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  • Watch out for MFs mis-sold by 'advisors'

    8th June, 2005 18:13

    Don't fall for a know-it-all smooth talker, when investing in mutual funds. He may be mis-selling these products to you.

  • Ashok Leyland is a good story: Malkani

    8th June, 2005 17:54

    Jagdish Malkani, member, NSE, is of the view that Ashok Leyland is a good story. At the moment it has run up a little too fast, he says.

  • NTPC, a must in portfolio: Malkani

    8th June, 2005 17:36

    Jagdish Malkani, member, NSE is of the opinion that NTPC has got good prospects. It is a must in every portfolio.

  • Rupee and bonds end with gains

    8th June, 2005 17:05

    Rupee strengthened on long dollar liquidation by banks towards the end of the session. Bonds gained amid intermittent profit sales.

  • Ballarpur Ind to hit Rs 140-145: Pujara

    8th June, 2005 16:57

    Kashyap Pujara, Sushil Finance, is positive on Ballarpur Industries and expects it to touch Rs 140-145.

  • Escorts can gain above Rs 100 in futures

    8th June, 2005 16:47

    Kashyap Pujara, Sushil Finance, is of the view that Escorts can gain and trade above Rs 100 in futures. Investors should remain invested, he says.

  • Buy Titan above Rs 311, says Pujara

    8th June, 2005 16:41

    Kashyap Pujara, Sushil Finance, is of the view that investors can buy Titan Industries as long as it remains above Rs 311.

  • REL, IPCL, RIL attractive buys: Malkani

    8th June, 2005 16:30

    People are very enthused about today's market rally and according to Jagdish Malkani, excluding Reliance Capital, Reliance Energy followed by IPCL, followed by Rel

  • Support at 2100 level on Nifty: Kanchan

    8th June, 2005 16:14

    Vijay Kanchan of Prabhudas Lilladher, feels that for the near term 2100 could be a support level for the Nifty.

  • Union Bank to give profit in 1-2 yrs: Shenoy

    8th June, 2005 15:59

    Sandeep Shenoy, Pioneer Intermediaries, is of the view that Union Bank of India will definitely give profits if held one-two years.

  • Sell Bombay Dyeing at Rs 340: Maloo

    8th June, 2005 15:57

    Hormuz Maloo, Geojit Financial Services, is of the opinion that investors must exit Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing, once it reaches Rs 340.

  • Bet on RIL, banks & tech: BNP Paribas

    8th June, 2005 15:47

    K Ramchandran, Head Advisory, BNP Paribas says that, the markets are unexpectedly firm. He is bullish on banking and technology stocks.

  • Book profits at Rs 575 in Sun Pharma

    8th June, 2005 15:36

    Hormuz Maloo, Geojit Financial Services, is of the opinion that investors must book profits in Sun Pharmaceuticals at its resistance levels of Rs 575.

  • Phoenix Lamps plans 15-20% growth

    8th June, 2005 15:31

    Phoenix Lamps is aiming at a growth target of 15-20% this year. The company is also looking forward to cross a topline of Rs 500 crore by 2008, says HR Gupta, Mana

  • Glenmark Pharma may trip before an upmove

    8th June, 2005 15:26

    Hormuz Maloo, Geojit Financial Services, feels that Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has started moving up from its botom of Rs 218. It will see a fall in short term but w

  • SRF will continue its upward trajectory

    8th June, 2005 18:04

    Jagdish Malkani, member of NSE, is feels that SRF will continue its upward trajectory after a probable profit booking.

  • Buy SRF at dips with stoploss of Rs 140-141

    8th June, 2005 17:39

    Kashyap Pujara, Sushil Finance, is of the opinion that, investors must buy SRF at lows keeping a stoploss of Rs 140-141.

  • ICICI will see a breakout above Rs 412

    8th June, 2005 17:10

    Kashyap Pujara, Sushil Finance, feels that ICICI Bank will move up if it sustains Rs 412.

  • GIC Housing Finance Q4 net at Rs 5.76cr

    8th June, 2005 17:04

    GIC Housing Finance announced its results. The company’s Q4 net profit is at Rs 5.76 crore as against Rs 5.06 crore.

  • SKF AG to make India its export hub

    8th June, 2005 16:49

    The world's largest industrial and automotive bearing manufacturer, SKF AG is making India its export hub. The group is also looking at acquisitions as a way to gr

  • Volumes higher in the F&O segment

    8th June, 2005 16:43

    Volumes are higher on the F&O side with the turnover at Rs 10991 crore(109.91 billion).

  • Infosys overtakes TCS in market cap

    8th June, 2005 16:38

    Infosys has overtaken TCS in terms of market cap. At BSE closing prices today, Infosys market cap was at Rs 62,175 crore. TCS had a market cap of Rs 61,969 crore.

  • Sensex ends above 6850: Tech & banks rally

    8th June, 2005 16:25

    The market rallied and the Sensex is quoting near its 3-month high. The Sensex closed above 6850 and Nifty above 2100. Technology and banking stocks lead the rally

  • Stocks to watch: Reliance, Wipro, Hikal

    8th June, 2005 16:09

    Technical analyst, Ashwani Gujral is bullish on Reliance, Reliance Energy, Hikal, Lever and tech stocks like Wipro, Infosys and Satyam.

  • Asian markets rally: Nikkei up 0.57%

    8th June, 2005 15:58

    Asian markets closed higher. Japan's Nikkei average climbed today as recently battered technology shares attracted buyers.

  • Exit Tata Tele at Rs 37, says Maloo

    8th June, 2005 15:47

    Hormuz Maloo, Geojit Financial Services, is of the opinion that Tata TeleServices is likely to touch Rs 37.50, a level where the investors must exit it.

  • Prepay or Invest?

    8th June, 2005 15:36

    If you are faced with a windfall gain, what would you do? Prepay a loan, invest the money or else, just blow it away? The last option will not win you any praise.

  • Neyveli Lignite Q4FY05 net up 9%

    8th June, 2005 15:33

    Neyveli Lignite has announced its results. The company's Q4FY05 net profit is up 9% at Rs 500.57 crore as against Rs 459.32 crore.

  • Birla MF picks auto, metals; sells oil & gas

    8th June, 2005 15:27

    Birla MF bought auto and metal stocks in May. Ashok Leyland, Sail, and Cummins were the top buys, while Bongaigaon Refineries, Abbott India, and Kochi Refineries w

  • Novartis a long term play, says Maloo

    8th June, 2005 15:13

    Hormuz Maloo is of the opinion that Novartis is a long term stock. Investors must hold it.

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