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Khandwala Securities LimitedResearch firm Khandwala Securities has recommended collected rating on Satyam Computer Services.

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Consolidated Results for quarter ended June 30, 2007

• Revenue was Rs 18, 302 million, YoY increase of 26.8% and a sequential increase of 2.9%.
• Net Profit after Tax was Rs 3,783 million, YoY growth of 6.9% and a sequential fall of 3.9%.
• EPS was Rs 5.7, a YoY increase of 4.4% and a sequential fall of 3.9%.

DLF Is Brilliant For Short Term Gains

DLF GroupDLF has declared the first quarter results and it records a net profit of Rs 1515.48 billion for the period ended June 30, 2007.

The company’s earning per share (EPS) stood at Rs 9.87, and its operating profit margin was at Rs. 56.4% in the first quarter of FY08.

Q1 Results Raise Market Expectations – Abhay Aima

Market Analyst Abhay AimaAccording to market analyst Abhay Aima that markets will take signals from Q1FY08 results.
Mr. Aima also said that existing interest rates would not restrain the growth.
The main determining factor for market actions in the near-term will be liquidity. Markets are not overvalued and not very cheap either.
Though, the rising rupee would not impact companies with sturdy fundamentals.

BSE Mid-Cap Index Arrives At New Crest

BSE SensexThe BSE Mid-Cap Index has made fresh all-time highs during this intermediate uptrend. It augmented 33.71 points, or 0.53%, to end at 6,417.90. It also hit a record high of 6435.32 during the day.
The components taking the BSE Mid-Cap Index to an upper rank include Entertainment Network, which increased 20% to Rs 506.60, Novartis India gained 14.42% to Rs 398.30, Honeywell Automation boosted 9.81% to Rs 2060, Lakshmi Energy benefited 9.19% and Titan Industries attained 8.78%. But all these stocks have less than 1% weightage each in the BSE Mid-Cap index.
With the second highest weightage of 1.4% in the BSE Mid-Cap index, GE shipping Company cast off 3.45% to Rs 335.90.

BSE Mid-Cap Index touching new levels

The BSE Mid-Cap Index climbed up 33.74 points, or 0.53%, to close the day at 6,373.76. It also touched its lifetime peak of 6,397.15 during the day.

IVRCL Infrastructure (up 1.71% to 367.75), Amtek Auto (up 1.57% to Rs 420.75) and Great Eastern Shipping Company (3.68% to Rs323.65) were the main components contributing to the index's heave.

IVRCL Infrastructure, Divi’s Lab (which was down), Amtek Auto and Great Eastern Shipping Company have weightages of 1.58%, 1.44%, 1.41% and 1.36% respectively, in the BSE Mid-Cap Index.

Rajasthan Spinning should soon cross 130 levels with their current growth plans: Sanjay Chabria

According to Investment Consultant Sanjay Chabria, one should wait for some more time to get a return of 40-50% from current levels in RSWM. The company has good business model, and once the value of this stock starts moving up, it will cross Rs 130 without any problem.

Chabria stated, “Rajasthan Spinning new name is RSWM. It is part of the LNJ Bhilwara Group, it’s the leading manufacturer of synthetic yarn and fabrics in the country. The company has a well-established fabric brand Mayur Suiting in the domestic market. The company is undergoing a capacity expansion plan under which it will be investing Rs 900 crore for all its capex plans till FY2009.”

Nifty June 2007 Futures At Marginal Cut-Rate

The Nifty June 2007 futures settled at 4242, a discount of 6.65 as against spot closing of 4248.65
In the past fe sessions, the overall proceeds on NSE’s F&O division has been gaining ground. Today, it came up to Rs 41,733.11 crore than Rs 37,415.18 crore on 19 June 2007.

The Nifty July 2007 futures settled at 4235.10, a discount of 13.55 as compared to spot closing of 4248.65
SBI June 2007 futures settled at a premium, at 1435, compared to the spot closing of Rs 1428.25.
Reliance Capital June 2007 futures settled at a premium, at 1112.90, compared to the spot closing of Rs 1111.




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