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Nifty hits fresh 52-wk high at 5181

Posted on: October 20th 2009 in Market News.

Nifty manged to closed at 5,114 ending 27 points lower. Sensex slipped 103 points closing at 17,223. Nifty made a 52-wk high of 5181, and a Intraday low of 5,102 on Tuesday. It finally ended at 5,144. Sensex on the other hand made a Intraday high of 17,457 and a low of 17,185. Markets op…

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BSE to launch interest rate futures in 8-10 weeks

Posted on: August 26th 2009 in Market News.

MUMBAI: The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today said it would launch interest rate futures in the next 8-10 weeks following Sebi approval received for the same. The capital market regulator yesterday approved the launching of BSE’s interest rate futures with immediate effect, a relea…

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IVRCL Infra bags order worth Rs 432cr; stk up

Posted on: June 16th 2009 in Stock News.

IVRCL Infrastructure and Projects touched an intraday high of Rs 331 and an intraday low of Rs 305. At 10:59 am, the share was quoting at Rs 328, up Rs 8.90, or 2.79%. The company has bagged order worth Rs 432 crore, reports CNBC-TV18. It was trading with volumes of 386,873 shares. Yest…

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Highest weekly gain for markets in 17 years

Posted on: May 23rd 2009 in Market News.

Stock indices rose, with the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index, or the Sensex, posting its highest weekly gain in 17 years.The Sensex closed at 13,887.15 points, up 150.61 points or 1.1 per cent. The S&P CNX Nifty gained 27.60 points, or 0.66 per cent, to close at 4238.50. Over th…

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Traders cover intraday shorts ahead of poll verdict

Posted on: May 14th 2009 in Market News.

MUMBAI: With the exit polls indicating that the Indian parliament could be headed for a weak coalition government, market players preferred to stay on the sidelines ahead of the final verdict on Saturday. According to the exit polls, the ruling Congress-led alliance and its rivals are fa…

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