என்னுரை

நண்பர்களே….

ஆங்கிலத்தில் பங்கு சந்தைகள் குறித்து எண்ணற்ற இணைய தளங்களையும், வலைப் பதிவுகளைக் காணும் போது தமிழில் இத்தகைய செயல்பாடு ஒன்று இல்லையே என்கிற ஆதங்கத்தினாலும், இந்திய பங்குச்சந்தைகள் குறித்த எனது பார்வைகளை பதிந்து வைக்கவுமே இந்த வலைப்பதிவு உருவாக்கப்பட்டது.

இங்கே பகிர்ந்து கொள்ளப்படும் தகவல்கள் ஒரு சாமானியனின் பார்வையில் ஒரு சாமானியனுக்காக மட்டுமே…..இங்குள்ள தகவல்களின் மீதான முடிவுகளை தயவு செய்து நன்கு ஆராய்ந்து உங்களுக்கு திருப்தியளிக்கும் பட்சத்தில் உங்களின் சுய நம்பிக்கையுடன் எடுங்கள்….ஏனெனில் பங்கு வர்த்தகம் எனது முழு நேர தொழிலோ அல்லது நான் ஒரு தொழில் முறை ஆலோசகனோ இல்லை என்பதையும் நினைவில் கொள்ளுங்கள்.

எனது வேளைப்பளுவின் காரணமாய் பின்னூட்டங்களுக்கு உடனடியாக பதிலளிக்க இயலாத நிலையில் புரிந்து கொள்வீர்கள் என நம்புகிறேன். மற்றபடி நேரம் கிடைக்கும்போது நிச்சயமாக உங்களின் சந்தேகங்களை விளக்கிட முயற்சிக்கிறேன்.

….பங்கு வர்த்தகம் ஒரு சூதாட்டமோ, லாட்டரியோ இல்லை…

தெளிவான திட்டமிடல், நேர்த்தியான அணுகுமுறை….தொடர்ச்சியான ஆர்வம், தளராத மனநம்பிக்கை இதனோடு கொஞ்சமே கொஞ்சமாய் பணமிருந்தால் போதும்.சாதித்துவிடலாம்….

சாதிக்கலாம் வாருங்கள்…..

வாழ்த்துகளுடன்….

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    • (28th jun 2012 ) Important levels to watch:- Nifty Spot:- Resistance at 5200, 5265 and Support at 5085, 5020. Bank Nifty Spot :- Resistance at 10190, 10380 and Support at 9840, 9650.

    • 27-june-2012 Intraday Commodity Level

      Comm contract S3 S2/ Buy M1 S1 Sell Below PP Buy Above R1 M4 R2/ Sell R3

      GOLD 4-Aug-12 29629 29759 29819 29878 29943 30008 30068 30127 30192 30257 30376
      SILVER 5-Jul-12 51420 51942 52148 52354 52615 52876 53082 53288 53549 53810 54222
      SILVER 5-Sep-12 52806 53329 53523 53717 53978 54240 54434 54628 54890 55151 55539

      COPPER 31-Aug-12 416.7 418.8 420.25 421.75 422.75 423.8 425.3 426.8 427.8 428.85 431.85
      COPPER 29-Jun-12 411.8 414 415.48 417 418 419.15 420.675 422.2 423.3 424.35 427.4
      NICKEL 31-Jul-12 918.7 924.4 926.95 929.5 932.35 935.2 937.75 940.3 943.2 946 951.1
      NICKEL 29-Jun-12 907.27 913.7 916.75 919.77 923 926.23 929.25 932.27 935.5 938.73 944.77
      LEAD 31-Jul-12 99.633 100.5 100.83 101.13 101.5 102.02 102.325 102.63 103.1 103.52 104.13
      LEAD 29-Jun-12 97.9 98.7 99.05 99.4 99.8 100.2 100.55 100.9 101.3 101.7 102.4
      ZINC 31-Jul-12 99.3 100.2 100.48 100.8 101.2 101.65 101.975 102.3 102.7 103.15 103.8
      ZINC 29-Jun-12 98.667 99.4 99.8 100.17 100.55 100.93 101.3 101.67 102.1 102.43 103.17
      ALUMINIUM 31-Jul-12 103.52 104.2 104.78 105.37 105.5 106.03 106.625 107.22 107.6 107.88 109.07
      ALUMINIUM 29-Jun-12 101.1 101.9 102.58 103.25 103.65 104.05 104.725 105.4 105.8 106.2 107.55

