Friday, 24 June 2016

Brexit Wins ; Top Stocks to Watch Nifty above 8050

Brexit is "negative" for the Indian IT industry in the short, and medium-term.The market continued to bleed though it recouped nearly 400 points losses on the Sensex in afternoon trade following recovery in Europe. For more Visit Us or Get Free Trials Just Give One Missed Call @78-79-88-11-22.

The United Kingdom's decision to leave European Union hurt market sentiment globally today. The 30-share BSE Sensex fell 687.60 points or 2.55 percent to 26314.62 and the 50-share NSE Nifty slipped 213.45 points or 2.58 percent to 8057. The market breadth was recovered a bit as about five shares declined for every share falling against earlier ratio of 10:1. 

Although, Gold, Silver, Jeera and few other commodities are having positive leads, but the whole Indian Market is down with heavy losses. In Stock Market, Sensex has dropped by 956 points and currently trading at 26045.23 and Nifty has dropped by 301 points and currently trading at 7969. In Asian Market, Nikkei has dropped around 1268 points (8.47%) and other Asian Indices are also trading with big losses. 

In Stock Market, all the sectors are moving negatively with the no signs of any gainer today. It’s clearly visible the top reason behind this crisis. With the china’s issue, Brexit can take up the market towards recession. In Commodity Market, most of the Mcx and Ncdexcommodities are trading in negative zone, while few are rising up. 

Gold is currently trading at 31708 with the hike of 1794 points (6%) and Silver is trading at 42739 with the hike of 1549 points (3.76%), Crude oil is trading with the loss of 141 points (4.2%). According to experts, doing any trade in panic would not be good for the traders and we need to wait for the left out declarations.

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Brexit day ; Today Indian Stock Market Closing Bell

Today Nifty ends tad below 2016-closing high ahead of Brexit votes Tata Motors, Dr Reddy's Labs, SBI, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank were top gainers while NTPC, Cipla, TCS, Asian Paints and ONGC were losers in the Sensex. 

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Today The Nifty ended tad below 2016 closing ahead of Brexit vote. The 50-share index is up 66.75 points or 0.8 percent at 8270.45. The Sensex was up 236.57 points or 0.9 percent at 27002.22. About 1093 shares have advanced, 1498 shares declined, and 183 shares are unchanged. 

Tata Motors, Dr Reddy's Labs, SBI, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank were top gainers while NTPC, Cipla, TCS, Asian Paints and ONGC were losers in the Sensex. Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Bharat Forge, Hindalco, Infosys, TCS and Tech Mahindra are the stocks that will get impacted by outcome of Britain's referendum. 

According to reports, Indian IT companies get anywhere from 6-18 percent of their revenues from the UK. The UK has traditionally been the gateway for Indian IT firms to enter Europe and they have set up a large presence in the UK to serve the EU markets from their headquarters in London. The United Kingdom is voting today on whether to remain in or leave the 28-nation European Union. 

Monday, 20 June 2016

Live Stock Market News ; Sensex recovers from Rajan's exit news, rupee under pressure

As expected the Indian stock markets opened the week on a bearish note with the rupee tanking nearly 1%, sensex down about 0.6% and government bond yields hardening 3-4 paise, but the recovery in the stock marker was quick, although rupee struggled. Get Live market updates trading tips on or for current market updates just give Missed Call @78-79-88-11-22

After opening about 150 points lower at 26,476, on the RBI governor Raghuram Rajan's decision on Saturday to not seek another term after his current one ends in early September, the index recovered and at 1015IST, it was up 65 points at 26,691.

Indian Rupee, however, was still in the red, trading at 67.54 to the dollar, weaker by about 50 paise from its Friday close. In the bond market, the benchmark yield on the 10-year government bond was at 7.53%, up from 7.50% on Friday. 

The Indian market is still making steady gains after knee-jerk reaction to Reserve Bank of India's governor Raghuram Rajan not continuing for second term. The Nifty is below 8200-mark, up 14 points or 0.2 percent at 8184.20. 

The Sensex is up 66.11 points or 0.2 percent at 26692.02. Infosys, L&T, TCS, Hero MotoCorp and ONGC are top gainers while Axis Bank, Asain Paints, Lupin, ICICI Bank and Coal India are losers in the Sensex.