Friday, 9 January 2015

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Sensex rose 0.80 per cent today, tracking gains in other global markets. The Nifty regained the psychological 8300 level after rising 65 points.


Asian stocks gained on Friday on upbeat expectations for the closely-watched U.S. jobs data, while the euro continued to flirt with fresh nine-year lows against the dollar.


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The S&P BSE Sensex surged as much as 233 points in trade on Friday, led by gains in TCSBSE 1.59 %, ITCBSE -0.14 %, Tata Motors, RILBSE 0.73 % and HDFC. 


Tracking the momentum, the 50-share Nifty index also managed to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 8300 supported by gains in metals, oil & gas, realty and auto stocks. 


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India's Tech Mahindra gains 2 pct.Guidance on QoQ revenue growth and outlook would be better than expected - analysts. Infosys kick-starts December-quarter earnings season later in the day.Cross currency shifts may weigh on most IT stocks in December and March quarters - Deutsche Bank .

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Thursday, 8 January 2015

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Indian markets surged today tracking a rally in global markets after upbeat US employment data and a halt to a slide in oil tempered investor risk aversion.

Hopes that the European Central Bank will embark upon bolder stimulus after data showing the euro zone had slipped into deflation also shored up risk assets.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1 per cent.

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The S&P BSE Sensex rallied as much as 341 points in trade on Thursday, tracking Asian markets which were trading higher on upbeat U.S. employment data and a halt to a slide in oil tempered investor risk aversion.

 
Tracking the momentum, the 50-share Nifty index also managed to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 8200, supported by gains in banks, consumer durable, capital goods, IT and realty stocks. 


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Berger Paints India jumps 10.1 pct to an all-time high, Asian Paints gains 1.8 pct.Macquarie initiates coverage on both stocks with "outperform" rating.Says Indian paint industry to grow at a 16 pct CAGR over FY15-17 vs 10 pct in FY12-14 to become a $8.3 bln industry.Crude oil fall and increase in organised segment would aid companies, says Macquarie.Berger Paints stock gains as much as 17 pct this month, including Thursday's rise, Asian Paints rises 4.6 pct this month versus a 10.3 pct fall in Brent crude in January.

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Wednesday, 7 January 2015

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Indian markets were volatile on Wednesday after suffering their worst selloff in over five years on Tuesday. A recovery in Asian markets and some value-buying supported Indian markets. But traders remained cautious on concerns over global growth, amid a continuous slide in crude oil prices.


Market analyst says Nifty has strong support at 8,127 and if 8000 levels are breached, it could slide to 7,800 levels.

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Threats of a slower growth, deflation clubbed with concerns of Greece's exit from the euro zone and tumbling oil prices have compounded worries for global investors. The phenomenon is reflected in the performance of risky assets: nearly $1.2 trillion of equity value (equivalent to approximately 66% of Indian economy) has been wiped out in the first three trading sessions of the new year.


Risk aversion towards risky assets — equities and commodities, in particular — aggravated after the euro broke the important psychological support of 1.20 against the US dollar (1 euro = 1.2 USD) Monday. Analysts believe that weakness in the euro will continue and it may fall to 1 against the dollar in the near term. 


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Credit Suisse upgrades Hindustan Unilever to "outperform" from "neutral" and raises its target to 915 rupees from 800 rupees.JP Morgan raises the stock to "neutral" from "underweight" and the target to 790 rupees from 700 rupees.Motilal Oswal upgrades the stock to "neutral" from "sell".Deutsche bank on Tuesday upgraded the company to "buy" from "hold" and raised the target to 900 rupees from 700 rupee.Brokers cite lower input costs, structurally weaker competitive environment, strong investments in distribution as the key reasons for the upgrades.

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Tuesday, 6 January 2015

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BSE Sensex and Nifty slumped today as a tumble in oil prices roiled global markets. The Sensex fell to over 500 points to 27,330 at its day's low, tracking weak Asian shares tumbled as sliding oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece forced investors out of risk assets.

US crude crashed below $50 a barrel on Monday while benchmark Brent tumbled under $53 after data showed Russian oil output at post-Soviet era highs and Iraqi oil exports near 35-year peaks. The unrelenting slide in oil prices showed little signs of slowing in the New Year, plunging as much as 6 per cent on Monday to hit their lowest since spring 2009, as increased output of US shale oil has exacerbated a global supply glut.


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The S&P BSE Sensex plunged as much as 512 points in trade on Tuesday following Asian markets, which were trading lower as investors are starting to worry that the prolonged slump is signaling a weaker global economy. 


"That fear shook financial markets Monday as oil plunged again, dipping below $50 for the first time in more than five years. The drop prompted a big sell-off, not just among energy stocks, but across the entire stock market." 


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Indian shares fell more than 1 percent on Tuesday to head towards their biggest daily fall in nearly three weeks, tracking lower global shares amid an unrelenting slide in oil prices and political uncertainty in Greece.

ICICI Bank lost 1.7 percent, while Infosys fell 1.6 percent.
The BSE index fell as much as 1.84 percent while the broader NSE index fell as much 1.77 percent, heading to their biggest fall since Dec. 16.

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Monday, 5 January 2015

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BSE Sensex and Nifty edged higher today amid positive momentum on hopes of faster reforms. The BSE Sensex rose over 100 points to 28,013 while Nifty rose to 8,430. But weak global cues capped gains.


India's top bankers had gathered in Pune during the weekend to discuss long-pending reforms vital to improving the health of ailing public sector banks in Asia's third-largest economy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and RBI governor Raghuram Rajan attended the 2-day retreat which ended on Saturday


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India's Larsen & Toubro shares gain 1.5 pct.Citigroup upgrade stock to "buy" from "neutral" and raises target price to 1,849 rupees from 1,707 rupees.


"L&T is now our top India industrial pick, followed by BHEL and Voltas," Citi says in a note.L&T's order inflow prospects list doubling from last year's level- Citi.Upgrade is also based on L&T's preparedness to exploit evolving Indian defence opportunity.

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The government is thinking of asking public sector banks (PSBs) to each form a separate holding company to hold its stake as well as the banks' stakes in their various subsidiaries, as the first step towards a more fundamental reform that could ultimately lead to the nationalised banking sector being freed from majority state ownership.


A senior government official told ET that separate holding companies for each bank will be a precursor to the establishment of a Bank Investment Committee, which will serve as a super holding company of sorts that will exercise control over the various individual holding companies and, in the long term, facilitate the reduction of government stake in these banks to less than 51%. 


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