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Thursday, 27 April 2017

Sensex down 103 points, Nifty 9.70% lower as investors book profits

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The key indices settled April F&O expiry lower, in a choppy session as investors take a sigh after hitting record highs the previous day and booked profits.  The BSE Sensex was down 103.61 points at 30,029.74, while the NSE  Nifty-50 was down 9.70 points at 9,342.15. In the broader market, the  BSE Mid-cap index gained 0.07%,  on the other hand, the BSE Small-cap index ended 0.02% lower.
Global markets also eased as a long-anticipated US tax cut plan announced by U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday failed to motivate investors. Street also watchful to hear from European Central Bank meet.
Bank of India stocks was locked today at its upper circuit of Rs 179.55 and continued to trade on its new 52-week high value at Rs. 185.70. 
Maruti Suzuki fell 0.74% to Rs 6,360 after net profit rose 15.8% to Rs 1,709 crore on 20.3% rise in net sales to Rs. 18,005.20 crore in fourth quarter March 2017 over fourth quarter March 2016.
Infosys Ltd, Tata Motors, Cipla and Wipro gained the most on BSE Sensex,  whereas Tata Steel, Lupin, ITC and Axis Bank shed the most on the index.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Sensex touch above 30,000 mark for the first time ever; Nifty scales 9351

The benchmark Sensex, which was fighting to touch 30,000 mark has finally crossed above 30,000 mark and come out  to be well placed above 30,100 level. The BSE Sensex closed at 30,133.35 higher by 190.11 points. NSE  Nifty closed higher for the third consecutive trading session at 9351.85 up by 45.25 points.
HDFC Bank led the market rally, while  IT stocks remained under stress all through  day. Tech Mahindra was the biggest laggard  going down by 2.9% at Rs 425.45 per share. The IPO of S Chand got subscribed by 24% on its initial day of subscription. MRF Ltd closed higher by Rs 2,573.4 per share or 3.87% at Rs 69,018 per share.
The Bank Nifty index touched the fresh 52-week high of 22,276 level up by 222 points. PNB was the well focusing among the banking stocks, which closed higher by 3.66 percent  at Rs 167 per share. 
The rupee touched its 20-months high of 63.93 per dollar. European exchanges opened a bit  lower on today as investors focused on earnings, monetary policy and a tax announcement in the US.


Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Sensex closed at 29,943 levels, Nifty above 9300 for first time ever, RIL rise 3.4%

The benchmark indices NSE Nifty-50 index closed at 9,306, higher by 88.65 points or 0.96%, whereas the Sensex closed at 29,943.24, higher by 287.40 points Nifty closed above 9,300 for the first time since April 12, 2017. Nifty bank, Sensex and  Nifty Midcap closed at their ever high levels today. The BSE Mid-cap Index closed up by 0.9% at 14,625 whereas the BSE Smallcap Index closed up by 0.8% at 15,291.
Bharti  Infratel  Ltd was the top Nifty gainer while, Tata Power was the top Nifty loser. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) climbed nearly 3.4% to its highest since May 2008, keeping it the biggest gainer on the NSE index, after the company on Monday posted a 12.8% rise in Q4 profit, beating expectations.
Bank stocks finished recorded  a strong note with  share price of Bank of India and Axis Bank leading the gains. There were 884 advancing shares , 777 declining stocks and 297 unchanged stocks on NSE.  A bullish undertone floated in the market.
The Indian rupee strengthened to as much as 64.2750 per dollar. Oil prices were trading at USD 49.34.

Monday, 24 April 2017

Nifty closes above 9200, Sensex rallies 290 points, Rupee strengthens

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Key benchmark indices triggered  the starting week on a strong footing tracking positive trend in global markets, after the preferred candidate, Emmanuel Macron, won the first round of the French presidential voting.
The BSE Sensex was up 290.54 points at 29,655.84 while the NSE Nifty closed above 9,200-mark for the first time since April 12,  rising up 98.55 points at 9,217.95. The broader markets kept momentum  similar to benchmarks as the BSE Mid-cap index was up 0.95% and Small-cap rose 0.8% on strong breadth. About 1627 shares rose against 1297 falling shares on the exchange.
The BSE turnover figured to Rs 4,344.58 crore, lower than the figure of Rs 7376.16 crore registered on Friday, 21 April 2017.
The Indian rupee strengthened per US dollar while bonds fell, with the benchmark ten-year bond yield rising 2 basis points to 6.94 percent.
Indian Bank closed at Rs 284 per share, up by Rs 23 or 9%, while Reliance Power closed at Rs 49 per share up  5%. Shares of ITDC, jumped nearly 13% hitting an intraday high and low of of Rs 747 Rs 650 per share, respectively. The stock closed at Rs. 719.50 share apiece higher by 14 percent

