Sunday, 24 January 2016

Indian equity markets have slipped lower

It is the third consecutive week that the Indian equity markets have slipped lower. Bleak Chinese economy is one of the culprits for the chaos across global markets. China’s economy slowed down to a 25-year low clocking growth of 6.9% in the fourth quarter of 2015. Moreover, weakening Indian currency also hit the sentiment on Dalal Street. But the brakes seem to be applied, albeit temporarily as global cues seem to have picked up their pieces after Indian stock markets ended 2 percent higher on Friday, posting their biggest single-day percentage gain since October as hints of more stimulus measures from the European Central Bank lifted global markets, but still marked a third weekly fall. A recovery in crude oil prices also helped support investors' sentiment. Oil rose 5 percent on Friday to trade above the $30 a barrel mark as bouts of cold weather in the United States and Europe boosted hopes of higher demand.

The 7200 level turned out to be crucial support for the Nifty as the index has staged a smart comeback after hitting low of 7240 during the week. Going ahead, we see multiple resistance levels, with first hurdle at 7470 followed by 7605. Looking to the OI of nifty maximum open interest addition was seen in 7300 and 7200 PUT which act as a support for nifty and for the upper side open interest addition was seen in 7800 call which act as a resistance for nifty.
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Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Crude Oil Update 13 January 2016

It rises for the the first time in eight days. Oil ulls futher away from $30 level. It remains in bearish outlook. Brent crude, the global benchmark was up 24 cents at $31.10 a barrel. The contract fell 69 cents to settle at $30.86 , after bottoming at $30.34 on Tuesday.
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Friday, 8 January 2016

Listing Gains – IRFC is offering 7.53% rate CAPVISION.CO.IN

Listing Gains – IRFC is offering 7.53% rate of interest for its 15-year option, which is also the highest rate of interest for its bonds across all three options. #NTPC issue also carried the same 7.53% rate of interest for its 15-year option.
As you can check from the table above, #NTPC 15-year bonds last traded at Rs. 1,047 on Friday on the #NSE i.e. a 4.7% premium to its issue price. Even if I consider Rs. 12-15 premium to be the accrued interest for the 2-month period since listing, these bonds are still earning a natural premium of approximately 3-3.50%.”

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Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Live India Market Update 05 January 2016

1. Grasim Industries shares were trading 0.66 per cent up at Rs 3,682 after it announced merger of Aditya Birla Chemicals (India) Ltd (ABCIL) with itself.
2. JSW Energy shares were trading 4.10 per cent down at Rs 81.80.
3. Texmaco Rail & Engineering shares were trading 3.51 per cent up at Rs 151.85 after it said that it has entered into definitive agreement and acquired 55 per cent shareholding in Bright Power Projects (India). Pursuant to such acquisition, Bright Power has become a subsidiary of the company with effect from January 4, 2016.
4. Wipro shares were down 0.53 per cent at Rs 555.00 after India’s third-largest software firm reshuffled its top management, appointing Abid Ali Neemuchwala as the new chief executive in place of T K Kurien, who has been elevated as executive vice chairman.

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Friday, 1 January 2016

Equity benchmarks started off the year 2016 on a positive note.

Equity benchmarks started off the year 2016 on a positive note. The Sensex rose 43.36 points to 26160.90 and the Nifty gained 16.85 points at 7963.20 amid thin volumes as global markets shut today.

The broader markets gained 0.9 percent. The market breadth was also strong as about 1971 shares advanced against 856 declining shares on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Tata Motors and Adani Ports topped buying list on Sensex, up 2.7 percent each followed by SBI, L&T, Coal India and BHEL with over a percent gain. TCS, HDFC, HUL, NTPC and GAIL were losers.

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