Thursday, 27 September 2012

Stock Market today

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Asian markets are receiving strong signals, the effect is also found on the Indian markets. BSE Sensex rose 38.52 points at 9:35 in the morning was trading at 18670.69 points. Nifty was trading 8.75 points high to 5672.20 points.

However, the stock market has seen strong impact on the exchange markets. Four Indian rupee against the U.S. dollar in early trade with money firmly open at 53.43. Rupee against the dollar on Wednesday closed at 53.51.

After initial weakness in Asian markets recorded strong. Shanghai Composite, Cospi and Taiwan indices have gained. The U.S. market declined in the Eurozone.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Stock Overview

Stock Nifty tips

Exchange currency market today, the rupee weakened against the dollar, Rupee slipped 24 paise opened at Rs. 53.60. Advantage of the strength of the euro against the dollar in international markets was also in the domestic market.

stock nifty tips
According to traders, the euro zone debt crisis of the euro declined against the dollar. He said that at the end of the month due to the great demand for dollars by exporters also strengthened its prices.

Share to suspension of trading in the rupee's weakening trend affected the prices. 11 day money out stronger rupee closed at 53.36. This 18-week high against the dollar was Rs.

Stock tips for today:

1. Pantaloon Retail India Ltd is a 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 225 and a stop loss of Rs 200
2. HDIL is a 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 101 and a stop loss of Rs 89
3. VIP Industries Ltd is a 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 97 and a stop loss of Rs 86
4. IDFC Ltd is a 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 173 and a stop loss of Rs 155
5. NHPC Ltd is a 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 20.50 and a stop loss of Rs 18.90

Monday, 24 September 2012

Share Tips: Buying and Selling Ideas for Monday

Stock Market opened flat on Monday The first trading day of the week, beginning with the slowness in the domestic markets. Sensex opened 4 points high at 18,756  and Nifty gained 1 point to 5692. Power distribution cabinet meeting on corporate loans before restructuring Power shares are up 1 percent. The meeting is expected to be declared too big for infrastructure.
In the international market the share market ended on a limited movement in the US stocks on Friday. The Dow Jones ended 17 points at 13,579 low on Friday.
Back home, Tata Power is the top most gainer today, gaining nearly 3 per cent
Sensex recovered from the fall of the last two days with a jump of 403.58 points at 18752.83 points and Nifty gained 136.90 points to close at 5691.15 points.

Stock Buy or Sell tips for Today:

1. Havells India LtdBSE 2.87 % is 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 650 and a stop loss of Rs 599

2. HDFC Bank LtdBSE 0.84 % is 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 660 and a stop loss of Rs 606

3. ONGC Ltd is 'BUY' call with a target of Rs 315 and a stop loss of Rs 287

4. MTNL Ltd is 'SELL' call with a target of Rs 36 and a stop loss of Rs 39

5. Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd is 'SELL' call with a target of Rs 1605 and a stop loss of Rs 1661

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Stock Market Trading Tips

Stock Market Trading is an art. One should be very careful wile trading in the stock market. the reason behind this is that either one can make sudden gain in this field or can loose everything.
Consulting an experts who has much knowledge about the field is always a good choice, especially if you are new in this field.

Now a days the scenario has changed in the stock analysis. the traders have also increased in this market.
Everyday the traders have to analyse the market and trade.
Most people who are trading just don't realize the market trend and they keep on trading without understanding the market. The result being they loose so much in this market that they have to turn their back completely. Most of the IPO's recently have also not been able to countereffect this fact. This has effected the new investors to enter the market.

Older investors have kept themselves away from teh market because of the complicated market.
This is true that presently our economy is going through a bad phase. But it still remains in the
second place if we go through the list of fast developing economies in the world.the fast pace of the
world economy still remains. Downgrading should not be considered the only test of the economy.
We can take the example of India still maintaing the MOODY”S rating of securities.
Now the question here arises, that in this complex situation where it is difficult to predict the flow
of the market, what a n investor should do?
Usually, it is noted that in this current situation of the market, the investors take a wrong decision.
People who build long-term capital through the stock , analys the situation and take their decision
Nifty tipsaccording to past strategy. So its intellectual to identify the market and make strategy accordingly.
Analysts believe that such a fall is a good opportunity to buy stocks at low price for long term .
Therefore, one should consider investmnet in stock advantage in the present market scenario.At this
time it is an opportunity to invest in stocks of a renowned company. It should also be noted that the
stock market returns is negative . So prefer in investing in any other fixed asset. An investment in
real estate, gold, bonds or fixed deposits can be considered.

