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Saturday, 31 December 2016

Forex reserves decline by USD 935.2 million to USD 359.671 billion

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Friday, that  India's foreign exchange (FOREX) reserves declined by USD 935.2 million to USD 359.671 billion in the week to December 23 owing to fall in foreign currency assets.  In the preceding week, Forex reserves  had fallen by USD 2.380 billion to USD 360.606 billion by touching a life-time high of USD 371.99 billion in the week to September 30, 2016. It further added that the Gold reserves remained steady at USD 19.982 billion in the reporting week.
Foreign currency assets (FCAs)  dipped by USD 933.2 million to USD 335.970 billion in the reporting week.  FCAs, expressed in US dollar terms, include the effects of appreciation/depreciation of non-US currencies such as the euro, pound and the yen held in the reserves.
The data indicated that the special drawing rights with the IMF  decreased by USD 0.9 million to USD 1.427 billion, while India's reserve position with the Fund also declined by USD 1.1 million to USD 2.290 billion.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Silver Slides Nearly 2% On MCX, Breaks Under Rs 41K

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MCX Silver took a huge fall today as COMEX Silver drooped following the hike in interest rates by US Federal Reserve. COMEX Silver futures slipped in Asian trades since Gold dropped to a fresh 10- month low. US dollar soared sharply as the US Fed hiked interest rate by a 0.25 percent  and showed more to come next year.
Dollar index is around its 15 year highs, trading above 102 levels right now. COMEX Silver plunged by 2.50 percent to USD 16.78 per ounce.
MCX Silver futures also followed the same cues and dropped at the very start only;  The counter opened with a sharp gap of over Rs 400 per kg and currently trades at Rs. 40, 965 /kg, down 1.83 percent  on the day.

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Indian, Overseas Market, Overview at a Glance

Indian stock market today is watchful ahead of the US Federal Reserve's Monetary Policy meet being scheduled today. Also, the domestic CPI (Consumer Price Inflation data) will be released today. Auto segment, Consumer Durables and Oil & Gas sectors are also seeing some traction in the morning session of trading. Asian markets are also opened flat.

A sharp rally in crude pooled with US 10 year bond yields crossing 2.5 percent witnessed a weakness, that creep into the emerging markets. Asian indexes were mixed tracking weak cues from the US, as investors chose to expect the result of the US Federal Reserve's monetary policy statement. Japanese shares down since investors took profits after a recent rally that had taken shares to their highest level in a year.

At 12:40, the S&P BSE Sensex is trading at 26599 up 84.13 points (+0.32%), while NSE Nifty is trading at 8,186.50 up 15.70 points (+0.19%). An active buying activity is seen in Auto, Consumer Durables, Oil & Gas sectors, whereas Metal, Bank, Realty, Finance, Pharma are showing slackness on BSE. Tata Motors said it will increase the prices of its passenger vehicles by up to Rs 25,000 from next month so as to compensate the increased input costs.

A generic Tamiflu capsules was launched by Natco Pharma, the drug is used for the treatment of influenza, in the American market after the final approval from the US health regulator in Aug 2016. Sun Pharma and Moebius Medical have come into an exclusive worldwide licensing contract to further develop MM-II, a novel pharmaceutical drug for the treatment of pain in osteoarthritis.

GAIL India Limited has won a second extension for completing the Cochin-Bangalore-Mangalore natural gas pipeline since it faces unprecedented troubles in getting land in Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Equity Benchmarks Moving Up, Midcap Sectors Outperform

Equity benchmarks are continue climbing up. Sensex has jumped up 169 points at 26519 while Nifty is up 54 points at 8181. Smallcap-Midcap sectors are outperforming today. BSE SmallCap is 144 points high at 12251, BSE Midcap has hiked 97 points at 12399. Yet 1669 shares have advanced, 580 shares have declined and 125 shares are still unchanged.

Asian Market Updates: After two consecutive days rally, global indices have fell down today. Nikkei is 38 points down at 18318, Hong Kong's Hang Seng has lost 61 points at 22768 and Taiwan Index with minor loss of 29 points at 9192.

Pharma stocks are underperforming while auto sector is gaining. Idea Cellular, Eicher Motors, Maruti Suzuki, M&M and GAIL are the gainers of Nifty while Sun Pharma, BPCL, HUL, Lupin and Hindalco are losers of Nifty.

Monday, 21 November 2016

Bear Hitting Hardly, Sensex Nifty Under Pressure

After a poor opening in the morning, bear struck down the Indian stock market in the mid noon session, where equity benchmark indices have already dropped more than 1%. Currently, Sensex is live at 25823.65 with the loss of 326.59 points and Nifty is live at 7957.70 with the loss of 116.40 points. About six shares have declined on the rise of a single share in the BSE. The broader market has lost around 2.5%, where Banking, Auto, Metals and Small Cap sectors are down more than 2.65% each, while IT and TECk sectors are still holding the positive leads. At Present, Wipro, TCS, Infosys and HUL are the top gainers, while Bank of Baroda, Adani ports, Eicher Motors, SBI and Tata Motors(D) are top losers in BSE. 

In global market, European and American market are trading poorly, while Asian market seems to have both positive and negative trend. In Asian market, Japan's index Nikkei is trading at 18106.02 with the loss of 138.61 points and Singapore's Index Strait Times is trading at 2827 with the loss of 11.60 points.

Friday, 18 November 2016

Sensex sheds 77 points; Nifty50 hits 6-month low to end at 8,074

Equity benchmarks indices were trading lower on Friday, closing market at Sensex sheds 77 points at 26,150.24. and the Nifty declined 6-month low to end at 8074. NTPC rallies 4 percent while Tata Steel slips 2 percent. About 1312 shares have advanced, 1277 shares declined, and 166 shares are unchanged. 
The gainers were NTPC, Sun Pharma, Bharti, Hero MotoCorp and M&M, while losers were Tata Steel, ITC, GAIL, Asian Paints and HDFC Bank.
Sectoral indices were trading on a mixed note with stocks from power sector,  witnessing maximum buying interest. Stocks from fast moving consumer goods sector are witnessing selling pressure.

Stock Market Struggling To Drift Up ~ MCX, NCDEX Market Down

Stock market started on a flat note with a slight negative bias, equity benchmarks are still under pressure. BSE Sensex has hiked 7 points at 26233 while Nifty is 5 points up at 8085. In broader market, BSE Small Cap is just 2 points up at 11842, BSE Midcap has risen up 64 points at 12065 and Nifty Midcap has gained 37 points at 14327.

Indian Currency Rupee slipped large amount of points in the morning session itself and is trading lower by 30 paise at 68.12 against US Dollar.

Asian Market Updates: Mostly global indices are in the green zone with Japan's Nikkei leading the region at 18007 with 145 points hike. Hang Seng dropped 3 points at 22259 and Taiwan Index is 13 points up at 9008.

Commodity Market also drifted down today. MCX Gold dropped 184 points at 28947 and Silver lost 293 points at 40447. Crude Oil declined 41 points at 3125.

Friday, 11 November 2016

Sensex Nifty Slipping Down - Auto, FMCG, Oil stocks tumble

After a huge rally yesterday, Stock market gone into heavy losses today. Currently Sensex has slumped 392 points at 27124 and Nifty has lost 133 points at 8392. Except Healthcare sector, all the sectors are going through heavy losses. BSE Small Cap has dropped 279 points at 12647, BSE MidCap has moved down 312 points at 12619 and Nifty Midcap lost 335 points at 15055. Just 424 shares have advanced, about 1888 shares have declined and 122 shares are still unchanged. 