Friday, 21 April 2017

Sensex, Nifty close slightly lower as healthcare, FMCG stocks fall

BSE Sensex rose for a second consecutive day on Friday and was on track to gain a small weekly gain as investors hunted for bargains after recent falls, with Reliance Industries leading gainers after the company commissioned a key hydrocarbon unit.
The barometer index, the BSE Sensex, fell 57 points or 0.19% at 29,365.30, while the Nifty50 index fell 17 points or 0.19% at 9,119. Slackness in European stocks dampened sentiment. BSE Small-cap and BSE mid-cap hit record highs, with the Nifty Smallcap-100 index rising 1.1%, while the Nifty Midcap-100 index up 0.6%.
Reliance, HDFC Bank and NTPC gained the most on BSE Sensex while ITC, Sun Pharma, Adani Ports and Cipla were the biggest losers on the index.
HDFC Bank’s shares hit record high of Rs 1,500, up 2.6% on BSE after the bank reported a better growth of 18% in standalone net profit at Rs 3,990 crore for the quarter ended March 2017.
Asian stocks finished mixed from the most recent closing prices. European markets are lower. The rupee was trading at Rs 64.57 against the US Dollar in the afternoon session, while Oil prices were trading at USD 50.67.

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Sensex up 85.82 points, Nifty above 9100; bank stocks fall

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Benchmark indices on Thursday ended on a positive note with the Sensex rising up 85.82 points at 29,422.39, while the NSE Nifty-50 Index was up 32.90 points at 9,136.40.
The broader BSE Midcap and the BSE Smallcap indices outperformed, gaining 0.6% and 1.1%, respectively. The market breadth was positive with 1,813 shares advanced while 1,054 shares declined and 174 shares unchanged.
Grasim Industries, GAIL India, Adani Ports and Bank of Baroda were top gainers on BSE and NSE, while Yes Bank, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank were the top losers. The Bank Nifty closed lower by 0.305 at 21,491.
Nifty Realty index rose 2.1% as the leading sectoral gainer, led by gains in Oberoi, Sobha, Realty and Godrej Property which has risen up to 8% on the NSE.
Aviation companies shares rose, i.e. Inter Globe Aviation (up 7%) Jet Airways (up 6%) Spice Jet (up 10%) after data showed that air traffic during March quarter was 18.6% higher than the corresponding period last year.

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Sensex up 17 points, Nifty closes above 9,100; Power Grid gains

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Key benchmarks ended the Wednesday on a positive note, with the Sensex rose up 17.47 points at 29,336.57, while the NSE Nifty-50 Index was down 1.65 points at 9,103.50. The broader market was depicted strength with the BSE Midcap having gained 0.7% while BSE Smallcap gained 0.8%.
The market breadth was positive, with a number of 1,615 advancing shares against a decline of 1,223 nos, while 181 shares were unchanged, reflecting bullish sentiments floating in the market.
Shares of Power Grid Corpn gained 4.25% to Rs. 210.95, while IndusInd Bank shed 0.68%.  BHEL, Adani Ports, Bharti Infratel and Power Grid were the top gainers on both BSE and NSE, while Hero MotoCorp, Aurobindo Pharma and SBI were the laggards.
European shares were trading on higher note while the Asian stocks edged lower after British Prime Minister Theresa May decided to hold early elections.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Markets extend losses, Sensex down 94 pts, Nifty down 34 pts

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The BSE Sensex settled the day at 29,319, down 94 points, while the NSE Nifty-50 ended at 9,105, down 34 points. In the broader market, the BSE mid-cap down 0.6% and small-cap down 0.7% after hitting their respective record highs. On the BSE, 1,778 shares declined and 1,111 shares rose. A total of 137 shares were unchanged.
Sectorally, the Nifty Realty index down 3.4%,  as the  leading loser, led by losses in Indiabulls Real Estate, HDIL and Unitech going down by 10%, 5.3% and 5% respectively. Nifty PSU Bank settled 0.1 per cent higher.
Reliance Industries outshined TCS’s market capitalization.  The stock settled at Rs 1,370, down 1.5 percent.  TCS ended 0.6% lower ahead of its fourth quarter results due later in the evening.
Gruh Finance Ltd surged 8% after it has posted a 26% rise in March-quarter net profit on Monday. The stock ended at Rs. 394, up 6.5 per cent on the NSE. 
The global markets went higher  on account of  increase in capital inflows, while Asian stock markets finished mixed.. The Indian rupee was trading at Rs 64.57 against the U.S Dollar  in the afternoon session. Oil prices were trading at USD 52.67.

