Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Nifty slips below 11,300, Sensex down 100 pts; Avenue Supermarts up 3%

Axis Bank, Tech Mahindra, ONGC, Lupin, Power Grid, Dr Reddy's Laboratories are up 0.5-1 percent, while HDFC, ICICI Bank, Adani Port, L&T, Tata Steel are among the major losers.



InterGlobe Aviation hits fresh 52-week low post Q1 results: InterGlobe Aviation  slipped nearly 10 percent in morning trade to hit a fresh 52-week low of 905.20 on the BSE after the operator of low-cost carrier IndiGo, has reported a massive 96.6 percent fall in first-quarter net profit, dented by higher fuel prices and the adverse impact of forex.
Profit for the quarter declined to Rs 27.8 crore from Rs 811.1 crore in June quarter 2017.
The global brokerage firm, JP Morgan downgraded the stock to neutral from overweight post Q1 results and has also slashed its target price to Rs 900 from Rs 1,150 earlier.
Q1 earnings impacted on all fronts. The global investment bank expects the industry to either take up pricing or cut back on capacity addition.
Buzzing: Shares of Idea Cellular declined 5.4 percent in the early trade on Tuesday as CLSA downgrade the stock to sell and cut target price to Rs 51 per share.
The company has turned profitable in the quarter ended June 2018 as it has posted consolidated net profit at Rs 256.5 crore against loss of Rs 962.2 crore reported in March 2018.
The company's profit has included one-time gain on sale of its entire shareholding in Idea Cellular Infrastructure Services to ATC Telecom for Rs 3,364 crore.
However, the loss before tax and exceptional items was at Rs 2,757.6 crore.
The broking house CLSA has downgraded Idea Cellular to sell from buy and cut target to Rs 51 from Rs 70 per share.
According to CLSA, the Q1 revenue is in-line, but EBITDA is below estimates, while operating metrics were also weak. It expect net debt to be 6.6x EBITDA by FY21 and will still remain uncomfortable.
Market Opens: After closing at record highs in Monday’s trade the benchmarks indices opened lower on Tuesday, with the Nifty trading below 11,300 mark and Sensex below 37,400. 
The Sensex is down 100.14 points at 37394.26, and the Nifty down 27.30 points at 11292.20. About 459 shares have advanced, 379 shares declined, and 65 shares are unchanged.
Axis Bank, Tech Mahindra, ONGC, Lupin, Power Grid, Dr Reddy's Laboratories are up 0.5-1 percent, while HDFC, ICICI Bank, Adani Port, L&T, Tata Steel are among the major losers.
Avenue Supermart gained 3 percent after reporting stellar June quarter numbers.
Rupee opens: The Indian rupee opened marginally lower at 68.70 per dollar on Tuesday against previous close 68.67.
The dollar-rupee August contract on the NSE was at 68.88 in the previous session. August contract open interest increased 3.91% in the previous day, said ICICIdirect.
We expect the USD-INR to meet supply pressure at higher levels. Utilise upsides in the pair to initiate short positions, it added.
Market at pre-open: Pre-opening trends suggest that the Sensex and Nifty are likely to have flat start, with the Nifty trading above 11,300-mark. 
The Sensex up 53.09 points at 37547.49, and the Nifty down 2.20 points at 11317.30.
Axis Bank, Avenue Supermart are higher, while Idea and Interglobe Aviation are lower in pre-opening trade.

Monday, 30 July 2018

Sensex gives up most gains, Nifty above 11,250; SBI up 3%

The 50-share index is trading around 11,300-mark. Shares of Bank of Baroda and RIL are likely to be in focus as investors react to Q1 trends.

