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May 20, 2011
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RIL shares rise 0.7 pct

Shares in RIL, India’s top listed firm, gained 0.7 percent in trade on Friday to close at 921.4 rupees.

The stock has been stuggling in 2011, mainly on concerns over decline in gas output from its blocks off India’s east coast.

May 19, 2011
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L&T shares soar after results

Shares of L&T surged and closed 6 percent higher on Thursday after the firm reported a good set of quarterly numbers.

Gains in the stock also helped the BSE Capital Goods index post gains of 2.82 percent.

May 18, 2011
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BSE Auto index falls 1 pct

Auto stocks struggled in trade on Wednesday, with stocks like Tata Motors falling more than 3 percent.

Shares of automobile companies are struggling on worries that high fuel prices may slow down demand for vehicles in India, the world’s
second-fastest growing auto market. 

May 17, 2011
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SBI shares fall sharply after results

Shares in India’s largest lender SBI fell 7.7 percent to  2413.6 rupees and ended as the top loser in BSE Banking index and Sensex.

Shares fell after the bank posted an unexpected plunge in net profit for Q4, slammed by higher provisions, operating costs and taxes.

May 16, 2011
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BSE Oil & Gas index ends down

The BSE Oil & Gas index slipped 1 percent in trade on Monday, with stocks like ONGC falling 2.3 percent. ONGC ended as the top loser in the index.

Shares of oil marketing firms like BPCL, HPCL and IOC ended in the green. Shares of these firms were in the green in early trade, but ended the day in red.

May 5, 2011
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Realty stocks struggle in trade

The BSE Realty index fell nearly 3 percent on Thursday as the overall market remained weak and the benchmark ended down for the 9th consecutive session.

Anant Raj Industries was the top loser in the index, dropping more than 4 percent. Unitech slipped 3.4 percent in trade. Phoenix Mills shares gained nearly 1 percent to end as the top gainer in the index.

Apr 4, 2011
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BSE IT index gains more than 2 pct

The BSE IT index rose more than 2 percent on Monday with stocks such as HCL Tech and Financial Tech gaining more than 3 percent.

Infosys, one of India’s leading IT firms, posted gains of 2 percent on improved demand for outsourcing in its key US market after strong economic data.

Apr 4, 2011

Diversified equity funds underperform on higher cash

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Diversified stock funds lagged the benchmark Sensex in March due to higher allocation to cash and exposure to mid- and small-sized companies.

Such funds posted an average return of 7.67 percent in the month, lower than the 9.1 percent gains the Sensex registered, data from global fund tracker Lipper, a Thomson Reuters company showed.

Apr 4, 2011

Diversified funds underperform on higher cash; bank funds shine

NEW DELHI, April 4 (Reuters) – Diversified Indian stock
funds lagged the benchmark Sensex in March due to
higher allocation to cash and exposure to mid- and small-sized
companies.

Such funds posted an average return of 7.67 percent in the
month, lower than the 9.1 percent gains the Sensex registered,
data from global fund tracker Lipper, a Thomson Reuters company
showed.

Apr 1, 2011
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Banking stocks struggle in trade

The BSE Banking index fell 0.8 percent on Friday, as the BSE Sensex ended its positive run of eight sessions to end marginally lower.

PNB was the top loser in the index, closing down 3.3 percent. Bank of Baroda ended down 1.7 percent. ICICI Bank, India’s No. 1 private lender, ended down nearly 1 percent.

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