20 Sept Best Stock Market Trading Tips By Elite Investment Advisory

 

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Key benchmark indices opened higher in early trade, Wednesday against the previous day’s closing. The Indian rupee made stronger marginally against the USD. The shares of M&M, Adani Ports and Reliance Industries rose, whereas the shares of Tata Motors and Bharti Airtel fell in the morning hours.

The US Fed Reserve’s 2-day policy meeting will conclude later today. The US central bank is supposed to announce details of its plan to start shrinking the USD 4.5 trillion balance sheet.

Tata Steel has inked MoU for a 50-50 European steel Joint Venture. Its stock rose 1 percent in the morning. Tata Sons has raised stakes in its group firms such as Tata Motors, Tata Chemicals, and TGBL,   buying shares worth over Rs 3,200 crore.

Shares of Infosys Ltd rose 0.11 percent at Rs 912.30 after the company announced that Infosys Finacle, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company announced its partnership with Niki.AI commerce solutions.

The Initial Public Offering (IPO) of SBI Life Insurance Co. Ltd worth Rs 8,400 crore is set to hit the market today, with a price band of Rs 685-700 per share.

Best Stock Weekly Review: Market logs strong gains through the week

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Weekly Update- Indian stocks logged strong gains in the week ended Friday, 15 Sept 2017 led by gains in pharma and auto stocks. The BSE Small-Cap and BSE Mid-Cap indices outperformed the Sensex during the week. While the BSE MidCap advanced 217.99 points or 1.38% to settle at 15,972.74, the SmallCap index gained 362.56 pts or 2.22% to settle at 16,687.76.

In the week ended the Sensex rose 585.09 pts or 1.85 percent to settle at 32,272.61. The NSE Nifty index rose 150.60 points or 1.52 percent to settle at 10,085.40.

All through the previous five days, the Sensex had gained 524.44 points on solid global cues on receding concerns on North Korea and sustained buying by domestic investors.

On the macro front, the yearly rate of inflation, based on monthly WPI, figured provisionally at 3.24% for August 2017, corresponding to 1.88% in July 2017 and 1.09% in August 2016, as per data which was announced on Friday, 14 Sept 2017.

The price of Oil soared to their highest weekly rise since on higher demand forecasts and the recommence of refineries in US. The OPEC this week predicted higher demand for its oil in 2018 and pointed to cues of a tighter global market.

Best Stocks of Vedanta, IDBI Bank, Bajaj Finance, SAIL will be in focus today

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Sensex, Nifty are likely to open higher on Friday as Asian shares slipped after North Korea shoot another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean today. The Indian rupee on was trading little changed against the US dollar in today’s opening trade.

These stocks will be in focus today:

Metals and mining company Vedanta Ltd has said the State Pollution Control Board Odisha, has directed it to temporarily close five units of its power plants which may have an impact on the cost of production of the aluminium.

IDBI Bank has said that the bank has sold 12.5 lakh equity shares in Clearing Corporation of India for an undisclosed amount.

Bajaj Finance Ltd has allocated 2.6 crore shares to qualified institutional buyers bringing back over Rs 5044 crore.

SAIL India has reported an 18% surged in sales during August over the corresponding month last year.

IPO Watch: ICICI Lombard General Insurance has raised Rs 1625 crore from anchor investors ahead of its IPO sale opening today. It would allot shares to 64 anchor investors at Rs 661 per share.

Stock Market weekly review 4-8 Sept, Top advisory company in India

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Sensex, Nifty posted modest losses in the week ended 8 Sept 2017, as rising geopolitical worries between the US & North Korea diminished sentiments. In the weekend, BSE Sensex closed higher by 25 points, or 0.07%, to 31,688, while the Nifty 50 edged up by 5 points, or 0.05%, to 9,935.

In the past week beginning from August 31, 2017 to September 07, 2017, market was volatile. Weak GDP data, geopolitical worries are some of the key factors that affected the movements of the Indian indices. Sensex ended 68 pts lower, while Nifty managed to close positively, up 12 pts from the last week.

Increasing foreign investors selling due to premium valuation, lackadaisical earnings season and geopolitical worries kept the dictations for the market. Concerns on the North Korea front persisted, however, the good part was inflows by DIIs (Domestic institutional investors) and vigor in the rupee, which offset the downside.

Lack of clarity on the impact of GST in corporate earnings of the companies added to cautiousness. However, for the coming week, the market would keenly watch for the development in global markets. The key data points to be on the lookout are IIP, CPI and WPI.