      CRUDEOIL 19-Jul-12 4432 4481 4510.5 4540 4564.5 4589 4618.5 4648 4673 4697 4756
      NG 26-Jun-12 105.27 52.6 78.95 105.27 78.95 52.633 78.95 105.27 78.95 52.633 105.27

      MENTHAOIL 30-Jun-12 1177.2 1205 1215.4 1225.6 1239.55 1253.5 1263.75 1274 1288 1301.9 1322.4

    • Market Outlook
      June 29, 2012
      http://www.angelbroking.com
      Dealer’s Diary
      The Indian markets are expected to open in green tracking positive cues from SGX
      Nifty. Asian shares and the euro were under pressure as European leaders argued
      over how to ease borrowing strains in Italy and Spain and stop the euro zone debt
      crisis spreading, with investors fearful of US reaction to the deadlock.
      US stocks saw significant weakness throughout much of the trading day on
      Thursday, the markets staged a significant recovery attempt in the final hour of
      trading. The major averages climbed well off their worst levels of the day but still
      closed in negative territory. Lingering concerns about the financial situation in
      Europe contributed to the early weakness on Wall Street along with a negative
      reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Obama’s healthcare
      reform law, including the law’s individual insurance mandate.
      Continued expectations of government action to revive domestic growth helped
      Indian shares shrug off weak global cues on Thursday. The rupee also traded firm,
      bolstered by dollar selling by banks and exporters after PM sought to give a big
      push to the sagging economy.
      Markets Today
      The trend deciding level for the day is 16,981 / 5,145 levels. If NIFTY trades above
      this level during the first half-an-hour of trade then we may witness a further rally
      up to 17,043 – 17,096 / 5,164 – 5,178 levels. However, if NIFTY trades below
      16,981 / 5,145 levels for the first half-an-hour of trade then it may correct up to
      16,928 – 16,866 / 5,130 – 5,111 levels.
      Indices S2 S1 PIVOT R1 R2
      SENSEX 16,866 16,928 16,981 17,043 17,096
      NIFTY 5,111 5,130 5,145 5,164 5,178
      News Analysis
      􀂄 Coal India gets NTPC’s de-allocated coal mines
      􀂄 SBI cuts its lending rates for exporters by 50bp
      􀂄 CG inaugurates new EHV switchgear manufacturing facility in Brazil
      􀂄 Petrol price cut by `2.46/litre
      􀂄 DoT to slap penalties `1,594cr on five mobile phone firms this week
      􀂄 PM moves to soften GAAR
      􀂄 EU summit works on short-term support for Spain, Italy
      Refer detailed news analysis on the following page
      Net Inflows (June 27, 2012)
      ` cr Purch Sales Net MTD YTD
      FII 1,918 1,651 267 856 42,794
      MFs 383 319 64 118 (6,348)
      FII Derivatives (June 28, 2012)
      ` cr Purch Sales Net Open Interest
      Index Futures 5,385 5,354 31 10,982
      Stock Futures 6,243 6,198 46 21,369
      Gainers / Losers
      Gainers Losers
      Company Price (`) chg (%) Company Price (`) chg (%)
      Bajaj Finserv 679 5.4 JPPOWER 35 (4.4)
      Educomp Sol 171 4.3 JSW Ispat 10 (3.5)
      MMTC 738 3.8 Manappuram Fin 32 (3.2)
      Century Tex 300 3.3 Axis Bank 971 (3.0)
      Indian Hotels 61 3.1 Sesa Goa 186 (2.9)
      Domestic Indices Chg (%) (Pts) (Close)
      BSE Sensex 0.1 23.0 16,991
      Nifty 0.1 7.3 5,149
      MID CAP 0.1 4.0 6,055
      SMALL CAP 0.2 14.5 6,459
      BSE HC (0.0) (1.3) 6,757
      BSE PSU 0.3 21.9 7,133
      BANKEX (0.3) (36.8) 11,508
      AUTO 0.1 7.8 9,256
      METAL 0.2 17.2 10,426
      OIL & GAS (0.4) (29.1) 7,941
      BSE IT 0.2 12.3 5,688
      Global Indices Chg (%) (Pts) (Close)
      Dow Jones (0.2) (24.8) 12,602
      NASDAQ (0.9) (25.8) 2,849
      FTSE (0.6) (30.9) 5,493
      Nikkei 1.7 143.6 8,874
      Hang Seng (0.8) (151.7) 19,025
      Straits Times 0.2 5.2 2,847
      Shanghai Com (1.0) (21.1) 2,196
      Indian ADRs Chg (%) (Pts) (Close)
      INFY (1.0) (0.4) $42.8
      WIT (0.9) (0.1) $8.7
      IBN (0.5) (0.1) $30.4
      HDB (0.6) (0.2) $31.0
      Advances / Declines BSE NSE
      Advances 1,448 736
      Declines 1,312 690
      Unchanged 138 82
      Volumes (` cr)
      BSE 4,307
      NSE 11,322