Monday, 17 April 2017

Sensex, Nifty on a Flat Note; Indiabulls Real Estate Soars 40%

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Markets settled today, 17 April 2017, marginally lower dragged by metal stocks, power and PSU stocks. The market sentiments were subdued on account of weak Asian markets.
On closing, the BSE Sensex stood lower by 48 points, while the NSE Nifty settled down 12 points. Meanwhile, the BSE Mid-Cap and Small-Cap finished the race going up 0.2% and 0.5% each.
Sun pharma Ltd fell 2.5% after the US FDA issued its observations without hurdles. Pharma stocks kept its way on a mixed note. Meantime, shares of Natco Pharma Ltd and Aarti Drugs witnessed majority of the buying activity.
Overseas, Asian equities ended mixed, with the US dollar sinking against the yen, following tensions in the Korean Peninsula. The rupee was trading at Rs 64.42 against the  Dollar in the afternoon session. Oil prices were trading at USD 52.76.
The Finance Ministry has endorsed the employees' provident fund interest rate at 8.65% for the 2016-17 financial year, which will benefit over 40 million subscribers EPFO. The fund will witness a surplus after providing 8.65 percent interest rate for the last financial year.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Markets end lower, Nifty closed at 9,203 levels; Tata Steel top Nifty loser

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In Wednesday’s choppy trading session, the NSE Nifty closed 9203 or 0.33%, whereas BSE Sensex closed at 29, 643 levels down by 144 points or 0.49%. There were 1095 advances, 1778 declines and 149 unchanged stocks on NSE reflecting fairly negative bias floating in the market.
Tata Steel Ltd was the top Nifty loser, lower by 2.2% at 477.5 per share, while Bosch Ltd was the top Nifty gainer higher by 3.7% higher at Rs. 23,600 per share.
BSE Mid-cap index closed lower by 0.22% at 14,346 level, whereas BSE Small-cap index closed lower by 0.49% at 14,852 level.
The ITC Limited was touching its intraday high of Rs 285 per share in the afternoon hours today, but later slipped further to close at Rs 281.8 per share down by 0.12%.


Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Sensex rises 213 points, Nifty ends above 9200 ahead of IIP data release

BSE Sensex, Equity Market Update, Today's news update, Money Maker ResearchBSE Sensex rose on Tuesday closing after three successive sessions of falling as recent decliners such as IT stocks regained, but overall sentiment was cautious ahead of the beginning of the earnings season.
The BSE Sensex ended at 29,788, up 213 points, whereas the broader Nifty-50 index closed at 9,237, up 55 points.  The BSE Mid-cap and BSE Small-cap indices gained 0.4% and 1%, respectively. The overall health of the market was positive with  1,719 advancing shares and 1,154 declining shares on BSE. A total of 148 shares were unchanged.
BHEL stock went up 1.2%, Havells India up 1.99%, ABB India rose 3.05%, Bharat Electronics gained  2.32%, L&T up 1.75%), and Siemens gained 0.48%.  Infosys Ltd rose 1.55% It will release its quarter-fourth results on Thursday, 13 April 2017.
Aisa - Europe  stocks declined as tensions prevailing in the Middle East and political vagueness in Europe kept investors on edge, underling safe assets like the yen, gold and treasuries.

Monday, 10 April 2017

Sensex ends 131 pts lower, Nifty below 9200

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The benchmark indices settled the trading Monday on a negative note  with the BSE Sensex was going down 130.87 points at 29,575.74, while the NSE Nifty down 16.85 points at 9,181.45. About 1,764 shares rose against a fall of 1,163 shares, while 128 shares were unchanged. The BSE Mid-Cap index declined 0.08 per cent, while the BSE Small-Cap index advanced 0.63 per cent, outperforming the Sensex.
The IT stocks suffered losses on the Exchanges. Both the Sensex and Nifty hit more than seven days  low in intraday trade. Indices dipped for the third consecutive day today, 10 April 2017.
Tata Motors, Axis Bank, BPCL and IOC were top gainers, while Wipr, Infosys and Indiabulls were top losers.
IT stocks dropped in sluggish market. TCS went down 0.7%, Tech Mahindra Ltd down 0.5%, Wipro down 2.1% and HCL Technologies declined 1.89%.
Liquor stocks were lagging behind after the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan  had said that liquor stocks will be closed across states in a phased manner.

