Mar 12

Daily Market Commentary : 12th March 2015

Indian equity market ended in the positive terrain for the first time after three-day decline with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) raising its growth forecast for the current fiscal to 7.2 per cent. Frontline indice indices ended the day with almost 0.9% gain. Nifty ended at 8,776, surged by 76.05 points while Sensex ended with a gain of over 270 points at 28,930.41.

Insurance companies gained in trades today on hopes that the government would pass the insurance bill in the Rajya Sabha. The bill calls for raising the foreign investment limit in the insurance sector to 49 per cent from 26 per cent.

Shares of ITC jumped on reports that the company has increased prices of its cigarettes by 10% to 25%. Meanwhile state-run banks saw a renewed buying interest a day after the government signalled that it is ready to allow lenders raise funds from the market to meet their capital needs.

USDINR pair plunged by 28 paise in the trade today to close at 62.50.

Among the sectorial indices of Nifty, CNX Media was the top performer, rose by 1.61% followed by CNX FMCG (1.59%) and CNX Realty (1.54%). all other major indices ended in positive territory.

From the Nifty basket, 37 stocks advanced and 13 declined.

Top 5 Nifty Gainers: Cairn (4.83%), Sesa Sterlite (4.57%), NTPC (3.41%), Hindalco (3.18%) and DLF (2.83%).

Top 5 Nifty Losers: Tech Mahindra (-2.11%), M&M (-1.53%), Bajaj Auto (-1.36%), Dr. Reddy (-1.12%) and Coal India (-1.02%).

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Mar 11

Daily Market Commentary – 11th March 2015

Indian equity market moved in a range on Wednesday as gains in telecom stocks over spectrum auctions were offset by a sharp fall in Hindalco Industries over an investigation into the allocation of coal blocks. Frontline index Nifty and Sensex ended at 8,699.95 down by 12 points and 28,659.17 plunged 50 points respectively.

Telecom stocks such as Bharti Airtel gained after operators were seen as having successfully secured most of their spectrum needs at the ongoing auction of mobile airwaves.

However, Hindalco Industries fell to its lowest since May 5, 2014 after a court summoned billionaire Kumar Mangalam Birla, chairman of Aditya Birla Group to which Hindalco belongs and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

The summons were related to the allocation of coal blocks to Hindalco during the previous Congress government, which were later overturned by the supreme court. Hindalco declined to comment.

Among the sectorial indices of NSE, CNX Metal (-1.69%), CNX Pharma (-0.92%) and CNX PSU Bank (-0.69%) were top losers while CNX Realty (0.58%), CNX Finance (0.10%) and CNX Auto (0.06%) were top gainers of the day.

Out of the 50 stocks of Nifty 19 stocks ended in green while 31 ended in red.

Meanwhile USDINR pair ended the day with gain of 2 paisa at 62.78.

Top 5 Nifty Gainers: Bharti Airtel (5.99%), NTPC (3.10%), Tech Mahindra (2.82%), M&M (2.26%) and Kotak Bank (2.09%)

Top 5 Nifty Losers: Hindalco (-5.11%), Cairn (-2.88%), Sesa Sterlite (-2.78%), Tata Steel (-1.87%) and BOB (-1.81%)

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Mar 04

Daily Market Commentary – 4 March 2013

Indian Equity market pared all its early trae gains in afternoon trade with the Sensex falling 213 points to 29,380.73 and the Nifty losing 73 points to 8,992.65. All the sectoral indices, barring healthcare, are in the red with oil & gas and rate-sensitive sectors leading the fall. However, pharma maintained its strong uptrend. Both Sensex and Nifty had risen nearly 3 per cent in the previous four sessions on Budget announcements, which were mostly viewed positively by market participants.

In early trade, the Sensex had breached the 30,000 for first time and hits the fresh high of 30,024.74 by gaining over 400 points and the Nifty, touched life high of 9,119.20 after the Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan in a surprise move decided to cut repo rate by 25 basis points.

The INR remained under pressure due to dollar demand and ended the day at 62.25 down by 33.5 paisa.

Among the sectorial indices of NSE CNX PSU Bank (-3.04%) witnessed the major selling pressure followed by CNX Metal (-2.57%) and Bank Nifty (-1.59%). CNX Pharma (1.32%) and CNX FMCG (0.40%) were only gainers of the day.

Out of the 50 stocks of Nifty 8 shares ended in green and 41 ended in red.

Top 5 Nifty Gainers: Sun Pharma (6.57%), DLF (1.85%), ITC (1.04%), HCL (0.43%) and HDFC (0.29%).

Top 5 Nifty Losers: Sesa Sterlite (-4.75%), NMDC (-4.34%), BOB (-3.74%), CAIRN(-3.71%) and Hindalco (-3.59%)

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