Sensex opens below 33,000, Stock Trading news and Calls on 15 November 2017

stock advisory companyThe key benchmark indices extended losses with Sensex lost 125 points to hit the day’s low of 32,816 levels while the NSE Nifty dropped 44 points to mark a day’s low of 10,142.55 at 10.45 hours on Wednesday.

Sun Pharma was the biggest loser on Sensex after the company reported a decline of 59.19% in the consolidated net profit to Rs 912.12 cr for the quarter ended on 30 Sept 2017 YoY basis.

Earnings Reports: GAIL (India)’s net profit rose 41.6% to Rs. 1309.63 Cr on 4.5% growth in net sales to Rs. 12409.65 Cr in Q2 Sept 2017 on YoY basis.

Bank of Baroda’s net profit fell 35.64% to Rs. 355.36 Cr on 3.68% rise in total income to Rs. 12490.39 Cr in Q2 Sept 2017 YoY.

Indiabulls Real Estate’s consolidated net profit fell 30.28% to Rs. 93.90 Cr on 1.54% rise in net sales to Rs. 721.58 Cr in Q2 Sept 2017 year on year.

NBCC (India)’s consolidated net profit rose 31.33% to Rs. 81.24 Cr on 12.07% fall in net sales to Rs. 1,319.25 Cr in Q2 Sept 2017 YoY.

The major companies which are lined up to announce their Q2 earnings are New India Assurance Company, CARE Ratings, Golden Tobacco, TD Power Systems, Digjam, Empee Distilleries, Automotive Axles, HMT and Universal Cables, among others.

Stock to Watch out, Stock in focus on 10 November 2017

stock market down Stock Market Update: Sensex and Nifty open significantly lower on negative global cues. At 10.30 am, BSE Sensex, was down 25.71 points at 33,225 levels while the NSE Nifty50 index was down 10.85 points at 10,298 levels. Shares of Oil & Gas companies decline, OMCs hit with HPCL and BPCL losing over 1 percent in the early trading hours today. Shares of Tata Motors, RIL, Asian Paints, Axis Bank, TCS, and Adani Ports lost up to 1.5% whereas ONGC socks, ICICI Bank, L&T, SBI, HUL and are rising up to 0.9%.

Stock Movements: Shares of State Bank of India was trading 0.43% higher at Rs 315.1.
Mahindra & Mahindra edged down 0.59% to Rs 1,353.45 ahead of their respective Q2 results today.
Stocks of Divi’s Laboratories Ltd rose 5.1% to Rs. 1061 in the early hours after the company announced in a notice to BSE that the US food & drug regulator has completed evaluation of corrective action.

Shares of Bharat Petroleum Corp fell 1.4% to Rs. 515 prior to its earnings expected to take place later in the day. As per reports, it is expected to post a net profit of Rs2160.10 crore while net sales will be at Rs 59286.20 crore.

Corporate Earnings: The stocks of companies such as Mahindra & Mahindra, MRF, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, Nestle, Balaji Telefilms, Bank of Maharashtra, Motherson Sumi Systems, Sobha, Sun TV, Cochin Shipyard, DLF and Suzlon among others will be in focus today as these companies scheduled to announce their earnings today. 

Rupee Watch: The Indian rupee opened at 65.07 a dollar and was trading at 65.08 against the USD, down 0.23% from its Thursday’s close of 64.94.

Sensex Nifty Gain, Index trend and Stock in Action on Wednesday

Sensex Nifty up Sensex and Nifty take cues from the positive US markets to trade on a positive note with BSE Sensex trading at 33,402 levels, up by 32 points, while NSE Nifty is trading at 10,357 levels, up by 7 points at 10.40 am on Wednesday. Pharma Sector gains strong footing with positive Q2 earnings from many companies. IT stocks trading higher with TCS, Wipro Ltd, Infosys Ltd, Tech Mahindra and HCL Technologies in the morning hours.

