TCS, Larsen and Tourbo, Axis Bank, PFC, Strategy, NBFCs
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
18/1/2011 531678 Anand Credit ZAINAB MAZHER LAILA B 45000 7.97
18/1/2011 531678 Anand Credit FATEMA MAZHER LAILA B 45000 7.97
18/1/2011 531678 Anand Credit AREFA MAZHER LAILA B 45000 7.97
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
18-JAN-2011,AGRE,Agre Developers Ltd,BP FINTRADE PRIVATE LIMITED,BUY,65975,48.29,-
18-JAN-2011,AGRE,Agre Developers Ltd,MULTIPLIER S AND S ADV PVT LTD,BUY,115676,48.00,-
18-JAN-2011,AGRE,Agre Developers Ltd,SANGHAI COMMERCIAL AND CREDITS PVT LTD,BUY,150020,48.91,-
The Sensex and the Nifty closed above their important levels of 19000 and 5700 respectively led by upmove in IT, metal shares
GAIL Q3 net profit rises by 13% yoy
Bajaj Finserv Q3 net profit rises 175% yoy
Indiabulls Real Estate Q3 cons net surges 28-fold
The Indian markets are likely to resume the trade in the green tracking positive Asian cues. Gail, Petronet, Cadila Healthcare, etc will declare quarterly results
Headlines for the day:
Govt may delay SAIL FPO to change bankers
LIC halts negotiated stock deals for greater transparency
RBI `desperate' to rein in inflation surge
Truly successful decision making relies on a balance between deliberate and instinctive thinking. - Malcolm Gladwell.
After several days of downward spiral, the key Indian indices finally managed to close positive. The broader market continued to be under pressure though. Even for the frontline indices, it was a bit of a struggle. So, one isn’t sure to what extent we are out of the woods. The intermediate trend might still remain down or at best rangebound in the near term. It will take a few positive days with better volumes to move northwards confidently. The past couple of weeks has been particularly stormy for the Indian market in the face of a string of negative events.
Mahindra Group has announced its new brand position, "Rise", to project a single umbrella for all its segments. (BL)
Jindal Power, a unit of Jindal Steel & Power, plans to mop up Rs70bn via IPO in March-April. (BL)
JSW Steel plans to infuse Rs38bn in Ispat Industries over the next two to three years. (BS)
Finally, there is some relief for the Indian market after a two-week drubbing. Although there wasn't any big rally, at least the main indices managed to eke out modest gains at the end of an extremely choppy and lackluster session. But, the broader indices had no such luck, as they extended last week's losses.
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• SMS to be sent : PORT
• Eg. SMS PORT 98XXXXXXXX to 1900
2. After sending SMS to 1900, you will receive UPC (Unique Porting Code) as a SMS from 1901 giving 8 digit alpha-numeric Unique Porting Code (UPC) and UPC expiry date in MM/DD/YYYY format
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4. Fill Mobile Number Porting (MNP) form providing details like
• Current Mobile Number
• Current Operator name
• UPC code
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