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5. TringFinance  Jun 1, 2012 9:29:00 AM IST Reply

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BUY ONGC STOCK FUTURE @ 254 SL 252 TGT 256/258
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4. Priya Jain  Feb 29, 2012 6:35:31 PM IST Reply

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ONGC Offer for Sale Details
Auction Process: Bidding through a seperate OFS window
Offer Date: 1st March 12
Start Time: 9:15
End Time: 15:30
Lot Size: 1 share
CMP; 293.20
Floor Price (Rs/share): 290.00
No of Shares on Offer (In Cr): 42.78
Offer Size at Floor Price (Rs Cr): 12,405.46
Allocation Methodology: Price Priority (Multiple Clearing Prices)
Margin: 100% Cash Margin

Promoter Shareholding
Pre 74.1%
Post 69.1%
BRLM JM Financial, Citigroup, DSP ML, Morgan Stanley India, Nomura

Futures & Options Activity
Futures Expiry Futures Price
29-Mar-12 294.90
26-Apr-12 296.45

Strike Price Type Expiry Premium
280 Call 29-Mar-12 20.4
300 Call 29-Mar-12 10.45
320 Call 29-Mar-12 4.8
280 Put 29-Mar-12 5.8
300 Put 29-Mar-12 15.2

OFS Highlights

The Government is raising Rs 12,406 Cr (at a floor price of Rs 290) by selling its 5% holding in the company through the auction process.

Allocation will be on a price priority method at multiple clearing prices which will be displayed after the allocation of shares.

Indicative Price will be displayed in the last half hour (15:00-15:30) of the bidding period. Indicative Price is the VWAP of all the bids that have exhausted the quantity offered.

No single buyer other than mutual funds and insurance companies shall be allocated more than 25% of the size of the sale.

Modifications/Cancellation of the orders will be allowed, except during the last 30 minutes of the bidding period (15:00-15:30).

100% cash margin at the order level for every buy order/bid. In case of modification/cancellation, the funds will be released/collected on a real time basis.

Settlement will be completed in T+2 days.
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3. Vishal R  May 17, 2011 11:43:39 AM IST Reply
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3.1. JigarShah  May 17, 2011 11:47:22 AM IST

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FPO Impact......May be FPO Price has been leaked......
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3.2. Vishal R  May 17, 2011 12:53:36 PM IST

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It is not possible to leak FPO price, as FPO price band is purely market linked price.

ONGC is down because of this

"State-run explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corp slipped on media reports the company's share of the fuel subsidy has been increased. ONGC Chairman A.K.Hazarika told television channel CNBC TV18 the company had yet to hear on the matter from the government. "
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2. Ravi, Bangalore  Mar 1, 2011 12:01:43 PM IST Reply

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461. sameerjaipur

ONGC (273)

1. Currently trend is up. My opinion is better to wait for any rise to 300 to construct F&O stretegy.

2. I don't have any opinion (look at debt portion & take decision). But, I prefer Renuka Sugars in Sugar sector.
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2.1. onlyipo  Mar 1, 2011 1:00:22 PM IST

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Dear ravi, what your call on renuka sugar to buy or sell ? I think it will be a good buy at current level please clarify should one enter at current level ?
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1. Gane  Feb 6, 2011 8:02:44 PM IST Reply

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Tomorrow, anyone going to trade ONGC? if so, let me know what is the scope. people in mmb board are talking about some appreciation tomorrow as tomorrow is the last day before the scrip goes to spilt and bonus.

Gane.
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6.1. Durai Raj,Tirupur  Feb 6, 2011 8:35:04 PM IST

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Few months before i was a follower of Split/ bonus shares nanba, but The case(Price raise) had not happened in all the cases, mostly ends flat, because split/bonus shares will take some time to get credited in our accounts everyone will try to Square off the position by end..
But on the date of split it will rock, because after split, the flotation in the stocks will be less, as the split shares will take time to get into the market so upto my knowledge & experiance, it is better to buy on the first day, after split....

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