Friday, 21 September 2012

Stock Market on Friday

Stock Market ended on a positive note on the last trading day of the week, i.e., Friday with the 30-share index closing at a highest level since July,2011. There was a gain of 403 points and the Sensex closed at 18,781 and the 50-share index at 5,694 with 140 points gain.
Broader markets underperformed the benchmark indices. BSE mid-cap index is up 1.7% at 6,440. Small-cap index was up 1.6% at 6,818.

BSE bankex gained 4% at 13,039. Power, capital goods, metal, realty and PSU indices were up 3-4% as well. Meanwhile, IT index slipped into the negative, down 0.2%
Among the Sensex-30 stocks were trading in the positive zone today. Financials are leading the rally with ICICI Bank and SBI up 4-5%. the other major gainers were BHEL, Sterlite, Tata Power gaining 5-6%. 

TCS and Dr Reddys Lab down 0.7% and 0.6% respectively were the only losers among the Sensex stocks. 

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Stock Market on Thursday

Organized by opposition parties 'Bharat Bandh' effects on the stock market are beginning to show. Domestic markets has been accompanied by a sharp decline beginning on Thursday. Sensex down 200 points and Nifty is down 60 points. Asian markets decline has put pressure on the Indian markets, the weakness of the rupee has come under pressure from the market. FMCG stocks led the decline from shopping in the market have not been widespread.

The BSE 30-share Sensex index fell  134 points, ie 0.7 per cent is trading at 18,362. The NSE 50-share Nifty key index dropped 0.9 per cent, with 49 points, ie is trading at 5550 levels.

Share tips
2-day international markets fall after U.S. markets ended with modest gains on Wednesday. Due to good home sales figures managed to American Markets. In August, sales of existing homes in the U.S. has reached a height of approximately 2.5 years. U.S. markets were 0.1-0.15 per cent. The Asian markets are seeing weakness of 0.5-1 per cent.

29 cents weaker rupee against the dollar
Weakness of the rupee against the dollar on Thursday with 29 cents to open at 54.30. Rupee closed at 54.01 against the dollar on Tuesday. Rupee against the dollar in early trade today is broken down to the level of 54.40. Experts believe that the rise in the euro against the U.S. dollar due to strong rupee could come under pressure.

International stock markets at the end of month dollar demand uncertainty and weakness in the rupee are expected. Is believed that today's businesses rupee against the dollar may remain in the range of 53.90 to 54.35.

Stock Recommendations and Nifty Tips:

1. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd is a ‘BUY’ call with a target of Rs 1340 and a stop loss of Rs 1285.

2. ITC Ltd is a ‘BUY’ call with a target of Rs 265 and a stop loss of Rs 252.

3. Oriental Bank of Commerce is a ‘SELL’ call with a target of Rs 275 and a stop loss of Rs 293

4. Dena Bank Ltd is a ‘SELL’ call with a target of Rs 96 and a stop loss of Rs 105.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Stock Market On Tuesday

The BSE benchmark, 30 share index, SENSEX opened in red on Tuesday. According to the traders, the share market is likely to solidify after some profit booking, which is expected in the near future.
At 12.11 PM; the 30 share index, Sensex was trading at 18524.31 (-18.00) and the broader share 50-share index was trading at 5605.15 (-4.85). It touched an intraday high of 18,523.64 and an intraday low of 18,480.96

share tips"The trend deciding level for the day is 18,579/5,616 levels. If indices trade above these levels during the first half-an-hour of trade then we may witness a further rally up to 18,678 - 18,814/5,646 - 5,683 levels. However, if they trade below 18,579/5,616 levels for the first half-an-hour of trade then it may correct up to 18,444 - 18,345/5,579 - 5,549 levels," said Angel Broking note. 
The BSE Midcap Index was up 0.08 per cent and the BSE Smallcap Index edged 0.01 per cent lower.

Among the sectoral indices, the BSE Metal Index declined 0.46 per cent, the BSE Auto Index was down 0.28 per cent and the BSE Bankex slipped 0.26 per cent. The BSE Power Index moved 0.38 per cent higher and the BSE IT Index advanced 0.22 per cent.
The equity benchmarks continued to trade in a narrow range around their previous closing.
The Software service exporter was trading down 2.5% while the House finance company, HDFC was also trading down 2%.
ICICI too lost over 1% whereas its rival State Bank of India was a gainer today with 2% increase.
Automobile sector was also trading under pressure today. Tata Motors lost 1%.
Hindalco Industries also shed 2%.

