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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 22, 2018
The dominant top stocks are expected to continue their rally next week too, but small- and mid-cap stocks show no signs of recovering their losses, says Yogesh Mehta, VP-Retail  Research, Motilal Oswal Securities. Watch BusinessToday.In Weekly Market Wrap for more insight into the stock market action next week.


BusinessToday.In
July 17, 2018
The market recovered in trade today as oil, metal and PSU stocks rallied after a sharp drop in global crude oil prices. While the Sensex closed 196 points higher at 36,519,  the Nifty rose 71 points to 11,008 level Sentiment received a boost after global crude oil prices fell over 4 per cent owing to oversupply fears, helping the rupee to strengthen against the dollar, brokers said.Besides, reports that the finance ministry is likely to infuse about Rs 10,000 crore within a few days in some state-owned lenders including PNB, Corporation Bank and Central Bank of India, to help them meet regulatory capital requirement too accelerated the buying pace, they added.State-run lender SBI emerged as top gainer on Sensex rising 2.98 per cent, followed by Sun Pharma 2.97 per cent.Gains were wide-spread as mid-cap and small-cap indices firmed up by 2.14 per cent and 1.12 per cent respectively as retailers accumulated selective stocks at prevailing attractive levels.Shares of state-owned HPCL, Indian Oil Corporation, BPCL and ONGC rose up to 6.31 per cent on fall in global crude prices. Globally, Brent crude dipped below the $72-mark, to quote at $71.67 a barrel, while WTI slipped to $66.89 a barrel.Aviation stocks such as InterGlobe Aviation and Spicejet climbed up to 2.02 per cent as declining oil prices are beneficial for this sector which would reduce fuel bill burden.Sectorally, BSE PSU rose the most by 2.32 per cent followed by oil & gas 2.19 per cent and metal 1.91 per cent among others.


PTI
July 17, 2018
Sentiment got a boost after global crude oil prices dropped by over 4 per cent yesterday owing to oversupply fears, helping the rupee to strengthen against the dollar, brokers said.


BusinessToday.In
July 10, 2018
The market rose for the third straight day on optimism over corporate earnings in the first quarter and positive global cues.  While the Sensex rallied about 305 points to end at an over five-month high of 36,239, Nifty rose 94 points to 10,947 level. The Sensex has now gained 665 points in three sessions. The benchmark is just a tad lower from its all-time high of 36,283 hit on January 29 this year.The Sensex and Nifty remained above their key levels of 36,000 and 10,900 throughout the session, indicating robust investor optimism after a prolonged lacklustre spell.Reliance Industries, YES Bank and Coal India were the top Sensex gainers. Market breadth was positive with 1676 stocks closing higher compared with 962 ending in the red on BSE. The BSE midcap and small cap indices clocked 1.01% and 1.04% gains, fuelling rise on benchmark indices.Auto and metal stocks led the gains with BSE bankex and BSE metal indices rising over 200 points each. Of 19 BSE sectoral indices, 18 ended higher. BSE healthcare sector falling 20 points was the sole loser among the indices.


BusinessToday.In
July 10, 2018
The Sensex and Nifty remained above their key levels of 36,000 and 10,900 throughout the session, indicating robust investor optimism after a prolonged lacklustre spell.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 7, 2018
There could be a strong upmove in mid-cap and small-cap segments if the global markets remain strong, says Vikas Jain, Senior Research Analyst, Reliance Securities in this BusinessToday.In video. Experts remain positive on auto, cement and energy stocks on their current levels.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, June 27, 2018
Sameet Chavan, Chief Analyst, Technicals and Derivatives at Angel Broking, takes viewers through all the market action today. The Sensex and Nifty closed lower in trade today on global stocks reeling under the effect of US China tariff war.  Rupee falling to a 19-month low due to high crude oil prices also affected sentiments. While the Sensex closed 272 points or 0.77% lower at 35,217, Nifty fell 98 points to 10,671.


