Market Updates

10/02/2010

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Stock and Commodities Exchanges Updates

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Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Update

Forex Rates Update

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MARKET NEWS

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The domestic stock market on Friday rebounded, after sinking as much as 2%, as the central bank raised the cash reserve ratio (CRR) by 75 basis points, more than what economists expected.

Still, one stock fell for each that gained.

The Sensex, which opened at 16,253.82 points, shut shop at 16,357.96 points, up 51.09 points, or 0.31% from its previous close at 16,306.87 points.

It had earlier fallen over 325 points or nearly 2% to 15,982.08 points below its previous close.

At the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the broader 50-share S&P CNX Nifty closed at 4,882.05 points against the previous close at 4,867.25 points β€” a gain of 0.3%.

The BSE 200 Index gained 0.6% to 2,066.90.

The broader market also witnessed a change in sentiments with buying resulting in the BSE Mid-Cap index closing 1.01% up and the BSE Small-Cap index ending 1.2% higher.

Banking stocks, realty and consumer goods scrips saw buying interest, while FMCG, metal and telecom stocks came under selling pressure.

ICICI Bank, the country’s second-biggest lender, rose the most in three months.

Hindustan Unilever, the biggest household products maker, fell the most in three months.

The market breadth was positive with 1,471 stocks advancing against 1,354 scrips declining and 62 remaining unchanged.

Among gainers on the Sensex were

ICICI Bank, up 5.29% at Rs 830.40;


BHEL, up 3.1% at Rs 2,406.45;


SBI, up 2.37% at Rs 2,058; and


DLF, up 2.54% at Rs 332.80.

Top losers included

Hindustan Unilever, down 4.44% at Rs 244.10;

Wipro, down 3.8% at Rs 647.40;

Tata Motors, down 2.92% at Rs 694.35; and

Tata Steel, down 2.83% at Rs 569.

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Forex Rates Update

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POST MARKET SESSION

21/12/2009

The BSE Sensex ended below 16,750 level and NSE Nifty closed below 5,000 mark.

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Market opened on flat note tracking mixed cues from the other Asian counterparts.

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Meanwhile, Indian stocks turned volatile and lost ground, as selling pressure emerged in key stocks.

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Market tried to recover further during mid session as buying intensified among the index heavyweights.

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Going ahead, benchmark indices slipped once again and extended losses till end.

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From the sectoral front, Capital Goods, Metal, Auto, Realty, Pharma and Power stocks contributed to most of the under selling pressure.

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However, Consumer Durable stocks remained in limelight as most of the buying was witnessed in this basket.

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Among the Sensex pack 23 stocks ended in red territory and 7 in green.

The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market remained negative as 1544 stocks closed in red while 1270 stocks closed in green and 80 stocks remained unchanged in BSE.

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The BSE Sensex closed lower by 118.63 points or (0.71%) at 16,719.83 and NSE Nifty down by 35.10 points or (0.70%) at 4,952.60.

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BSE Midcap and Smallcap closed with losses of 29.68 and 11.48 points and 6,440.90 and 7,874.24 respectively.

The BSE Sensex touched intraday high of 16,750.99 and intraday low of 16,557.78.

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Losers from the BSE Sensex pack are

Hindalco (4.02%), M&M Ltd (3.20%), JP Associates (2.55%), L&T Ltd (2.38%), Bharti Airtel (2.21%), DLF Ltd (2.15%), Sterlite Industries (1.95%), RCom (1.69%), Maruti Suzuki (1.55%), Tata Steel (1.36%), BHEL (1.35%), ITC Ltd (1.21%), ACC Ltd (0.91%) and Tata Motors (0.88%).

Gainers from the BSE Sensex pack are

TCS Ltd (0.74%), Reliance Industries (0.70%), Wipro (0.59%) and NTPC (0.53%).

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18/12/2009

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Update

Forex Rates Update

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02/12/2009

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Update

Forex Rates Update

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27/11/2009

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Update

Forex Rates Update

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26/11/2009

Equity Update

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Update

Forex Rates Update

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25/11/2009

Index Update

Bullion Update

Forex Rates Update

The Indian market managed to close on positive zone after paring some of gains due to intensified selling pressure in key indices.