Quarterly Results:- Voltas Ltd, Ashok Leyland, Arvind Ltd, United Bank Limited, OBC, Bharat Forge, Petronet LNG, Balkrishna Industries, Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals, IRB Infra, NDTV, Muthoot Finance and Thermax are scheduled to release their quarterly earnings for the Sept quarter on Wednesday.

Stock in Actions:- AkzoNobel India has said it will sell its specialty chemicals biz as a going concern to an affiliate of the AkzoNobel Group-NV Netharlands for Rs 320 crore. 

Larsen & Toubro (L&T): Schneider Electric SE, the French industrial multinational together with its consortium partner Temasek, has in business with L&T to acquire its electric and automation division for Rs 15,000-Rs 17,000 cr.

Glaxo Smith Kline has reported 4.73% rise in net profit at Rs.192.41 cr for the Q2 ended Sept 30, 2017-18. The company had posted net profit of Rs .183.72 cr in the same period of previous year.
Reliance Communications is re-negotiating its deal with Canadian investment fund Brookfield along with other prospective buyers for a stake in its tower unit.

Telecom stocks will be in focus as the TRAI is considering removal of the 50% limit on spectrum holdings within a particular band. This would help Vodafone and Idea retain all their airwaves once the merger is completed.

Today 02 Nov Top Ten Stock News And BUY SELL Calls

top stock trade todayColgate Palmolive India Limited: LIC of India has acquired 2.021% stake FMCG firm Colgate Palmolive India Ltd through open market purchase, taking the entire holding in the company to 7.037 percent.

Crompton Greaves Consumer Electrical: Franklin Templeton Investment Funds has bought an additional 0.74% stake in the company by buying 4.6 million shares through a bulk deal on the NSE.

Hexaware Technologies has recommended paying 1 rupee per share as interim dividend.

ICICI Bank will consider raising funds through senior unsecured long-term bonds or Basel-III compliant Tier-I bonds in a single or multiple tranches.

ITC Foods Limited expects instant noodles brand Yippee to join the 10-billion-rupee revenue club by 2020.

Jaiprakash Associates has secured the RBI’s approval for the proposed offer to exchange outstanding existing foreign currency bonds maturing with 2020, 2021 bonds.

JSW Energy to set up a new thermal power generation capacity of 36 Megawatt for its group arm JSW Cement under long-term power purchase agreement.

M&M Financial Services will raise 1.5 bln rupees through secured redeemable NCDs carrying a coupon of 7.5320 percent.

Shree Cement has secured two coal linkages from Coal India Ltd in an auction for its captive power plant in Chhattisgarh.

Solar Industries India has obtained the running contract worth 11.43 billion rupees to supply 3,75,412 tonne bulk explosives to Coal India.

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share market down The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty opened on Thursday after closing at a record high in the previous session. The Indian rupee opened higher against the USD.

At 10.55 am, the BSE Sensex traded lower by 73.29 points, to 32,969.21, while the Nifty fell 8.85 points to close at 10,286.50. Shares of SBI and PNB hit a fresh record high, rising about 7.79% to Rs 351.3 and 14.55% to Rs 231.45 respectively. Other PSU bank stocks which also rallied include Indian Bank, Bank of Baroda, Union Bank of India Canara Bank,  Bank of India, OBC,  IDBI Bank and Syndicate Bank.

JP Group stocks fell after the Supreme Court has extended the deadline for Jaypee Associates Ltd to deposit Rs. 2,000 crore to cover its liability towards those who bought homes in projects of its subsidiary Jaypee Infratech Ltd.

Tata Communications Ltd fell 4% to Rs. 688 after it has reported a loss of Rs. 128.55 crore against a net profit of Rs. 267.65 crore that was in the corresponding quarter last year.
HCL Infosystems Ltd fell 4% to Rs. 46.85 after the company announced its net loss for the quarter widened to Rs. 455.57 cr from Rs. 37.13 cr a year ago period.

Rupee Watch: The Indian rupee opened at 64.80/USD and was being traded at 64.74 V/s the dollar, up 0.25% from its last close of 64.90.