Friday, September 4, 2015

Daily Currencies Market Report 04 September

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GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP

    * Asian Stocks were varied on Friday as concern about a U.S. jobs note jostled with signs from the European Central Bank that it is willing to take further steps to shore up the European wealth.

    * The euro nursed sufferers early on Friday, having come under broad stress after the European Central Bank gave a sobering review of the euro area wealth and recommended it may have to beef up its already massive spur program.

    * Oil prices pleased in Asian trade on Friday as investors curved cautious in front of U.S. jobs records soon in the day which is expected to play into the Federal Reserve's decision on the timing of any U.S. cost hike.

    * U.S. Treasuries costs increased humbly on Thursday after a dovish view from the European Central Bank made U.S. government debt more attractive than European counterparts, but concern in front of Friday's monthly U.S. employment note limited increases.

Today’s Outlook: USDINR is trading with unpredictability from last few trading sessions on the account of worldwide tumult. Trend gauges like RSI, stochastic are soothing for long players while china is on leave. For day, traders are recommend to stay patience and go for long. Report by Swastika Investmart Stock Brokerage Company India

    LOCAL MARKETS PREVIOUS CLOSE

    * BSE index 25,764.78 (up 1.22 pct)

    * NSE index 7,823.00 (up 1.37 pct)

    * Rupee 66.24/25 per dollar (66.1850/1950)

    * 10-year bond yield 7.75 pct (7.75 pct)

    * 5-year OIS rate 6.93 pct (6.92 pct)

    * 1-year OIS rate 7.26 pct (7.26 pct)

    * Call money 6.30/6.35 pct (6.50/6.55 pct)

    KEY DEALS

    * Tube Investments of India Ltd plans to increase 1.00 billion rupees ($15.1 million) selling bonds growing in 3 years, 3 merchant bankers said on Thursday. The company would offer an yearly voucher of 8.90% to shareholders of this issue, they said.

    * India's Andhra Bank plans to increase 5 billion rupees through Basel III compliant Tier II bonds maturing in ten years, 3 merchant bankers said. The state-run lender invited bids from merchant bankers to set the yearly voucher on the bonds.

    KEY FACTORS/EVENTS TO WATCH

    * India bank lending and foreign exchange reserves records to be published at 1130 GMT.

    LIQUIDITY OPERATIONS ON SEPTEMBER 03

    * India's cenbank says repo bids drop to 27.77 bln rupees

    * Indian banks' refinancing with RBI unmoved at 16.47 bln rupees

    * India's cenbank says banks' cash balances drop to 3.63 trln rupees

 ($1 = 66.50 Indian rupees)

Indian Market opens poorer on poor Asian cues

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Key benchmark index bordered lesser in early trade following downside in Asian markets. The gauge index, the S&P BSE Sensex was presently fall 175.88 points or 0.68 Per cent at 25,588.90. The 50-script CNX Nifty was presently off 52.60 points or 0.67 Per cent at 7,770.40. The market width signifying the overall stock of the market was poor on BSE.

Strategy for traders:

Nifty is annoying to find its feet near bottom of 7667 but the downtrend would stay intact till nifty trades lower 7950 range; hence positional traders are advised to stay in short side with trailing stop loss of 7950 range. For intraday if nifty trades beneath 7810 range for most of the part then short position can be create. Nifty may give a big swing after 2:30; hence traders are advised to understand the trend and play accordingly. Report By Swastika Investmart Top Broking Firm India

Among individual shares, Lupin edged upper after the company's US subsidiary released a generic antidepressant medicine in the United States.

Abroad signs were downbeat. Asian shares were in red while US shares closed on a varied note yesterday, 3 Sept. 2015.

At 9:19 IST, the S&P BSE Sensex was fall 175.88 points or 0.68 Per cent at 25,588.90. The 50-scipt CNX Nifty was off 52.60 points or 0.67 Per cent at 7,770.40.

The BSE Mid-Cap index was drop 74.04 points or 0.7 Per cent at 10,486.17. The fall in the index was upper than Sensex's fall in percentage terms. The BSE Small-Cap index was drop 62.70 points or 0.58 Per cent at 10,810.85. The fall in the index was lesser than Sensex's fall in percentage terms.

The market width signifying the overall strength of the market was poor. On BSE, 754 stocks fallen and 282 stocks increased. A total of 37 stocks were unmoved.

