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MOIL IPO Price Band Rs 340 – 375 a share

MOIL (Manganese Ore India Ltd) entering the capital market through its Initial Public Offering on November 26 has kept a price band of Rs 340 to 375 a share through Book Building route. The retail investors besides getting a 5% discount over the ultimate issue price can also apply upto Rs 2 lakh in the retail category.

Book Building:- The Online Way To Apply for Public Issues

Book Building has become a popular route for equity issue in India, with many companies now opting for that route. This method enables one to apply for public issues online. One of the greatest advantage of this method is the price discovery aspect. Both NSE and BSE offer facilites for Book Building.

Joy Alukkas Group For Public Issue / Joy Alukkas Group IPO

Kerala-based Joy Alukkas Group is planning to enter capital market with an IPO around April this year. The group plans to collect around Rs 600cr from the market through the issue of 1.8cr equity shares. The ipo is meant for expanding the sales network of the company.

Tata Steel Public Issue Opens Today

Tata Steel Ltd has opened its public issue today. The issue is done through the book building route.The closing date is 21/01/2011, Friday.

Tata Steel Public Issue to hit markets shortly

Tata Steel, the major steel producer in the private sector, is planning a public issue to finance the expansion project of its Jamshedpur plant. An announcement in this regard is expected shortly.

Stock Markets: The Most sought-after Investment avenue in India

Popularity of stock markets is on the rise in India with more and more people turning to the markets to invest their savings. Major bourses, NSE and BSE have reported upsurge in daily trading turnovers, reflecting this trend. Here I am attempting to give an overview of stock markets in India. A few popularly used market terminologies are also given.

PSU IPO MOIL opens on November 26

The MOIL from the Government of India stable is opening for public subscription on November 26, 2010 and closes on December 1, 2919. After the huge success of IPO of Coal India and FPO of Power Grid. MOIL is to be followed by Shipping Corporation of India Ltd FPO which is opening on November 30 2010 and closes on December 3, 2010. Retail investors had never had it so good.

Changes in Stamp duty affecting Your Stock Exchange Transactions

The Stamp Duty levied on trades executed through your Online Account or otherwise to all trades emanating from clients in Kerala has been revised, with effect from 02nd November, 2010, for Cash Segment and for Futures & Options Segment of Indian Stock Markets. The revised rates are as per the Stamp Duty charged in the state in which the client resides. Mentioned below the old and new rates for your reference

Online Commodity Broker: acquiring aid by a Stockbroker to gain ground in stock exchange

It's an effective estimate to use a stockbroker for an dynamic direction of your stocks or open-end investment company portfolio. It can be lively if you need an steady growth. It fired an inactive direction option oftentimes is accessible for long-run investment.

SENSEX down 227.76 points on Weak Overseas trend and Profit Booking

Following the global indices and profit taking at higher levels, saw the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex ending the day with 227.76 points down. The day saw volatility in the market and during the last one an half hours of trade the Sensex sank and closed at 20315.32 points.

SENSEX ON Upward March TODAY - BULL RUN Continues in BSE

BSE today recorded gain with the Upward March of Sensex at 135.37 points or 0.66 per cent increase over the close recorded on Tuesday. The market witnessed brisk trading on the back of Greenbacks buying in almost all the sectors. Hectic activity was seen across all the scrips and the SENSEX never looked back during the day.

BSE SENSEX Loses 68.02 Points amidst Volatile Trade Today

Amidst volatile Trading today, booking Profit at Higher levels. As against the net purchase today at both Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) and National Stock Exchange(NSE)combined at Rs. 671.12 crores,by Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs), theDomestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) made a net sale of Rs 802.95 crores on October 2010.

SENSEX CROSSES 20,000 AGAIN - 97 POINTS Higher In Volatile Trade Today

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Benchmark Index, Sensexmade a smart recovery today in the last hour trading based on the back of futures premium for October 2010. The Sensex closed for the day at the end of trade, at 20069.12, The index reached a high 20114.73 and a low of 19864. Data for FIIs and DIIs were not available for 30th September, 2010. Compared to yesterday's close the Sensex gained 112.78 points or 0.57% over the previous close.

Despite FIIs Net Buying BSE Sensex Witness Flat Trade Today

Both Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex and National Stock Exchange (NSE) witnessed dull trade today. This is despite the net buying by the Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) who made a net purchase of securities. This is the combined fkigure of both BSE and NSE. The sales were valued at 3339.38 crores against purchase of Rs 2766.25 crores, a net purchase value of Rs 573.13 crores.

Sensex at Intraday High up 222 points closes 72 points Up

Sensex or the benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange I(BSE) closed 72 points up from its previous close at 20045.18 points During the day the Sensex reached an intraday high of 2-,267.98 points. The fuelling of the Sensex is due to robust FII inflows with an appetite for Indian capital markets.

Sensex from 19000 to 20000 in 7 Trading sessions

The robust economic growth and the euphoria among the Foreign Institutional Investors coupled with inflows during the current year alone to the extent of nearly $16.5 billion all have fuelled the market with the market sentiment in the positive. If the present trend of the index going up from 19000 to 20000 in just seven trading sessions is any indication, the sensex should reach 21000 by Diwali this year

Closing rates at BSE Today Indian Bourses

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)opened today at 19476.93. After touching a high and low of 19636.66 and 19383.46, the Sensex closed at 19417.49 . This represented a loss of 84.62 points or 0.43% over previous close. The major gainers in A Group shares included DLF, HDFC, SBI, Maruti Suzuki and Larsen & Toubro. The major losers were Infosys, Reliance Communications, Bharti Airtel, Sterlite Industries and Jaiprakash Associates.

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex at new high 19487.02

In its onward march scaling new heights the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Benchmark index Sensex clocked a new high of 19487.02 points, an increase of 138.63 pointsover Monday's close. The market is keenly watching what RBI has to unfold on Thursday, the 16th September 2010 in its Policy Review. This is the straight 6th day rise in the sensex Today's gainers included among others, TCS, Infosys and Wipro.

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