Thursday, 27 August 2015

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Tracking gains from Wall Street, the S&P BSE Sensex surged over 300 points to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 26000, led by gains in Infosys, ICICI Bank, ITC, HDFC and RIL.The 50-share Nifty index rose over 100 points to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 7900, supported by gains in FMCG, Pharma, IT, banks, realty and oil & gas stocks. 


Citi downgrades Maruti Suzuki to "neutral" from "buy"Sees downside risks to earnings driven by heady valuations,moderate domestic demand and dissipating FX tailwindsStock has 44 buy and 5 hold ratings - Eikon data.Trades at 12-month forward P/E of 20.8x vs 18x of rivals - Eikon data.Separately, sentiment remains underpinned on company's plan to raise FII investment limit in its AGM on Sept. 4.


The market has opened higher riding high on strong global cues. The Sensex is up 392.57 points or 1.5 percent at 26107.23 and the Nifty is up 127.90 points or 1.6 percent at 7919.75. About 461 shares have advanced, 64 shares declined, and 14 shares are unchanged.China markets were also higher today with benchmark index Shanghai Composite trading 1.6 per cent higher. In the previous six days, China shares slumped over 22 per cent, pulling down markets across the globe.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Indian Stock Trading Market News and Analysis

The S&P BSE Sensex slipped over 300 points in trade on Wednesday, led by losses in ICICI Bank, ITC, Tata Motors, HDFC Bank and RIL.Vedanta slashed about 4%, Tata Motors 2%, while IOC was down nearly 2%. Only 2 stocks were trading in green on BSE. 


ICICI Home Finance Co. plans to raise funds selling zero-coupon bonds maturing in 18 months, two merchant bankers told Newsrise on Tuesday. The private lender will pay an internal rate of return of 8.70 percent to investors of this issue.Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd. has raised 3.00 billion rupees through an issue of bonds maturing in three years,merchant bankers told Newsrise on Tuesday. The company will pay an annual coupon of 9.10 percent to investors of these bonds,which have a put option at the end of 15 months, they added.


 The market retreated badly in early trade Wednesday following weakness on Wall Street and volatility in China despite rate cut by People's Bank of China. The Sensex fell 337.22 points or 1.30 percent to 25695.16 and the Nifty lost 87.65 points or 1.11 percent to 7793.05. About 246 shares have advanced, 661 shares declined, and 35 shares are unchanged on the BSE.


Foreign institutional investors sold Indian stocks worth Rs 2,080 crore on Tuesday. They have been heavy sellers of Indian stocks in the past four days, putting pressure on Sensex. In the past four days, they sold Indian stocks worth over Rs 11,000 crore.


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Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Indian Stock and Equity Market News and Analysis

Indian shares rose more than 1 percent in on Tuesday, rebounding from the multi-month lows hit in the previous session as regional markets rebounded despite continued fears that China's economy was risking a hard landing.The broader NSE index gained 1.11 percent after slumping nearly 6 percent and hitting its lowest intraday level since October 2014 on Monday.The benchmark BSE index rose 1.2 percent after hitting its lowest intraday level since August 2014 on Monday.

The 50-share Nifty index rallied over 100 points to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 7900, supported by gains in Pharma, IT, auto, consumer durable and metal stocks. Nikkei is trading at day's high, up 100 points. China's Shanghai Composite is down 4%.


Equity benchmarks rebounded quite strongly, majorly led by short coverying after previous day's rout. The Sensex climbed 308.79 points or 1.20 percent to 26050.35 and the Nifty rose 94.30 points or 1.21 percent to 7903.30. About 488 shares have advanced, 371 shares declined, and 33 shares are unchanged on the BSE.


Domestic sentiments can get a boost if selling momentum by foreign investors wanes, analysts said. Over the last three sessions, foreign investors have sold shares worth nearly Rs 9,000 crore in the cash segment.


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Monday, 24 August 2015

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Indian shares slumped 2.94 percent in pre-open trading on Monday, tracking big falls in their Asian counterparts as a rout in Chinese equities sparked widespread unrest in global financial markets.

The broder NSE index fell 2.94 percent, while the benchmark BSE index was down 2.32 percent. That compared with a 4.6 percent fall in the MSCI Asia-Pacific index of shares excluding Japan.

Chances of Indian equity market bottoming out in the near future cannot be ruled out but danger of making fresh lows would continue to exist, says Sandip Shenoy of Pioneer investcorp. He believes structural bull trend is intact and capital flows will have to return to India since it is the only growth story around. 

However, global situation will make volatility part and parcel of our market at least for next few quarters, Shenoy said. Speaking about the fall,rollovers suggest the market getting ready to rebound in two days.

The Sensex plunged as much as 1,000 points, while the 50-share slipped below the crucial 8,000 levels for the first time in two months. All 50 shares in the Nifty traded in the red, while on the broader BSE 500 index, just one stock traded higher.The trigger for Monday's carnage is the rout in Chinese equities. Shanghai shares dived over 8 per cent to a five-month low, having lost more than 10 per cent so far this month.

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