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Friday, 31 March 2017

Sensex eases as April series eyes negative note; RIL top gainer

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The benchmark Index Nifty-50 pared all its initial losses to settle the first day of the April Future & Option series flat as investors booked profits in recent outperformers. On closing Friday, the BSE Sensex ended at 29,620, down 27 points, while the broader Nifty50 ended flat unchanged at 9,173.
The broader market outshined with the BSE Midcap going up 0.8% and the BSE Smallcap going up 0.7% and hit their fresh lifetime highs. On BSE, about  1620 shares rose and 1121 shares fell while  232 shares were unchanged.
Reliance Industries Ltd, SBI, HCL Technologies and Adani Ports from the Nifty50 index  hit their respective 52-week highs on the NSE. Reliance was the top gainer both on the Sensex & Nifty ending 4% higher at Rs 1320. Reliance’s telecom venture Reliance Jio’s  prime membership offer is set to expire today.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Sensex rises 116 pts; Nifty settles March F&O series at record high


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The benchmark indices continued their rising flash for third consecutive session after the Lok Sabha approved four legislations to give shape to the GST bill. The BSE Sensex, rose 116 points or 0.39% to 29,647.42, The NSE Nifty index rose 29.95 points or 0.18% to 9,173.75. Trading was volatile in consideration of March series expiry.
In the broader markets, the BSE Mid-Cap index rose 0.39%, while The BSE Small-Cap index rose 0.95%, outperforming the Sensex.
Logistics shares rose higher after the passage of the GST bills. Allcargo Logistics rose 4.4% while VRL Logistics shot up 4.3% and GATI gained 2.5%.
Auto stocks including Hero MotoCorp Ltd and Ashok Leyland Ltd recovered from steep losses after the Supreme Court banned sale of new vehicles with older Euro-III fuel technology from April 1.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Sensex, Nifty end higher ; Auto stocks fell, Bank shares edged higher


Stock Market Closing, Money Maker Research, Auto Stocks
Benchmark indices settled the day on a positive note as investors were not very bullish ahead of March Future & Option series’ expiry. The Sensex, rose 131.71 points or 0.45% to 29,541.23. The Nifty-50 index rose 43 points or 0.47% to 9,143.80. Robust inflow from foreign portfolio investors in Indian equities also boosted investors' sentiment.
Gains in banking stocks pushed the key indices higher. ICICI Bank climbed 1.97% to Rs 282.40. HDFC Bank spiraled 0.84% to Rs 1,430.65. Bharti Infratel was the top Nifty gainer, while Hero MotoCorp was the top Nifty loser in today’s trading session.
Auto stocks fell after the Supreme Court banned sale of existing stocks of Bharat Stage III vehicles from 1 April 2017.
There were 597 advancing stocks , 824 declines and 351 unchanged stocks on the exchange, reflecting bearish undertone floating in the market.





Monday, 27 March 2017

Nifty below 9,050; Shares fall down on weak global cues

Money Maker Research, Nifty Future Tips, Share Advice, BSE, NSETrading on Monday began on a downbeat note as domestic shares reflected weakness in other global stock markets. The BSE Sensex, fell 187.96 points or 0.64% to 29,233.44. The NSE Nifty50 index fell 62.80 points or 0.69% to 9,045.20, dragged by fall in IT and pharma stocks on strong rupee sentiment. Sentiment also affected  after private weather forecaster Skymet issued a statement today forecasting India's monsoon in 2017 is likely to remain below normal at 95% of the long period average of 887 mm for the four-month period from June - September.
The BSE Mid-Cap index fell 0.27% while the BSE Small-Cap index fell 0.06%.  On BSE, 1630 shares declined and 1158 shares advanced and a total of 231 shares were unchanged. Reliance Industries Ltd fell 3% after it was caught on fraudulence in taking a short trading position at the time of selling a stake in a unit in 2007. 
Asian stocks declined as investors were worried about the Trump's administration's inability to push through its policy initiatives.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today tabled supplementary GST legislations in Parliament amid protests from the members of the Congress Party.
 

Friday, 24 March 2017

Nifty ends at 9,100; Sensesx closes high led by banking stocks

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The key benchmark indices on its closing Friday settled higher led by  gains in banking stocks following news reports that the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has announced to offer a solution to the growing non-performing assets  crisis in next few days.
The BSE Sensex ended at 29,421.40, up 89.24 points, while the broader Nifty50 settled at 9,108, up 21.70 points. Both the indices registered  their first weekly loss in March, retreating from a record high attained last week.
In the broader market, the BSE Midcap ended 0.1% down, while the BSE Smallcap index gained 0.3%.  On the BSE, 1471 shares declined against  1,346 advancing shares and a total of 218 shares were unchanged.
Bank stocks advanced. ICICI Bank rose 3.28%, Kotak Mahindra Bank rose 1.2%, Axis Bank up 0.49% among others.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Sensex closes up 164 points, Nifty 0.62% higher on recovery in global markets