Market Update: Equity benchmarks have given up all of their gains, dragged by a selling in midcaps, IT as well as pharmaceuticals space. The Nifty continues to trade above 11,250-mark. 
The Sensex is down 14.84 points or 0.04% at 37322.01, and the Nifty down 8.90 points or 0.08% at 11269.50. The market breadth, however, is positive as 1,208 shares advanced, 748 shares declined, while 118 shares are unchanged.
Shares of State Bank of India, HPCL and ONGC have gained the most on both indices, while Kotak Mahindra Bank and Wipro were the top losers.  
New Listing: Women's apparel maker TCNS Clothing started off the first session on a tepid note, opening flat at around issue price of Rs 716 and then slipped in to red with a percent loss.
The 1,125-crore initial public offer had received good response from institutional investors, subscribing 5.25 times during July 18-20.
The offer received bids for 5,79,79,780 equity shares against the total issue size of 1,09,99,828 shares (excluding anchor portion of 47,14,210 shares).
Market Update: Benchmarks are marginally off their high points, but have continued to be in the green. The Nifty is hovering around 11,300.
The Sensex is up 70.51 points or 0.19% at 37407.36, and the Nifty up 15.90 points or 0.14% at 11294.30. The market breadth is positive as 1,284 shares advanced, against a decline of 575 shares, while 107 shares were unchanged.
Buzzing stock: Shares of Bank of Baroda soared almost 8 percent on Monday morning as investors cheered its strong results for the June quarter.
The stock touched an intraday high of Rs 150.00 and an intraday low of Rs 144.75.
The public sector bank reported a 160 percent jump in net profit to Rs 528.3 crore for the quarter ended June, beating analyst estimates. In the same quarter last year, profit was Rs 203.4 crore.
The profit was driven by healthy net interest income (NII), stable loan growth and lower provisions.
Buzzing Stock: Share price of Gati added nearly 18 percent in the early trade on Monday on the possible stake sold to the TVS Logistics.
India’s largest logistic services provider, TVS Logistics is in talks with Gati to buy a controlling stake for about Rs 1,500 crore, reported The Economic Times.
TVS, in which Canada’s CDPQ owns a significant minority stake, is negotiating to buy the entire promoter holding of around 23%, it added.
ICICI Bank surges 3%: Shares of ICICI Bank gained 3 percent on Monday morning as investors reacted to its June quarter performance, where provisions saw a major jump. 
The stock touched an intraday high of Rs 303.30 and an intraday low of Rs 298.00.
The lender had reported a net loss of Rs 119.5 crore in the first quarter of FY19 compared to a profit of Rs 2,049 crore in the same quarter last year.
Market Opens: Equity benchmarks have clocked fresh record highs on Monday morning, with the Nifty hitting 11,300 for the first time, while the Sensex is also well above 37,400-mark. 
The Sensex is up 92.84 points or 0.25% at 37429.69, and the Nifty up 21.10 points or 0.19% at 11299.50. The market breadth is positive as 434 shares advanced, against a decline of 123 shares declined, while 55 shares were unchanged.
Banks are the big gainers of this morning, with PSU banks seeing a big surge, led by Bank of Baroda. ICICI Bank is trading strong post its June quarter results as well. The midcap index is up around quarter of a percent. Meanwhile, the Bank Nifty has also hit a fresh record high. 
Rupee opens: The Indian rupee opened lower by 5 paise at 68.70 per dollar on Monday versus Friday's closing 68.65.
On Friday, rupee rose for the third consecutive session against the US dollar ahead of important major central bank policy meetings scheduled this week. RBI’s monetary policy statement will be released this week and expectation is that the central bank would hold rates unchanged but any hawkish comments could extend gains for the rupee, said Motilal Oswal.
On Friday, data released by RBI showed India’s FX reserves rose marginally by USD 67.7million to USD 405.14billion for the week ended July,20.
Market at pre-open: Pre-opening trends indicate that the Sensex and Nifty are likely to have a good start, with the Nifty trading well above 11,250-mark. 
At 09:01 hrs IST, the Sensex is up 138.45 points or 0.37% at 37475.30, and the Nifty down 5.90 points or 0.05% at 11272.50.
Shares of Bank of Baroda and Reliance Industries are higher in pre-opening trade after their June quarter numbers. 

Saturday, 28 July 2018

Sensex, Nifty hit a record high! Nearly 30 stocks rose 20-40% in 5 sessions

As many as 8 stocks from the S&P BSE 500 index rallied over 20 percent in the last five trading sessions which include names like Inox Wind, Vijaya Bank, Prism Johnson, Dilip Buildcon, REC, Shriram Transport Finance, Reliance Capital, and Jindal Saw.

Indian markets created history last week with both benchmark indices rallying over 2 percent each. The S&P BSE Sensex gained 840 points or 2.3 percent while the Nifty50 rose 268 points or 2.43 percent for the week ended 27 July.
The benchmark indices might have risen by a little over 2 percent but nearly 30 stocks on the BSE rose 20-40 percent in the same period.
As many as 8 stocks from the S&P BSE 500 index rallied over 20 percent in the last five trading sessions which include names like Inox Wind, Vijaya Bank, Prism Johnson, Dilip Buildcon, REC, Shriram Transport Finance, Reliance Capital, and Jindal Saw.
21 companies from the S&P BSE smallcap index rose 20-40 percent for the week ended July 27 which include names like JMT Auto, Metalyst Forging, Shree Renuka Sugars, Everest Industries, Monnet Ispat, Alok Industries, Punj Lloyd, Uttam Galva, A2Z Infra, and Atlanta Ltd.