Sun Pharma, ONGC, BHEL, SBI and Bank of Baroda are gainers while UltraTechCement, Bharti Infratel, GAIL, Adani Portsand Eicher Motors are the losers in NSE. 

Asian Market is also slipping down today. Nikkei is 23 points up at 17368, Hang Seng dropped 272 points at 22566 and Taiwan index is live at 8957 with 194 points down.

Friday, 4 November 2016

Nifty Breaches 8450, GST Push Fails To Calm Nerves ~ Latest Stock Market updates

Indian Stock Market was swinging between the gains and losses in the early session. Stock Market opened in green but moved into negative zone while increase in losses. Sensex has lost 53 points at 27376 and Nifty is 26 points down at 8458. Currently, 499 shares have advanced, 2130 shares have declined and 93 shares are still unchanged. BSE Small Cap has dropped 269 points at 12897, BSE MidCap has lost 142 points at 12872 and Nifty Midcap is 199 points down at 15221. GST has made the market to move down in the losses.

Asian Market Updates : Japan's Nikkei has undergone a major loss of 229 points at 16905, Hang Seng is 13 points up at 22696 and China's Shanghai Composite is 3 points down at 3125.

Gainers: ITC, HCL Tech, HUL, Asian Paints, Axis Bank

Losers: Sun Pharma, Dr Reddys Labs, Lupin, Aurobindo Pharma, Bharti Infratel 

Stocks in Focus Today: Larsen and Tourbo, Union Bank Of India, ICRA, TD Power Systems and PVR are the stocks that will be in focus today.

Saturday, 29 October 2016

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Friday, 28 October 2016

Sensex Nifty Drifting Down, MidCap Sectors Up

Sensex Nifty trading in green amid volatility with Sensex live at 27953 with 37 points up and Nifty has jumped 25 points at 8640. However indices are moving towards the losses wiping all its early gains. All the major sectors are marginally in the positive zone. BSE Small Cap has hiked 125 points at 13451 and BSE MidCap jumped 128 points at 13410 and Nifty Midcap hiked165 points at 15797. Tech Mahindra, Tata motors are the in the top list of gainers yet.

According to experts, Market will show the volatile nature throughout the day. 

Currently 1553 shares have advanced, 756 shares have declined and 231 shares are still unchanged.

Asian Market Updates: Maximum global indices are trading down except the Nikkei index. Nikkei is trading up 109 points at 17446, Hang Seng dropped 199 points and Shanghai Composite is just 3 points up at 3115.

Friday, 21 October 2016

Reliance Industries fell 23 Percent In Quarterly Results, Sensex Nifty moving under losses

Equity benchmarks opened flat today with minor gains, wiped off their early gains and moved into losses. Sensex has lost 127 points at 28002 and Nifty declined 32 points at 8666. Majority sectors are in negative zone. Bank Nifty, BSE Bankex, BSE Auto and Midcap Sectors are trading with negative points. Indian currency Rupee, is trading lower by 10 paise at 66.91 against US Dollar.

A large IT company Wipro has signed an agreement to acquire Appiro, a global cloud services company that creates modern generation worker and client experiences. Reliance Industries noted the 23 percent fall in their profits of second quarterly reports announced on Thursday.

In Commodity Sector, Gold has dropped 77 points at 29833 while Silver also declined 137 points at 41859. Crude Oil is trading down by 17 points at 33852. 

Currently 1049 shares have advanced, 1062 shares have declined and 142 shares are still with no change in their price.

In Asian Market, Global indices are trading flat. Nikkei is live at 17335 with just 1 point up, Hang Seng is 69 points up at 23374 and Shanghai Composite has lost 11 points at 3073.

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Better Tuesday! Surprise rally in Sensex

Although Monday a bit lazy, bulls managed to stage a comeback on Dalal Street on Tuesday, helping the S&P BSE Sensex to surge over 500 points while the Nifty50 reclaimed the crucial level at 8600 in afternoon trade.  Positive global cues helped the Nifty50 regain its crucial level of 8600, which has been a key resistance level for the index. A close above this level will fuel further bullish momentum. The Nifty50 rose over 100 points to reclaim the psychological level of 8650, led by gains in the shares of ICICI Bank BSE 4.58%, Adani Ports, HDFC, Tata Steel BSE 3.46% and Aurobindo Pharma BSE 3.02%.  The action on Dalal Street was broad based, as S&P BSE Midcap & Smallcap indices simultaneously rose over 1% each. 

Monday, 17 October 2016

Benefits of Day Trading

In Intra Day trading, traders buy and sell stocks same day. There are many advantages in day trading. First of all, there is less brokerage and more chances of earning with lower risk in day trading. As per the stock market conditions, a new day can be begun with new strategies in intraday trading. A trader can trade with huge volume and there is no need to pay any carry forward margin, since position will be cut on the very same day itself. There is no position to be carried forward for the subsequent day, hence it does not affect any impact of major stock market crashes. Also, returns are comparatively very fast in day trading. Intraday trading tips are generated from technical analysis and charting. Intraday tips can be useful to know future bias of stocks individually. One can trade in Intraday based on recommendations from the advisory firms. Money Maker Research is a leading advisory firm which provides best trading tips to their clients.

Friday, 14 October 2016

Sensex Nifty Edge Up - Latest Stock Market Updates

After major losses in stock market yesterday, Equity benchmarks opened in green zone today with minor leads, struggling to have more higher gains. Currently, Sensex is 43 points up at 27687 while Nifty is just 8 points up at 8581. Indian sectors are trading mixed today. However Midcap and Smallcap sectors are trading higher. BSE Smallcap has hiked 72 points at 13141, BSE Midcap has gained 72 points at 13384 and Nifty Midcap is live at 18995 with 75 points hike. BSE Bankex is trading 54 points up at 21693 and Bank Nifty is 40 points up at 18995.

Asian Market Updates: Nikkei is 73 points up at 16847, Hang Seng jumped 157 points up at 23189 while Shanghai Composite lost 16 points at 3045.

Commodity sector is trading in positive zone with minor leads. MCX Gold is just 9 points up at 29718 while Silver has hiked 50 points at 41940. Crude oil gained 30 points at 3395.

Currently Rupee is trading higher by 8 paise at 66.85 against US Dollar.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Equity Benchmarks Under Pressure, IT Stocks Continue To Skid

Equity benchmark indices opened on a flat note on Friday morning tracking mixed global cues. Sensex live at 28080 with 25 points down and Nifty is down 0.17 percent or 14 points at 8694. Small cap and Midcap sectors are still trading in the positive zone. BSE Small cap is 15 points up at 13240 and BSE Midcap is 11 points up at 13552. Rupee is trading 13 paise down at 66.82 against US Dollar.

Commodity Market is showing average movements today. MCX Gold has hiked 84 points at 29659 ans Silver has jumped 129 points at 41650. Crude Oil is 10 points up at 3378. Currently 1197 shares have advanced, 942 shares have declined and 157 shares are unchanged.

Asian market indices are trading in the negative zone today. Nikkei has lost 59 points at 16839, Hang Seng is 133 points down at 23819 and Shanghai Composite is trading with hike of minor points at 3005. 