After smart rise during the mid session, stocks came off the day’s high on selective profit taking across the counters.

Investors were cautious ahead of the expiry of the F&O November series on Thursday.

Benchmark indices pared gains despite positive closing of Asian markets and firm trading in European stocks.

In addition, market also ignored higher US index futures.


The BSE Sensex ended around 17,200 level and NSE Nifty closed above 5,100 mark.

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Among the Sensex pack 17 stocks ended in green territory and 13 in red.

The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market remained negative as 1486 stocks closed in red while 1290 stocks closed in green and 73 stocks remained unchanged in BSE.

The BSE Sensex closed higher by 67.87 points or (0.40%) at 17,198.95 and NSE Nifty ended marginally up by 17.60 points or (0.35%) at 5,108.15.

BSE Mid Caps and Small Caps closed with losses of 7.48 and 12.44 points at 6,493.16 and 7,605.26 respectively.

The BSE Sensex touched intraday high of 17,290.48 and intraday low of 17,124.15.

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Gainers from the BSE Sensex pack are Herohonda Motors (2.24%), ITC (1.93%), HUL (1.75%), HDFC Bank (1.46%), Maruti Suzuki (1.34%), ACC (1.29%), BHEL (0.96%), Tata Steel (0.86%), Ieliance Industries (0.81%) and SBI (0.79%).

Losers from the BSE Sensex pack are DLF Ltd (2.91%), RCom (1.44%), JP Associates (1.16%), Tata Motors (0.90%), Reliance Infra (0.78%), M&M Ltd (0.73%) and ICICI Bank (0.68%).

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24/11/2009

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Rates Update

Forex Rates Update

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19/11/2009

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Rates Update

Forex Rates Update

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17/11/2009

Equity Update

Commodity Update

Index Update

Bullion Rates Update

Forex Rates Update

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16/11/2009

Leading indicator

international market

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14/11/2009

Index Update

Index Update

Bullion Rates

bullion update

Forex Rates

forex rates

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13/11/2009

Equity Update

Equity Update

Commodity Update

commodity update

Index Update

Index Update

Bullion Rates Update

bullion update

Forex Rates Update

forex rates

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12/11/2009

Equity Update

Equity Update

Commodity Update

commodity update

Index Update

Index Update

Bullion Rates Update

bullion update

Forex Rates

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7/11/2009

Equity Update

Equity update

Commodity Update

Commodities update (1)

Index Update

index update (2)

Bullion Rates

bullion update

Forex Rates

Forex Rates (3)

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5/11/2009

index update

Bullion Rates (2)

Forex Rates (2)

Market Outlook

The market is likely to open on a negative note.

The Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) will today unveil inflation data for the year through 24 October 2009.

Asian stocks fell, led by consumer companies and banks, as South

Korea said it’s β€œunclear” whether the economic rebound will be sustained and New Zealand’s unemployment rate rose to a nine-year high.

U.S. stocks rallied but lost steam on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would keep rates near zero for “an extended period” even as it expressed confidence in the economic recovery.

According to provisional data on NSE, foreign funds bought worth a net Rs. 234.31 crore on 4th November 09.

Domestic funds bought shares worth a net Rs. 557.19 crore on that day.

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4/11/2009

Index Update

Index Update

Bullion Update

bullion rates

Forex Update

forex rates

MARKET OUTLOOK

The market may open higher tracking gains in Asian markets.

Asian stocks rose for the first time in three days, led by banks and mining companies, as Korea Exchange Bank reported better-than-estimated profit and gold prices climbed to a

record.

In US, The S&P 500 helped sentiment, but the Dow edged lower on caution before a Federal Reserve statement on interest rates and the economy.

U.S. factory orders rose a stronger-than-expected 0.9 percent in September, and inventories continued to shrink, bolstering prospects for a sustained economic recovery.

According to provisional data on NSE, foreign funds sold worth a net Rs. 874.26 crore on 3rd November 09

Domestic funds bought shares worth a net Rs. 751.95 crore on that day.

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Index Update

Bullion and Forex rates

MARKET OUTLOOK

The market is likley to open on a negative note taking cues from globalΒ markets.

