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PostSubject: Fuel and Power   Tue Jun 29, 2010 6:01 pm

It is being observed that today fuel and power did well. Govt shares did well better than private sector. So we can concentrate on DESCO, POWERGRID, TITASGAS, JAMUNAOIL etc.

DESCO 97+

BOC 14.8+

PADMAOIL 5.6+

JAMUNAOIL 0.2+

POWERGRID 39.75+

MPETROLEUM 0.5+

SUMITPOWER 8.25-

KPCL 3.3-

TITASGAS 13.75+

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PostSubject: Re: Fuel and Power   Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:22 am

kpcl amar 213 koray kina. akhon to loss khaisi. ami ki aro buy kortay pari. yeita ki barbey?
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