Friday, 7 April 2017

Sensex closes down 221.73 points, Nifty Ends below 9200 on geopolitical concerns

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Benchmark BSE Sensex edged lower, tracking Asian share markets as geopolitical worries grew after the U.S launched cruise missiles against an air base in Syria.
Both indices have gained near 0.8 percent on the week, and are heading for a second successive weekly gain. Telecom major Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular rose near 2.53% and 3.35%, respectively, after their competitor Reliance Jio Infocomm,  announced that  the telecom regulator had asked it to withdraw a three-month complementary offer to subscribers.
The Nifty Realty index rose nearly  1.14% to its highest in nearly two years. Reserve bank of India on Thursday said it has allowed banks to invest in REITs and  InvITs within regulations set by the capital markets regulator.
Indiabulls Housing Finance was down 2.19%, after the company announced that it has allotted its 15th tranche of NCDs aggregating to Rs 1,000 crore on a private placement basis.
The Indian rupee strengthened to a fresh 20-month high against the USD, a day after RBI increased reverse repo rate and conveyed concerns about inflation. The rupee was trading at 64.41, up 0.20%, from previous day’s close of 64.54. It opened at 64.70 a dollar and touched a high of 64.33.

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Nifty above 9250, Sensex Flat; RBI Maintains Status Quo on Repo Rate

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The benchmark indices pared losses on Thursday after the RBI decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.25% in proportion to the market expectations. The Sensex was down 46.90 points at 29,927.34, while the Nifty was down 13.30 points at 9,251.85 on closing. BSE Midcap  gained 0.15%, while BSE Smallcap  was down 0.23%. Market breadth showed gains with 1,476 advances against 1,403 declines on the BSE while a total of 140 stocks remained unchanged.
SBI, ITC and Hindalco were among the top losers, while BHEL, Tata Steel and Zee Entertainment were the top gainers on both BSE and NSE.
Nifty Bank index fell nearly 0.55%. The bank index has grown about 19 % percent this year. Jindal Steel and Power gained nearly 5.22% after posting a 12.3% rise in row, in quarterly consolidated steel production.
Asian markets finished on mixed note The Shanghai Composite gained 0.33%, while the Nikkei 225 led the Hang Seng lesser, falling 1.40% and 0.52% respectively. The Indian rupee was trading at Rs 65.04 against the US dollar in the afternoon session, while the Oil prices were trading at US dollar 51.18.

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Nifty closes at 9274, Sensex closes at 29,974 up 64 points from previous close

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The benchmark indices Nifty closed at 9274.24, up by 27 points. BSE Sensex closed at 29,974.24 levels, up by 64.02 points with just one left for RBI policy announcement. The BSE Midcap rose 0.46% at 14,256 and BSE Smallcap indices rose 1% at 14,785.
The overall market breadth was positive. There were 1965 advances against a 956 declines and a total of 136 shares were unchanged.
Maruti Suzuki and Adani Ports rose above 4 percent each and topped the majors, whereas, HDFC and HCL Tech were the top losers.
Shankara Building Products shares listed at Rs 555 on the NSE, a 21% premium against its issue price of Rs. 460. The stock extended intraday gains to settle 39% higher at Rs. 638 against its Initial Public Offering. 
European and Asian stocks were higher. U.S stock markets closed with small gains yesterday ahead of a key meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping on 6 & 7 April 2017.

Monday, 3 April 2017

Nifty closes over 9200 for first time ever, Sensex closes 90 points

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Indian market registered modest gains in the first trading session of the week. The BSE Sensex, advanced 289 points or 0.98% at 29,910.22, The NSE-Nifty-50 index rose 64 points or 0.7% at 9,237.85. BSE Mid-cap Index closed up 0.6% at 14,189 while, BSE-Small-cap Index closed up 1.2% at 14,620. Reliance, L&T, ICICI, and HDFC were the top contributors to the Nifty gains. About 1244 advanced, 428  shares declined  and 269 shares  unchanged on NSE, reflecting bullish sentiment floating in the market.  L&T was the top Nifty gainer whereas, Bharti Airtel was the top Nifty loser today.  Bharti Airtel closed at Rs 342 p
er share up by Rs 7 and Infosys closed at Rs 1,009 per share up by Rs 11.

Indian rupee strengthened to its highest in nearly 1 ½ years and bonds rallied.  Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) pumped in a record Rs. 57,000 crore in Indian capital markets in the month of March, the biggest monthly total since 2002, as per stocks depository services provider NSDL.

NSE index rose about 0.51% to a record high of 9,220.65 points, exceeding its previous landmark of 9,218.40 points hit on 17 March. The bonds have also rallied, reflecting the benchmark ten-year bond yield down near 14 bps to 6.55%.

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