Saturday, 1 October 2016

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Friday, 30 September 2016

Domestic Benchmarks Plunging Down, Midcap Sectors Trading Up

After the government confirmed that in response of Pakistan terrorist activities surgical strike by Indian soldiers, investors panicked and took to seeling plunging equity benchmarks to drop more than 1.5 percent intraday. Domestic equity benchmarks opened flat on Friday morning. Sensex dropped 43 points or 1.06 percent to 27783 and Nifty dropped 8 points or 0.10 percent to 8535. Midcap and Small cap indices are trading with positive leads in the struggling market. BSE Small Cap has hiked 170 points to 12684, BSE Midcap gains 164 points to 13078 and Nifty Midcap hiked 185 points to 15284. Yet, 1613 shares have been advanced, 584 shares have been declined and 137 shares are unchanged.

Asian Market Updates: Global indices are trading down. Nikkei is trading 215 points down to 16478, Hang seng is 314 points down to 23425 and Shanghai Composite is 4 points up at 3003.

Friday, 23 September 2016

NSE BSE Closed Negative Note @ Stock Future Trading Tips

The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, lost 104.91 points or 0.36% at 28,668.22, as per the closing data. The Nifty 50 index lost 35.90 points or 0.4% at 8,831.55, as per the closing data. Weakness in European and Asian stocks weighed on sentiment on the domestic bourses. Key indices extended intraday slide towards the latter part of the trading session after hovering in a narrow range around the flat line till afternoon trade.

The six-member MPC—the other three members are from RBI—will conduct its first monetary policy review on 4 October 2016. The members of the committee from RBI are Governor Urjit Patel, deputy governor R. Gandhi, who is also in charge of the monetary policy, and executive director Michael Patra. The RBI governor will have a casting vote in case of a tie. Highest OI increase w.r.t to increase in price was seen in and Highest OI increase w.r.t to IDFC Decrease in price was seen in AXIS BANK.

Trading Tips
@ Buy Tata Global Future above 144 targets 147.50, 149.00, 150.50 Stop Loss 142.15.

 @ Buy Hind Zinc Future above 229.50 targets 231.50, 233.50, 235.50 stop loss 226.45

L&T Technology Services Debuted, Stock Market Moving towards losses

Indian Stock Market opened flat today amid weak global cues. Global Axles, the rear axle shaft manufacturer will debut in the stock market on 26th September and price for its stock is fixed as Rs 207 per share. L&T Technology Services has made the stock debut today with RS 860 as its issue price. Sensex is live at 28749 with 24 points and Nifty has lost 6 points to 8860. Currently, Rupee is trading down by 5 paise at 66.71 against US Dollar. Midcap sectors are still trading in the positive zone. BSE Midcap is 51 points up to 13346 while Nifty Midcap is up 53 points to 15692 and BSE Small cap has hiked 54 points yet to 13003.

Commodity market is moving into the negative zone with some major and minor losses. MCX Gold has lost 101 points to 31231 and Silver dropped 400 points or 0.84 percent to 47168. Crude Oil dropped 33 points down to 3068.

In Asian Market, global indices are trading with minor losses. Nikkei dropped 42 points to 16765, Hang Seng lost 18 points to 23740 and Shanghai Composite is just 5 points down to 3036.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

IOC strengthens on plan to pick 38% stake in Rs 5,000 crore Dhamra LNG project in Odisha

 IOC and GAIL (India) will exercise their right to jointly acquire 49% stake in Adani Group’s Rs 5,000 crore Dhamra LNG project in Odisha. While, IOC will take a 38% stake, GAIL will pick up 11% stake in the proposed 5 million tonne per annum liquefied natural gas import terminal in Dharma, being set up by Adani Petroleum Terminal (APTPL). APTPL will also hold a 49% stake in the project and remaining 2% will be held by financial institutions.

Monday, 19 September 2016

The Sensex and the Nifty Highest Closing levels Week @ Market Live Updates

Key benchmark indices settled with small gains in a lacklustre trading session. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, rose 35.47 points or 0.12% to settle at 28,634.50. The gains for the Nifty 50 index were higher than those for the Sensex in percentage terms. The Nifty rose 28.55 points or 0.33% to settle at 8,808.40. Key indices gained for fourth day in a row. The Sensex and the Nifty, both, attained their highest closing levels in more than a week.

In overseas stock markets, European shares edged higher led by gains in banking and energy shares. Asian stocks rose with sentiment driven by a rebound in oil prices while traders were also keeping an eye on crucial monetary policy decisions due from the US and Japan later this week. Japan stock market remained closed for a holiday. US stocks registered modest losses on Friday, 16 September 2016, with financials and energy shares lagging. The US Federal Reserve policy makers begin their two-day policy meeting tomorrow, 20 September 2016. The Fed is expected to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged in the wake of recent downbeat US economic indicators. The Fed left the target rang In overseas stock markets, European shares edged higher led by gains in banking and energy shares. Asian stocks rose with sentiment driven by a rebound in oil prices while traders were also keeping an eye on crucial monetary policy decisions due from the US and Japan later this week. Japan stock market remained closed for a holiday. US stocks registered modest losses on Friday, 16 September 2016, with financials and energy shares lagging. The US Federal Reserve policy makers begin their two-day policy meeting tomorrow, 20 September 2016. The Fed is expected to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged in the wake of recent downbeat US economic indicators. The Fed left the target range for its federal funds rate unchanged at 0.25% to 0.5% for the fifth time during its July 2016 meeting.e for its federal funds rate unchanged at 0.25% to 0.5% for the fifth time during its July 2016 meeting.

 Highest OI increase w.r.t to increase in price was seen in and Highest OI increase w.r.t to IBREALEST Decrease in price was seen in CASTROLIND.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Stock Market Rises More Than 1 Percent - Updates By Money Maker Research

Indian stock market rose over 1 percent on Friday in the noon session, heading for their third straight session of gains, in line with Asian markets as lackluster U.S. retail sales data reduced already low chances of an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve next week. Sensex has hiked 295 points yet and Nifty has rise 79 points to 8822. Currently Rupee is trading higher by 13 paise at 66.89 against US Dollar. Till yet 1571 shares have advanced, 996 shares declined and 184 shares remained unchanged. Midcap sectors are showing average movements. BSE Small Cap has hiked 53 points to 12799, while BSE Midcap drifted up 30 points to 13122.

Commodity Market is slipping down in today's session. In Bullion Market, MCX Gold dropped 52 points to 30858 and Silver dropped 141 points to 45497. Crude Oil fell 40 points down ahead weak global cues.

Asian Market Update: Nikkei has hiked 114 points to 16519, Hang Seng hiked 144 points to 23335 and China's index Shanghai Composite dropped 20 points to 3002.

Friday, 9 September 2016

Sensex Nifty Slumped, Commodity Market on Flat Note

Sensex Nifty Slumped, Commodity Market on Flat Note
Sensex and Nifty opened on a flat note on Friday morning. Sensex has lost 196 points at 28848 and Nifty has lost 64 points yet. Commodity market is also showing average movements today. MCX Gold has dropped 6 points to 31197 while Silver dropped 18 points to 46696. In energy sector, Crude oil dropped 21 points to 3143 and Natural gas hiked 1.20 points to 187.30. Midcap sectors are trading down today. BSE Smallcap dropped 49 points to 12873, BSE Midcap dropped 92 points to 13386 and Nifty Midcap dropped 74 points to 15671. BSE Auto sector dropped 267 points to 22919, BSE BANKEX dropped 301 points to 23184 and Bank Nifty lost 243 points to 20173. Currently, Rupee is trading lower by 13 paise at 66.55. Till yet 890 shares have advanced, 1422 shares have declined and 146 shares are unchanged.

