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  • ITC allowed to sell its Candyman eclairs

    16th May, 2005 20:40

    The Ahmedabad city civil and sessions court today issued an order allowing ITC to sell its candyman choco eclairs in the market.

  • No repeat of 300-point rally: Kothari

    16th May, 2005 16:53

    The strength in the front liners has taken the market by surprise, and the biggest buttress to the market has been Infosys, feels Mihir Kothari, market analyst. Au

  • F&O trims discount, volumes remain low

    16th May, 2005 16:37

    The F&O side continues to see low turnover, and the discount on Nifty futures has come down to around 9.6 levels. The top trades of the day were Infosys, Arvind Mi

  • When policies are not the Real McCoy

    16th May, 2005 16:30

    You've been paying your premiums as regularly as clockwork and at crunch time, you realise, the policy was a forgery. So to avoid this scenario, buy policies more

  • Stocks to watch: Bombay Dyeing, HCL, Satyam

    16th May, 2005 16:26

    Analyst discusses textile, tech and capital good stocks for tomorrow.

  • Nifty ends above 2000, Sensex breaches 6500

    16th May, 2005 16:14

    The markets strengthened today as the Sensex crossed the psychological 6500 mark and the Nifty rallied past 2000. Action was seen in several mid-cap and small-cap

  • Infosys can reach Rs 2330, says Gaba

    16th May, 2005 15:49

    Prakash Gaba is of the opinion that Infosys Technologies is a positive looking stock even for short term. It can touch the target of Rs 2330 which it had failed to

  • Nagarjuna Construction Q4 net at Rs 23.6cr

    16th May, 2005 15:17

    Nagarjuna Construction Q4 net profit is at Rs 23.6 crore, while its Q4 sales are at Rs 452.25 crore.

  • Invest in Saksoft after 1-2 quarters: Dutt

    16th May, 2005 15:04

    Sanjay Dutt feels that it is too early to comment of fundamentals and technicals of Saksoft. Investors must wait for one to two quarters before investing in it.

  • Buy Rolta at Rs 90 levels: Experts

    16th May, 2005 14:51

    Sanjay Dutt is of the opinion that fundamentally Saksoft looks good. Investors must buy it at declines at around Rs 96 levels.

  • 20-30% rise seen in EPS: Abhishek Industries

    16th May, 2005 14:26

    Rajinder Gupta of Abhishek Industries says that the company's EPS with the 15-month year ended in March 2005 is about Rs 2.19. He expects 20-30% rise in EPS in the

  • Investors should avoid Bayer Cropscience

    16th May, 2005 14:11

    Sandeep Shenoy feels that Bayer Cropscience is a volatile company. It's not meant for common investor.

  • Recast duties to lower oil impact: Left

    16th May, 2005 13:46

    Left parties today vehemently opposed any increase in petrol and diesel prices and instead asked the government to restructure duties. Petroleum Minister Mani Shan

  • Results out, Rallis India falls

    16th May, 2005 12:58

    Rallis India Q4 net sales is down 11.3% to Rs 97.50 crore. At 12:41 pm the share is quoting at Rs 266.95, down Rs 17.55, or 6.17%.

  • Tata Infotech touches a 52-week high

    16th May, 2005 12:39

    Tata Infotech has touched a 52-week high of Rs 608.50. At 12:27 pm the share is quoting at Rs 595.25, up Rs 33.40, or 5.94%.

  • Rupee ends low against the dollar

    16th May, 2005 18:20

    The rupee ended lower against the dollar on the U.S. currency's strength in overseas markets.

  • 100% growth seen ahead: Ashapura Minechem

    16th May, 2005 16:44

    Chetan Shah, MD, Ashapura Minechem expects 100% growth as compared to 2004 results with an EPS between Rs 45-50.

  • SBI Life Insurance grows 166% in FY05

    16th May, 2005 16:30

    SBI Life Insurance Company now covers more than 29 lakh lives.

  • KRBL margins to gain with Wal-Mart entry

    16th May, 2005 16:28

    KRBL expects to increase its domestic business if Wal-Mart makes its entry. The company already has a contract in the US market with the giant retailchain.

  • Asian markets close lower

    16th May, 2005 16:16

    Asian markets closed lower. Japan's Nikkei Average fell 0.9% to 10,947.22, for a six-day, 2.2% drop.

  • Teva hires DS Brar as consultant: Sources

    16th May, 2005 16:14

    Israel based Teva is learnt to have appointed ex-Ranbaxy CEO Davinder Singh Brar as its consultant for its Indian operations. Teva has been making news for an immi

  • Tata Motors looks positive, say experts

    16th May, 2005 15:23

    Sanjay Dutt feels that decline in input prices of steel and oil are in favour of Tata Motors. The company will deliver.

  • Equitymaster bullish on midcaps

    16th May, 2005 15:09

    There is a lot of scope for midcaps to become large caps, in fact, midcaps may be a bigger story than large caps, feels market analyst Sonam Udasi. Steel is a litt

  • Auctions to determine bond market trend

    16th May, 2005 14:58

    According to analysts the bond market is playing it auction by auction and there is not much of a burden on the market.

  • Only buyers in Universal Cables, stock up

    16th May, 2005 14:27

    Universal Cable has touched a 52-week high of Rs 59.80. At 2:17 pm the share is quoting at Rs 59.80, up Rs 9.95, or 19.96%.

  • Be wary of midcap stocks, says Oza

    16th May, 2005 14:23

    Nihar Oza feels that though he is positive on stocks from midcap sector. He maintains that at these levels investors must be wary of them.

  • Yuan appreciation in 6-9 mths: JM Morgan

    16th May, 2005 13:57

    JM Morgan Stanley Economist, Chetan Ahya feels that the Yuan appreciation will take another 6-9 months to come through.

  • Exit Alok Industries at Rs 69 levels: Expert

    16th May, 2005 13:10

    Anil Manghnani is of the view that since past six months, Alok Industries has been rangebound between Rs 60-69. Investors must exit at Rs 65-69 levels.

  • Only buyers in Carnation Nutra, stock up

    16th May, 2005 12:45

    Carnation Nutra Analogue Foods has touched a 52-week high of Rs 110.90. At 12:31 pm the share is quoting at Rs 110.90, up Rs 18.45, or 19.96%.

  • Kirloskar Pneumatic among gainers

    16th May, 2005 12:32

    Kirloskar Pneumatic Company has touched an intraday high of Rs 146 and an intraday low of Rs 134. At 12:23 pm the share is quoting at Rs 145, up Rs 10.30, or 7.65%

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