Apart from record highs, the key positive takeaway for investors was the rally in the small & midcaps which were showing divergence in the past 2-3 months.
The S&P BSE Midcap index rose 4.7 percent while the S&P BSE Smallcap index gained 4.6 percent for the week ended July 27.
Some investors are raising the concern that if the broader market keeps on underperforming the rally which we are witnessing in the largecap space might not last for long. However, experts feel otherwise.
Data suggests that the broader market is under extreme pressure with worst performer being the real estate sector which is still trading below 85 percent to its lifetime highs and second-worst performer is the Infra index which is still trading 50 percent below its lifetime high.
"Just because these indices are lagging behind doesn’t mean that pivotal indices like Nifty and Sensex should falter from new lifetime highs and the rally shall prematurely terminate without much progress," Mazhar Mohammad, Chief Strategist – Technical Research & Trading Advisory, Chartviewindia.in told Moneycontrol.
"Technically speaking, broader markets shall get strengthened further and catch up momentum once Nifty 500 which is a broader gauge of the market pulse registers a fresh breakout beyond lifetime highs," he said.
On a year to date basis, the Sensex is now given a return of 9.6 percent while the Nifty rose by over 7 percent. The broader market has underperformed sharply during the same period. The BSE Midcap Index fell by 10.7 percent and the BSE Smallcap Index dropped 14.4 percent in the same period.
“We believe that this divergence between large and mid-caps may continue for some more time. Mid-caps still trade at a premium of 20-25% to the Nifty in terms of P/E and thus, could be vulnerable in a volatile market,” Siddharth Khemka, Head- Retail Research, MOSL told Moneycontrol.
“Some of the factors that can affect investor sentiments are crude oil prices, interest rates, the progress of monsoon, political developments, continued selling by FIIs and global cues on trade wars,” he said. Overall, Khemka likes Private Financials, Consumer Discretionary (Auto and Speciality Retail), FMCG, IT and select quality Mid-caps.


Friday, 27 July 2018

RIL|ICICI Bank| ITC| Bharti Airtel| Hindalco| Adani Ports|Thermax

Results Today: Reliance Industries, ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda, Alembic Pharma, Equitas Holding, HCL Technologies, Indian Overseas Bank, Jubilant Life science, M&M Financial Services, Shopper Stop, Westlife Development, Apcotex Industries, Coromandel International, DIC India, Excel Crop, Gallantt Ispat, Genus Power, Heritage Foods, IL&FS Transportation, IRB InvIT, Jayaswal Neco, JSW Energy, KIC Metaliks, Kirloskar Brothers, Mafatlal Finance, Nagarjuna Fertilizer, Phillips Carbon, Prestige Estate, RPG Life, Schneider Electric, TRF, Welspun India.


ITC: Q1 profit rises 10.1 percent to Rs 2,819 crore versus Rs 2,560.5 crore; revenue increases 7.6 percent to Rs 10,707 crore versus Rs 9,954.7 crore (YoY).

Bharti Airtel: Q1 profit jumps 17 percent to Rs 97.3 crore versus Rs 82.9 crore; revenue rises 2.3 percent to Rs 20,080 crore versus Rs 19,634 crore (QoQ).

Petronet LNG: Q1 profit surges 34 percent to Rs 587 crore versus Rs 437.6 crore; revenue jumps 42.5 percent to Rs 9,169.1 crore versus Rs 6,435.1 crore (YoY).