Lupin bordered upper after the company's US subsidiary released a generic antidepressant medicine in the United States. The share increased 0.43 Per cent to Rs 1,871.15. Lupin's US subsidiary Lupin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Lupin) has launched a generic antidepressant medicine Duloxetine 40 mg Delayed-Release (DR) Capsule in the United States. Lupin's Duloxetine 40 mg delayed-release (DR) capsule is the 1th and only generic Duloxetine formulation to become available in 40 mg dosage health in the US. The yearly market size of the branded and generic versions of antidepressant Cymbalta 20 mg, 30 mg and 60 mg capsule health is about $1.05 billion in the US, as per IMS MAT June 2015 data.

Among worldwide events, at a key financial policy meeting yesterday, 3 Sept. 2015, the European Central Bank (ECB) cut its growth and inflation forecasts, warning of possible further problem from China and paving the way for an growth of its already massive 1-trillion-euro-plus asset-buying program. The ECB, which left interest rates unmoved, said expansion, will bear from fading trend in rising markets, particularly China, and lessening oil rates can pull the 19-member euro area back into deflation in coming months.

Market Outlook: Nifty may decline in opening trade

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What we have seen, today, is a reiterate of what happen previous time when the Nifty jump backed from sub-7,700 ranges. Now, the cause is that we are in great oversold area and this kind of jump back could be likely but, I will still pleasure today's move as a jump back till we are very visibly over 7,950. I don’t desire to go long in a big way. Yes, day or a 1-day trade is a diverse issue but I am still not influenced that the base is done and we are on the way up.

Today is a jump back move which could perhaps expand by a new 20, 30, 40, maybe even 50 points but, as we head near 7,900-7,950 there would always be a shock of a sell-off. In case, the selloff begins, next time we would smash that 7,670 low which we made and I still uphold my goal of 7,500.

I will still wait; I will still need more proof to take a verdict to go long in a big way and choose that the bottom has been made that is still not done. Maybe 7,900-7,920 range could be tested based on today's cost deed. I will still be a seller. Yes, there are some precise shares and divisions which have moved up, expressly, the real estate which could maintain the move but overall the volume built up in many of the shares in the Nifty didn’t give me that confidence that the up move would maintain. So, we would kick at upper ranges, it is better not to presume and choose in hurry and wait for some more proof. I will still wait and observe tomorrow being the week end and let us see how it goes. I am still not that bullish.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Indian Stock Market Index: DLF Ltd climbs, Cipla Ltd up, Jet Airways India gain

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Indian shares sophisticated after the stock markets fallen for a 3th day on Wednesday, sending the S&P BSE Sensex to its lowest range in more than a year. The BSE index today is trading upper by 162.28 points, or 0.64 Per cent, to 25,615.84, whiles the 50-unit CNX Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) increases 52.95 points, or 0.69 Per cent, to 7,769.95.

Strategy for traders:

Indian Market resumes its downhill trend where nifty witnessed ending beneath sustain of 7723 which is a downbeat cues but still there is small expect for bulls till nifty trades above 7667 underneath; hence traders are advised stay careful and stay in short side with straggling stop loss of 7950 while for any contra long call 7667 should be your strict stop loss. Report By Swastika Top broking Firm India

DLF Ltd rises 5.1 per cent to Rs.115.20 after the company said it plans to climb about Rs.10, 000 crore. Its subsidiary DLF Home Developers Ltd would increase Rs.1, 900 crore from Government of Singapore Investment Corp. Pte Ltd. The realty major also said its investors had approved a offer to vow more than 50 Per cent of its stocks in 3 of its units to grow as much as Rs.7, 500 crore.

Cipla Ltd is gain 1 Per cent to Rs.656. The company acquired the exclusive rights to market skincare products of the country’s leading derma and cosmeceutical player Percos India, in a contract value about Rs.90 crore.

HCL Technologies Ltd climbs 1.1 Per cent to Rs.960 after the company said in a notice to BSE that Manchester United has declared a worldwide partnership with HCL Technologies.

Jet Airways India Ltd grows 2.6 Per cent to Rs.328 after the company said in a notice to BSE that it would combine its wholly-owned unit Jet Lite Ltd with itself. After the merger, Jet Lite would operate as a divide division of Jet Airways and would further support the airlines’ efforts to give consistent services under a single brand across its network.

Va Tech Wabag Ltd is trading at Rs.727.15 on BSE, gain 6.4 Per cent from its previous close, after the company said in a note to BSE that its joint venture has got an order value Rs.1,500 crore from Petronas.