Asian Market Updates: Japan's benchmark index Nikkei trading at 16965 with minor hike of 7 points, Hong Kong's benchmark index has a major hike of 336 points at 24255 and China's Shanghai Composite has dropped 2 points to 3093.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Precious Metals Global report by Moneymaker Research

Gold recovered from lows near $1300 per ounce, riding on excellent buying after the keenly eyed US Nonfarm payrolls data witnessed a soft performance. The metal moved up from near two and half month lows and a quick rebound post nonfarm took the commodity near $1330 per ounce. MCX Gold futures also managed to recover from lows near Rs 30500 per 10 grams and edged up towards Rs 31K. Local futures have been witnessing a corrective movement after hitting highs above Rs 32300 per 10 grams in July this year. However, a good monsoon is likely to trigger some buying in retail markets in coming festive season.

The US Nonfarm payrolls rose by 151000 in August, slowing sharply from recent figures and pushing an expected increase in US interest rates toward the end of the year. The unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.9% though. Average hourly wages rose 0.1% to $25.73. Hourly pay increased 2.4% from August 2015 to August 2016. Total employment gains for July and June, meanwhile, were barely changed. The government said 275,000 new jobs were created in July instead of 255,000.

Gold speculator and large futures traders added sharply to their gold bullish positions last week after trimming them for two weeks, according to the latest Commitment of Traders (COT) data released by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The non-commercial futures contracts of Comex gold futures, traded by large speculators and hedge funds, totaled a net position of +294609 contracts in the data reported through August 23th. This was a weekly change of 10758 contracts from the previous week’s total of +283851 net contracts that was registered on August 16th. The spec position is still highly bullish and within approximately 20,000 contracts of the year’s high point of +315,963 contracts. The current levels are the highest in nearly two months.

Friday, 2 September 2016

Stock And Commodity Market moving High - Updates By Money Maker Research

Equity benchmarks opened higher in today's trading session. Currently, indices are moving in the positive zone with average gains. Sensex has gained 56 points at 28479 and Nifty hiked 8 points to 8783. Maximum Indian sectors are trading with positive leads including the midcap sectors. BSE Auto sector is leading the region with 176 points hike to 22262, BSE Bankex gained 96 points to 22774 and Bank Nifty live at 19863 with 75 points up. Indian currency Rupee is stable on 66.85 with strength of 10 paise against US Dollar. 

MCX and NCDEX markets are moving higher in the positive direction. In Bullion Market Gold has hiked 9 points to 30781 while Silver stocks jumped 185 points to 44483. Rmseed lift up 36 points to 4704, Soyabean hiked 39 points to 3318 and Cocudakl is up 13 points to 2707.

Asian Market Updates: Asian Market indices are trading marginally lower in the positive zone today. Nikkei dropped 16 points to 16910, Hang Seng gained 91 points to 23254 and Shanghai Composite with minor loss of 7 points dropped to 3056.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Daily Equity Report @ Trading Tips

The Market indices edged higher as sentiment was boosted after the Union Cabinet today.The Sensex ended up 109.16 points at 28452.17 and the Nifty50 ended up 41.85 points at 8,786.20.
In the broader markets, BSE Midcap ended up 0.4% while the Smallcap index ended 0.37% up.

Market breadth ended negative with 1319 gainers and 1355 losers on the BSE.Index heavyweight BANK majors KOTAKBANK and LTrose.which is buying interest at lower levels. KOTAK BANK ended up 2.91% while LT edged 2.46% higher.

 @ BUY ARSSINFRA ABOVE 93 TARGETS 93.9 , 94.8 , 95.7 STOPLOSS 91.2.

Saturday, 27 August 2016

Weekly Stock Trading Calls Free by Moneymaker Research team

@ Buy ENGINERSIN future above 268 targets 269.5 , 271 , 272.5 Stop Loss 265.

@ Sell ALBK future below 78 targets 77.2 , 76.4 , 75.6 Stop loss 79.6

Buy SUNTV future above 478 targets 480.5 , 483 , 485.5 Stop Loss 473.

@ Sell Bank India Future below 158 targets 156.4 , 154.8 , 153.2 Stop Loss 161.2

Friday, 26 August 2016

Sensex-Nifty fell 0.25%, Bank Nifty lost 0.6% @ Investment idea

Yeln Janet's speech was the first Indian stock market sell-off mood. Nifty slipped below the 8580 close, the Sensex has slipped more than 50 points. The Fed Chairman's statement before the global market is visible in the mood to wait and watch. The world's eyes are fixed on Jackson Hole. Today's statement by Fed chairperson of this idea that the Fed will raise rates in September or in December.

The Sensex had lost 140 points today, the Nifty was missing about 50 points lower. Sensex had tanked by 27697 other hand Nifty was broken 8547.5. Up until today in the index was knocked 27935.88, and the Nifty was up by 8623. The Sensex finally closed around 27780, while the Nifty closed at 8570.

Investment Ideas
Buy JUSTDIAL future above 503 targets 508, 513, 518 Stop loss 497.

 Buy UBL Future above targets 838, 847, 854 Stop Loss 816.   

Sensex Nifty Continue To Consolidate, Bullion Market Up

Sensex Nifty Continue To Consolidate, Bullion Market Up
Stock market opened marginally higher today but lost its profit in early trade. Equity benchmarks remained under pressure tracking weakness in Asian indices. BSE Sensex hikes 12 points to 27848 and Nifty hikes just 1.80 points to 8594. Rupee is trading with the strength of 3 paise at 67.02 against US Dollar. Asian market indices are trading lower. Nikkei lost 123 points to 16432, Hang Seng gains 124 points to 22939 and Shanghai composite with minor gains trading at 3085. Commodity market started on a good positive note. Gold hikes 51 points to 30979 while Silver has gained 194 points to 43853 till yet. Maximum sectors are trading in the negative zone. BSE Auto sector is leading of all the sectors with 93 points hike at 21197. Midcap sectors are trading lower in the negative zone. NCDEX market is showing negative movements. Rmseed dropped 26 points to 4622, Soyabean dropped 5 points to 3370, Dhaniya hikes 36 points to 7764 and Barleyjpr trading at 1529 with hike of 4 points.

Monday, 22 August 2016

Gold Silver Weekly Recommendation By Moneymaker

 The COMEX Gold futures edged up above $1360 per ounce in the middle of this month but flipped back as quick gains in US dollar hurt the sentiments for precious metals. Dollar edged up from its six week low of 1.1370 against the Euro after the Conference Board released a report showing that its index of leading US economic indicators rose for the second consecutive month in July. The Conference Board said its leading economic index climbed by 0.4% in July following a 0.3% increase in June. This pulled COMEX Gold down to almost $1340 per ounce mark. MCX Gold futures for October moved mostly in a sideways range, with highs above Rs 31500 per 10 gram levels constantly triggering selling pressure. The US Federal Reserve officials believed last month that near-term risks to the U.S. economy had subsided and that an interest rate increase could soon be warranted. But they did not indicate when they would likely raise rates. The minutes of their July 26-27 meeting showed that officials were encouraged by a rebound in job growth. They also took note of a stabilization of financial markets after a bout of turbulence triggered by Britain's June 23 vote to leave the European Union. The Fed officials believed those developments had lessened the risks for the economy in the short run. The minutes show that as a result, the officials thought a rate increase "was or would soon be warranted. But a key factor holding the Fed officials back was the stubbornly slow rate of inflation, which has been running below the central bank's 2% target for more than four years.