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Stock tips for 20 stocks today

Stock for today
 You will find many opportunities to trade in the stock market today.

Indeed, we will give you information about the 20 stocks in which you can earn profits in today's trading. Even though they share the same advanced or tumbling will give you the advantage. i.e., 20 shares advice on buying or selling today.

Stocks recommendations for today:

1. Hotel Leela: Buy CMP: Rs. 29.5, target Rs.33 Stop loss Rs.29

2. Delta: Buy CMP: Rs. 64.5, target Rs. 68 Stop loss Rs. 63

3. Mercator: Buy CMP: Rs. 22.5, target Rs. 25 Stop loss Rs. 22

4. SpiceJet: Buy CMP: Rs. 31.6, target Rs. 34 Stop loss Rs. 31

5. Sun TV: Buy CMP: Rs. 310, target Rs. 325 Stop loss Rs. 305

6. Sterlite Tech: Buy CMP: Rs. 30.75, target Rs. 33 Stop loss Rs. 30

7.NIIT: Buy CMP: Rs. 32, target Rs. 37 Stop loss Rs. 31.5

8. Reliance Mediaworks: Buy CMP: Rs. 64.25, target Rs. 68 Stop loss Rs. 63

9. Dish TV: Buy CMP: Rs. 72.5, target Rs. 76 Stop loss Rs. 71

10. Glenmark: Buy CMP: Rs. 432, target Rs. 445 Stop loss Rs. 428

11. Emami: Buy CMP: Rs. 504, target Rs. 519 Stop loss Rs. 500

12. Phoenix Mills: Buy CMP: Rs. 174, target Rs. 182 Stop loss Rs. 173

13. Gail: Buy CMP: Rs. 367, target Rs. 375 Stop loss Rs. 365

14. Siemens: Buy CMP: Rs. 310, target Rs. 325 Stop loss Rs. 305

15. India Infoline: Buy CMP: Rs. 57.30, target Rs. 60 Stop loss Rs. 57

16. Geojit BNP: Buy CMP: Rs. 19, target Rs. 20 Stop loss Rs. 18.75

17. Omax Autos: Buy CMP: Rs. 49, target Rs. 57 Stop loss Rs. 48.50

18. ACC: Buy CMP: Rs. 1356, target Rs. 1375 Stop loss Rs. 1348

19. Ambuja Cement: Buy CMP: Rs. 191, target Rs. 207 Stop loss Rs. 190

20. IOC: Buy CMP: Rs. 253, target Rs. 262 Stop loss Rs. 251

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Nifty News

Receiving weak signals from international markets and the impact of the slowdown in the rupee against the U.S. dollar has seen in Indian markets. Morning at 10.23 Sensex was trading 48.26 points lower at 17718.52 points. Nifty was trading at 17.85 points broke 5345.60 points.

Weakness in rupee against the dollar in the interbank foreign exchange recorded. Euro 5 paise against dollar in early trade American broke open at 55.49. Rupee closed at 55.44 on Monday 8 money was broke.

However, the pressure of the financial health of the Eurozone has seen in Asian markets. Nikkei, Shanghai Composite, weakness in Hamsng recorded. The U.S. markets closed lower on Monday.

Monday, 10 September 2012

Stock Nifty today/ tomorrow

Due to European economy in recession, many companies have been suffering in their business with huge losses. This is revealed in a survey by industry chamber FICCI. Freshly isolated areas, 73 per cent of the companies surveyed provided a minimum of 20 per cent reported that their business is suffering losses due to the European crisis.

nifty today tomorrowThis is because 18 per cent of the business has been reduced to 10 per cent. 60 per cent of the respondents believe that the current economic situation is unlikely to improve in the next three years.

Due to the poor economy, 50 per cent of European companies in Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North America have been the choice for business expansion. Although 20 per cent of companies are hopeful of improvement in Europe in the next one year.

