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Notes on tech

Notes on technology, business, enterpreneurship, economy, markets along with interesting general tidbits.


A thesaurus would come in handy

4/18/2006 08:49:00 AM, posted by anand

When your job is to write about bullish Indian stock market, no doubt you will run out of synonyms. Check out this story in Business-Standard that talks about today's rally (emphasis mine):
CS zoomed to a high of Rs 2,099 in opening deals. The stock finally ended with a gain of 5.7% at Rs 2,013. Wipro rallied 5.5% to Rs 570. Satyam surged over 4% to Rs 862, and Infosys advanced 3.3% to Rs 3,335.

ONGC flared up over 5% to Rs 1,308. Reliance moved up 4.7% to Rs 891. Larsen & Toubro added 4% to Rs 2,639.

Bajaj Auto soared 8.5% to Rs 3,004. Hero Honda rallied 3.5% to Rs 879.

Cipla spurted 3% to Rs 680. Dr.Reddy's, too, gained nearly 3% at Rs 1,510.

Reliance Energy surged 3% to Rs 638. NTPC was up over 1% at Rs 140.
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4/18/2006 12:43 PM, comment by Blogger Manish

Awesome observation! Funny thing they never thought of using the simple term "rise/rose" anywhere.    



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