Indian Gold demand witnessed a lackluster performance over last few months. An extended strike by Jewelers and elevated price saw consumer demand for gold in India drop 18% year-on-year to 131 tons in the second quarter of calendar year 2016 (Q2CY16), according to the latest World Gold Council (WGC) report on gold demand trends for the second quarter of 2016. The five year average for local Gold demand is 219 tons. In dollar terms, the demand stood at $5304 Million, down 13% on year.  

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Stock Market Updates by Moneymaker Research

Market indices snapped a two-day winning streak, amid a volatile trading session, with Infosys among the top losers after its key client Royal Bank of Scotland canceled a project. Further, higher-than-expected increase in July wholesale price inflation and weak global cues also dampened sentiment. The Sensex ended lower 88 points at 28,065 after breaking the 28,000 mark in intra-day trade and theNifty50 slipped 30 points to settle at 8,643. Broader markets, however, outperformed the benchmark indices - BSE Midcap index inched up 0.5% while and the Small cap index ended flat. The wholesale price index- (WPI) based inflation rose by 3.35% in July up from 1.62% in June, pushed up by food prices such as vegetables and fruits. Consumer prices rose at a faster-than-expected pace to 6.07.

Highest OI increase w.r.t to increase in price was seen in and Highest OI increase w.r.t to ICICIBANK Decrease in price was seen in BANKINDIA.

Friday, 12 August 2016

Equity Benchmarks Rising High, Gold Silver Down

Equity Benchmarks Rising High, Gold Silver DownEquity Benchmarks extended rally in the morning session. Market has risen more than 1 percent till yet. Sensex is up 281 points to 28141 and Nifty is up 78 points to 8670. Currently Rupee is trading at 66.81 with 3 paise hike against US Dollar. Bullion Market dropped in the early sessions. MCX Gold with 167 points down trading at 31160 and Silver dropped 280 points to 46475. Natural Gas with minor drop is trading at 169.70 and Crude Oil has hiked a good amount of 38 points to 2950. Asian market indices are trading high in the positive zone. Nikkei has hiked 191 points to 16926, Hang Seng with 164 points lead trading at 22745 and Shanghai Composite is trading low with just 7 points up at 3009. 

Indian Sectors are showing high movements positive leads. BSE Auto is trading highest with 308 points lead to 21486, BSE Bankex hiked 195 points to 21519 and Bank Nifty with 152 points up trading at 18792. BSE Small Cap with 80 points lead trading at 12270, BSE Mid Cap has risen 129 points to 12777 and Nifty MidCap with 115 points up trading at 14858.

Friday, 5 August 2016

Weekly Wrap by Moneymaker Research

The Sensex rose 248.62 points or 0.89% to settle at 28,051.86, in the week ended 29 July 2016. The Nifty 50 index gained 97.30 points or 1.14% to settle at 8,638.50. The BSE Mid-Cap index gained 3.13%. The BSE Small-Cap index rose 1.67%. Both these indices outperformed the Sensex.According to reports, the government on Friday, 29 July 2016, listed the much- awaited GST bill for consideration and passage in RajyaSabha's agenda for the next week.

Minister of state for parliamentary affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, while making a statement regarding government business for the week starting 1 August in the Upper House, reportedly said that the GST constitutional amendment bill will be taken up for consideration and passage in the RajyaSabha.. For the GST bill to become a law, the bill also needs to be approved by half the state assemblies after its passage in the parliament. GST, touted as the single biggest indirect taxation reforms since independence, will simplify and harmonise the indirect tax regime in the country. The month-long monsoon session of the parliament will conclude on 12 August 2016

Equity Benchmarks Strong Opening, Sensex Reclaims 28000 level

Stock Market started on a higher note in the morning trade on Friday. Benchmark indices are trading with fabulous leads. Sensex live at 28017 with 303 points hike and Nifty live at 8641 with 90 points lead. All the major sectors are trading in the positive zone. BSE Small Cap with 127 points hike live at 12255, BSE Midcap with 118 points hike live at 12605, Nifty Midcap currently on 14734 witk 139 points up and the Auto sector is leading of all with 244 points hike at 21253. Asian Market is trading mixed. Nikkei dropped 11 points to 16243, Hang Seng with 301 points up trading at 22134 and Shanghai Composite with 3 points down live at 2979 points. MCX and NCDEX market are showing the average movements. MCX Gold dropped 20 points to 31760 and Silver slided 127 points down to 47550. Crude Oil and Natural Gas with minor drop are trading at 2782 and 189 points respectively. Rmseed dropped 7 points to 4924, Soyabean had a minor drop of 2 points at 3628 and Cocudakl uplifted 9 points to 2547.

Friday, 29 July 2016

Sensex Nifty Started At Lower Note, Bullion Market Up

Sensex Nifty At Low Note, Bullion Market Up
Stock Market started with a low note. Rupee Opened weak by 4 paise at 67.04 against US Dollar. The 50-share NSE Nifty started off August series on a flat note after yesterday's rally as investors eagerly awaited for GST Bill. Nifty is down by 16 points at 8650. The 30-share index BSE Sensex is down by 75 points to 28133. BSE Small Cap hikes 24 points at 12305, BSE Mid-Cap gains 67 points at 12640 and Nifty Mid Cap is up by 64 points to 14760. All the Global Indices are trading down. Nikkei is down by 116 points to 16359, Hang Seng is down by 182 points to 21991 and Shanghai Composite with minor loss of 2 points down by 2992. In Commodity Market, Gold and Silver are trading in the positive zone. Gold hiked 45 points to 31031 and Silver hiked 343 points to 47362. Natural Gas hiked 13 points to 194 and Crude Oil dropped 59 points to 2772. 
Automobile company Eicher Motors first quarter (April-June) consolidated earnings matched analysts' estimates on Thursday with profit growing sharply by 58.6 percent to Rs 376.3 crore, driven by strong revenue as well as operational performance in Royal Enfield business. Revenue increased 42 percent to Rs 1,555.7 crore in the quarter ended June 2016 compared with Rs 1,096 crore in year-ago period. The Bank of Japan (BOJ) has eased its monetary policy further today by expanding dollar lending programmed to USD 24 billion. The central bank kept deposit rate at -0.1 percent and said it will increase buying of exchange traded funds. Bank of Japan has lowered its real GDP growth forecast for the current fiscal year to 1 percent from earlier 1.2 percent but increased to 1.3 percent for next fiscal from earlier forecast of 0.1 percent.

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Equity Market Updates @ Advices by Expert

After a consolidation, market closed marginally higher on Wednesday as traders remained cautious ahead of expiry of July derivative contracts & the outcome of Federal Reserve's two-day meeting. The Sensex rallied more than 200 points in morning trade on hopes of stimulus measures by Bank of Japan but turned volatile in afternoon trade, especially after correction in China's Shanghai on fears of regulatory changes. The Sensex was up 47.81 points at 28024.33 and the Nifty gained 25.15 points at 8615.80 .

Market participant will await US Fed comments for clues on policy direction on interest rates. The Fed has kept the benchmark fed funds rate unchanged after raising it for the first time in nearly a decade in December 2015.

Buy ADFFOODS above 116 targets 119 Stop Loss 114.

Sell BALPHARMA below 97 targets 94 stop loss 99

Monday, 25 July 2016

Gold Silver Weekly Recommendation By Moneymaker Research

COMEX Gold futures witnessed some bargain buying around their three week low but overall sentiments remained tepid amid a weak technical picture and lack of demand in retail markets in India. However, a spree of terrorist attacks in Europe is likely to keep the safe haven tag in play for Gold. COMEX Gold ended just above $1320 per ounce levels and a sideways pattern is expected to prevail in the commodity in near term. MCX Gold futures topped out above Rs 32000 per 10 grams mark in early July 2016 and dropped near Rs 30700 mark amid sustained selling pressure. Local Gold imports dropped by about 48% to $3.90 billion in the first quarter of the current fiscal, extending their weak run. Gold imports stood at $7.51 billion in April-June 2015. The shipments contracted for a fifth consecutive month in June by 38.5% to $1.20 billion, according to the data by the Commerce Ministry. Silver imports too dipped to $249.39 million in June as against $342.37 million in the same month last year.