      • பங்கு வா;த்தகம் செய்பவா;களில் 95 % நபாகள் நட்டத்தையேய சந்திக்வன்றனர்.

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    • Sensex (17426) / NIFTY (5288)
      Yesterday, our benchmark indices opened on a
      positive note on the back of positive global clues.
      However, we witnessed a choppy trading session
      throughout the day and finally indices closed
      marginally in the positive territory. On sectoral front,
      Consumer Durables, Realty and PSU counters were
      among the major gainers whereas; FMCG, IT and
      Power remained under pressure. The advance to
      decline ratio was strongly in favor of advancing
      counters (A=1728 D=1139) (Source –
      http://www.bseindia.com).
      Formation
       The 200-day SMA (Simple Moving Average) is
      placed at 16810/ 5078 level.
       The weekly ‘RSI-Smoothened’ oscillator and ‘5 &
      20 EMA’ are now signaling a positive crossover.
       Markets have taken support at the Monthly
      ‘Upward Sloping Trend Line’ and have formed a
      ‘Bullish Engulfing’ Pattern.
      Trading strategy:
      Yesterday, once again we witnessed a choppy trading
      session where; our indices were unable to sustain
      above 17500 / 5300 level. Our markets traded in a
      narrow range throughout the day to close near the
      opening levels to form another ‘Doji” Candlestick
      pattern similar to the previous session. Therefore,
      there are no major changes in the chart structure and
      we reiterate our view that recent low of 17363 / 5263
      remains intermediate intraday support for the
      markets. Below 17363 / 5263 level, we may witness
      some profit booking and indices may test 5240 –
      5215 levels. On the upside, if indices sustain above
      17527 / 5317 level then are likely to rally further
      towards 17530 – 17687 / 5340 – 5386

    • July 4th 2012

       The Nifty futures open interest increased by 3.03% while
      BankNifty futures open interest is increased by 4.05% as
      market closed at 5287.95 levels.
       The Nifty July future closed at premium of 17.80 point
      against premium of 17.00 points. The August series
      closed at a premium of 43.25 points.
       The Implied Volatility of at the money options is
      decreased from 17.32% to 16.75%.
       Nifty PCR-OI has decreased from 1.21 to 1.20 levels.
       The total OI of the market is `1,12,000/-cr. and the
      stock futures OI are `29,009/-cr.
       Few of the liquid counters where we have seen high
      Cost-of-Carry are TTML, MTNL, VIDEOIND, NCC and
      BAJAJHIND

