The jubilant mood on the Street could ebb away as investors tune in to global developments. US President Donald Trump may take on North Korea and Iran in his first address to the United Nations today. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Trump spoke about keeping pressure on North Korea with economic sanctions imposed through the United Nations. The US Federal Reserve’s two-day policy review
* Yesterday, NSE-NIFTY recorded new lifetime- high post a gap up opening on back of positive global cues and later gradually advanced during the day. In the late trades, NIFTY witnessed minor decline from the intraday high of 10,172 level and finally, settled the session at 1
NIFTY MORNING OUTLOOK
Checking a World index& Asian market trading mixed. Nifty50 on the SGX were trading at 1,0164 -15 points lower indicating flat opening for the NSE.
On Monday, The Nifty 50 index rose 67.70 points or 0.67% to settle at 10,153.10, its record closing high. The index rose 86.30 points, or 0.86% at the days high of 10,171
* The Nifty index began the week on a strong positive note and has managed to close above the 10150 mark, ended with a record closing high at 10153.10 with gaining 67.70 points.
* On a daily chart, the nifty has given a gap up opening and has traded above the 61.8% Fibonacci extension level which acted as a strong resistance for
NIFTY hits an all time HIGH, maintains momentum as HEAVYWEIGHTS fire the roost .….
* The NIFTY opened @ 10133.10(pre-open), a GAP-UP of 48 points to recent HIGH & shade short of the all time HIGH. The actual opening saw NIFTY hit an all time HIGH and then it was a SIDEWAYS move till the end.
Sensex (32424) / Nifty (10153)
Our markets had a pleasant start for the week as traders across the globe seemed quite cheerful and as a result, recent record high of 10137.85 was conquered in the opening trade of the day. Subsequently, we witnessed a narrow range activity with a positive bias throughout the day.
Finally, after a lot of time-w
Markets started the week on robust note and gained over half a percent, thanks to firm global markets and supportive local cues. It opened gap up and maintained that positive tone till the end. There was a sense of relief among the participants across the globe that the weekend ended peacefully without any fresh nuclear test from North Ko
1. As on 15.9.2017, the long term moving averages stand as below: 50 DMA @ 9918, 100 DMA @ 9714, 200 DMA @ 9190. The longer term averages, thus, remain POSITIVELY aligned.
2. On the Index Futures side, its lightening side once again, as both on the FII as well as retail side have reduced their positions considerably. FIIs have d
Investors are more cued into global developments to get a sense of market direction. For now, the situation appears calm even as US maintains that time is running out for a peaceful solution to the North Korean issue. US President Donald Trump will address the United Nations tomorrow. Global leaders will meet in New York to weigh options to dissuade North Korea from enhancing its nuclear capabi
NIFTY LOOKS UP
* Nifty recovers most of its August decline, gains 1.5% on weekly close
* Geo-political tensions resurface post North Korea’s Japan-bound missile
* Weak sentiments from rising crude prices and focus on electric vehicles keep OMCs pressured
* Bitcoin price falls to $3100 zone, Chinese exchange ban spoo
* The Nifty index ended the last day of the week on a flat note and has managed to close above the 10050 mark, settled at 10085.40 with losing 1.20 points.
* On an hourly chart, the nifty has opened on a negative note and has given a bounce back move after testing a strong support at horizontal level 10055 from where we had seen
Sensex (32273) / Nifty (10085)
Although the Nifty index registered gains of 1.52 percent during last week, the index has formed narrow range candles in last three trading sessions.
The kind of activity we are observing since last three days is quite obvious as traders seemed a bit unsure whether the market has that much strength to cross reco
NIFTY withers past global turmoil, maintains momentum yet largely remains unchanged.….