Most Asian stocks gained after Ford Motor Co. reported an unexpectedΒ profit, a gauge of U.S. manufacturing topped analyst projections and gold pricesΒ rose.

U.S. stocks rose on Monday after another round of solid economic reports,but pulled off session highs after a Fed official’s warning about banks’ loan losses.

According to provisional data on NSE, foreign funds bought worth a net Rs.Β 576.05 crore on 30th October 09

Domestic funds bought shares worth a net Rs. 592.93 crore on that day.

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Equity Performance

equity market update

Commodity Update

Commodities Update

Index Update

index update

Bullion Update

bullion rates

Forex Rates

forex rates

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Equity Update

equity market update

Equity Performance

Equity Performance

Commodities Update

Commodities Update

index update

bullion update

forex rates

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Equity Performance

Commodities Update


IndexΒ  Update as on 22/10/09


Bullion as on 22/10/09

Forex Rates as on 23/10/09

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Equity Performance

Commodities Update

Equity Performance

Commodities Update


Index Update as on 21/10/09

Index  Update as on 21/10/09

Bullion as on 21/10/09

bullion rates

Forex Rates as on 22/10/09

Forex Rates as on 22/10/09

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Equity Performance

Equity Performance

Commodities Update

Commodities Update

Index Update as on 20/10/09

Index  Update as on 20/10/09

Bullion as on 20/10/09

bullion rates

Forex Rates as on 21/10/09

 Forex Rates as on 21/10/09

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Index Update as on 19/10/09

Index  Update as on 19/10/09

Bullion as on 19/10/09

 Bullion as on 19/10/09

Forex Rates as on 20/10/09

 Forex Rates as on 20/10/09

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Equity Performance as on 14th Oct. 2009

Equity Performance as on 14th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 14th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 14th Oct. 2009

Index Update as on 14/10/09

Index  Update as on 14/10/09

Bullion as on 14/10/09

Bullion as on 14/10/09


Forex Rates as on 15/10/09

 Forex Rates as on 15/10/09

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Equity Performance as on 13th Oct. 2009

Equity Performance as on 13th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 13th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update

Index Update as on 13/10/09

Index  Update as on 13/10/09

Bullion as on 13/10/09

Bullion as on 13/10/09

Forex Rates as on 14/10/09

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Market Update for 13/10/2009

Post market Session !

Indian market surged during the session to close sharply higher due to better than expected IIP data.

India’s industrial output for August rose 10.4% as against 1.7% year-on-year.

Also the rally in the European markets along higher US index futures contributed to the upward movement of benchmark indices.

Further, stocks raised also on Anil Ambani”s decision to sort out all disagreements with Mukesh cordially.

On the other hand, strong response to the Indiabulls Power IPO fully subscribed within half an hour of opening of the issue today, 12th October 2009, also boosted the sentiments of the investors.

BSE Sensex ended above 17,000 level and NSE Nifty closed around 5,050 level.

Index Update as on 13/10/09

index update

Bullion as on 13/10/09

bullion rates

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Market Update for 12/10/2009

Post market Session !

Indian market surged during the session to close sharply higher due to better than expected IIP data.

India”s industrial output for August rose 10.4% as against 1.7% year-on-year.

Also the rally in the European markets along higher US index futures contributed to the upward movement of benchmark indices.

Further, stocks raised also on Anil Ambani”s decision to sort out all disagreements with Mukesh cordially.

On the other hand, strong response to the Indiabulls Power IPO fully subscribed within half an hour of opening of the issue today, 12th October 2009, also boosted the sentiments of the investors.

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BSE Sensex ended above 17,000 level and NSE Nifty closed around 5,050 level.

Among the Sensex pack 27 stocks ended in green territory and 3 in red territory.

The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market remained positive as 1627 stocks closed in green while 1108 stocks closed in red and 94 stocks remained unchanged in BSE.

The BSE Sensex closed higher by 384.01 points or (2.31%) at 17,026.67 and NSE Nifty ended up by 109.05 points or (2.21%) at 5,054.25.

BSE Mid Caps and Small Caps closed with gains 77.08 and 77.55 points at 6,378.46 and 7,449.34 respectively.

The BSE Sensex touched intraday high of 17,068.78 and intraday low of 16,678.32.

