Tuesday, 28 February 2017

NIFTY END MARGINALLY LOWER AS INVESTORS EYE Q3 GDP DATA

The Sensex settled the day at 28,743, down 70 points, while the broader Nifty ended at 8,880, down 17 points. From the outcome of ongoing assembly polls, especially in Uttar Pradesh (UP), to the statements from the US Federal Reserve, March 2017 is full of events that may prove to be a trigger for the markets. Since December 2016 low, the markets have gained steady ground, with indices the Sensex and the Nifty indices rallying up to 12% each. The up move in the mid-and small-cap segment has been sharper, with their respective gaining nearly 18%. Jindal Stainless was up 9% to Rs 60, extending its 6% gain in past two trading sessions. Tata Teleservices Maharashtra (TTML), TRF, Tata Metaliks and Tata Sponge from Tata Group have rallied between 5% and 20% on the BSE.
GLOBAL MARKET:
Asian shares lost their grip on Tuesday but were still on track for a winning month, bolstered by gains on Wall Street as investors awaited a speech by US President Donald Trump for signals on tax reform and infrastructure spending.European shares edged higher on Tuesday after encouraging earnings releases. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was up 0.1%, while Britain's FTSE was flat.Japan's Nikkei stock index pared its gains but still ended up 0.1%, up 0.4% for February and nearly flat for the year to date, as investors awaited Trump.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Lincoln Pharmace
B
244.40
+ 19.95
Adhunik Industries
B
122.05
+ 14.33
TRF Ltd
B
211.40
+ 14.27
Aurionpro Solutions
B
128.50
+ 12.47
Agarwal Industrial C
B
456.60
+ 9.67
Kothari Products
B
198.75
+ 8.58
IVP
B
134.40
+ 7.87
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Merck Ltd.
B
1,020.00
-6.65
TTK Healthcare Ltd.
B
805.00
-5.53
Sreeleathers Ltd.
B
148.50
-5.17
Coral India Finance
B
136.00
-5.16
Supreme Infrastructu
B
99.00
-4.26

Monday, 27 February 2017

SENSEX ENDS LOWER, NIFTY BELOW 8,900

weekly VENKEYS call rocks HIT TGT 890 MADE HIGH OF 896!!!
The  indices extended losses to settle the day lower as investors remained on the sidelines ahead of the US president Donald Trump's speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night. The Nifty ended below its crucial 8,900 mark as private bank stocks slid. It quoted 8,896, down 43 points at close. The Sensex settled at 28,812, down 80 points. Gayatri Projects rose over 4%.GMR Infrastructure rose as much as 7.4% to its highest since January 6, 2016 .Reliance Industries (RIL) rallied 5% to Rs 1,239, hitting an over 8-year high.
GLOBAL MARKET:
Asian markets ended lower as investors looked ahead to Trump's speech to Congress for details of promised tax cuts and infrastructure spending. Japan's nikkei shed 0.9%, while China's Shanghai Composite and Hong Kong's Hang Seng index slipped 0.7% and 0.2%. Australia was off 0.3%.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
SIL Investments Ltd.
B
160.50
+ 20.00
Bharat Rasayan
B
2,746.75
+ 15.86
Jay Bharat Marut
B
401.55
+ 13.02
Lumax Inds.
B
1,353.00
+ 10.64
Adhunik Industries
B
113.80
+ 9.48
Uniply Industries
B
327.75
+ 8.69
TOP LOSERS:



Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Palred Technologies
B
104.00
-5.11
Intrasoft Technologi
B
347.00
-5.02
Aurionpro Solutions
B
113.00
-3.75
India Tourism De
B
392.40
-3.74
Crompton Greaves Con
B
192.85
-3.74

Thursday, 23 February 2017

WEEKLY STOCK CASH TIP FOR 27 FEB- 02 MAR

BUY VENKEYS ABOVE 870 TGT 890/920 SL 855
Indices settled the day on a flat note amid a volatile session thanks to gains in IT and telecom sectors following the expiry of February derivative contracts.Nifty ended positive for the fifth consecutive week but failed to close above its 52-week high level of 8,970., which was hit during intra-day for the first time since September 2016 during the day. The Sensex ended 28 points higher at 28,893 and the Nifty closed 13 points higher at 8,940. Telecom was the leading sectoral gainer, up over 2% at close. Bharti Airtel pared gains but still ended 1.7% higher, after the stock touched its upper circuit, surging over 11% on acquisition of Telenor India. Idea Cellular also jumped over 7% while RCom was up over 5%.
GLOBAL MARKET:
Asian stocks eased from a 19-month high on Thursday, while the dollar made an uneven recovery from losses suffered after Federal Reserve minutes indicated a cautious approach to raising US interest rates. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged down almost 0.1 per cent having jumped to its highest level on Wednesday since July 2015.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Jamna Auto Inds.
B
218.65
+ 9.27
Vardhman Holdings
B
2,673.00
+ 7.68
RBL Bank
B
456.85
+ 7.17
Crompton Greaves Con
B
200.35
+ 6.63
EIH Associated
B
339.00
+ 6.10
Maha. Seamless
B
330.20
+ 6.00
Jyothy Laboratories
B
374.90
+ 5.74
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Orbit Exports Li
B
149.75
-6.41
Crest Ventures
B
118.75
-5.00
Aries Agro Ltd.
B
158.45
-4.98
Kennametal India
B
585.95
-4.97
Blue Coast Hotels L
B
128.50
-4.53
Palred Technologies
B
108.15
-4.46

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

NIFTY ENDS ABOVE 8,900 AHEAD OF FEB F&O EXPIRY

The indices on Wednesday pared some intraday gains but closed higher for the sixth straight session thanks to over 11% surge in index heavyweight Reliance Industries even as broader indices finished lower ahead of the F&O expiry of February series due tomorrow. The Sensex settled the day at 28,864, up 103 points, while the broader Nifty ended at 8,926, up 19 points. RIL stock hogged the limelight with it spiking as much as 11% to Rs 1212, hitting its 8-year high, after investors welcomed plans by its telecom unit Reliance Jio to start charging customers for services. 
GLOBAL MARKET:
European shares climbed to a new 14-month high. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was up 0.5% at 375.19 points, while Germany's DAX was up 0.4%. Among Asian markets, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.6%, South Korea's Kospi added 0.15%, Singapore advanced 0.7% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.9%. Japan's Nikkei bucked the trend and shed 0.1%.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Arcotech Ltd.
B
730.05
+ 16.03
PDS Multi. Fashions
B
152.50
+ 15.93
Rupa & Company L
B
304.05
+ 12.99
Reliance Ind.Inf
B
451.10
+ 11.52
Orient Cement Ltd.
B
145.60
+ 9.39
Avanti Feeds Lim
B
647.55
+ 8.69
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
ITD Cementation Indi
B
150.15
-6.62
Zodiac Clothing
B
185.00
-4.61
Flexituff Internatio
B
205.05
-4.49
Future Retail L
B
234.05
-4.47
Indian Metal & F
B
630.05
-4.35