Friday, 1 August 2014

INDIAN BENCHMARKS slumps on FII selling amid weak global cues

INDIAN EQUITY BENCHMARKS slumped in late trades, amid weak global cues, on aggressive selling by institutional investors on concerns that robust US jobs data due later today may give the US Federal Reserve much needed comfort to taper its bond buying program and end its easy money policy stance by raising rates sooner-than-expected.

• Further, Maruti Suzuki surged 2.5% after the company reported 21.7% increase in its total sales for July at 1,01,380 units as against 83,299 units in the same month last year.

• Hero MotoCorp despatched 529,862 units of two wheelers in month of July 2014, registering a growth of 9% over the corresponding month of the previous year, when the Company had sold 487,545 units.

The crucial resistance for Nifty is now seen at 7715 and above this 7785. Support for the immediate term is now placed at 7595 and next support will be 7530.

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·        Union Bank zooms on strong quarterly results

Union Bank of India surged 7% after the company posted 19% rise in the net profit at Rs 664 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2014 as against Rs 560 crore for the same period last year.

·        DLF Q1 net profit at Rs1277.70 mn

DLF Ltd has posted a net profit/(loss) after taxes, minority interest and share in profit/(loss) of associates of Rs. 1277.70 mn for the quarter ended June 30, 2014 as compared to Rs. 1811.90 mn for the quarter ended June 30, 2013.

·        HDIL Q1 net profit at Rs56.7 crores

HDIL has announced its results for Q1 ended 30th June 2014. Consolidated Total Income stands at Rs. 256.13 crores and PAT available for appropriation is Rs. 56.7 crores.

·        JSW Steel Q1 net profit at Rs. 8bn

JSW Steel Ltd has announced the result for the quarter ended June 30, 2014. Total Income has increased from Rs. 94304.10 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2013 to Rs. 116443.40 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2014

Thursday, 31 July 2014


BASE METAL WRAP: London copper eased on Friday after a rout on Wall Street over Argentinian default soured risk appetite and ahead of a deluge of economic indicators out later in the session, including an assessment of activity in China's vast manufacturing sector.

ENERGY WRAP: West Texas Intermediate fell for a fifth day after capping the biggest monthly decline in more than two years amid signs of weaker fuel demand in the U.S., the world’s biggest oil consumer. Brent was steady in London.

PRECIOUS METAL WRAP: Gold headed for a third weekly loss in the longest run of declines since September as U.S. employment data may add to signs that the world’s largest economy is gaining traction.

GLOBAL EVENTS TO WATCH: Manufacturing PMI, PPI q/q, HSBC Final Manufacturing PMI, BOJ Gov Kuroda Speaks, Manufacturing PMI, Non-Farm Employment Change, Unemployment Rate, Average Hourly Earnings m/m, Core PCE Price Index m/m, Personal Spending m/m, Personal Income m/m, Final Manufacturing PMI, Revised UoM Consumer Sentiment, Revised UoM Inflation Expectations, ISM Manufacturing PMI, Construction Spending m/m, ISM Manufacturing Prices, Total Vehicle Sales.

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Markets may open lower on weak global cues

Markets are likely to open in the negative territory tracking    weak global cues.

Asian shares stumbled on Friday after a month-end swoon on Wall Street, though some were hoping China would offer better news on manufacturing and help steady investor sentiment.

The U.S. S&P500 stock index posted its worst daily fall since April and its first monthly drop since January on Thursday, as economic data sparked concern the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates sooner than some have expected.
Problems in overseas economies added to the bearish tone, with Argentina defaulting on its debt for the second time in 12 years.

Stocks to watch:

Suzuki  India, the country’s largest car maker, reported a 20.7 per cent increase in net profit at Rs 762 crore for the financial year’s first quarter ended June.
JSW Steel, India’s third-largest steel maker, plans to invest $22 billion (about Rs 1,32,000 crore) through the next 10 years to raise its total capacity from 14.3 million tonnes (mt) to 40 mt by 2025.
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Weak global cues drag Sensex lower by 150 pts

Markets started the August series on a negative note with the Sensex down over 150 points owing to weak global cues. Selling pressure was visible across the sectors.

At 0920 hrs, the Sensex was down 159 points at 25,736 and the Nifty was down 55 points at 7,666.

The broader markets were no exception to the trend. The mid and smallcap indices dropped 0.7% in opening trades.

Sectors & Stocks

Power, Realty and capital Goods indices down 1% each were the major sectoral losers.

IT, Auto, Consumer Durables, Oil & Gas and Bankex indices slipped a little over 0.5% each.

Only six of the 30 stocks were in green on the Sensex.

Bharti Airtel up 2.5% continued its uptrend on reports that the company will sell more infrastructure in Africa. This is to reduce debt and cut capital expenditure on passive infrastructure.

Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki, Cipla, Coal India and Hero MotoCorp up 0.2-0.7% rounded off the gainers list.

The market breadth was weak on the BSE. 906 stocks declined while 483 stocks advanced.

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