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CNBC-TV18 announces new stock market line-up

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CNBC-TV18 announces new stock market line-up

CNBC-TV18 has launched a new line-up of market hour shows to keep its viewers glued to the channel. Packed with news and analysis, the new market update is expected to whet CNBC-TV18 viewers’ appetite for fresh insights and perspectives in today’s ever changing and evolving market scenario.

The new segment, to be aired between 12 noon and 1 pm, includes a power-packed five minute segment, ‘Money Market Update’, which will update viewers about the latest developments related to bonds, the state of the Indian rupee, auctions, global currencies among others.

‘Houseviews’, a segment on new brokerage stock ideas, will give viewers top brokerage ratings and strategy reports as well as feature a famous brokerage. The noon segment will also have ‘F&O trends’, which will sum up the latest developments in futures and options.

‘Stocks in News’ will summarise movement of at least six to eight stocks that have witnessed significant change in the stock exchange on a particular day. This segment is aimed at viewers who haven’t been watching CNBC-TV18 continuously and need a sum up.

A summary of the commodity market with an emphasis on trading opportunities in MCX crude and gold will be part of the ‘Commodity Update’. A segment special designed for the investor community is ‘Chartbusters’, which will identify five top movers in areas of price or volume and seek expert analysis on these stocks.

In addition to these, an interactive session has also been planned, wherein management from various companies can call in and interact with the anchor on ‘Mid Cap CEO Calls’ in the segment beginning at 1:30 pm.

The channel will also showcase ‘Small Cap Radar’, a hugely popular and action driven segment, which advises viewers on which stocks to buy and those that can be avoided. A special ‘Public Offer Corner’ will evaluate any new IPOs that will open, examine it minutely, making it easy for prospective shareholders make informed decisions.

This band will also have interactive segments like ‘Stock Calls of the Day’ and ‘Money Minutes’ and a dedicated segment on stocks called ‘DealStreet’, which will have interesting stock additions / deletions from portfolios giving viewers a comprehensive perspective on investing.

Commenting on the new market line-up, Ajay Chacko, Head-Marketing, CNBC-TV18, said, “Today’s market is extremely complex and there are many inter-linkages with a variety of factors that investors need to be aware of. The new environment calls for new tools that help investors understand, act upon and profit from. CNBC-TV18’s cutting edge market’s coverage, led by Udayan Mukherjee, has been at the forefront of bringing the latest and most relevant tools and information for investors across India. We are confident that the new line-up will help investors in deciphering the new market environment better.”


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