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Zen Daily Market Report - 04/09/2009
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The Indian benchmark indices opened on a positive note but soon witnessed volatility due to mixed cues from global markets and fell under negative territory. However, they witnessed some buying at lower levels and the markets regained the rally amid volatility.
They experienced a dull and sideways trade during the afternoon session and the decrease in volumes was also been seen during the day. But, on tracking the subdued opening of European markets and profit booking by the investors the indices witnessed pressure and closed in red. By the end of the trade, the BSE Sensex and Nifty were marginally down by 0.45% and 0.32% to close at 15398.33 and 4593.55 respectively. There were 1402 advances and 1350 declines in BSE, indicating that there was selective buying in Midcap and Smallcap space.
At the sectoral level, Consumer Durables, Metals, IT and Technology have performed well while Oil&Gas, Healthcare, Capital Goods and Auto have witnessed pressure.
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Consumer Durables have performed well as Videocon and Titan were up by 0.96% and 0.16% respectively. Metals space witnessed interest as some of its majors have increased the steel prices. Tata Steel, Hindustan Zinc, Sesa Goa, Welspun Gujarat and Sterilite gained 1-1.64%. IT rallied as TCS, Infosys, Rolta and Mphasis rose Oil&Gas space witnessed pressure since the diverting funds from secondary markets to primary markets could be seen in view of the coming IPO of Oil India. Cairn, Essar oil, RNRL, ONGC and Reliance lost 0.43%-2.01%. Healthcare lost as Biocon, Dr Reddy’s, Cipla and Ranbaxy fell by 0.56%-2.32%. Capital good was down as Punj Lloyd, L&T, Siemens and BEML lost 1.03% to 2.7%. Auto reeled under pressure tracking the raise in steel prices while Cummins, Exide industries, Tata Motors and M&M were down by The domestic markets are expected to open on a sideways note on account of yesterday’s close and the flat cues coming in from the With the news of LIC proposing to invest Rs 1,00,000 Crs in the Exchange
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current financial year (Of which it has already invested close to Rs 40,000 Crs), the market sentiment is expected to improve.
Sugar stocks are expected to witness buying interest, with the gov- ernment deciding to raise price, quota of levy sugar in UP and Maharashtra for the new sugar season starting next month.
FII F&O Open Interest (OI) (Rs. in Cr) 03/09/2009
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The rise in global metal prices is also expected to generate interest For the Nifty 4,626 and 4,650 are the immediate resistance levels, while 4,553 and 4,500 are the immediate support levels.
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While 15,500 and 15,600 are the immediate resistance levels for the Sensex, 15,257 and 15,100 are the immediate support levels.
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World Indices: Nikkei benchmark index closed in the negative zone on the
back of yen’s strength against the dollar and on the outcome of the US jobless claim, which came in worse than expected. In the export sector Honda Motors Co, Toyota Motor Corp and Canon Inc lost 2.8%, 1.8% and 1.4% respectively.
By the close of the trading session, Nikkei was down 0.64% to close at 10214.64. In the European markets, the British benchmark indices continued its losing streak for the fourth day as a fall in energy and pharma space weighed on the market. Worse than expected jobless benefit claim in the US Forex, Commodities & Major World Indices
applied pressure, while better than expected sales data from US retailers gave support to the market at the lower levels. By the end of session, the Particulars
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FTSE was down 0.43% to 4796.75, while the CAC and the DAX were down by 0.55% and 0.35% respectively. In the US market the indices were up on the back of better than expected retail sales data, while some of the investors were seen cautious ahead of the jobs data. Retail and financial space were the top performers for the day. With the rise in metal and gold prices, rally was witnessed in the commodity space. By the close of session, the Dow was up 0.69%, while the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ closed higher by 0.85% and Brent Crude Oil ($/BRL): Crude oil prices closed marginally lower on the
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outcome of a mixed set of economic data, where the jobless benefit claim came in higher than expected, while the retail sales showed an improvement.
The Dated Brent Spot closed at $66.80/barrel, against the previous close of Most Actively Traded Stocks
Gold: Gold prices rose sharply as concern over economic recovery, along
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with worse than expected economic data coming in from the US weakened the sentiment in the equity markets. The spot gold closed at $994.40/Oz, against the previous close of $978.70/Oz.
Forex Markets: Rupee rose on the expectation of a rise in the domestic stock
market, while the demand of dollar from the oil companies and the eventual selloff in the domestic markets towards the close of the day capped the upside for the rupee. Rupee closed at Rs 48.93/$, against the previous close of Rs ADRs/GDRs as on 03/09/09
Bond Markets: Bond prices closed lower as investors were seen covering
their position, while a less than announced buy back from the RBI in the open market operation added to the weak market sentiment. The 7.02% 7- year government securities closed at Rs 97.73 (7.38% YTM), against the previous close of Rs 98.10 (7.37% YTM). The inter-bank call rates closed at Inflation rose marginally to -0.21%, against -0.95% in the previous week due
Auto component maker, Shriram Pistons & Rings, is planning to invest Rs
225 crore for setting up a new manufacturing facility at Pathredi, Rajasthan, Most Active Contracts (Value in Rs Lakhs)
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Ranbaxy Laboratories have entered an agreement with the US-based Validus
Pharma for marketing and distribution for its low cost versions of its cal- DLF Ltd has allotted 21,690 Equity Shares of Rs. 2/- arising out of exercise
of stock options by the eligible employees under the Employees Stock Op- Moser Baer India bagged a project to develop one mega watt solar project
from Maharashtra government in Chandrapur.
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