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Satyam is out of NSE & BSE, what dose it mean's, what about our share currently with us

About: Company: Satyam Computer Services Ltd.

Asked by shankar, 08 Jan '09 09:02 pm
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Trading will continue as usual.
Government should immediately take control on the assets of the company and try to manage the routine affairs of the company through technical experts like Infosys or Wipro so that career of employees is not jeopardized and poor investors in Satyam Share get their due worth in course of time.

I hope PM and FM and ex-FM Mr. P Chidambram will leave no stone unturned to not only safeguard the interest of the employees and investors but also salvage the credibility of the Indian companies outside India .Image of Indians is already bad and Satyam has added fuel to fire.

The urgent need of the hour is to make provision in the books of law to award severest punishment to the responsible auditors, SEBI officers, ministers who irrigated and promoted the Satyam fraud. .The quantum of fraud is so large that it cannot be perpetuated without support of hundreds of person directly or indirectly linked to maintenance of financial discipline.

And the last bu ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 09 Jan '09 05:57 am

 
  
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It means u cant trade in nse and bse . so u ve to sell the share tomo
Answered by krishna, 08 Jan '09 11:03 pm

 
  
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Means the satyam shares will not be available for tradinb through terminals.
Answered by Rajneesh, 08 Jan '09 09:43 pm

 
  
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No forward trading.see the price tomorrow.it may varry between 10-30
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 08 Jan '09 09:05 pm

 
  
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