    • Commodity Intraday Levels 04.07.2012

      Comm S3 S2/ Buy M1 S1 Sell Below PP Buy Above R1 M4 R2/ Sell R3

      GOLD 4-Aug-12 29206 29325 29362 29399 29459 29518 29555 29592 29652 29711 29785
      SILVER 5-Sep-12 53008 53225 53345 53465 53574 53682 53802 53922 54031 54139 54379
      COPPER 31-Aug-12 417.85 422.00 423.10 424.20 426.28 428.35 429.45 430.55 432.63 434.70 436.90
      NICKEL 31-Jul-12 918.80 926.20 929.65 933.10 936.80 940.50 943.95 947.40 951.10 954.80 961.70
      LEAD 31-Jul-12 102.82 103.48 103.85 104.22 104.55 104.88 105.25 105.62 105.95 106.28 107.02
      ZINC 31-Jul-12 101.92 102.73 103.05 103.37 103.78 104.18 104.50 104.82 105.23 105.63 106.27
      ALUMINIUM 31-Jul-12 102.85 103.95 104.55 105.15 105.70 106.25 106.85 107.45 108.00 108.55 109.75
      CRUDEOIL 19-Jul-12 4442 4523 4582 4640 4681 4721 4780 4838 4879 4919 5036
      NATURALGAS 26-Jul-12 149.5 151.2 152.7 154.1 155.0 155.8 157.3 158.7 159.6 160.4 163.3

    • july 5th 2012
      silverm book par profit CMP 53870
      Nickel buy 944/946 tgt 955 SL
      leadmini positional yesaterday given 1st tgt hit

      MAJOR RESISTANCE @ 5366- 5354( THIS LEVEL WILL NOT BE BROKEN EASILY) IN BETWEEN NIFTY WILL FACE SMALL RESISTANCE @ 5314 ,, 5324 ,, 5335, 5344…… SUPPORT @ 5280 ,5270- LEVELS …
      Long term investment : Buy Sankhya Infotech @ 13+ target 45, 50, hold for 6 month
      BUY N HOLD VIPIND FUT @ 86.25, SL-84, TGT-90
      BUY BANKOFINDIA FUTURES AT 354.40 STOP 350.85 TGT 357.05 359 363
      BUY HITECHI HOME CMP 135 SL 131 TGT 145
      : THE LEVEL 5311-32 STILL STANDS AS A STRONG RESISTANCE FOR NIFTY (SPOT), BUT THE SHORT TERM VIEW IS BULLISH.
      IT MAY POSSIBLE THAT NIFTY (SPOT) MAY RE-TEST 5162 BEFORE JUMP OVER TO A NEW HIGH.
      ANY HOW 5365-5400-5464 IS THE NEXT TARGET FOR BULLS.

      buy tatasteel at 451 sl 446 target1 456.5 tar2 462
      lead buy tgt 105.50 SL 103.
      chambfert buy 76 tgt 79 sl 75
      : zincmini buy above 104 TGT 104.60/105.50 SL below 103.20
      good morning, sgx nifty negativ 5 points
      today also market resistance 5335, if its breaks market move up, but sell stoploss 5340 for nifty

    • 07/07/2012
      Crude Oil May move up by declining another 20 points from CMP, Can BUY with strict SL 4725 TGT of 4795 and 4815

    • 09/07/2012

      The BSE Sensex opened with a 100 points gap down on Monday after trading in a consolidation phase last week. Global markets were down because of no signs of further monetary easing by central banks. Asian markets were down 1%.
      Indian rupee, which showed smart recovery after EU summit, was moving down towards 56 level. It was down by 47 paise to 55.87 against the US dollar today.
      The BSE benchmark declined 100.43 points to 17,420.69 and the NSE benchmark was down 31.75 points to 5,285.20.
      Ahead of Q1 earnings this week: Infosys slipped 1.7% while TCS gained 0.6%.
      Reliance Infrastructure, JSPL, Ambuja Cements, Tata Steel, Hindalco, JP Associates, Reliance Industries, ONGC, BHEL, Wipro, HCL Tech, Sterlite Industries, HDFC Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, PNB, Bank of Baroda and SBI were under pressure in early trade.
      However, DLF rose 0.7% as MCA inspection found no account faults.
      The CNX Midcap Index fell 42 points to 7,470. About two shares declined for every share advancing on the National Stock Exchange.
      GMR Infra, IVRCL, NCC, Lanco Infratech, Shree Renuka and Bajaj Hindusthan tumbled 1-3%.
      JSW Steel tanked 2% after Credit Suisse report. Company denied reports (by Credit Suisse) of company understated debt by Rs 11,900 crore in FY12 misleading.
      Orchid Chemical plunged 4% and Pantaloon Retail slipped 2.5% after India Today reported about Intelligence Bureau report on Ketan Parekh’s stock market scam.
      Textile stocks like Alok Industries, S Kumars and Arvind were down 1.5-2%.
      However, Indraprastha Gas was up 3.35% as the company increased CNG price in Delhi by Rs 2.90/kg and Rs 3.30/kg in Noida & Ghaziabad.
      Subex went up 2.5% as on extension of date for FCCB.
      TVS Motor, UB Holdings and Kingfisher Airlines were up 2%.