Hindustan Unilever Ltd drops 1.6 Per cent after a news note said that the company is expected to see some action after it reduce shampoo costs in reply to rival Procter and Gamble’s recent moves.

The Indian rupee opens weaker at 66.25/dollar compared with its previous close of 66.19.

The yield on India’s 10-year benchmark bond is trading at 7.753 Per cent compared with its Wednesday’s end of 7.751 Per cent. Bond yields and costs move in opposite directions.

The euro is small changed at $1.1217 from $1.1216 in the earlier worldwide trading session. The dollar increases to 120.65 yen from 120.61 yen.

Benchmark US crude is drop 33 cents at $45.92 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude is dropping 5 cents to $50.45 a barrel in London. It increased 94 cents to end at $50.50 a barrel in the last trading session.

Japan’s Nikkei 225 increases 1.4 Per cent to 18,352.98 and South Korea’s Kospi increases 0.2 Per cent to 1,918.34. Share markets in Southeast Asia also increase, while Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 huts 0.5 Per cent to 5,077.00. New Zealand’s benchmark also drops. Taiwan’s benchmark adds 0.5 Per cent to 8,072.27. Markets are ended in China, which has endured a dramatic slip since June, and Hong Kong.

Asian shares hop after Wall Street recovered from a sharp sell-off and as a holiday in China gave shareholders a smash from its hot markets.US shares return, improving an important portion of their sufferers from the day previous. Shareholders stay on border after the latest market fall, which was activated by more cues of sluggish development in China. The Dow Jones industrial average added 293.03 points, or 1.8 Per cent, to 16,351.38. It chops more than 470 points the day before. The Standard and weak’s 500 increased 35.01 points, or 1.8%, to 1,948.86 and the Nasdaq composite rose 113.87 points, or 2.5%, 4,749.98.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Stocks News: Tata Motors, HMCL, TVS Motor, Coal India

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Hero MotoCorp (HMCL) declared after market hours yesterday, 1 September 2015 that its total sales chop 13.98 per cent to 4.80 lakh units in August 2015 over August 2014.

HMCL said it has lined up a slide of fresh products leading up to the festive season. The festive season present year would start almost 3 weeks late, as compared to previous year, and this shift in season is also reflected in the subdued sales in August compared to the same time previous year. HMCL said it would commence the fresh launches with the introduction of 2 brand fresh scooters, tracked by fresh bikes. With the upcoming festive season, the company anticipated sentiments to recover which in turn is expected to revive market demand. The industry anticipates the 2th 1/2 of the year to be better than the 1th Q2.

Strategy for traders:

Nifty sustained its sell off from resistance of 8090 range after a drag back; where 7800-7750 support area is a litmus test for nifty. If nifty handles to hold this support area then it may witness a sharp jump back. Traders are advised to trade carefully and take positional contra long call with severe stop loss at 7620 while for positional short traders 8010 should be your stop loss. Report by Swastika Investmart Stock Brokerage Firm India

TVS Motor Company recorded 1 per cent increase in total vehicles sales to 2.27 lakh units in August 2015 over August 2014. Total exports grew by 21 per cent to 42,570 units in August 2015 over August 2014. 2 wheeler exports grew 22 per cent to 33,128 units in August 2015 over August 2014. Total 2 wheeler sales of the company increased 0.71 per cent to 2.16 lakh units August 2015 over August 2014. Local 2 wheeler sales chop 2.38 per cent to 1.83 lakh units in August 2015 over August 2014. Scooters sales rise by 11 per cent to 72,865 units in August 2015 over August 2014. Motorcycles sales raise 6 per cent to 87,044 units in August 2015 over August 2014. 3 wheeler sales of the company grew by 11 per cent to 10,872 units in August 2015 over August 2014. The company made the statement after trading hours yesterday, 1 Sept. 2015.

Coal India declared after market hours yesterday, 1 September 2015 that the company and its subsidiaries on a short-term basis achieved 96 per cent of targeted production at 36.21 million tons in August 2015. The company on a short-term basis attained 100 per cent of targeted offtake at 40.62 million tons in August 2015.

Cipla declared the appointment of Umang Vohra as Global Chief Financial and Strategy Officer and Prabir Jha as Global Chief People Officer effective 1 October 2015. The company made the announcement after trading hours yesterday, 1 Sept. 2015. Until recently Umang was the Head of the North America business for Dr Reddy's. He was instrumental in rising this business by over 60 per cent to cross a $1 billion sales, almost half the revenues of Dr Reddy's, through some business development partnerships, acquisitions as well as increasing the oncology health system business. Prabir Jha would join Cipla as the Global Chief People Officer. In addition to giving leadership to the Human Resources function worldwide for the company, he would lead the Corporate Communications and Administration functions as well.

