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MARKET EYE-India's NHPC jumps; hydro power in focus after coal ruling

* India's NHPC shares jump 6 percent. * Traders say the focus could shift to hydro power as an alternative to coal in electricity generation. * NHPC is the top gainer in BSE large-cap stocks called "A group" and NSE equity derivatives. * Volumes at 1.4 times of the five-day average. * India's top court on Monday declared coal block allocations made since 1993 illegal. (abhishek.vishnoi@thomsonreuters.com / abhishek.vishnoi.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)

MARKET EYE -India's BSE hits record high; heads for 4th monthly gain

* BSE index gains as much as 0.43 percent to hit a record high of 26,674.38. * Level surpasses previous record high hit on Monday. * NSE index gains 0.36 percent, near record high. * The BSE is up 2.95 percent for August, while NSE is up 3.1 percent so far. * Head towards their fourth consecutive monthly gains. * Positive global stocks and continued foreign buying help ahead of derivatives expiry at the end of the session. * FIIs bought shares worth 2.90 billion rupees ($48 million) on Wednesd

10:24am IST

MARKET EYE-India's railway stocks jump on FDI notification

* Indian railway stocks rally after the government notifies FDI rules for the sector. * India's cabinet had approved 100 percent FDI in railways earlier this month. * Texmaco Rail and Engineering Ltd shares rise 10.6 percent. * BEML Ltd and Titagarh Wagons Ltd surge by their daily limits of 5 percent. (indulal.p@thomsonreuters.com/indulal.p.thomsonreuters.com@reut ers.net)

9:58am IST

MARKET EYE -India's SKS Microfinance surges; MStanley starts at 'overweight'

* SKS Microfinance Ltd shares up 3 percent at 299 rupees. * Morgan Stanley initiates coverage with an "overweight" rating and a target of 385 rupees. * Says India's microfinance industry has $90 billion demand potential. * Adds SKS is in a better position than most peers. (abhishek.vishnoi@thomsonreuters.com / abhishek.vishnoi.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)

9:51am IST

MARKET EYE -India's Navin Fluorine, Piramal Enterprises surge after JV

* Navin Fluorine International gains 5 percent while Piramal Enterprises gains 4 percent. * Both companies agree to form joint venture. * JV to manufacture and sell speciality fluorochemicals. (abhishek.vishnoi@thomsonreuters.com / abhishek.vishnoi.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)

9:35am IST

MARKET EYE -Indian shares seen higher ahead of derivatives expiry

* NSE index futures on the Singapore Exchange up 0.23 percent ahead of derivatives expiry later in the day. * The 50-shares index is on course for its fourth consecutive monthly gain. * Asian stocks crept up on Thursday following another steady performance by Wall Street shares, which hovered near record highs. * The MSCI-Asia Pacific excluding Japan index up 0.16 percent. * Overseas investors bought shares worth 2.90 billion rupees ($48 million) on Wednesday, provisional exchange data shows. *

8:12am IST

Indian shares mark record closing high on Euro zone stimulus talk

* BSE index gains 0.44 pct; NSE ends 0.4 pct higher * Defence firms gain on FDI hike notification * ONGC gains on subsidy, gas reforms hopes By Abhishek Vishnoi MUMBAI, Aug 27 - Indian shares rose on Wednesday to record closing highs as expectations of further monetary stimulus in the Euro zone raised hopes of continued foreign inflows, lifting blue-chips such as ICICI Bank Ltd. The European Central Bank is due to hold its next policy review on Sept. 4, which comes

27 Aug 2014

Indian shares mark record closing high on Euro zone stimulus talk

MUMBAI, Aug 27 - Indian shares rose on Wednesday to a record closing high as expectations of further monetary stimulus in the Euro zone raised hopes of continued foreign inflows, lifting blue-chips such as ICICI Bank Ltd.

27 Aug 2014

MARKET EYE-India's DLF shares sink as top court upholds CCI penalty

* Shares in India's DLF Ltd fall as much as 5.4 percent. * The Supreme Court has directed DLF to pay 6.3 billion rupees ($104.2 million) in penalty, imposed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) in 2011, TV channels report. * CCI imposed the fine after saying DLF violated fair trade norms and abused its dominant market position, as per the TV reports. * The builder had appealed the CCI order. * DLF could not be immediately reached for comment. (1 US dollar = 60.4450 Indian rupees) (ind

27 Aug 2014

MARKET EYE -Indian TV news channel stocks gain on HNI interest

* Indian TV news channel operators gain on strong buying from domestic high networth individuals (HNI), multiple dealers said. * TV Today Network gains 17 percent, New Delhi Television is up 12.5 percent. * Well known domestic investor Ramesh Damani holds a 2.88 percent stake in TV Today via two entities, BSE data shows. (abhishek.vishnoi@thomsonreuters.com / abhishek.vishnoi.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)

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ALOK.BO 12.85 -2.21 4,329,686
UNTE.BO 21.60 -2.04 3,636,338
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JAIA.NS 45.85 -5.46 38,758,300
UNTE.NS 21.65 -1.81 27,278,113
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JAPR.NS 14.20 -4.70 16,698,753
NHPC.NS 21.65 +3.34 12,777,431
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Modi eyes breakthrough nuclear pact on Japan trip

NEW DELHI - India is hoping to win Japanese backing for a nuclear energy pact during a visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and lure investment into its $85 billion market while addressing Japan's concern about nuclear proliferation.