    • Stocks to Watch 09/07/2012

      IGL hikes CNG price in Delhi by Rs 2.90 per kg. It has increased CNG price by Rs 3.30 per kg in Noida, Ghaziabad.
      Reliance Infra will be in focus today as services on the Delhi Airport Metro Express have been stopped for repair work and the repair work is expected to be completed within 45 days. Reliance Infra management says financial loss is not the reason for stopping services.
      And cable companies will be in focus after the government said it will amend the cable television network rule, 1995 and that cable companies will furnish set top box data under new rules.
      JSW Steel denies reports that the company understated debt by Rs 11,900 crore in FY12.
      In a CNBC-TV18 exclusive, MCA inspection finds no account faults at DLF . MCA’s regional director reports only two ‘technical faults’.
      Five US based retailers have sued Ranbaxy and Pfizer for Lipitor generic delay, reports the Financial Express
      Coal India looks to take over IOC’s explosives arm to meet input needs, reports the Economic Times
      Subash Menon, founder and promoter of Subex will step down as chairman but continue as managing director.
      The Sikkim government formally cancels NCC ’s Rs 2,500 crore proposed hydel power project, reports the DNA.
      Cairn India will invest USD 6 billion to pump more crude in two years, also seeks contract extension for the Rajasthan block, reports the Economic Times.
      TVS is in talks with BMW to source technological know-how for high-end motorcycles, reports the Mint.
      Engineers India bags a Rs 720 crore BPCL contract, reports the PTI.

    • 10/07/2012
      The Indian market opens for trade this morning on a positive note with mixed cues coming in from Asian markets. Sensex is trading at 17453, up 61 points from its previous close, and Nifty is at 5290, up 15 points. CNX Midcap index is up 0.3% and BSE Smallcap index is also up 0.3%. The market breadth is positive with advances at 507 against declines of 199 on the NSE.

    • 11/07/2012

      Economic growth across emerging markets eased in the second quarter of 2012, dragged down by lacklustre manufacturing sector activity, especially in China and Brazil, a survey showed on Wednesday.
      HSBC’s emerging markets index (EMI), based on 21 service and manufacturing sector surveys in 16 emerging economies, slipped to 53.0 in the second quarter of the year. It stood at 53.6 in the first three months of 2012.
      While the indicator remains in expansion territory above the 50-mark, HSBC said growth was well below pre-crisis averages, weighed down by stuttering growth in the developed world.
      “What this tells us is that emerging markets have not yet turned the corner,” said Karen Ward, senior global economist at HSBC.
      “We have to remind ourselves there are two forces at work: one is the domestic demand slowdown which was engineered (via rate rises) and then they had the West implode on them.”
      The survey results follow on recent sobering data from China and a watering down of official growth forecasts. Weak imports have cast doubt on the strength of domestic demand to sustain growth even as Europe’s debt crisis threatens to drag down global economic activity for years to come.
      Reuters polls forecast China grew 7.6 percent in the second quarter versus the same three months a year ago. That would mark the slowest quarter of expansion since the three months to March 2009, at the depths of the global financial crisis.
      “The West hasn’t managed to provide a stable backdrop so once again we are worried about hard landings and how weak these economies are becoming now that exports are falling,” Ward said.
      Moreover, the survey reveals a two-speed growth picture, within the developing world, with Brazil and China expanding more slowly than India and Russia, the other two members of the BRIC quartet of big developing economies.
      That was especially so in manufacturing, with Chinese factory output declining for the fourth straight quarter while Brazilian manufacturing fell back into contraction after improving in the January-March period.
      Even Poland, the only European Union state to escape recession in the post-Lehman period, saw production fall for the first time since the global crisis.
      With developed economies in trouble, demand for goods produced by emerging market manufacturers on global markets also continued to weaken in the April to June quarter, with new export business decreasing for a second successive quarter.
      Brazil and China noted declines in new export orders while Poland and the Czech Republic posted the sharpest drop, victims of the euro crisis on their doorstep.
      India and Russia however enjoyed a rise in new export orders along with Turkey and South Korea.
      However the subdued growth and export picture is making emerging market companies hesitant to hire new staff, the survey found. HSBC noted that a fall in employment numbers in China for the first time in 13 quarters was of particular concern.
      The bright spot in the quarterly surveys has been the services sector which has stayed relatively buoyant for over a year. But services activity also grew at a sub-par rate in the second quarter, with the overall expansion among the weakest recorded in the past three years, HSBC said.
      Again this reflected weakness in Brazil which posted the slowest growth in three quarters while India and Russia grew at the slowest pace since the first quarter of 2011. China however posted the strongest expansion in one-and-a-half years.
      The index is calculated using PMI data produced by Markit.