The Euro is lingering just above 1.1000 mark against the US dollar- its lowest levels in nearly six weeks. The European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged as expected. In a statement, the ECB said it expected rates to remain at the present or lower levels for an extended period of time, and well past the horizon of the net asset purchases. The central bank also said it was also confirming that monthly asset buys of 80 billion euros a month are intended to run until March 2017. The ECB Chief Mario Draghi noted that the ECB continue to expect interest rates to remain at present or lower levels for an extended period of time, and well past the horizon of the central banks net asset purchases.

Friday, 22 July 2016

Equity Benchmarks Under Pressure, Global Indices Slumps

Equity Benchmarks Under Pressure, Global Indices Slumps
Sensex started on a flat note with a slight positive bias in morning trade on Friday. Sensex live on 27697 with 13 points down or 0.05 percent and nifty live at 8508 with 2 points down or 0.02 percent. Commodity market is showing average movements today. MCX Gold drops 54 points to 30951 while Silver with minor loss of 39 points trading at 46582. Energy sector is little bit down today. Crude Oil dropped 15 points to 3023 and Natural Gas with minor up-downs trading at 179.40. Aluminium, Copper and Nickel with minor changes trading at 107, 335 and 715 respectively. NCDEX Market has not shown any major loss or gain in todays session. Rmseed drops 10 points to 4943, Sybeanidr hikes 13 points to 3742 and Dhaniya jumps 47 points to 7694. Indian sectors are trading mixed with BSE Capital Goods at top with 146 points hike at 15541, BSE Auto uplifts 96 points to 20582. All the major Asian Market indices are trading in the negative zone. Japan's benchmark index Nikkei declined 183 points to 16626, Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 99 points down to 2929 and China's benchmark index Shanghai Composite drops 20 points to 3018.

Monday, 18 July 2016

Sensex Nifty Poor Closing, Mcx Commodity Under Pressure

After gaining satisfactory positive leads in the day session, Indian Stock Market closed up poorly. The Profit booking drove the Sensex down, while Nifty managed to hold above 8500. Sensex has lost 89.84 points today and ended up at 27746.66 and Nifty has lost 32.7 points today and ended up at 8508.7. All Bse Sectors have lost the initial gain and ended up in negative zone except the Auto and IT. Bajaj Auto, Bharti Infratel, Tata Motors(D), Axis Bank and Eicher Motors are the top gainers today, while Idea Cellular, ONGC, Bharti Airtel, Bank of Baroda and Zee Entertain are the top losers today. In Commodity Market, the Ncdex Commodities seems to working fine, but the Mcx Commodities are under pressure and struggling hard. In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold is at 30930 loss 47, Silver is at 46699 loss 576, Crude oil is at 3063 loss 18 points, Natural Gas is at 186.9 hike 2.2, Aluminium is at 110.65 loss 4.35, Nickel is at 690 hike 3.9, Lead is at 124.55 loss 0.55, Zinc is at 147.9 loss 0.55, Mentha oil is t 912.4 hike 35 and Cotton is at 23450 loss 120 points. 

Friday, 15 July 2016

Stock And Commodity Market Slips Down, Infosys Drops 8 Percent

Stock And Commodity Market Slips Down, Infosys drops 8 percent
Indian Stock Market opened flat today, could not hold its early gains and deviated to red. Sensex live at 27815 with 126 points down or 0.45 percent while Nifty dropped 0.33 points or 0.39 percent to 8531. Indian sectors are trading mixed with Consumer Durables sector at 12504 with 205 points up and Auto sector at 20404 with 175 points at top. BSE Small Cap trading at 12028 with 40 points down, BSE Mid-Cap at 12144 with 29 points up and Nifty Mid-Cap live at 14334 with 4 points down. Infosys dropped 8.96 percent in the early sessions which is depicted as a major loss, NTPC and TCS dropped 2.5 percent. Rupee opened marginally higher but declined 0.04 paise or 0.06 percent to 66.95. Bullion Market drops in the early session, Gold with 63 points down trading at 30,887 and Silver dropped 64 points at 47,445. Energy sector is trading low minor loss. NCDEX Market is trading marginally down. Charjddel and Sybeanidr with minor losses trading respective at 9000 and 3650. Rmseed with 11 points hike at 4924, Tmcfgrnzm with 18 points hike at 8104 and Dhaniya with 24 points lead at 7809. Asian market Indices are trading high on global cues. Japan's benchmark index Nikkei with 114 points hike trading at 16500, Hong Kong's Index Hang Seng with 30 points up trading at 21591 and China's benchmark index Shanghai Composite declined 1.54 points at 3052.48.

Monday, 11 July 2016

Nifty above 8450, Sensex up 470 pts, Auto BANKEX Bank Nifty & Midcap index at record high

A fabulous week opening by Indian Stock Market broke all records of last 1 year. Sensex hiked up around 470 points and Nifty reclaimed 8450 level for the first time since August 2015. Since the whole Global Market has gained positive leads, Japanese Index Nikkei has surprised the Asian Market with its out of the league performance. Nikkei is currently trading at 15777.30 with the hike of 670.32 points (4.25%). In BSE, Auto sectors has gained 2.22%, BANKEX sector has gained 1.98%, Bank Nifty has gained 1.91% and Midcap index has gained 1.48% hike till now. Indian Commodity Market is also maintaining the same positive attitude, but few Mcx and Ncdex commodities are still trading in negative zone. In Commodity Market, except Crude oil all other commodities are trading with the minimum hike of 0.5%. In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold is currently live at 31809 with the hike of 90 points and Silver is live at 48450 with the hike of 963 points, while Crude oil is live at 3033 with the loss of 26 points. In Base Metals, Aluminium is at 111.75 hike 0.50, Copper is at 322.65 hike 4.85, Nickel is at 678.6 hike 15.0, Lead is at 123.1 hike 1.45, Zinc is at 144.75 hike 0.85 and Mentha oil is at 849 hike 4.30. In Ncdex Commodity Market, Charjddel  is at 8460 hike 32, Rmseed is at 4796 hike 49, Sybeanidr is at 3612 hike 29, Cocudakl is at 2578 hike 2, Tmcfgrnzm at 7960 loss 94, Dhaniya is at 7372 hike 104, Sugarm is at 3545 loss 18, Jeeraunjha is at 18470 hike 155 and Barelyjpr is at 1594 hike 13.5 points.

Friday, 8 July 2016

Sensex Nifty Under Pressure, Bank Nifty, Capital Goods Sector Drags

Sensex Nifty Under Pressure, Bank Nifty, Capital Goods Sector Drags
Indian Stock Market slumped in the last trading session of this week. Equity benchmarks remained under pressure tracking weakness in Asian peers. Sensex Nifty slipped huge amount of points today. Sensex live at 27098 with 103 points or 0.38 percent drop while Nifty live at 8309 with 28 points or 0.35 percent down. Indian currency Rupee trading at 67.48 weak by 0.09 paise. All the major Indian sectors are trading in the negative zone, Capital Goods sector with highest loss of 206 points trading at 15102, BSE BANKEX lost 148 points to 20547 and Bank Nifty live at 17939 with 145 points loss. Global Indices trading almost negative. Nikkei declined 168 points at 15107, Heng Sang fell 193 points to 20513 and Shanghai Composite lost 28 points reaching 2988 points. 

