21 November 2014

Intraday stock Tips Today Updates; Nifty opens mildly higher

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Indian shares opened mildly higher, amid mixed cues from global peers and as yesterday's mega M&A action spurred some sentiment. At open, the BSE Sensex was up 0.02 percent, or 7 points, to 28,070 while the Nifty rose 0.02 percent, or 3 points, or 8,405. Among early movers, Kotak Mahindra Bank was up 7 percent after it announced a merger with smaller peer ING Vysya Bank in an all share-deal that valued the latter at USD 2.5 billion.
The Indian rupee gained 0.18 percent to climb back above 62 to the dollar, trading at 61.83. Gold fell 1.1 percent, or Rs 270, to Rs 26,440. The 10-year yield little changed from 8.16 percent it closed at yesterday, ING shares were up 1.6 percent. Shares of other small private sector banks such as South Indian Bank, Dhanlaxmi Bank and City Union Bank jumped 3.6-4 percent amid hopes Kotak's deal would trigger a wider consolidation in the banking industry and make them potential acquisition candidates.
While Financial Technologies jumped 3.6 percent after Jignesh Shah, accused of being involved in the NSEL scam, stepped down from its board. Sectorally, the market made a positive move overall. Barring IT, most sectors were marginally in the green. In other news, US markets ended higher to close at fresh record highs, while Asian markets were mixed.

19 November 2014

Live Intraday Stock Tips updates; Profit booking drags Nifty below 8400

Today in intraday market the BSE Sensex was down 0.43 percent, or 123 points, to 28,049 while the NSE Nifty was off 0.5 percent, or 40.75 points, to 8,385. Oil & gas shares were down the most led by heavyweights Reliance Industries and ONGC falling 0.7 percent and 1.4 percent, respectively. Metal stocks, too, were down led by Coal India (down 1.7 percent).
Telecom shares, barring Bharti Airtel, too surrendered early gains, amid news the government had decided to split spectrum auctions to be conducted early next year into two stages. Market succumbed to profit taking in late trade after early consolidation; Nifty broke its crucial support level of 8,400 while Sensex too slid perilously close to the 28,000 mark.

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Today Intraday Tips for Share Market; Nifty tests 8450 at open

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Indian shares opened steadily higher, as bulls appeared to be buying shares with renewed vigour after a day’s consolidation. The BSE Sensex was up 0.30 percent, or 74 points, to 28,237 while the NSE Nifty opened 0.17 percent, or 14 points, higher to 8,442. Sugar stocks were in focus early amid hopes the government would announce export sops.
Sector leaders Balrampur Chini, Shree Renuka and Bajaj Hindusthan were up between 1.54 percent and 3.88 percent. In individual stocks, SBI hit a 52-week high, rising 0.5 percent to Rs 2,960.Meanwhile, the market has given back all its gains and has slipped mildly into the red. As of this writing, the Sensex is down 0.1 percent to 28,136 while the Nifty is off 0.15 percent to 8,413.
The frontline market has given back a major part of its opening gains, even as, predictably, the action continues in the broader market. The BSE Sensex was up 0.08 percent, or 21 points, to 28,188 while the NSE Nifty had gained 0.04 percent, or 3 points, to 8,429. Overall, sugar and consumer durables have raised the most with 1.94 percent and 1.44 percent gains, respectively, followed by metals, autos, capital goods and chemicals, all up about 0.5 percent.