Bank of Maharashtra said that its board has approved the proposal of growing of equity capital upto Rs 394 crore by way of preferential allotment in favors of Government of India. Further, the board has determined to convene an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) of the investors of the bank on six October 2015. The relevant date for ascertaining the issue cost is determined as 4 September 2015. The company made the statement after trading hours yesterday, 1 Sept. 2015.

Info Edge (India) would be observed. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) yesterday, 1 Sept. 2015, notified that Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs)/Registered Foreign Portfolios Investors (RFPIs) could now spend up to 50 per cent (revised from earlier limit of 40per cent) of the paid up capital of Info Edge (India) under the Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS). The buys can be made through primary market and stock exchanges.

 

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Mcx Base Metals Review

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Mcx Base Metals Review 01 September

Base metal Copper was still as traders are annoying to analyzing the likely outcome of any major activates that could set tone for the week. The costs stayed mostly on lesser face. Sustained doubts about oversupply weighed on the market. Copper closed the day at Rs 348.75 on 31 Aug.2015 against 348.60/kg on 28 August 2015.

The COT note for time closing 25 August 2015 was published previous week. The previous week note demonstrated that the actions of Merchants were in support of reduce in long and boost in short spots. In case of Managed Money holders Copper long positions improved while Short positions fallen.

The long positions of Merchants were 29647 on 25 August 2015 against 35685 on 18 August 2015, drop 6038, while small spots reduced by 3278 to 41641 on 25 August 2015 against 44919 on 18 August 2015. Overall the net positions in case of merchants are favoring shorts by 11994.

Commitment of Traders showed that the long positions of Money Managers decreased by 107. The total long position of Copper for the one week period closing 25 August 2015 was 34548 against 34655 on 18 Aug. 2015.

Money managers short spots of Copper reduced by 9389 to 52780 on 25 August 2015 against 62169 on 18 August 2015. The net spots were in support of short spot holders by 18232.

Sensex falls 181 points; SBI, ICICI, HDFC Bank fall

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The Indian share market is trading remarkably lesser this morning, with shareholders following poor worldwide signs and poor GDP development records and core division output note.

Wall Street closed on a poor report overnight and Asian markets are mostly fall with sharp sufferers today, as doubts about an financial delay in China maintain to harm sentiment tracking the publish of poor manufacturing and services division movement note out of that country.

The BSE benchmark Sensex is drop 181.25 points or 69 Per cent at 26,101.84, after having fallen to 25,984.28 in early trades. The Nifty index of the National Stock Exchange, which fallen drop to 7886.65, is presently at 7911.70, fall 59.60 points or 0.75 Per cent from its previous end.

The unpredictability in the shares, currencies and commodities markets are likely to stay during the 1th week of September, concern expert. The market is likely to fluctuate from overbought to oversold range with a wild level of 500 points on NIFTY, 7700 on the lesser face and 8200 on the upper face

According to the records published after market hours on Monday, India's development charge fallen to 7 Per cent in the Q1 of 2015-16 and the core division output sputtered to a 3-month low in July, reflecting poor industrial improvement and the slower pace of financial reforms.

ICICI Bank Ltd drops 1 Per cent to Rs.276, while State Bank of India falls 1.6 Per cent to Rs.243.20. RBI on Monday designated SBI and ICICI Bank Ltd, the country’s 2 leading lenders, as domestic systemically important banks (D-SIBs), meaning their collapse can have a cascading collision on the whole monetary system and the wealth.

Housing Development Finance Corp. Ltd drops 2.3 Per cent to Rs.1, 161.45, while HDFC Bank Ltd is drop 2.1 Per cent to Rs.1, 008. HDFC Bank reduces on Monday its base or lowest lending charge by 35 basis points to 9.35 Per cent, useful Tuesday.

Stocks of banking firms are trading lesser after Bloomberg quoted RBI governor Raghuram Rajan as saying that India has rise, unlike many countries, which the central bank must think before slashing interest duties.

Punjab National Bank drops 3.1 Per cent; Yes Bank is fall 2.8 Per cent, State Bank of India 2 Per cent, IDBI Bank 1.8 Per cent, Bank of India 1.8 Per cent, Bank of Baroda 1.5 Per cent, Oriental Bank of Commerce 1.4 Per cent, Canara Bank 1.2 Per cent and Andhra Bank 1.2 Per cent.