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Thursday, 26 July 2018

Following Stocks are in News - Trade India Research


Indian market regained momentum in the last two months largely on the back of buying in largecaps, and at the cost of the small & mid-cap spaces.
Analysts have shifted attention away from mid & smallcaps in 2018 following relentless selling in these stocks.
Apart from regulatory headwinds, high valuations, concerns regarding corporate governance issues, global headwinds in terms of a trade war and crude oil prices, fall in the rupee, and slower-than-expected economic growth weighed on Indian markets, especially on mid & smallcaps.
However, some midcaps managed to buck the trend and witnessed buying momentum amid selling in the broader market.
After the recent classification changes brought in by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in terms of market capitalisation, a few stocks have now entered the large-cap space. These are the ones where average market capitalisation rose above Rs 30,000 crore over the last six months.
According to data compiled from AceEquity, we identified seven stocks where average market capitalisation of last six months (January-June 2018) rose above Rs 30,000 crore compared to average market capitalisation recorded in the second half of 2017 (July-December 2017).
Seven stocks which turned largecaps from midcaps include Biocon, SAIL, Bharat Forge, Shriram Transport Finance, MRF, P&G Hygiene & Healthcare, and Colgate Palmolive India.
“Midcaps have a tendency to outperform the key benchmark index but multibaggers have their own personality. Nifty rose 28 percent while the Midcap index has posted the 48 percent return in the calendar year 2017,” Ritesh Ashar, CSO, at KIFS Trade Capital told Moneycontrol.
“Typically what performance was expected from the midcaps was up to the mark and it has marked positive alpha. In that scenario surprisingly mid-caps turned in to large cap. As we have seen a globally recognized method for determining the stock is on the basis of market cap irrespective of their past performance. So the mentioned example could be considered as a large caps,” he said.

As per the circular released by SEBI on October 6, 2017, Indian Mutual Funds Schemes have to be strictly categorised into various baskets with a well-defined classification of Large Cap, Mid Cap, and Small Cap stocks. Indian Mutual funds will have to re-align the schemes within one month.
According to a report by Edelweiss which highlighted the definition of large cap, midcap, and Smallcap:
a.) Large Cap: 1st -100th companies (cut-off stood at 6M Avg M-cap of Rs 30,600 crore)
b.) Mid Cap: 101 st - 250th companies (cut-off stood at 6M Avg M-cap of Rs 9,980 crore)
c.) Small Cap: 251st onwards companies
So what should investors do?
Analyst: Ritesh Ashar, CSO, at KIFS Trade Capital
Biocon: Buy above Rs 640
In the recent scenario, the stock is unfolding into a corrective pattern where it is on verge of completing its correction at an important Fibonacci retracement of 38.2% of the previous bull move.
Intermediate resistance is placed near Rs 640. If bulls manage to surpass the mention level, we may see further escalation towards uncharted territory.
SAIL: Hold as stocks likely to trade sideways
After a spectacular rally by marking positive alpha in 2017, the stock has lost some steam. It unfolded into a corrective pattern and we may see the stock to trade in a tight range of Rs 70 on the lower side and Rs 100 on the higher side. Traders can use these levels for trading accordingly.
Bharat Forge: Book profits at higher levels
Recently, on the higher time frame charts mainly on the weekly charts, the stock is trading in a lower top lower bottom pattern. The intermediate resistance is placed near Rs 656. Investors are advise to book profit at a higher level.
Shriram Trans Finance: Use rallies to exit
On higher time frame charts, mainly on the weekly, the stock is trading in a lower top lower bottom pattern. The intermediate resistance is placed near Rs 1,360. Investors are advised to use every rise as an exit strategy.
MRF: Hold
On the higher time frame charts, mainly on the monthly chart, the stock is trading in a clear uptrend and whenever higher time frame charts are bullish then every 5 percent correction could be capitalized as a buying opportunity. Once the momentum starts, the price tends to remain in a motion more or less in the same direction.
P&G Hygiene & Healthcare: Book Profits
P&G Hygiene & Healthcare is oscillating in escalating channel on the monthly chart where the channels overhead resistance is placed near the 11,000 mark. We advise traders to book profit near 11,000 and wait for the further confirmation. Intermediate support place near 10,000.
Colgate Palmolive India: Go Long
If we look at the FMCG sector, RRG (Relative rotation graph) on the weekly time frame indicate that FMCG is moving in a leading quadrant wherein relative strength and relative momentum is very high.
We are expecting FMCG continue to travel towards northern trajectory. In that space Colgate Palmolive on the higher time frame mainly on monthly moving in a clear uptrend. Investors’ are advised to go long in Colgate with a time horizon of 6 months.

Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Sensex opens at fresh record high, Nifty above 11,100; Asian Paints down 2%

Metals have extended their rally from the previous sessions and a strong trade in the midcaps space is also aiding the market.

Market Update: After hitting a fresh record high in the opening tick, the Sensex is now off the day’ high points. The Nifty, too, failed to hit a fresh record, but is currently trading above 11,100-mark. Among sectors, metals have extended their gains from the previous session, with the Nifty metals index up over 1.5 percent, while PSU banks are trading in the green too. 

