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News Round Up – India

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News Round Up



路聽 Wholesale price of food items rose 14.55% for the week ended November 7 from a year earlier due to dearer cereals, dairy items as well as mutton and eggs.

However, wholesale prices of fuel-related products dipped 1.51% in the week under consideration, compared to the corresponding period of the previous year.


Oil & Gas

Cairn India and its joint venture partners have decided to take up 4 dimensional (4D) seismic survey of Ravva field in the Krishna-Godavari Basin to further explore oil and gas reserves.

路 Liquefied gas importer, Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL), is keen to acquire up to 10 per cent stake in ONGC Petro-additions Ltd (OPaL), which is setting up a cracker complex in Gujarat.

OPaL is, a Rs 12,440-crore petrochemicals project, being set up by ONGC at Dahej in Gujarat.



The Adani group-promoted Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone (MPSEZ) is all set to develop a non-LNG port at Hazira.

Hazira Port, which is a joint venture of Shell Gas BV and Total Gaz Electricite Holdings France, issued a letter of intent to the Adani group for developing the port in the booming southern Gujarat industrial belt.


Capital Goods

路 State-run Bharat Heavy Electrical (BHEL) has set up a new transformer manufacturing facility at Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh.

This new facility would enable BHEL to produce an additional 12,000 MVA (mega volt ampere) of transformers per annum.

路 Pollution control equipment maker Thermax bagged an order worth Rs 477.77 crore from an Orissa-based company for construction of a captive power plant.



路 The Vijay Mallya-led Kingfisher Airlines led the chart of the loss-making carriers by reporting a massive Rs 1,602 crore in losses in 2008-09, followed by Jet Airways with a loss of Rs 1,032 crore.


Oil Drilling

Jindal Drilling & Industries has bagged an order worth Rs 635 crore from Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) for hiring a drilling unit for five years.



Tata Steel, the world’s sixth largest steel maker, is raising its annual iron ore production by 55 per cent to 17 million tonnes in India over the next two years.

The expansion is expected to cost about Rs 1,100 crore.


Information Technology

路聽 Satyam Computer Services (rebranded Mahindra Satyam) has received legal notices from 37 companies claiming a refund of $265 million (approximately Rs 1,230 crore), allegedly given as temporary advance.



Mahindra & Mahindra, India’s largest manufacturer of sports utility vehicles, is believed to be in advanced talks with the Tamil Nadu government for establishing an integrated auto facility in the state.



路聽 The Kalyani Group’s flagship company Bharat Forge is planning to make a big foray into the power sector with an investment of up to Rs 50,000 crore and a targeted generation capacity of up to 10,000 Mw, over the next 10 years.


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Nifty, Sensex at New Peak Ahead of Diwali :)

Nifty, Sensex at New Peak Ahead of Diwali

Nifty, Sensex at New Peak Ahead of Diwali

As China’s economy showed more signs of revival and weak dollar raises commodity stocks,聽 Global Stock Markets increased while the Sensex Index gained 204 points to close at 17,231.


However, on the NSE, the Nifty advanced 64 points to end at 5,118, its highest level since 16 May 2008 when it closed at 5,157.

Moreover, the BSE metal index increased 5.2%聽 while Sesa Goa rose nearly 14% and JSPL rose 8%.

Additionally, the BSE capital goods index was up 2.4% and the BSE auto index gained 2.3%.


In the Capital goods space, Punj Lloyd advanced 7.3%, Praj Industries rose 5.7% and Themax ended 4% higher.

Similarly, among the auto stocks, M&M, Bharat Forge and Exide Ind gained over 5% each.

In the Sensex pack, 25 stocks increased while 5 counters decreased.

M&M surged 6.1% to Rs 971 and Sterlite Ind, Hindalco and JP Associates were up over 5% each.


Moreover, RCom emerged as the top loser while the stock declined 6.5% to Rs 231 in the midst of reports that special auditor has pointed out that the company inflated revenues by
Rs 2,915 crore
in 2007-08 financial year.

Further, Bharti Airtel shed 3.2% while Reliance Infra fell 2.6% and previously, in Asia, China’s Shanghai index jumped 1.2% enhancing more by expectations for better corporate earnings for Q3.

On the other hand, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose 2% while Japan’s market was the region’s only major laggard with the Nikkei 225 stock average shedding 0.2% to 10,060.21 in the midst of a stronger yen.

In the meantime, the dollar resumed its slide, falling to a 14-month low against the euro pushing prices for commodities like oil and gold ever higher.