Having a view on Commodity Market, Bullion Market slides down too. Gold slipped 92 points to 31789 and Silver dropped 134 points to 46759. Natural Gas with minor loss trading at 186 points and Crude Oil hikes 13 points to 3076. In NCDEX, Charjddel hikes 184.00 points to 8320.00 while Jeeraunjha trading at 18015.00 with major loss of 165 points.

Monday, 4 July 2016

Sensex Nifty Strong Opening, Silver Hiked Up 1800 Points

In the morning session of Monday Trading Session, Indian Stock Market gave a strong positive opening. Till now, Indian Stock Market has been hiked up by 0.70% and there are more to come today. Currently, Sensex is trading at 27352.71 with the hike of 207.8 points and Nifty is trading at 8389.9 with the hike of 61.55 points. All Bse sectors are trading in positive zone with appreciative hikes except the FMCG. With the current market status it seems like the whole Global Market is moving upwards. In Commodity Market, Silver has boosted up the Mcx market and most of the Mcx commodities are trading positively, while the Ncdex Commodities are trading low today. In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold is trading at 31729 with the hike of 266 points, Silver is trading at 47365 with the hike of 1806 point and Crude oil is at 3300 with the gain of 29 points. The only mcx commodity which is trading in negative zone is Natural Gas, it has lost 2.06% and currently trading at 195.10. In Base Metals, Aluminium is at 111.90 hike 0.15, Nickel is at 674 hike 2.90, Lead is at 125.25 hike 0.25, Zinc is at 144.80 hike 0.45, Mentha oil at 840 hike 4.40 and Cotton is at 20590 with the hike of 280 points.

Friday, 1 July 2016

Indian Stock and Commodity Market Rising High

Indian Stock and Commodity Market Rising High
Indian shares closed higher on Thursday and opened with high rise on Friday erasing all the losses of last Friday happened due to Brexit. All the sectors are trading in the positive zone, BSE Capital Goods being at the highest with 254 points up. BSE Small Cap live at 11885 with 84 points up, BSE Mid Cap live at 11835 with hike of 118 points and Nifty MidCap trading on 13955 with 139 points up. Sensex live at 27202 with 202 points hike or 0.75 percent while Nifty is at 8346 with 58 points up pr 0.71 percent. All the major global indices are trading positive except the Singapore's index Straits Times with break down of 4.73 points. Indian currency Rupee, trading live on 67.11 with 11 points up against Dollar.

In Bullion Market, MCX Gold opened low but managed to trade in positive with 344 points lead at 31,543 while Silver trading highly in positive zone with 1,812 points lead at 45,280. In energy Sector, Crude oil breakdown with 18 points at 3286 and Natural Gas with little hikes trading at 198.50.

Monday, 27 June 2016

Sensex Nifty Struggling Hard, Mcx Trading Low While Gold Ncdex Rising in Monday Morning Session

A trading session after a crisis is not much bad for the Indian Stock Market. After a big fall on Friday, the Stock Market is fighting to stay positive today. Since the opening, the market graph has been moving up and down and making it more difficult for the experts to make the future predictions. Currently, Sensex is trading at 26373.09 with the loss of 24.62 points and Nifty is trading at 8082.25 with the loss of 6.35 points. Most of the Bse sectors are having positive attitude except Auto, IT and TECk. In Asian Market, Nikkei has been hiked up by 274.24 points and rest indices are trading with minor changes. In Commodity Market, Mcx is down, while most of the Ncdex commodities are up. In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold has gained 201 points and currently trading at 31602, while Silver is trading at 42355 with the loss of 37 points and Crude oil is trading at 3229 with the loss of 35 points and most of the Mcx Commodities are in negative zone. In Ncdex Commodity Market,  most of the Ncdex commodities are in positive zone, where Charjddel is at 7260 with the hike of 207 points and Jeeraunjha is trading at 18030 with the hike of 390 points. 

Monday, 20 June 2016

Sensex Rebounds Nifty Claiming 8200 on Monday Morning Session

Indian Stock Market gave a weak positive opening in Monday Morning Session, and yet the market has only gained small positive leads. According to the Global market cues and past performance, the Indian Market will have big chances to hit high today. Currently, Sensex is trading at 26689.67 with the hike of 63.76 and Nifty is trading at 8184 with the hike of 13.85 points. Indian Rupee has also opened at 67.65 with the loss of 60 paise against the Dollar. In Asian Market, Japanese Index Nikkei hiked up by 375.73 points and currently trading at 15975 and other Asian Indices are also trading up with major leads excepts the China's Index. Banking Sectors, Healthcare, Fmcg and Consumer Durables sectors are trading in loss, while all other sectors have gained positive leads. 
In Commodity Market, Precious Metals have lost some points, while all other other Mcx Commodities are trading with major hikes. Like in Ncdex Commodity Market, most of the Agri Commodities have gained minor positive lead, but few are still trading with negative sign. In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold live at 30492 with the loss of 110 points, Silver live at 41348 with the loss of 14 points, Crude oil live at 3318 with the hike of 72 points and Natural gas is at 179.20 with the hike of 3.60 points.

Friday, 17 June 2016

Sensex, Nifty Pace Up, Commodity Market Down

Sensex, Nifty Pace Up, Commodity Market Down
Indian Stock Market riding high on the last trading session this week. Sensex gains over 140 points reaching 26670 points while Nifty live at 8173 points +0.40 percent. The Indian Rupee opened flat at 67.20 per Dollar. All the sectors in India are trading positive. Top gainers contributing points for Sensex and Nifty are Tata Motors, HDFC, Maruti Suzuki, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank. All the indexes of Asian Market are trading higher. Japan's index Nikkei traging higher at 15626 with 192 points up, HongKong's index Hang Seng trading at 20188 with 149 points up and China's benchmark index Shanghai Composite hike 19 points reaching 2892 points. Having a look on Commodity Market, Gold dropped Rs 191 to Rs 30,416 per ten grams and Silver trading on Rs 41,684 per kg with a drop of Rs 484. Natural Gas live on Rs 174 and Crude Oil live at Rs 3,133 or 3.24 percent down.

Friday, 10 June 2016

Sensex Nifty Pace up, Commodity Market Down

Sensex Nifty Pace up, Commodity Market Down
On the last trading session of this week, stock market opened in red today also, however managing to drift up and trade positive, Market changing bearish to bullish. Sensex live at 26969 hike 205 points and Nifty live at 8,254 points or 0.62 percent. Maximum sectors are trading positive except few sectors like FMCG, IT, TECK and Consumer Durables. Companies like BHEL, Lupin, Adani ports, Yes bank are trading high and maintaining the position in the list of top gainers while Companies like Tata Motors, HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel are trading low. Asian Market is trading negative as well. Nikkei live at 16,538 dropped 130 points. Hang Seng is trading negative 144 points to 21152 points. Commodity market is also trading down. Gold prices dropped 103 to Rs 29,834 per ten grams while Silver dropped 149 to Rs 40,760 per kg. Crude Oil prices dropped Rs 20 to Rs 3,353, Natural gas live at Rs 173 or -0.69 percent.

