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Sensex Closes Weak On Dubai World Debt Fears


Indian stock markets remained weak owing to Dubai debt crisis worries on Friday.

Huge selling pressure was witnessed across funds as well as sectors including real estate, banking and metals.

Sensex lost more than 500 points during the opening trade in reaction to Dubai's debt postponement that hurt investor response throughout the world and recorded a steep fall later hitting a low of 16,210.44.

But, the stock index shed the majority of its losses and made recovery from day's low to lastly end the day on a feeble note.

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Markets Plummet On Dubai's Debt Concerns; Realty Stocks Hit Badly


Equity markets were trading weak, mirroring a similar fall in global markets, after Dubai World asked creditors if it can delay its debt obligations until May.

Heavy selling pressure was witnessed across realty, banking, metal and consumer durable stocks.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap index plunged 2.46 percent and 2.64 percent respectively.

Dubai had collected $80 billion of arrears by escalating in banking, realty and transportation. S&P had assigned the ratings of four Dubai-based banking institutions on negative viewpoint owing to their exposure to Dubai World.

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Buy SAIL With Stoploss Of Rs 194


Stock market analysts are of the view that investors can buy Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) stock to achieve an intraday target between Rs 199-202.

According to them, investors can buy the stock above Rs 197 with a strict stop loss of Rs 194.


Shares of the company, on Tuesday (Nov 24), closed at Rs 194.05 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 195 and a low of Rs 58.80 on BSE.

Current EPS & P/E ratio of the stock stood at 12.84 & 15.40.

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0.6% Rise Recorded by FTSE on Friday, Commodities and Banking Stocks Lead


Recording a 0.6% rise, UK's top share index, FTSE moved into a positive territory, on the back of unexpected hikes in stocks, commodities and banking in particular. By 9 am, the index had surged by 30.65 points, to stand at 5298.35, a substantial rise from the closing figures recorded on Thursday, which were 5267.70.

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Buy Pratibha Ind With Stoploss Of Rs 256


Stock market analysts have maintained 'buy' rating on Pratibha Industries Ltd with an intraday target of Rs 270.

According to them, interested traders can purchase the stock above Rs 265 with a strict stop loss of Rs 256.

If the stock markets remain on the positive path then the stock price will hit a target above Rs 280.

Shares of the company, on Friday (Nov 20), closed at Rs 262.30 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 263.40 and a low of Rs 47.40 on BSE.

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Singapore shares rise 2.08 per cent


Singapore - Singapore shares rose 2.08 per cent on Monday as stock markets around Asia posted gains.


The key Straits Times Index climbed 56.62 points to 2,783.85, with winners beating losers by 453 to 113. (dpa)

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Stocks mixed in morning session in Tokyo


Tokyo - Stocks on the Tokyo exchange were mixed Monday in early trading.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average edged up 12.38 points, or 0.13 per cent, to 9,782.69.

The broader Topix index fell 4.05 points, or 0.47 per cent, to 862.75. (dpa)

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Slight movement was seen on the currency market on Wednesday as the rupee hardly moved versus dollar on the currency market, dealers said. On the interbank market the rupee inched up with a gain of one paisa in relation to dollar for buying and selling at 83.70 and 83.74, dealers said.

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US stocks gain on Ford profits, positive economic news



New York - US stocks started the week stronger Monday amid a surge of positive economic news and surprising profits for carmaker Ford.


Ford Motor Co reported a net income of 997 million dollars in the third quarter, its first operating profit since the first three months of 2008.


Economic data on manufacturing, construction and housing all helped push stocks higher. US factory output grew at its fastest pace in three years, according to an index of the Institute for Supply Management.

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Corporate earnings, stronger yen push Tokyo stocks down


Tokyo - Stocks in Tokyo on Monday fell on disappointing earnings reports, a stronger yen and pessimistic evaluations of the global economy.


The Nikkei 225 Stock Average plummeted 231.79 points, or 2.3 per cent, to close at 9,802.95.


The broader-based Topix index was also down 14.13 points, or 1.58 per cent, at 880.54, ahead of the stock market's closure Wednesday for the Culture Day holiday.

On currency markets at noon (0300 GMT), the dollar traded at 89.96-97 yen, down from Friday's 5 pm quote of 91.09-12 yen.

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