The Sensex is up 35.89 points or 0.10% at 36860.99, while the Nifty is up 1.50 points or 0.01% at 11135.80. The market breadth is positive as 1157 shares advanced, against a decline of 588 shares, while 104 shares were unchanged.
The Nifty Midcap index is up around 0.40 percent as well. Among stocks, shares of Symphony have tanked 19 percent after the company’s net profit for Q1 fell 49 percent. Asian Paints, too, has fallen over 2 percent after its June quarter performance. Adani Ports, Vedanta, Bajaj Finserv and Indiabulls Housing are the top gainers, while Asian Paints and Airtel have lost the most.

Symphony tanks: Shares of Symphony touched 52-week low of Rs 1,132.20, down 19 percent in the opening trade on Wednesday on the back of poor June quarter numbers.
The company's Q1FY19 net profit fell 49 percent to Rs 20 crore versus Rs 39 crore in the same quarter last fiscal.
Revenue of the company slipped 23.2 percent to Rs 146 crore versus Rs 190 crore.
The company declared first interim dividend of Re 1 (50 percent) per equity share having face value of Rs 2 each for the financial year 2018-19.

Market Opens: It’s a subdued start to the market on this Wednesday morning, a deviation from the pre-opening rate trends where the larger index hit a fresh record high. Meanwhile, the Sensex has hit a fresh record high as well. The Nifty is well above 11,100, but is a good thirty points away from its record high. 
Metals have extended their rally from the previous sessions and a strong trade in the midcaps space is also aiding the market.
The Sensex is up 62.41 points or 0.17% at 36887.51, while the Nifty is up 7.20 points or 0.06% at 11141.50. The market breadth is positive as 389 shares advanced, against a decline of 106 shares, while 60 shares were unchanged.
Shares of Asian Paints are trading over 2.5 percent lower after its June quarter results. Oil marketing companies are taking a hit on the back of rising crude oil price. 
Rupee opens: The Indian rupee opened flat at 68.96 per dollar on Wednesday versus previous close 68.94.
The dollar-rupee July contract on the NSE was at 68.93 in the previous session. July contract open interest declined 2.98 percent in the previous day, said ICICIdirect.
We expect the USD-INR to meet supply pressure at higher levels. Utilise upsides in the pair to initiate short positions, it added.
Market at pre-open: Benchmark indices are seeing a strong start in the pre-opening rates, with the Nifty hitting a fresh record. 
At 09:00 hrs IST, the Sensex is up 154.36 points or 0.42% at 36979.46, and the Nifty up 26.40 points or 0.24% at 11160.70.

Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Sensex hits record high even as some stocks sink to 52-week lows

Experts said investors ought to avoid taking leverage bets and choose stocks simply because it's corrected in double-digits within the recent past.

The Sensex hit a record high of 36,749.69 on Mon, however, traders aren't rejoicing as a result of over 300 stocks on the BSE hit a recent 52-week low. Once markets scale recent peaks, one got to have seen additional stocks hit recent 52-weeks highs. However, within the current state of affairs, it's the opposite means around.



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Monday, 23 July 2018

Sensex Starts the Week on a Positive Note, Nifty Above 11k and UPL Rises 3%


All sectoral indices are trading in the green, with maximum buying seen among FMCG, financials as well as metal stocks

HDFC Bank falls:

Shares of HDFC Bank fell over 2% on Mon morning as investors reacted to the fine-print of the Gregorian calendar month quarter results declared by the loaner.

The stock touched an intraday high of Rs 2,160.00 and an intraday low of Rs 2,139.95.

The country’s largest non-public sector loaner (by market capitalization) announce associate 18.2 % year on-year (YoY) increase in its half-moon net income at Rs 4,601.44 crore missing expectations on the back of lesser than expected growth in interest financial gain.


South Indian Bank falls:

Shares of South Indian Bank plunged 18% on Monday morning as investors turned cautious of a fall in its profit. The stock touched AN intraday high of Rs 20.60 and an intraday low of Rs18.45.

