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Friday, 12 September 2014

Sensex reclaims 27000 amid consolidation; Cipla top gainer


4:30  PM: Sensex reclaims 27000 amid consolidation; Cipla top gainer

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Benchmark indices managed to clock marginal gains amid consolidation on Friday as investors remained cautious ahead July industrial output and August CPI data due later in the day.

The 30-share BSE Sensex reclaimed 27000 level, up 65.17 points to close at 27061.04 and the 50-share NSE Nifty too climbed above 8100-mark, rising 19.80 points to 8105.50. The broader markets continued to hold positive momentum with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices gained 0.2 percent 0.5 percent, respectively.

The consolidation may continue in near term but sharp upside won’t be possible at least till the government dilutes stake in big names ONGC and Coal India, say experts, adding the 8150 will act as a resistance and 7800 as a strong support.

“Largecaps have so far had a good run but with these sorts of largecap paper supplies coming through, even though this rally at the moment looks unstoppable that (paper supplies) might be a trigger that forces market to stall here if not move lower,” said Gaurav Mehta, VP - Institutional Equities, Ambit Capital. He feels from a very near-term point of view, this market is getting a bit too complacent.

As far as medium to long term perspective is concerned, the market is in a structural uptrend. For the last 12-15 months, he has been very positive on Indian equities and he continues to remain so for the next 12 months as well.

His year-end (FY15) target stands at 30,000 on the Sensex. For the week, the Sensex and Nifty closed flat but the broader markets beat benchmarks with the CNX Midcap and BSE Smallcap indices surging 3 percent and 5 percent, respectively. Investors will closely watch the outcome of FOMC’s two-day meet scheduled to begin on September 16.

Drug maker Cipla was the biggest gainer in last couple of hours of trade, up 6.4 percent followed by ITC, HDFC, Bharti Airtel, State Bank of India, Maruti Suzuki, Sesa Sterlite and Hero Motocorp with 1-2 percent.

However, drug maker Sun Pharma continued to fall for the second straight day, down 2 percent in addition to 5 percent loss in previous session on surprise audit of Halol facility in Gujarat by USFDA team. Its subsidiary Taro Pharmaceutical has recalled an anti-clotting drug, Warfarin generic from the US markets due to USFDA concerns on quality.

Among others, shares of Larsen and Toubro, Hindalco Industries, NTPC and Tata Power fell 1-2 percent.

In the midcap space, Exide Industries, Indraprastha Gas, Bhushan Steel, Aurobindo Pharma, Eicher Motors, M&M Financial, Britannia, Union Bank, Amara Raja Batteries, Chennai Petroleum, Gujarat Pipavav, GSFC and Carborundum Universal gained 2-9 percent.
Oracle Financial surged over 6.5 percent as it declared second interim dividend of Rs 485 per share. About 1725 shares advanced while 1338 shares declined on the Bombay Stock Exchange.


Sensex, Nifty open flat; Wipro, HDFC, ONGC top gainers



9:20 AM: Sensex, Nifty open flat; Wipro, HDFC, ONGC top gainers

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The market has opened marginally higher. The Sensex is up 28.47 points at 27024.34 and the Nifty is up 1.35 points at 8087.05. About 607 shares have advanced, 152 shares declined, and 29 shares are unchanged.

Wipro, TCS, HDFC, ONGC and ICICI Bank are top gainers.Sun Pharma, Sesa Sterlute, HDFC Bank, GAIL and Hero are major laggards.

The Indian rupee opened flat at 60.97 per dollar against the previous day close of 60.92.The dollar hovered below a 14-month peak against a basket of major currencies as the sell-off in sterling and the euro tapered off, but commodity currencies remained under pressure.

"Expect investors to trade cautiously and track the market closely at higher levels. Rupee is expected to trade rangebound to slightly weak tracking the local equity movement. See a range of 60.50-61.50/dollar."

IIP for July and CPI for august will be released today. IIP falling to 1.7 percent month on month primarily due to weak core sector data and base effect. CPI on the other hand is likely to soften to 7.7 percent mainly on account of food inflation. Core inflation will be key and could surprise with market expectation anywhere between 6.9 percent to 7.3 percent.

In the US, stocks cut losses to close mixed as geopolitical tensions lingered ahead of consumer data. Boosted by low oil prices, transports also gained and helped stocks turn positive.

In commodities, crude prices rebounded from multi-month lows as global tensions and profit-taking momentarily outweighed fears about ample supply. Separately IEA expects global oil demand to grow by 0.9 million barrels a day in 2014. That's a drop of 65,000 barrels per day, compared with last month's forecast.

From precious metals space, gold logged its fourth straight daily loss yesterday, weighed by increasing speculation that the US Federal Reserve could soon raise rates sooner than expected. It was trading around USD 1240 an ounce.


Thursday, 11 September 2014

Profit booking drags Sensex below 27K; mid & smallcap shine

4:30 PM: Profit booking drags Sensex below 27K; mid & smallcap shine
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Equity benchmarks fell for the third consecutive session on Thursday but the broader markets retained their outperformance supported by fertiliser, PSU banks, technology, auto and auto ancillary stocks.