Friday, 7 September 2012

Stocks and Nifty closure on Thursday

Upheaval among full business IT stocks fall after recovering from domestic stock market closed sharply. However, FMCG and CD segment profit in the increasingly small enough to be limited in scope. The BSE Sensex gained 32.93 points to 17346.27 points, up 12.70 points to improve to the level and NSE Nifty closed at 5238.40 points. BSE Midcap and Smallcap respectively were 0.31 and 0.24 per cent gain.

stock nifty todayImprovement in global, European stock markets, while Asian markets were having mixed trend. Gold futures rose to a new record level of approximately 33 thousand per ten gram has been under pressure the rupee. BSE Group IT and Tech class shares gained 2 to three percent. The Auto-Tech, HC, banking, PSU, power and metal bracket ranging from 0.02 to 0.73 per cent is.

The CD FMCG, realty and oil & gas segment's loss. Sensex opened with a gain points between the business 17418.40 17294.74 points above and below the Last Day of the living finally closed up 0.19 percent compared to 17313.34 points. The Nifty weak beginners. 5260.60 points and 5217.65 points higher in the business remaining in the bottom end of the day at 5225.70 points, compared to a gain of 12.70 points.

Total 2,953 stocks traded on the BSE. It was in 1444 and the remaining 175 in profit and loss in 1334 there was no change. Weakness coming rupee gained in the IT class shares. Sensex Wipro, Infosys and TCS ½ a cent to four per cent rise. Wipro is the most profitable in the Sensex.

Also Jindal Steel, Tata Motors, ICICI Bank, GAIL, NTPC, SBI, ONGC, Maruti, Hindalco, Sterlite, Mahindra, Cipla, Tata Power and Sun Pharma also has benefits. BHEL 3.20 per cent, the highest in those losses was in deficit. In addition, ITC 2.69 per cent, Bharti Airtel 2.09, 0.98 Sarathi India, HDFC Bank 0.91, Hero Honda Motors 0.89, T 0.55, 0.48, RIL, HDFC 0.22, Bajaj Auto 0.18, Coal India 0.07, 0.06 and Tata Steel 0.01 per cent deficit Reddy's Lab Getting into.

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Stock In news today

Government assurance - assurance of Chidambaram helped to some extent the market sentiments of the investors and brought confidence in the traders to return to the market. In addition, the increase in diesel prices and hope, which is likely to improve the government's fiscal position.

Especially Reliance Industries, State Bank of India (SBI) and ICICI Bank shares such luminaries as the best buy in the afternoon due to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex gained 56.47 points to close at 17440.87 points. National Stock Exchange (NSE) Nifty rose by 20.25 points to 5274 points with it.

Finance Minister's statement Sentiment improved investors. The. R.Choksey Securities managing director Deven Choksey said Chidambaram assurance have helped somewhat the investors in returning back to the market.

In addition, the increase in diesel prices and hope, which is likely to improve the government's fiscal position. Meanwhile, Cabinet Secretary Ajit Kumar Sethi said on Tuesday that the global slowdown is having an impact on India, but the fundamentals of the economy are strong. He said that the growth rate of the economy in order to maintain a high level all the measures being taken by many.

nifty todaySubbarao's statement was buying stocks from the banking sector.Goldman Sachs caution to the domestic banking sector, the category has moved from the neutral category. Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries at lower levels in the well was buying the company's shares jumped 1.87 percent.

In Asia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and South Korea's main index declined by 0.75 per cent from 0.10 per cent to close. In all key markets in Europe, selling pressure was seen. 0.81 per cent at the time it was written news UK FTSE, Germany's DAX and France's CAC 0.30 per cent to 0.37 per cent in turnover was down.

Domestic level, 18 of the 30 Sensex stocks gained. RIL, SBI and ICICI Bank with 2.6 per cent in GAIL, Jindal Steel by 2.44 per cent, 1.71 per cent, Tata Motors, Tata Steel by 1.41 per cent, 1.18 per cent of HUL, Maruti Suzuki 1.18 percent, 1.13 percent and Bharti BHEL Airtel gained 1.09 percent. On the other hand HDFC 1.54 per cent, 1.47 per cent of Cipla, Tata Power 0.98 per cent to 1.28 per cent and Bajaj Auto fell.

Overall market sentiment was positive. Markets listed a total of 1,543 companies were gainers. While the decline in the number of shares was 1,209. However, the market turnover decreased from Rs 1634.59 crore to Rs 1644.47 Monday came. Meanwhile, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold shares worth Rs 54.79 on Monday's. FIIs on Friday was removed from equity capital of Rs 146.30.