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Media scrips soar as Sensex recovers

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MUMBAI: Bucking the trend of a sustained dip over the last few days, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark Sensex gained over 345 points today, recording the biggest single day gain for the month. The bounce back was fuelled by massive buying by foreign and domestic funds even as global markets firmed up.

The Sensex closed at 10,352.94, after touching an intra-day high of 10,409.58 points. The National Stock Exchange (NSE) index Nifty registered a gain of 90.30 points and closed at 3,023.05.

Among the media stocks, Sun TV recorded the maximum gain on the back of healthy FY06 results. Inspired by an almost 70 per cent jump in net profits, the Sun TV scrip closed at 1,083.60 in the BSE, higher by Rs 38.10. At the National Stock Exchange (NSE), it ended the day's trade at 1,085.50 with a gain of Rs 35.30. The rally was significant as the scrip had tumbled yesterday from Rs 1099 to Rs 1045, a fall of Rs 54.

In the media block, TV18 scored the next best gain for the day, going up by Rs 35.70 to close at Rs 578 on the BSE. At the NSE, it gained Rs 36.7 to reach 577.35 points. TV18 has been maintaining a steady run since a long time. Since the last one month, the scrip has gone up by Rs 92 at the BSE.

UTV Software Communications, riding on the market expectations of an equity deal with an international major, gained Rs 14.35 at the BSE today, to close at 165.65 points. At the NSE, it gained Rs 13.00 to touch Rs 164.45. Gemini Communications rose Rs 14.7 at the BSE, to reach 396. Navneet Publications gained Rs 10.45 at the BSE and Rs 11.45 at the NSE to close at 278.55 and 279.30 respectively. Hinduja TMT recorded a gain of Rs 9.8 to close at 479.75 at the BSE.

Other prominent media scrips which also recorded gains for the day included NDTV, Zee Telefilms, Entertainment Network India, Adlabs Films and Balaji Telefilms. However, Saregama India was the only major loser as the scrip dipped by Rs 7.3, to close at 142.45 at the BSE.

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