The 30-share BSE Sensex closed below the 27000 level, down 61.54 points to 26995.87 while the 50-share NSE Nifty fell 8.40 points to 8085.70. However, the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices were up 1-1.5 percent. The Midcap index gained for the ninth consecutive session while Smallcap rallied for the fifth straight day.

Experts feel the current pullback is a good thing as it would help the market to consolidate and build a strong base for the next leg of upmove. Infact, they advise buying on these dips because fundamentals of the economy started improving.

" I don't think the correction worries me at all . On the contrary it is quite positive... it gives an opportunity to people who were left out, it gives an opportunity for the additional money to come in at lower price points, lower valuations," said Kunj Bansal, ED & CIO, Centrum Wealth Management, adding that overall the market continued to be in an uptrend.

According to Nitin Jain, principal investment manager, Kotak Mahindra (UK) Partner, earnings growth will be the key driver for Indian stock market from hereon.

State-run oil & gas producer ONGC, top coal miner Coal India and hydro power generation company NHPC were down 3.6 percent, 3.5 percent and 4.9 percent, respectively after cabinet committee on economic affairs approved stake sale in these companies. The government will sell 5 percent stake sale in ONGC, 10 percent in Coal India and 11.36 percent in NHPC.

Drug maker Sun Pharma topped the buying list, down 4.3 percent on US drug regulator's surprise audit at the company’s Halol facility (which contributes 40 percent of US sales and 25 percent to consolidated profit) in Gujarat. In a ripple effect, Ranbaxy Labs, which is going to be a subsidiary of Sun soon, fell 4.6 percent.

Tata Motors declined 0.4 percent on reporting 11 percent degrowth month-on-month in August sales by UK subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover. Utility vehicle maker Mahindra and Mahindra fell for the second day, down 0.65 percent.
Top private sector lenders ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank saw marginal loss but rival Axis Bank gained 0.2 percent as Macquarie maintains outperform rating on the stock with a target price of Rs 447. According to the brokerage, the stress on incremental asset quality of the bank is easing.

However, PSU banks saw huge buying interest with the top lender State Bank of India gaining 1.9 percent. Syndicate Bank, Union Bank, Bank of India, OBC and Allahabad Bank gained 2.5-4 percent.

Among others, state-run power equipment maker BHEL, private power producer Tata Power, FMCG major HUL and two-wheeler maker Hero Motocorp climbed 1-1.5 percent.

Largecap IT stocks were mixed in trade but midcap IT names were strong in trade. TCS and Wipro fell 0.3 percent and 1.4 percent, respectively while Infosys rose 0.4 percent but Polaris Financial Technology and HCL Infosystems rallied 5 percent each. In the broader space, new F&O additions like Eicher Motors, Motherson Sumi, Mindtree, SKS Microfinance and TVS Motor rallied 2-9 percent.
Fertiliser stocks too were in action today with the GNFC, Chambal Fertilisers, Coromandel International, FACT, Madras Fertiliser, National Fertilisers and Zuari Agro Chemical surged 4-11 percent.
Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals was locked at 20 percent upper circuit on company’s bullish outlook and confidence. In an analyst and fund manager meet the management said turnover of the company will rise to Rs 15000 crore over next five years. It is expecting FY15 to deliver almost 100 percent growth in profitability as fertiliser business has picked up.

Among others, HOEC, Future Consumer, Texmo Pipes, Balaji Telefilms, Gabriel India, Maxwell Industries, Abbott India and Infinite Computer spiked 10-20 percent. About two shares advanced for every one share declining on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Nifty closes below 8100, heavyweights drag Sensex 208 pts

4:30  PM: Nifty closes below 8100, heavyweights drag Sensex 208 pts


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Worries of Federal Reserve probably raising interest rates earlier than expected and profit booking spooked the Indian equity benchmarks. The rupee also saw depreciation against dollar.

The market extended losses for the second consecutive session today following Monday’s 293 points rally on the Sensex. The index lost 207.91 points or 0.76 percent to 27057.41 while the Nifty closed below the 8100 level, down 58.85 points or 0.72 percent.

However, the broader markets outperformed benchmarks with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices rising 0.08 percent and 0.6 percent, respectively.

The market saw some profit booking and consolidation after hitting record highs on Monday, which may continue for some more time, believe experts. However, they don’t rule out market hitting new record highs going ahead.

“Markets seem to be taking a much needed pause and consolidating, which could potentially provide good entry points and a renewed vigor for its journey northwards,” said Devang Mehta, senior VP & Head - Equity Advisory, Anand Rathi Financial Services.

According to him, the mood seems to be buoyant and sentiment upbeat with good all-round participation by various set of investors. Good quality midcaps which still have decent valuation and price upside are coming to the fore, he added.

Meanwhile, the rupee touched nearly one month low of 61.02 against dollar intraday, though it recovered in late trade.

On the sectoral front, banking and financials (barring ICICI Bank), capital goods, oil and gas, cigarette and FMCG stocks declined while metals and shipping stocks saw buying interest.

Shares of Cairn India, Infosys, Reliance Industries, HDFC, Larsen and Toubro, HDFC Bank, TCS, Hero Motocorp and Coal India were prominent losers, down 1-2.7 percent.

