Thursday, 27 July 2017

NIFTY PARES GAINS TO END FLAT, BUT SETTLES JULY EXPIRY ABOVE 10,000

Indices pared some gains after the Nifty surged past 10,100-mark in intraday trade ahead of the derivatives expiry of the July series. The gains were led by banking stocks with the Bank Nifty crossing its crucial 25,000-mark for the first time ever. HCL Technologies Ltd climbed 4 per cent to its highest since Sept. 30, 2015 after reporting upbeat quarterly results. and HDFC 6.02%, HUL 2.18%, HDFC Bank 1.88%, Kotak Bank 1.09% and State Bank of India 0.9%, while the major losers were Bharti Airtel -3.03%, TCS -2.26%, Dr Reddy's -1.93%, Tata Motors -1.6% and Sun Pharma -1.56%.
GLOBAL MARKET:
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climbed 0.9 per cent to heights not seen since December 2007. It has gained over 5 per cent so far this month.
US stocks climbed modestly on Wednesday to record closing highs after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged and strong earnings reports from Boeing and AT&T.
The US central bank's statement did not dramatically sway Wall Street's major indexes, which hit all-time peaks on a busy day of corporate earnings reports. A slide in financial shares held back gains for the S&P 500.
TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
T Nadu Newsprint
B
381.00
+ 12.77
Rossell India
B
112.50
+ 7.45
Som Distilleries
B
141.00
+ 6.82
Claris Lifesciences
B
391.00
+ 6.79
NOCIL Ltd.
B
139.55
+ 5.20
Dredging Corpora
B
656.80
+ 5.02
SE Investments
B
211.25
+ 4.79
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price
% Change
MEP Infrastructure
B
113.60
-9.91
Kirloskar Pneumatic
B
980.00
-7.07
Alicon Castalloy
B
590.00
-6.47
TRF Ltd
B
232.15
-6.37
GOCL Corporation
B
425.00
-6.13
Sudarshan Chem.
B
413.10
-6.07

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