* The NIFTY opened @ 10062.35, a GAP-DOWN by around 24.25 points over Thursday. Almost all the session saw Nifty walleting around the 10050 mark, and mostly in the RED. The last hour or so saw a sharp pull bac
NIFTY MORNING OUTLOOK
Tracking Asian market Hang Seng, shanghai, Nikkei over 1% percent up. Nifty50 on the SGX were trading at 1,0148 +54 points on indicating gap up for the NSE.
On last trading session of market, The Nifty fell 1.20 points or 0.01% to settle at 10,085.40, The index rose 28.55 points or 0.28% at the days high of 10,115.15 in
Domestic Market View
Markets to make a cautious but green start of the new week
The Indian markets recovering from their lows managed a positive close in the last session. Today, the start is likely to be mildly green-to-cautious amid lingering geopolitical worries, traders will also be reacting to trade data
Markets ended almost flat in a volatile session today, pressurized by weak global cues. The news of another missile test by the North Korea led a feeble start but buying in select index majors pared losses completely in the middle. However, profit taking in last half an hour again pushed the bulls slightly on the back foot. Amid all, only
Nifty consolidated in the passing week and managed to gain nearly 1.5% amid mixed cues - Religare Sec
* Nifty consolidated in the passing week and managed to gain nearly 1.5% amid mixed cues.
* It has been hovering around the record high and we feel it’s healthy for market. Traders should continue with buy on dips approach till Nifty holds above 9950.
* Going ahead, investors should keep a close
NIFTY once again failed to record new high in absence of major headlines in the market - Reliance Sec
* On Thursday, NSE-NIFTY witnessed sharp decline post a firm opening, but later narrow range consolidation saved index from falling further.
* Finally, NIFTY finished trade on a flat note at 10,087 level, with gain of 7 points.
* NSE Cash segment reported turnover of Rs27,692 crore as compared to Rs29,182 crore ea
Provocations are here again. Geo-political tensions made a comeback as North Korea fired a missile over Japan that landed into the Pacific Ocean. In retaliation, South Korea launched a ballistic missile test, conducting live-fire exercises that simulate attacking Pyongyang's launch site. The United Nations Security Council will meet today to discuss the latest missile test. US markets close
Tracking Asian market opened mixed. Investors remained cautious as North Korea fired another missile over Japan.Nifty50 on the SGX were trading at 1,0064 -60 points lower indicating gap down for the NSE.
On Thursday The Nifty advanced 7.30 points or 0.07% to settle at 10,086.60. It rose 47.20 points, or 0.47% at the days high of 10,126.
* The Nifty index ended the session on a positive note, settled at 10086.60 with gaining 7.30 points.
* On an hourly chart, the nifty has opened on a positive note but faced a strong resistance of 61.8% Fibonacci Extension level, placed at 10110.46.
* However, during the session, the index has tested a strong support o
NIFTY maintains momentum yet largely remains unchanged as “INSIDE day” is the order of the day - GEPL
NIFTY maintains momentum yet largely remains unchanged as “INSIDE day” is the order of the day.….
* The NIFTY opened @ 10107.40, a GAP-UP by around 28 points over Wednesday. The first hour saw Nifty walleting within striking distance of the all time HIGH & yet it remained elusive
Sensex (32242) / Nifty (10087)
Our markets opened on a flat note on the back of mixed global cues. In fact, the entire day’s price action was a replica of previous session as we saw index oscillating in a small range with some profit booking taking place near historical highs. As a result, the Nifty once again closed below the 10100 mark after ma
Nifty traded range bound and ended flat, taking a breather after the recent recovery. After an initial uptick, it hovered in a band till the end, tracking mixed local cues. Meanwhile, movement continued on stock specific front while mostly sectoral indices closed unchanged.
We’re closely aligned to the world markets at pre
A late sell-off in Indian markets took the shine off the indices, which were steadily progressing towards new highs. Concerns over long trading hours were put to rest after clarifications from BSE that no extension of trading hours is on hand. Foreign investors continue to hit the sell button; on Wednesday they were reportedly net sellers of shares worth more than Rs. 1200 crore while domestic