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The search or survey action has unravelled the entire modus-operandi which has been adopted by the share-brokers and traders to trade into the illiquid stock options in equity derivative segment and thereby generate artificial losses or profit by executing reversal trades in a very short span of time.

The shock wave is not limited to such clients alone, but also to the lending community.

The number of transactions in the period under review was 56 per cent higher compared with the year-ago period.

The private sector bank said Sridharan would like to pursue other career opportunities.

The StockTech survey surveyed around 450 trading members across the country.

The stock was trading 8.89 per cent lower at Rs 6.66 apiece on the BSE.

Global brokerages are bullish on select blue chips and midcaps.

RBI kept interest rates unchanged at 5.15% and also maintained an accommodative stance.

Among the stocks that touched their 52-week lows were Thomas Cook India and Chennai Petroleum.

There is expectation of a 25 bps rate cut by the central bank to support growth.

Keerthi Industries, Shree Digvijay Cement and Star Cement were the top gainers.

Dhampur Sugar Mills, Avadh Sugar and Balrampur Chini Mills were among the top gainers.

The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.27 per cent up at 17,714.7.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices are down 4 per cent and 9 per cent, respectively.

SKCIL, Shiva Cement and Sanghi Industries were the top losers.

Piccadily Agro Industries, Simbhaoli Sugars and Ugar Sugar Works were the top losers.

The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.41 per cent down at 17,395.35.

Multiple financial institutions bought 5.12 crore shares collectively, the BSE data showed.

Among the stocks that touched their 52-week lows were​​ Allahabad Bank and Bharat Bijlee.

Andhra Cements, Udaipur Cement Works and Century Textiles were the top gainers.

Rana Sugars, Bajaj Hindusthan and Avadh Sugar were the top gainers.

The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.46 per cent down at 17,549.45.

The company had sold 4,06,930 units in the same month a year-ago. Domestic sales in November this year were at 2,07,775 units as against 2,34,818 units, showing a decline of 11.5 per cent, Bajaj Auto said in a filing to BSE. Total motorcycle sales stood at 3,43,446 units, a marginal decline of 0.8 per cent, as compared to 3,46,544 units sold in November last year.

Textile player Raymond on Monday said ownership of Raymond brand will remain with the demerged new lifestyle company. The company had earlier announced hiving off the consumer and lifestyle businesses into a separate entity.

Textile player Raymond on Monday said ownership of Raymond brand will remain with the demerged new lifestyle company. The company had earlier announced hiving off the consumer and lifestyle businesses into a separate entity.

Ashapura Minechem, Pokarna and Shirpur Gold Refinery were the top losers.

Among the stocks that touched their 52-week lows were Chennai Petroleum and Deccan Cements.

APCL, Shiva Cement and Keerthi Industries were the top gainers.

EID Parry, Dalmia Bharat Sugar & Industries and Uttam Sugar Mills were the top gainers.

The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.01 per cent up at 17,644.

BSE Sensex advanced 434.40 points or 1.07 per cent last week.

"I was expecting a GDP growth figure below 4.5 per cent. For me, it’s a slightly better number."

After the process, the effective date of listing of such papers at the exchange will be December 2.

Airtel stock ended 1.3% higher at Rs442.30 on the BSE Friday.

“Debt moratorium on DHFL till insolvency plea admitted,” ETNow reported.

NCL Industries, Shiva Cement and Andhra Cements were the top gainers.

Bannari Amman Sugars, Ugar Sugar Works and Rana Sugars were the top gainers.

Among the stocks that touched their 52-week lows were Chennai Petroleum and Dollar Industries.

The Nifty Private Bank index was trading 0.26 per cent down at 17,653.5.

The government approved the strategic disinvestment in BPCL last week, along with transfer of management control, but excluding the stake in Numaligarh Refinery, which will be carved out of BPCL before privatisation. Completion of the stake sale could help the government mobilise more than Rs 60,000 crore, or $8.4 billion, and narrow the fiscal deficit.

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