    • 11/07/2012

      It is an important day for the Indian market, as earnings season officially kicks off with private sector lender HDFC reporting its Q1FY13 numbers today. Experts do not have high hopes from India Inc this time round due to faltering global economic growth and domestic macro concerns, however, they believe this is already priced in by the market.
      The NSE Nifty and BSE Sensex bounced back yesterday, after two days of profit taking, boosted by strong global cues. Buying in banking, infra, auto and metal stocks carried the Sensex 220 points higher to 17,618. Meanwhile, the Nifty gained 70 points to close shy of the 5,350 level.
      Global Markets
      US markets finished lower in volatile trade, dragged down by slowing economic growth and profit warnings from companies. The S&P 500 continued its losing streak, falling for the fourth consecutive day to 1,341. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq and Dow lost about a percent each.
      European markets on the other hand bounced up from a technical support level to end higher, boosted by the perception that the euro zone is moving closer to putting its rescue fund into action. Key markets like Germany, Britain, France, Spain and Italy closed between 0.5-1% higher.
      Asian markets today opened with a negative bias, as growth concerns continue to haunt investors.
      Stocks in News
      Earnings season kicks off today with HDFC reporting its numbers for the first quarter of FY13. A CNBC-TV18 poll sees a 28% growth in net interest income, aided by growth in loans and disbursements. Margins are expected to come in steady and asset quality is expected to remain healthy.
      Also expected to announce their results today are CMC, Uflex, and Mount Everest Mineral.
      Meanwhile, the Multi Commodity Exchange yesterday finally got the green signal from market watchdog SEBI to start an equity trading platform. However, the nod for the exchange is subject to MCX promoters complying with the 5% shareholding norm within 18 months.