BusinessToday.In
June 27, 2018
The Sensex and Nifty closed lower in trade today on global stocks reeling under the effect of US China tariff war.  Rupee falling to a 19-month low due to high crude oil prices also affected sentiments. While the Sensex closed 272 points or 0.77% lower at 35,217, Nifty fell 98 points to 10,671. ICICI Bank, L&T and Tata Motors were the top Sensex losers. HDFC Bank, Coal India and TCS were the top Sensex gainers. BSE Midcap and small cap indices fell 235 points and 325 points to 15,425 and 15,970 levels, respectively. Oil and gas and capital goods stocks were the major losers on the BSE.  The BSE oil and gas index fell 540 points to 13,633 level. The capital goods index fell 414 points to 17,094 level. All 19 BSE sectoral indexes except the IT index closed in the red. IT stocks bucked the trend as rupee fell to its 19-month low today. Rupee slipped to its weakest in more than 18 months, hit by higher oil prices and trade war concerns that could spark another bout of capital outflows for Asia's third-largest economy.The currency fell to 68.68 to the dollar, its lowest since November 29, 2016, making it a 0.62 percent decline so far in the day from its previous close of 68.25.Market breadth was negative with 490 stocks closing higher against 2190 ending in the red on BSE.


BusinessToday.In
June 27, 2018
ICICI Bank (3.16%), L&T (2.71%) and Tata Motors (2.22%) were the top Sensex losers. HDFC Bank (0.89%), Coal India (0.74%) and TCS (0.38%) were the top Sensex gainers.


BusinessToday.In
June 21, 2018
The 30-share Sensex, which rose over 131 points in morning trade and hit the session's high of 35,678, quickly lost momentum and slumped to hit the day's low of 35,396. It finally ended 114.94 points, or 0.32 per cent lower at 35,432.


BusinessToday.In
June 20, 2018
The Sensex and Nifty closed higher in line with the global peers on cues that the global economy was on growth track amid escalation of tariff war between US and China. While the Sensex rose 260 points higher to 35,547, the Nifty rose 61 points to 10,772 level. Top gainers on the Sensex were Reliance Industries, IndusInd Bank, and Vedanta. Small cap and midcap indices on the BSE rose 0.27% and 0.23%, respectively.  The revival was led by banking stocks with BSE Bankex rising 1.04% or 306 points to 29,709 level.  Bank Nifty too rose 292 points to 26,557 level. Metal and auto stocks too contributed to the recovery with BSE metal and auto indices rising 1.09% and 0.45%, respectively.  The IndiGo stock was the top BSE loser after a media report said enforcement directorate had summoned top management of the airline in connection with an alleged case of FEMA violations. The stock closed 7.49% or 92 points lower at 1136.15 level on BSE.Market breadth was marginally negative with 1,309 stocks closing higher against 1314 ending lower on the BSE.


BusinessToday.In
June 20, 2018
Small cap and midcap indices on the BSE rose 0.27% and 0.23%, respectively. The revival was led by banking stocks with the BSE Bankex rising 1.04% or 306 points to 29,709 level. Bank Nifty too rose 292 points to 26,557 level.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, June 19, 2018
The Sensex and Nifty closed lower for the second straight day, tracking a sell-off across global markets after the US and China reignited their trade dispute. The Sensex plunged around 262 points to end at a two-week low of 35,286, while the broader Nifty dropped 89 points to 10,710. Asian markets crashed after US President Donald Trump's threat to impose a 10 percent tariff on another $200 billion of Chinese goods drew warnings from Beijing of about $50 billion retaliatory penalties on US goods. Unabated selling by foreign funds and a weak rupee added to the gloom, brokers said. Vedanta was the biggest loser in the Sensex pack, sinking 3.55 per cent, followed by Adani Ports that fell 2 per cent. Only ITC, HDFC Bank, HDFC Ltd and ONGC managed to close in the green.All sectoral indices ended in the red. Metal fell 1.69 per cent, followed by realty, oil and gas, IT and teck sectors among others.Selling pressure also gathered momentum in broader markets, with the BSE small-cap index falling 1.29 per cent and the mid-cap index losing 0.98 per cent.Market breadth was negative with 676 stocks closing higher against 1951 ending in the red.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 17, 2018
In this episode of BusinessToday.In Weekly Market Wrap, Vikas Jain, Senior Research Analyst, Reliance Securities talks about the stocks that have done well this week and continue to show positive trend for the coming week.


