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Listed media show marginal dip as sensex crosses 4,000 points

MUMBAI: It was sheer euphoria as the 30-share Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) sensitive index crossed the 4,000 points mark. The BSE sensex surged 203.92 points (as compared to 3,921.20 points as of 14 August last week) to settle at 4,125.12 points. The S&P CNX Nifty index gained 73.40 points to settle at 1,311.15 points as compared to 1,247.75 last week.

The listed television industry scrips registered marginal drops but were fairly stable when compared to their last week levels.

On the BSE, Zee Telefilms Ltd, the only media company on the 30-scrip BSE sensex, opened the day (22 August) at Rs 116.30; fell by 0.26 per cent; and closed at Rs 116 as compared to Rs 117.70 on 14 August 2003. The volume of shares traded was around 1.69 million shares.

On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 117.40; fell by 0.13 per cent; and closed at Rs 115.95 as compared to Rs 117.65 on 14 August 2003). The Zee Telefilms counter registered a volume of around 3.02 million shares.

Balaji Telefilms opened the day (22 August) at Rs 68.20; dropped 1.61 per cent and was last traded at Rs 67.10 as compared to Rs 72 on 14 August. The volume of shares traded on the BSE was around 89,459 shares.

On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 69.40; dropped 1.69 per cent and ended the day at Rs 67.05 as compared to Rs 71.95 on 14 August 2003. The counter registered a volume of around 327,186 shares.

Television Eighteen India opened the day (22 August) at Rs 111.25; rose 2.79 per cent and was last traded at Rs 114.35 as compared to Rs 114.95 on 14 August. The volume of shares traded on the BSE was around 109,669 shares.

On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 111; gained 2.56 per cent and closed at Rs 114.10 as compared to Rs 115.25 on 14 August 2003. The counter registered a volume of around 212,720 shares.

Sri Adhikari Brothers (SABTNL) opened the day (22 August) at Rs 65.70 and ended at the same price as compared to Rs 67.05 on 14 August. The volume of shares traded on the BSE was around 39,153 shares. On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 66; dropped 0.91 per cent and closed at Rs 65.30 as compared to Rs 66.65 on 14 August 2003. The counter registered a volume of around 45,266 shares.

Creative Eye opened the day (22 August) at Rs 14.45; dropped 0.35 per cent and was last traded at Rs 14.40 as compared to Rs 14.79 on 14 August. On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 13.90; rose 0.35 per cent and closed at Rs 14.50 as compared to Rs 14.60 on 14 August 2003.

Cinevistaas opened the day (22 August) at Rs 29.65; dropped 3.88 per cent and closed at Rs 28.50 as compared to Rs 28.25 on 14 August. On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 29.50; dropped 0.51 per cent and closed at Rs 29.05 as compared to Rs 28.95 on 14 August 2003.

ETC Networks opened the day (22 August) at Rs 48.55; dropped 1.65 per cent and closed at Rs 47.75 as compared to Rs 52.75 on 14 August. On the NSE, the scrip opened at Rs 49; dropped 2.55 per cent and closed at Rs 47.70 as compared to Rs 52 on 14 August 2003.

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