Indian shares fall after the wealth extended at a slower-than-estimated 7 Per cent in the June quarter.

The Indian rupee opens slightly upper at 66.45 per US dollar compared with its previous close of 66.48, despite India’s economic deficit during April-July touching Rs.3.85 trillion, or 69.3 Per cent of the goal for FY16. The yield on India’s ten-year benchmark bond is trading at 7.79 Per cent compared with its Monday’s end of 7.786 Per cent.

The dollar grows to 120.74 yen from 121.20 yen in the last worldwide trading session. The euro grows to $1.1267 from $1.1226.

Oil rates increase after the US Energy Department reduce its estimate for the country’s oil production. Benchmark US crude rushes $3.98, or nearly 9 per cent, to $49.20 a barrel in New York. However, oil chop back in Asia, with US crude fall $1.45 to $47.75 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude falls $1.49 to $52.66 a barrel.

China’s Shanghai Composite Index falls 1.8 per cent to 3,148.68 after dropping nearly 5 per cent previous in the session. Japan’s Nikkei 225 drops 2.4 per cent to 18,440.28 and the Hang Seng in Hong Kong is fall 1 per cent to 21,444.82. South Korea’s Kospi falls 1.2 per cent to 1,919.07. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 drops 1.4 per cent to 5,133.30 and stocks in Southeast Asia are also lesser.

Asian stocks drop as dark manufacturing records from China and poor asset figures in Japan augured further doubt for shareholders after a brutal August. August was a brutal month for shareholders. Doubts over China’s delay and the timing of an interest charge trek by the Federal Reserve pushed stocks sharply lesser before moves by the Chinese central bank assisted to steady the markets, at slightest temporarily. The Standard and weak’s 500 still completed August drop 6.3 per cent, its bad viewing since May 2012.

On Monday, the Dow Jones industrial average gave gain 114.98 points, or 0.7 per cent, to end at 16,528.03. The S&P 500 gone 16.69 points, or 0.8 per cent, to 1,972.18 and the Nasdaq composite gone 51.82 points, or 1.1 per cent, to 4,776.51.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Market Index: Dollar downside Limits Rupee fall

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The Indian rupee begins poorer for the 2th straight day against the US dollar on Monday, 31 August 2015 on continued month-end demand for the American currency abroad. Besides, a poorer opening of the local Stock market weighed on the local currency but dollar's downside against other currencies topped the sufferers. Rupee opened poorer at Rs 66.25 against the US dollar in early trade and fallen to a low of 66.37 so far during the day. In the spot currency market, the Indian unit was previous seen trading at 66.34. Rupee had drop 10 paisa to end at 66.14 against the US currency in the last session on Friday.

Local benchmark index upturned first increases and floated lesser in downbeat area on poor Asian shares. The 50-script CNX Nifty strike intraday low beneath the mental 8,000 mark in early trade. The gauge index, the S&P BSE Sensex was presently fall 139.25 points or 0.53 Per cent at 26,253.13. The market breadth signifying the overall strength of the market was downbeat. Asian shares edged poorer today, 31 August 2015 after top Federal Reserve officials kept the door open for an interest charge trek in September. On the worldwide front, the government would release gross domestic product (GDP) records for first quarter June 2015 today, 31 August 2015.

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 56.41 crore on Friday, 28 August 2015, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 847.43 crore on Friday, 28 August 2015, as per provisional data.

For now, the dollar start the week in stress on Monday, on follow for monthly sufferers but off recent lows as shareholders kept alive expect that U.S. jobs data shortly this week will offer the U.S. Federal Reserve cause to increase interest duty’s as early as next month. The U.S. dollar index, which actions the greenback's health against a trade-weighted basket of 6 major currencies, chop 0.32 Per cent to 95.85.

For the upcoming week, shareholder would be focus on Friday's U.S. jobs note for August, which can assist to offer clarity on the possibility of a near-term interest charge trek. Previous week, the dollar increased against the euro and the yen on Friday as remarks from a senior Federal Reserve official showed that the central bank can still increase interest duties next month despite the recent turmoil in worldwide markets.

The dollar found sustain after Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said it was still too early to decide whether to increase short-term interest duty’s from near zero, where they have been held since December 2008, at the bank's September meeting. The dollar received an additional increase after records on Thursday demonstrated that the U.S. wealth produce at a faster than anticipated rate in the Q2.