Money Maker Research, Investment Advisory, Nifty Trading TipsBSE Sensex closed higher by 164 points, or 0.56%, to 29,332, while the NSE Nifty rose 55.85 points to 9,086.30. Sensex rose today tracking a recovery in global markets with energy shares leading the gains, whereas financial and auto shares bounced back. Key indexes had on Wednesday clocked their highest intraday loss in over 2 months, boosted by a slump on the Wall Street due to a lack of clarity in Trump’s economic policies. U.S shares picked up on Wednesday while Asian stocks rose on Thursday, taking signals from gains on Wall Street.
Share price of NTPC finished on an cheerful note, up 2.3%, after the company reported seeking to buy the federal government's stake in hydro-power producer SJVN Ltd. to increase the share of non-fossil fuel generation capacity.
Share price of Cairn India surged 2.7% after the government approved a policy for extending the term of more than two dozen oil & gas production contracts signed in a bid to bolster energy security. The move is expected to obtain an additional investment of about USD 5.43 billion.
The rupee was trading at Rs 65.42 against the US Dollar in the afternoon session. Oil prices were trading at US Dollar 48.35 at evening.


Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Sensex closes down 318 points, Nifty 1% lower on concern over Trump’s policies

Sensex dropped for a third consecutive session on Wednesday as banking and automobile shares fell. Asian stocks fell as worries on Donald Trump’s economic growth agenda provoked investors to dump risky assets looking for safe havens such as government bonds. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.3%.
On closing, the barometer index, the BSE Sensex, lost 317.77 points or 1.08% at 29,167.68, while the Nifty 50 index was down 91.05 points or 1% at 9,030.45. Stocks in the metal and banking sectors had rose up to a high extent. About 990 shares advanced, 1822 shares declined and about 194 shares remained unchanged.
Auto stocks lost traction with M&M Ltd and Tata Motors falling 2% and 1.4%, respectively, to pull down the NSE index. Bharti Airtel was among the top losers on both the NSE and BSE indices, dipping nearly 3%.

Friday, 17 March 2017

Nifty ends at record close 9150


Money Maker Research, GST, ITC, Market Update, Today's Stocks news
Key Benchmarks ended the week end on a flat note after registering fresh highs intraday as investors are likely to have booked profits in the rally seen during the week. The BSE Sensex settled the day at 29,649, up 63 points, while the broader Nifty50 ended at 9,160, up 6.35 points or 0.07%. The market breadth was downbeat. About 1,225 shares advanced, while 1,593 shares declined, and 204 shares are unchanged.
The cigarette maker ITC rose over 7% at intra-day after the GST Council capped the tax on tobacco products.  ITC ended 4.6% higher along with other cigarette stocks such as Godfrey Phillips, and Golden Tobacco gained today on the BSE. Telecom index was the top sectoral laggards, going down 2.7% with Bharti Airtel dragging the index.  PSU banks and telecom stocks also witnessed a fall.
Overseas, European stocks edged lower since investors take a sigh from a global equity market rally that has pressed U.K stocks to record highs.


Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Sensex, Nifty tepid as Fed rate decision eyed

Benchmark indices continued to be indifferent in the afternoon trade as investors awaited Federal Reserve rate decision due tonight. The S&P BSE Sensex, was down 44.52 points or 0.15% at 29,398.11, while the Nifty 50 index was down 2.20 points at 9,084.80, on closing. The BSE Mid-Cap index rose 1.06% and the BSE Small-Cap index rose 0.66%. Both the index outperformed the Sensex. The market breadth, signaling the overall health, was positive. About 1,411 shares advanced against 1,398 declining shares on the BSE. A total of 188 shares were unchanged.
IT stocks were the main laggards today on surging rupee. BSE IT was down 1.8% dragged by TCS and Infosys going down 2% each and making them the big losers on BSE Sensex.
US stocks crossed lower yesterday, 14 March 2017, as a continual slump in oil prices that put pressure on energy shares and as investors await the outcome of the two-day Federal Reserve's policy meeting later today. The probable increase in interest rate would be the first of likely three this year.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Live market Update, Sensex at 29,007 Levels

The benchmark BSE Sensex down about 41.14 points at 29007.05, at 10.50 am Tuesday, while NSE Nifty is trading at 8,945 down 17.70 points. The BSE Mid Cap index rose 0.03% and BSE Small Cap down 0.10%. On the BSE, 1,055 shares rose and 1,007 shares declined and a total of 94 shares were unchanged.
Overseas, Asian stocks registered a mixed trend along with weak closing on the Wall Street overnight.  US stocks recorded modest losses on Monday, 6 March 2017, as the possibilities of tighter monetary policy from the Fed Reserve sunk in for investors.
The Commodity precious metal Gold futures tumbled under Rs 29,000 levels on MCX on Monday as poor global cues hurt sentiments. COMEX Gold down near 2½ Week low yet again on sound economic data and Federal rate hike concerns.
In domestic markets, Crude Oil prices were down 0.03% to Rs 3, 555 per barrel. The prices of Crude Oil tested a high of Rs 3,574 per barrel and a low of Rs 3, 530 per barrel.