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Equity Performance as on 8th Oct. 2009

Equity Performance as on 8th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 8th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 8th Oct. 2009

Index Update as on 08/10/09

Index  Update as on 08/10/09

Bullion as on 08/10/09

 Bullion as on 08/10/09

Forex Rates as on 09/10/09

    Forex Rates as on 09/10/09

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Equity Performance as on 7th Oct. 2009

Equity Performance as on 7th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 7th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 7th Oct. 2009

Index Update as on 07/10/09

Index  Update as on 07/10/09

Bullion as on 07/10/09

bullion rates

Forex Rates as on 08/10/09

forex rates

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Equity Performance as on 6th Oct. 2009

Equity Performance as on 6th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 6th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update

Index Update as on 06/10/09

index update

BUllion Update as on 06/10/09

bullion rates

Forex Rates as on 07/10/09

forex rates

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Equity Performance as on 5th Oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 5th Oct. 2009


Index Update as on 05/10/09

BUllion Update as on 05/10/09


Forex Rates as on 05/10/09

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Equity Performance as on 2nd oct. 2009

Commodities Update as on 2nd Sept. 2009

Index Update as on 03/10/09


Bullion as on 03/10/09


Forex Rates as on 03/10/09


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Index Update as on 01/10/09

Bullion as on 01/10/09

Forex Rates as on 02/10/09

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Equity Performance as on 24th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 24th Sept. 2009

Index Update as on 24/09/09

Bullion as on 24/09/09

Forex Rates as on 25/09/09

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Equity Performance as on 23rd Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 23rd Sept. 2009

Index Update

Bullion Rates

Forex Rates

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Equity Performance as on 22nd Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 22nd Sept. 2009

Index UpDate


Bullion Rates

FoReX Rates

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Equity Performance as on 18th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 18th Sept. 2009

Index Update as on 21/09/09


Bullion as on 21/09/09

Forex Rates as on 22/09/09

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19th September,2009

WEEKLY MARKET OUTLOOK

Trend of world markets is up.

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The weakness in dollar index has given a boost to all commodities which in turn are keeping the stock markets also up.

Nifty takes support between 4750-4640 and Sensex between 16000-15500 levels.

The old saying goes “Trend is your friend” which shows from the levels our Nifty and Sensex came in buy and one who bought Nifty at 3109 and Sensex at 10048 is still holding on.

That time even we also could not think the markets would reach these levels but the investor who only follows the markets is able to take full advantage of the big trend.

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indian indices

sectorial indices

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Equity Performance as on 17th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 16th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 16th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 15th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 15th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 14th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 14th Sept. 2009


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Equity Performance as on 11th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 11th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 10th Sept. 2009


Commodities Update as on 10th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 9th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 8th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 8th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 7th Sept. 2009


Commodities Update as on 7th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 4th Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 4th Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 3rd Sept. 2009

Commodities Update as on 3rd Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 1st Sept. 2009


Commodities Update as on 1st Sept. 2009

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Equity Performance as on 31st August 2009

Commodities Update as on 31st August 2009

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Equity Performance as on 28th August 2009


Commodities Update as on 28thAugust 2009

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Equity Performance as on 25th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 25th August 2009


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Equity Performance as on 24th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 24th August 2009

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Equity Performance as on 21st August 2009

Commodities Update as on 21st August 2009


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Equity Performance as on 20th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 20th August 2009

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Equity Performance as on 19th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 19th August 2009


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Equity Performance as on 17th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 17th August 2009

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Equity Performance as on 14th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 14th August 2009

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Equity Performance as on 10th August 2009


Commodities Update as on 10th August 2009




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Equity Performance as on 7th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 7th August 2009


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Equity Performance as on 6th August 2009

Commodities Update as on 6th August 2009


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Equity Performance as on 5th Aug 2009

Commodities Update as on 5th Aug 2009

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Equity Performance as on 4th Aug 2009

Commodities Update as on 4th Aug 2009


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Equity Performance as on 3rd Aug 2009

Commodities Update as on 3rd Aug 2009

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Commodities Markets Update
Commodities Closing %Change
Crude Oil 70.93 -1.4
Gold 951.9 0.07
Silver 14.66 0.21
Copper 278.15 1.24
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