BusinessToday.In
June 7, 2018
The Sensex and Nifty logged their highest close in more than three weeks led by surging banking stocks amid higher Asian and European indices. While the Sensex rose 284 points or 0.81% higher at 35,463, the Nifty closed 83.70 points or 0.78% higher at 10,768. Tata Steel, Tata Motors and ICICI Bank were the top Sensex gainers. Coal India, IndusInd Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank were the top Sensex losers. Midcap and small cap indexes which saw a rout during the last five months rose 1.40% and 1.96%, respectively. Banking stocks took the market higher with the BSE bankex rising 203 points or 0.69% to 29,663.  The index was the top gainer among 19 sectoral indices. Bank Nifty too rose 0.57% or 150 points to 26,517 level. Capital goods and  auto index were also among the top gainers on the BSE. Market breadth was positive with 1961 stocks closing higher against 747 ending in the red on the BSE.


BusinessToday.In
June 7, 2018
Midcap and Small cap indexes which saw a rout during the last five months rose 1.40% and 1.96%, respectively. Banking stocks took the market higher with the BSE bankex rising 203 points or 0.69% to 29,663.  The index was the top gainer among 19 sectoral indices.


BusinessToday.In
June 7, 2018
The new regulation for reclassification in mutual funds portfolio is leading to some correction and there is going to be a large selling in small cap space. So, valuations of both mid cap and small cap stocks are going to be attractive.


Aseem Thapliyal
June 6, 2018
The market looks nervous and has entered volatile zone, mainly due to a more than expected correction in small cap and midcap indices.


BusinessToday.In
June 4, 2018
The Sensex closed 215 points lower as nervous investors took money off the table amid speculation that the RBI may go for a rate hike this week.Rate sensitives led the decline, with the BSE Realty index emerging as the worst performer among sectoral indices by slumping 3.25 per cent. Banking, financials, consumer durables and capital goods tumbled up to 1.83 per cent.The RBI's Monetary Policy Committee began its three-day meeting today amid speculation that it may hike the key interest rate on June 6 for the first time in over four years due to firming inflation.While the Sensex closed at 35,011, down 215 points or 0.61 per cent, Nifty ended lower by 67 points, or 0.63 per cent, at 10,628 level.Top Sensex losers were HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel and Adani Ports. Bucking the trend, Dr Reddy's, Infosys, M&M and Tata Steel were the top Sensex gainers.The broader markets too were under pressure, with the BSE small-cap index losing 2.09 per cent, while the mid-cap index finished 0.82 per cent down. Market breadth was negative with 2155 stocks closing lower against 535 ending higher on BSE 500.


BusinessToday.In
May 22, 2018
Reversing a five-session slide, the benchmark Sensex rose over 35 points to end at 34,651 in see-saw trade as participants accumulated recently beaten down auto, metal, banking and realty stocks.Asian markets ended mixed following a good show by US stocks as investors applauded easing of trade tensions between the US and China.The 30-share Sensex opened in the green and hit a high of 34,754, but witnessed bouts of volatility. It finally settled at 34,651, showing a gain of 35 points, or 0.10 per cent.The index had lost 940 points in the previous five sessions as investors rushed to unwind bets following post-poll instability in Karnataka amid discouraging global cues.The broader Nifty, after shuttling between 10,558 and 10,490, finished the day at 10,536, showing a gain of 20 points, or 0.19 per cent. SBI rose 3.69 per cent despite the lender today posting a standalone net loss of Rs 7,718 cr in Q4 on mounting bad loans.Dr Reddy's Laboratories, Bajaj Auto and Tata Motors were the top Sensex gainers. BSE Midcap and small cap indices rose 0.65% each, respectively. BSE auto and BSE metal indices rose the most among 19 sectoral indices. Market breadth was positive with 1405 stocks closing higher against 1219 ending in the red on BSE.


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