Monday, 6 June 2016

Sensex Nifty Flat, Mcx Ncdex Commodity Market Rising

Stock Commodity Market Money Maker Research
On the First Trading Session of this week, Indian Rupee opened with the hike of 31 paise and became 66.95 against the US Dollar. While Indian Stock Market opened quietly low then expectation. Sensex and Nifty are trading down with the loss of 0.1%. Currently, Sensex Live at 26812 with the loss of 30.91 points and Nifty Live at 8212.35 with the loss of 8.45 points. Few sectors like Fmcg, Capital Goods, Bankex and Bank Nifty are still trading with positive points, while others have loss. In Asian Market, Japan's Index Nikkei and China's Index Shanghai Composite are having losses, while all other Asian Indices are trading in green zone. In Commodity Market, almost all the commodities have gained positive leads. In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold is trading at 29395 with the hike of 8 points, Silver is trading at 39210 with the hike of 131 points and Crude Oil is trading at 3283 with the hike of 30 points.  

Saturday, 4 June 2016

Late selling drags Sensex to close RED, Nifty up

Yesterday, the Late selling in SENSEX drag to Close flat, NIFTY was up by 6%. The market hit fresh 7-month high intraday Friday with the Sensex reclaiming 27000 and Nifty 8250 levels.

 The Nifty rose 64.15 points or 0.79% to settle at 8,220.80.Growth in India's gross domestic product accelerated to 7.9% in Q4 March 2016 compared with a revised reading of a growth of 7.2% in Q3 December 2015.

The major event next week is a monetary policy review from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The RBI will announce the Second Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2016-17 at 11.00 IST on Tuesday, 7 June 2016.  

Nifty Directional: - Buy Nifty Future above 8290 Target 8340, 8390Stop Loss 8190.

Friday, 3 June 2016

Today's Stock Market Overview

At the end of the weekly trading session, market is showing its mix nature of being bullish and bearish too Sensex is hovering around 26,894 points and Nifty gained 4 points to 8222. Having a sight on Asian market, Japan's benchmark Index Nikkei topped with rise in 79 points to 16,642, Shanghai Composite fell down in the morning session but managed to balance and drifted up to trade positive with 12 points to 2,938. Axis Bank, M&M, Bajaj Auto, HUL, Hero Motocorp are the top gainers while Lupin, Bharti Airtel, BHEL, SBI and Sun Pharma are top losers trading negative today.

Idea Cellular, India's third largest telecom company stocks slumps around 10 percent today. Private equity firm Providence Equity Partners to sell about half of its stakes in Idea which amounts to be Rs 14 crore.

In Commodity Market, Gold is trading steady with 14 rupees up to Rs 28,877 per ten grams while Silver hiked up by Rs 169 to Rs 38,697. Natural Gas and Crude oil being positive are trading on Rs 163 and Rs 3317 respectively.

Monday, 30 May 2016

Sensex Nifty Opened Marginally Higher, Gold Silver Under Big Pressure

Stock Commodity Tips
In the Monday Morning Session, Indian Stock Market opened with good positive points. But, now holding them seems to difficult with the current trading stream. The Indian Indices Sensex and Nifty have moved down a bit with giving in-consistence performance. Currently, Sensex is trading at 26717.11 with the hike of 63.51 points and Nifty is trading at 8177.75 with the hike of 21.10 points. Auto, Bankex, Bank Nifty, Capital Goods, Healthcare, IT, Metals, PSU, TECk, Small Cap and Mid Cap sectors have gained positive leads, while Oil & Gas, Consumer Durable and FMCG are in loss. In Asian Market, Japanese Index Nikkei have jumped up by 181.16 points and trading at 17016, while others are performing average. In Company Stocks, Hindalco, Coal India, Tech Mahindra, Tata Motors and Idea Cellular are the top gainers, while BHEL, Adani Ports, HDFC, Zee Entertain and NTPC are the top losers today.
In Indian Commodity Market, our Precious Metals are trading under high pressure. Gold have received the loss of 151 points and dropped to 28452 and Silver have lost 448 points and went  down to 38418, while Crude oil is live at 3315 with the lead of 5 points. In Mcx Commodity Market, the other commodities are like Natural gas at 146.20 loss 0.80, Aluminium is at 103.90 hike 0.25, Copper at 313.70 loss 0.60, Nickel at 562 loss 0.10, Lead at 113.85 hike 0.25, Zinc at 127.85 hike 0.15 and Mentha oil is at 858 with the hike of 4.90 points. In Ncdex Commodity Market, Cocudakl, Tmcfgrnzm and Jeeraunjha have positive leads, while Charjddel, Rmseed, Sybeanidr, Dhaniya, Sugarm and Barleyjpr are in loss. 

Monday, 23 May 2016

Monday Morning Session Indian Stock Market Updates

Indian Stock Market lost the early gains in Monday Morning Session. On the first trading day of this week, Indian Rupee opened 67.30 with the hike of 15 paise against the Dollar. Indian Stock Market has also made a nice opening, but couldn't hold the leads for much longer. Currently, Sensex is trading at 25369.21 with the hike of 67.31 points and Nifty is trading at 7777.40 with the hike of 27.70 points. In Asian Market, except the Nikkei all Asian Indices are trading positively. Taiwan Weighted is running at 8344.44 with the hike of 213.18 points. The Indian Market is moving up and down with no sign of any certainty today and so the risk involved in the today's market is much higher than and normal days. Few Bse sectors like Healthcare, Capital goods, IT, Oil & Gas and TECk are trading in negative zone, while others are trading with positive points.  

Monday, 16 May 2016

High Pace on Silver & Crude Oil, but Sensex Nifty Moving Low

Stock Commodity Tips
In the first trading session of the week, Rupee opened at 66.90 with the loss of 13 paise against the dollar. Indian Stock Market made a nice opening in morning session, but couldn't hold the hike for much longer and dropped very soon. Currently, the market indexes are moving in negative zone with minor loss. Sensex is trading at 25414.77 with the loss of 74.80 points and Nifty is trading at 7791.05 with the loss of 23.85 points. In current market, most of the Bse sectors are moving in negative zone except only few sectors which are Consumer Durables, Healthcare, IT, TECk and Bse Midcap
In Mcx Commodity Market, Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Aluminium & Mentha oil are moving up with high pace while other base metals are trading low. Currently, Gold Live at 30123 with the hike of 89 points, Silver Live at 41373 with the hike of 399 points and Crude oil Live at 3129 with the lead of 32 points, while Natural Gas is trading at 139 with the loss of 2.20 points. The Ncdex Commodity Market is showing the average movements. Charjddel, Sybeanidr, Cocudakl and Sugarm up in the green zone, while Tmcfgrnzm, Dhaniya, Jeeraunjha and Barleyjpr are trading in negative zone. 

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Eqity Market Weekly Wrap by Moneymaker Research

Indian equity markets registered modest gains in the week ended Friday, 13 May 2016 buoyed by the passage of key legislation viz. the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 by the government in the Parliament which is expected to help creditors recover bad debt faster. The market gained in three out of five trading sessions. The Nifty rose 81.45 points or 1.05% to settle at 7,814.90. 

On the macro front, the data on Thursday, 12 May 2016 showed acceleration in consumer price inflation in April 2016. Inflation based on consumer price index (CPI) surged to 5.39% in April 2016 from six months low of 4.8% recorded in March 2016. Next batch of Q4 results of India Inc., macroeconomic data, trend in global markets, investment by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs), the movement o
f rupee against the dollar and crude oil price movement will dictate market trend in the near term.

Investmnet Free Calls
Buy PFC future above 176.5 targets 179, 181.5, 184 Stop Loss 171.5