Monday- 27 Nov Sensex falls 69 points, Nifty trades lower, ONGC stocks rose

sensex downIndian Share Market opened marginally lower on Monday tracking weakness in Asian markets and on caution prior to the release of July-September GDP data later this week.

At 10.50 am, BSE Sensex lost 69 points to open at 33,610 whereas NSE Nifty dropped 28.65 points to begin at 10,361. The Indian rupee dropped 9 paise to 64.79 against the dollar in early trade at the interbank foreign exchange.

ONGC, United Phosphorus Ltd, Vedanta Ltd, Hindalco and Tech Mahindra gained the most on Nifty50, while Bharti Airtel, HPCL, Infosys, Adani Ports and Sun Pharma were the top losers.

Shares of Videocon Industries Ltd rose 5 percent to Rs 13.45 after the company announced that it seeks shareholders approval for raising Rs. 2,000 crore via shares.

Shares of Satin Creditcare Network Ltd rose 3 percent to Rs. 400 after the company announced that it will raise fund from promoter, Nordic Microfin, Kora Investment & IndusInd Bank Ltd. by way of equity & convertible preference shares.

Shares of Oil & Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) spiked 2 percent to Rs. 183.30 after rise in crude oil price internationally.

Commodity Market- MCX Gold, Copper futures end higher on Tuesday

MCX gold silver Gold futures ended higher on Tuesday since the US dollar headed lower and investors were keen to look at the Federal Reserve’s recent minutes of meeting due midweek from expecting for clues on plans for interest rates.

Gold futures for December delivery added USD 6.40 or 0.5% to settle at USD 1,281.70 per ounce on the primary market, Comex of the NY Mercantile, while spot gold was up 0.3% at USD 1,280.63 an ounce.

Conversely, Comex copper futures ended higher on Tuesday. Copper futures for December delivery rose 1.2% to settle at USD 3.129 a pound on the Comex metals division of NY Mercantile Exchange.

Meantime, oil extended gains after data showed a considerable draw in inventories. U.S. light crude added 25 cents to USD 57.08 while Brent crude oil was flat at USD 62.57.

20 Nov Monday Sensex Nifty down side, Top Stocks Trading News

sensex down The Share markets got off to a muted begin on Monday on weakness in Information Technology stocks and metal stocks after traders took profit amid sluggish global cues.

At 10.30 am, the BSE Sensex fell 16.14 points to 33,326 levels while the NSE Nifty 50 edged down 11.20 points to 10,272.40. Shares of Maruti Suzuki, NTPC, L&T, ONGC, ITC, and Adani Ports gained up to 1.6% in the morning hours while ICICI Bank, Cipla, Infosys and Tata Steel lost up to 1.2% on BSE Sensex.

Stocks of Cadila Healthcare Ltd rose 1.4% to Rs. 452.50 after the company announced that it got US Food & Drug Administration’s final nod for Ethacrynate sodium.

Stocks Housing Development & Infrastructure Ltd rose 3% to Rs. 65.50 after Morgan Stanley bought 29.18 lakh shares or 0.7% equity stake at Rs. 64.26 each on Friday.

Stocks of Wipro Ltd is on watch out as the company starts its buyback of shares from Nov 29, 2017 to Dec 13, 2017. 

Logistics stocks will be in limelight on the Exchanges after the finance ministry has decided to give infrastructure status to the logistic sector.

Sensex up 400 Pts on Moddy’s , Stock to Watch out today 17 November 2017

sensex high Indian stock markets have opened the day on a strong note on Friday on positive global cues. The BSE Sensex surged 377.48 points to 33,483.30, while the NSE Nifty50 gained 117.75 points to 10,332.50 at 10:45 hours. The markets are risen higher by the banking stocks, which rose by 1.7% on back of Moody’s report on upgrade of Indian Govt bond rating. Punjab National Bank, ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India were gaining in the morning hours.

Following companies, among others, will be in focus today during trade based on recent and latest news developments.

FMCG companies’ stocks in focus today as the govt has approved setting up of the proposed National Anti-profiteering Authority under GST to ensure consumers get the advantage of lower taxes under the new indirect tax implementation.

Bank of Baroda: BoB said the Finance Committee of the board will meet next week to consider approving its proposal to raise Rs. 6,000 crore via Qualified Institutional placement or rights issue.
Bharti Airtel: Fair trade regulator Competition Commission of India has approved Bharti Airtel’s deal to take over the loss-making consumer mobile business of the Tata Group.

Among the companies which are scheduled to report their quarterly earnings today include JMT Auto, Kalyani Forge, Sadbhav Infra, S Chand & Company Ltd, Mayur Uniquoters.

Oil & Gas Stock Rallies, Post Lunch Hours

crude oil Oil & Gas company stocks are rising up with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Indian Oil Corporation, Castrol India and Petronet LNG, on buying and selling momentum, in the afternoon hours on Thursday. The BSE Oil & Gas index used to be buying and selling 0.38 up at 15,632. However, stocks of Indraprastha Gas, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, Oil India, GAIL (India) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation have been buying and selling.

Among the 51 stocks within the Nifty 50 index, 36 stocks have been buying and selling within the inexperienced, whereas 14 socks have been within the pink. Infosys, State Bank of India, Reliance Industries, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Motors and NTPC have been among the top gainers within the Sensex index.