Utility vehicle maker Mahindra and Mahindra declined 1.4 percent as Kotak Institutional Equities cut rating on the automaker to reduce from add, lowering the target price to Rs 1,310 from Rs 1,404 apiece. Kotak said M&M lost 13 percent market share in the utility vehicle segment over the past two years, describing that as a "significant loss".

Cigarette producers like ITC, Godfrey Phillips and VST Industries declined 2-6 percent on reports of government tightening norms to put a check on smoking.

However, top private sector lender ICICI Bank bucked the trend, up 1.5 percent as the bank announced the sub-division of shares from Rs 10 to Rs 2. Sesa Sterlite, Bajaj Auto and Tata Power were other gainers, rising 1-1.6 percent.

Shipping stocks like shipping stocks Bharati Shipyard, Mercator, Varun Shipping and SCI surged 5-19 percent as in a bid to promote domestic shipbuilding industry, the government is mulling a financial assistance scheme, which could include a shipbuilding fund to provide soft loans to players.


Largest private sector shipbuilder ABG Shipyard gained 13 percent as it will receive Rs 650 crore infusion from lenders by this month-end as part of the Rs 10,000-crore debt recast deal worked out in March, a top company official has said. Advancers beat decliners on the Bombay Stock Exchange by a ratio of 1743 to 1272.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Sensex, Nifty retreat but midcap gains; FMCG rises, IT dips

4:30 PM: Sensex, Nifty retreat but midcap gains; FMCG rises, IT dips

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Equity benchmarks on Tuesday retreated from record closing high seen in previous session but the broader markets outperformed with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices rising 0.5 percent and 0.3 percent, respectively.

There is enough risk appetite among investors for small and midcap shares even after the recent rally.

Overall it was a consolidation day with a negative bias due to profit booking. The 30-share BSE Sensex fell 54.53 points to close at 27265.32 while the Nifty stayed above the 8150 level, down 20.95 points at 8152.95.

Capital goods, realty, technology, oil & gas and two-wheeler stocks saw selling pressure while the support was seen from FMCG, power and Tata group stocks.

Shares of ICICI Bank, Infosys, L&T, ONGC, Hero Motocorp, Bajaj Auto and Wipro were prominent losers in the Sensex, down 1-1.5 percent.

However, FMCG majors ITC and Hindustan Unilever gained 1.3 percent and 0.6 percent, respectively.

 Jindal Steel and Coal India gained 1-2 percent ahead of SC hearing that announced after market hours. Supreme Court reserved its order in coal block allocation case but has not given any date to pass the order. Steel and power producers sought for appointments of Judicial Committee for fact findings. However, Hindalco and Sesa Sterlite declined 0.7 percent each.

Tata Motors, the owner of Jaguar Land Rover, climbed 1.3 percent after JLR last night launched the new Jaguar XE targeting the entry level premium segment.

Drug maker Cipla was up 2 percent on announcement of a commercial collaboration with UK-based S&D Pharma to enter Czech Republic and Slovakia.

In the broader space, Ashok Leyland shot up 5.44 percent on bagging orders (for 4000 buses) worth Rs 1,500 crore from state transport undertakings while Sadbhav Engineering surged 8 percent on board approval for fund raising upto Rs 250 crore. Both stocks touched record high of Rs 41.30 and Rs 233.90, respectively.

Punj Lloyd gained another 8 percent, in addition to 10 percent upside in previous session after getting Rs 3,515 crore order from Petronas’ subsidiary in Malaysia.


Advancers beat decliners on the Bombay Stock Exchange by a ratio of 1668 to 1341.

9:17 AM: Share Market tips Nifty open in red; Infosys falls 1%, Bharti weak

9:17 AM: Share Market tips Nifty open in red; Infosys falls 1%, Bharti weak


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 After hitting record high yesterday, the market has opened in red. The Sensex is down 23.79 points at 27296.06 and the Nifty is down 14.35 points at 8159.55. About 556 shares have advanced, 140 shares declined, and 35 shares are unchanged.

Infosys, Bharti, Tata Steel, Hindalco and Sesa Sterlite are top losers in the Sensex. The Indian rupee opened on a weak note and has slipped by 14 paise to 60.43 per dollar as against previous day's closing value of 60.29 a dollar.

Ashutosh Raina of HDFC Bank said, "The US dollar posted strong gains across the board, with Euro, Yen and Pound hitting troughs and USD Index just short of it's high of 84.75 hit in July 2013. Strong FII flows and suspected Central Bank intervention have ensured that rupee consolidates in 60-61/dollar range."

The dollar traded at 14-month highs against a basket of major currencies, benefiting from a run in Sterling and after a Federal Reserve study sparked more buying interest. Giving bulls a boost, a research from the San Francisco Fed noted that investors are pricing in a lower trajectory for interest rate rises than members of the Fed itself.

In the US, stocks mostly declined, with energy producers leading losses on oil's drop to a multi-month low, as investors retreated after a fifth week of gains.

And in Europe, shares closed lower after weak trade data from China and concerns about the Scottish independence vote.