant their cotton and groundnut crops in Gujarat. The floods in Gujarat has damaged freshly sown cotton and groundnut, of which, at

  • Keep a target of Rs 430 in Tata Power

    5th July, 2005 10:29

    Technical analyst, Ashwini Gujral, is of the opinion that Tata Power can go upto Rs 430 levels.

  • Block deal in Dabur India, stock up

    5th July, 2005 10:23

    Dabur India has touched a 52-week high of Rs 139.65. There is a block deal of 14 lakh shares in Dabur India on the BSE at Rs 134.40 per share.

  • VSNL should find support at Rs 250: Gujral

    5th July, 2005 10:17

    Technical analyst, Ashwini Gujral, is of the opinion that after breaking out from Rs 250 levels, it is important for VSNL to find a support here before going forwa

  • Sensex above 7300 in opening trade

    5th July, 2005 10:14

    The Sensex has crossed 7300 in the opening trade. Buying is seen in pharma, media, banking, and auto stocks. Beeyu Overseas has listed today on the BSE at Rs 18.90

  • Above Rs 35, Tata Teleservices can hit Rs 46

    5th July, 2005 09:58

    Technical analyst, Ashwini Gujral, is of the opinion that investors can target Rs 46 in Tata Teleservices if it crosses Rs 35.

  • Equity NAVs flare; Pharma lead the rally

    5th July, 2005 09:50

    Equity NAVs flared yesterday with pharma funds leading the pack of gainers, while several gilt and debt schemes posted negative returns.

  • Buy Mid Day Multimedia, TV Today: Gujral

    5th July, 2005 09:44

    Technical analyst, Ashwini Gujral, is of the opinion that media sector has just started moving up. He prefers Mid Day Multimedia and TV Today amongst the lot.

  • Property prices soar in Mumbai

    5th July, 2005 09:38

    The property market in Mumbai city has always been very expensive. But recently, two property deals have surprised the realtors in Mumbai, because of the extraordi

  • Crude rises to $59.15/bbl

    5th July, 2005 09:19

    Crude oil rose in New York amid speculations that US refiners may increase purchases, to meet higher gasoline demand during the summer holidays and stockpile heati

  • F&O cues: Nifty Futures discount at 7 points

    5th July, 2005 09:17

    F&O cues: Nifty Futures discount is at 7 points. Volumes average; about Rs 10,562 crore traded.

  • Gold likely to weaken further today: Mehta

    5th July, 2005 08:59

    Gold is likely to weaken further today to $423-427 per oz, says Mehta.

  • Asian markets trading weak

    5th July, 2005 08:45

    Asian markets are trading weak. Tokyo's Nikkei average is down 7.73 points as investors cashed in on some exporters and other recent winners.

  • Markets slip from higher levels: Pharma weak

    5th July, 2005 10:42

    The market has slipped from higher levels amid some selling in pharma, technology and oil stocks. Terrorists have entered the premises of Ram Janmabhoomi In Ayodhy

  • Media Video touches a 52-week high

    5th July, 2005 10:35

    Media Video has touched a 52-week high of Rs 33.10. It is trading with volumes of 6,35,270 shares.

  • TV Today Network in limelight

    5th July, 2005 10:30

    TV Today Network has gained 14.48% at Rs 115.80. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has bought 2.91% stake in TV Today.

  • Emergency trains to tackle AP bus strike

    5th July, 2005 10:25

    The Andhra Pradesh government has introduced emergency railway services to supplement the bus strike crippling the state. In Hyderabad, 33 additional MMTS services

  • Rico Auto moves higher

    5th July, 2005 10:17

    Rico Auto has surged up 6.56% at Rs 78 on sustained buying interest. It is trading with volumes of 16,872.

  • Pakistan may import sugar from India

    5th July, 2005 10:15

    Sugar imports from India may soon get a nod from Pakistan, as the country is about four lakh tonnes short of sugar with prices having shot up to 30 Pakistani Rupee

  • Modi hires satellite for topography study

    5th July, 2005 10:08

    Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi government will study the topography of Gujarat minutely to avoid future disastrous flooding in the state. For this, the G

  • Ayodhya attack: Emergency CCS meeting called

    5th July, 2005 09:52

    An emergency meeting has been called of the Cabinet Committee on Security and the Home Ministry is meeting top officials of the paramilitary forces.

  • India under pressure to sign Kyoto Protocol

    5th July, 2005 09:45

    The G-8 summit begins in London on Wednesday, and the G-8 leaders are expected to put more pressure on India and China, to curb greenhouse gas emissions, and sign

  • Stocks in news: TV Today, M&M, Amtek Auto

    5th July, 2005 09:39

    Stocks in news: TV Today, M&M, Amtek Auto, Siemens, Wimco, Jyoti Structures, Zodiac Clothing, NTPC, Beeyu Overseas.

  • Brokers bullish on Satyam, Infosys, Wipro

    5th July, 2005 09:27

    Brokerage houses are bullish on Satyam, Infosys, Adlabs Films, Hindalco, Rico Auto, SBI, Corporation Bank, Vijaya Bank.

  • Rupee likely to gain against the dollar

    5th July, 2005 09:19

    The rupee is likely to gain against the dollar today. The foreign funds are expected to keep investing dollar in the Indian market.

  • Market cues: FIIs net buy $72.30 mn on Fri

    5th July, 2005 09:08

    Market cues: FIIs net buy $72.30 million and MFs net sell Rs 117.94 crore on Friday.

  • Money calls: Guruprasad, Bhandari

    5th July, 2005 08:52

    We expect support from state-run banks at current levels. Today's Rs 10,000 crore auction is expected to sail through, says Guruprasad.

  • Equity calls: Baliga, Pujara, Sukhani

    5th July, 2005 08:42

    The trend remains positive and the rally is getting broadbased, as the midcaps are performing well now, says Pujara.

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