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Friday, 20 July 2018

Stocks in the news: Wipro, Bajaj Auto, JSW Steel, Hindalco, Alembic Pharma, JK Paper, Fortis

Wipro | Bajaj Auto | JSW Steel | Hindalco | Alembic Pharma | JK Paper | Jain Irrigation and Fortis are the stocks which are in news today:


Here are the stocks which are in news today:
Results Today: Wipro, Bajaj Auto, Atul, Bata, MCX India, Ceat, Havells, Nelco, HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company, Zee Media Corporation, Just Dial, L&T Finance
Results on Saturday: HDFC Bank, Reliance Power, South Indian Bank.
Bajaj Finserv: Q1 consolidated profit rises 41 percent to Rs 825 crore versus Rs 585 crore; revenue increases 39 percent at Rs 3,943.6 crore versus Rs 2,839 crore (YoY).
Jain Irrigation bags India's largest major irrigation project worth Rs 975 crore
Hatsun Agro Product: Q1 profit rises to Rs 37.85 crore versus Rs 35.18 crore; revenue increases to Rs 1,235.67 crore versus Rs 1,168.73 crore (YoY).
Infosys expands its global network of Digital Studios, announces the opening of a new studio in Berlin
Hatsun Agro Product: Company proposes to set up a dairy manufacturing plant in Maharashtra and has identified the location for construction of the Plant. The installation of the dairy plant is expected to be commissioned before the end of December 2019.
Aditya Birla Money: Q1 profit rises to Rs 2.02 crore versus Rs 1.27 crore; revenue increases Rs 42.14 crore versus Rs 35.90 crore (YoY).
Himachal Futuristic bags orders for Rs 2004.15 crore from Bharat Sanchar Nigam
JSW Steel: National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approves JSW Steel-AION's resolution plan for Monnet Ispat with some modifications.
Andhra Bank clarified that exposure to Sterling group at Rs 1143.85 crore classified as NPA
ABB India: Q2 profit rises 35.8 percent at Rs 102.1 crore versus Rs 75.1 crore; revenue increases 21.5 percent at Rs 2,713 crore versus Rs 2,233 crore (YoY).
Hindalco: No proposal to acquire Aleris has been considered by the board
NCLT approves JK Paper's Rs 371 cr bid for Sirpur Paper Mills
Reliance Communications to meet bondholders for a proposal relating to restructuring of bonds in London on August 10
Alembic Pharma gets EIR for its Karakhadi facility
Fortis EGM on Aug 13 to seek shareholders nod for stake sale to IHH
Maruti Suzuki India expands reach of Ecstar products
Gujarat Sidhee Cement suspended operations of Kiln and upstream equipment at its cement factory due to heavy rainfall

Thursday, 19 July 2018

Stocks in the news | Kotak Mahindra Bank | Indian Bank | JSW Steel | Reliance Comm | JP Associates | Cadila Healthcare | JK Tyre and Tata

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Kotak Mahindra Bank | Indian Bank | JSW Steel | Reliance Comm | JP Associates | Cadila Healthcare | JK Tyre and Tata Motors are stocks, which are in news today.


ITC Global Holdings Pte, Singapore ceased to be a subsidiary of ITC
GHCL: The company reported a profit after tax (PAT) of Rs 62 crore for the quarter that ended in June
DFM Foods - committee meeting on August 6 to contemplate the proposal of sub-division of equity shares of a company.
JSW Steel to double Dolvi capacity to 10 mtpa by 2019
JSW Steel meeting on July twenty five to contemplate raising of long funds and Q1 results
Reliance Comm
Cadila Healthcare
Uflex
Tata Motors
Indian Bank
JK Tyre
Prakash Industries
Mindtree
Corporation Bank
Fortis Healthcare
Jaiprakash Associates


Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Stay with these 10 winners that raised 15-100% in Sept qtr in last 3 years


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The rally that pushed Sensex to record highs was simply few large-cap stocks whereas most well-known stocks within the broader market were touch 52-weeks low.


The Sensex rose nearly 7% within the june month quarter, however it's unlikely to return the maximum amount within the quarter ending September. Majority of the action was seen in largecaps whereas small- and midcap stocks still reel besieged.
Thirumalai Chemicals: Buy| Target: Rs 1,945| Stop Loss: Rs 1,467

V2Retail: Hold| Target: Rs 342| Stop Loss: Rs 380

Trent: Exit on rallies & re-enter above Rs 365| Target: Rs 425

JBM Auto: Buy| Target: Rs 409| Stop Loss: Rs 305

Venkys India: Hold but exit on rallies towards Rs 2700| Stop Loss: Rs 2,120

Divis Laboratories: Buy| Target: Rs 1220| Stop Loss: Rs 1070

HDFC Bank | NBCC | Suzlon Energy | Excel Industries | Dolphin Offshore

HDFC Bank | NBCC | Suzlon Energy | Excel Industries | Dolphin Offshore | IL&FS Engineering are the stocks which are in news today. ...