Wednesday, 31 May 2017

MARKETS SNAP FOUR-DAY LONG RALLY AHEAD OF GDP DATA

Sensex ended at 31,145, down 13 points, while  Nifty closed at 9,621, down 3 points. Indices snapped four-session long gaining streak to end lower on Wednesday after hitting record highs in intraday trade ahead of the gross domestic product (GDP) data for the March quarter due later in the day. Kamdhenu Limited closed higher by 6% at Rs 115.
GLOBAL MARKET:
World stocks are poised to end May up nearly 2%, marking the seventh straight monthly increase and the longest monthly winning streak in over a decade.MSCI's global equity index held steady, while European stocks edged down 0.1% in early trade following Wall Street's dip on Tuesday. Germany's DAX was flat and sterling's weakness helped lift Britain's FTSE 100 by 0.2%.Asian shares drew some support from data that showed activity in China's manufacturing sector grew at the same pace in May as in April, although a sturdy performance from the Japanese yen helped push the Nikkei into the red.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
Sharda Motor Ind
B
2,144.90
+ 20.00
Jindal Poly Films
B
399.10
+ 15.11
Suprajit Enginee
B
291.60
+ 14.02
Goa Carbons
B
154.00
+ 12.86
TCI Ltd.
B
296.60
+ 12.60
Future Lifestyle
B
321.85
+ 12.36
Albert David Ltd
B
322.75
+ 11.50
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
Aries Agro Ltd.
B
141.90
-11.20
Hubtown
B
121.50
-10.00
Intense Technologies
B
105.40
-9.99
Ponni Sugars (Erode)
B
185.20
-9.70
Ahluwalia Contra
B
350.20
-7.03
Asian Hotels (West)
B
190.00
-6.86

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

NIFTY CLOSES NEAR INTRADAY RECORD HIGH; SETTLES ABOVE 9,600

Ending at fresh high for the fourth consecutive session,  Sensex settled at 31,170, up 60 points, while Nifty closed at record high for third straight session. It ended at 9,624, up 19 points. Markets settled the day on fresh highs with Nifty settling above the 9,600 mark for the second consecutive session as arrival of monsoon rains cheere but the gains were capped as the investors booked profit in recent outperformers. Adani Enterprises closed higher by 5.9% at Rs 117.Max Financial Services closed higher by 4.1% at Rs 559. Coromandel Agro Products closed higher by 4.8%. Mangalore Chemicals closed higher by 11.5% 
GLOBAL MARKET:
European geopolitical fears sapped risk appetite, weighing on Asian stocks and lifting safe havens including the yen and gold, though trading was thin with several markets closed for holidays. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.2% following three straight days of losses while Britain's FTSE dropped 0.4% as it reopened following a long weekend. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.2% with US and British markets closed on Monday. China, Hong Kong and Taiwan markets are closed for holidays on Tuesday.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
Saksoft Ltd.
B
230.50
+ 12.63
PG Electroplast Ltd.
B
202.35
+ 11.36
Bharat Gears
B
132.90
+ 11.12
Intrasoft Technologi
B
347.00
+ 7.75
Birla Corporation Lt
B
848.20
+ 7.47
Liberty Shoes Li
B
183.75
+ 7.30
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
Revathi Equipment Lt
B
764.65
-13.67
Electrotherm (In
B
244.00
-10.00
Hubtown
B
135.00
-9.97
DFM Foods Limi
B
1,225.00
-7.75
Sreeleathers Ltd.
B
139.40
-6.76
Lovable Lingerie Ltd
B
221.25
-6.41

Monday, 29 May 2017

NIFTY END AT FRESH CLOSING HIGHS ABOVE 9600

Sensex ended at 31,109, up 81 points, while  Nifty settled at 9,604, up 10 points. Indices extended gains for the third straight session to end at fresh closing highs, while the midcap and smallcap indices snapped two-session long rally to finish lower. PC Jewellers closed at Rs 512.9 per share higher by 13.76%; TBZ closed higher by 2.1% at Rs 93 per share; Gitanjali Gems closed higher by 5.32% at Rs 67.3 per share.
GLOBAL MARKET:
European blue chips eased 0.2%, while Germany's DAX was little changed. Asian markets were lower overall after some early gains that largely shrugged off another missile launch by North Korea, the broad MSCI index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japa dipping 0.2%.Japan's Nikkei edged up 0.2% while Australian shares fell as much as 0.8%, hit by another round of falls in the prices of oil and other commodities. China's markets are also closed on Monday and Tuesday for a holiday.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
Pearl Global Industr
B
136.90
+ 19.98
Hilton Metal Forging
B
27.50
+ 19.83
Maan Aluminium Ltd.
B
149.30
+ 9.98
Kesar Enterprise
B
135.70
+ 9.97
Premier Explos.
B
455.10
+ 9.27
Visaka Indus.
B
385.70
+ 8.36
Suven Life Sciences
B
186.65
+ 6.26
Sreeleathers Ltd.
B
149.50
+ 5.99
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
AksharChem (India)
B
777.65
-14.60
Electrotherm (In
B
266.70
-9.99
Dhabriya Polywood
B
124.05
-9.72
Shreyas Shipping & L
B
304.00
-9.55
Satin Creditcare
B
298.00
-8.45
NCL Industries
B
193.05
-8.31
Jindal Drilling
B
147.60
-8.29

Friday, 26 May 2017

WEEKLY STOCK CASH CALL FOR 29 MAY-02 JUNE

yesterday’s TPLPLASTEH HIT TGT 595 MADE HIGH OF 605!!!
BUY BERGEPAINT ABOVE 250 TGT 270/290 SL 220
Sensex was trading at 31,069, up 320 points, while the Nifty was ruling at 9,603, up 94 points. Markets extended their bullish momentum prevailed in the afternoon deals with Sensex hitting 31,000-mark, and the Nifty scaling 9600-mark following a rally in frontline indices on higher derivative rollover on the first day of June series.HEG closed higher by 20% at Rs 291.65 Swelect Energy Systems closed higher by 19.99% at Rs 421.
HPCL closed higher by 11.4% at Rs 567.3M India closed higher by 7.7% at Rs 14029.
GLOBAL MARKET:
Asian stocks fell, prompting a move away from riskier assets after an OPEC agreement to extend cuts in crude production for a further nine months disappointed investors who had bet on bigger output cuts.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan, which closed at a two-year high on Thursday, fell 0.2% shrinking its weekly gain to 1.45% while Japan's Nikkei lost 0.6%, narrowing its weekly increase to 0.5%.China's CSI 300 slid 0.2% heading for a 2.2% increase for the week. Hong Kong's Hang Seng was flat, on track for a weekly gain of 1.8%.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
HEG Ltd.
B
291.65
+ 20.00
Swelect Energy Syste
B
421.35
+ 19.99
Shreyas Shipping & L
B
336.10
+ 19.99
Panacea Biotec L
B
149.75
+ 14.31
Forbes & Company Ltd
B
1,738.00
+ 11.42
S Chand & Company
B
593.75
+ 10.84
TRF Ltd
B
243.55
+ 10.53
JM Financial Ltd.
B
129.00
+ 10.02
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
Banswara Syntex
B
170.90
-9.19
DFM Foods Limi
B
1,395.00
-6.80
Flexituff Internatio
B
130.30
-5.85
RBL Bank
B
518.00
-5.01
Infibeam Incorp
B
990.00
-4.10
Guj. Alkalie & C
B
425.70
-3.79
Dhabriya Polywood
B
132.00
-3.76