      Aviation stocks may in focus today as the Delhi High Court is expected to hear airlines’ petition against aeronautical tariff hike for the Delhi airport. The Federation of Indian Airlines had alleged that AERA’s decision to raise tariff was not backed with proper consultations. Lawyers from both sides had requested the court to take up the hearing today.
      Sources tell CNBC-TV18 that the EGoM on spectrum auction is set to meet on July 12, and that telecom regulator TRAI has been asked to make presentation at the meet.
      Sticking with the telecom space, the CBI is likely to finalise the chargesheet in 2G excess spectrum case within the next one month. Allegedly, excess spectrum was granted during Pramod Mahajan’s tenure and players like Airtel and Vodafone benefitted from it. However, the chargesheet in the alleged Aircel-Maxis scam may be delayed.
      Lavassa’s hopes for a debt recast have been dashed by the Reserve Bank. The Economic Times reports that the RBI has refused to confer an infra status on the company’s loans, further adding to its woes.
      As part of the corporate debt restructuring process, Standard Chartered acquired 2.94 crore shares, or 6.8% stake, in 3i Infotech.
      Future Capital has sold Myra mall management to Providence Education Academy for Rs 97.7 crore.
      Reports suggest that Titan is eyeing a Canadian firm for USD 1 billion.
      LKP Finance has said it will sell 1.83 crore shares, or 2.26% stake, in Kingfisher Airlines between July 4-6.
      Sources tell CNBC-TV18 that the Oil Ministry has issued a notice to Mukesh Ambani to cancel Reliance Gas Transportation Infra Ltd’s authorization for four gas pipelines.
      Currency Corner
      The euro slumped to a two-year trough against the dollar yesterday, hurt by the euro zone ministers failed attempt to dispel fears about the debt crisis. The dollar index meanwhile continues to hold strong above 83.
      Back home, the Indian rupee appreciated marginally yesterday to 55.39 a dollar versus 55.93 on Tuesday.
      Commodities
      Hit by the dollar strength and weak Chinese data, commodities continued their downward spiral yesterday. Brent crude prices slipped below USD 98 per barrel after Norway’s government ordered an end to oil workers’ strike. From the precious metals space, gold futures continued to trade around USD 1,570 per ounce.
      Global Cues
      Small business optimism in the US dropped sharply in June, for the second-straight month, due to businesses being downbeat on sales, profits and hiring.
      Keep an eye out for the US international trade gap data, which is seen improving in May to USD 48.7 billion from over USD 50 billion in April. Meanwhile, the May wholesale inventories is seen lower at 0.3%.
      Spain today is set to announce 30 billion euro in budget cuts by curbing spending and also hiking taxes. Some reports say 10 billion euro in cuts could come this year alone. Other measures will include a hike in VAT, sales tax and also reducing social security and unemployment benefits, all part of a deal cut yesterday with the euro group to allow Spain an extra year to meet its fiscal targets.

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    • 01/09/2012

      Euro zone commitments to tackle the region’s two-year sovereign debt crisis have comforted financial markets but must now be translated into action or risk investor patience souring again, the International Monetary Fund said on Friday.

      “Europe has made decisions and now it is time for Europeans to … move forward and actually implement it,” IMF First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton told Reuters Insider on the sidelines of the annual central bank symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

      “The markets have been comforted by what was decided this summer by the heads (of government) and more recently by what was announced by (European Central Bank) President (Mario) Draghi and spreads have come down,” he noted. Draghi vowed last month to do “whatever it takes” to save the euro, and the ECB meets to review its policy options on September 6.

      “I think a reversal of sentiment … could turn this into a more acute situation and so it is important that Europe put one foot in front of the other and start carrying out the things that they have decided,” he said.

      The ECB is studying ways to intervene in the short-term bond market. But German ECB policymaker Joerg Asmussen said on Thursday the ECB should only buy sovereign bonds if the IMF was involved in setting the economic reform programs demanded in return.

      Lipton agreed that there needed to be monitoring to ensure compliance with steps to improve the economic fundamentals of the countries being helped, which could be done either by the Europeans or the IMF.

      “The Europeans need to decide how they wish to go forward. We certainly can play a role,” he said, adding “We’re open to respond to our members’ request but we’ve not received any, and so for now, we are standing pat.”

      • 01/09/2012

        Indian ADRs ended mixed on Friday. In the IT space, Wipro was down 2.51% at USD 7.78 while Patni was up 1.33% at USD 18.35 and Infosys was up 0.28% at USD 42.53.

        In the Telecom space, MTNL was down 3.65% at USD 1.32 and Tata Communication was down 3.29% at USD 7.93.

        In the Banking space, HDFC Bank was down 1.47% at USD 33.58 and ICICI Bank was down 0.40% at USD 32.53.

        In the other space, Sterlite was down 2.62% at USD 7.06. However, Dr Reddys was up 0.50% at USD 30.04 and Tata Motors was up 0.62% at USD 21.12.

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    • 01/11/2012

      The State Bank of India (SBI) emerged as the largest lender in Suzlon Energy ‘s Rs 13,700 crore debt restructuring case, just referred to the CDR (corporate debt restructuring) cell. With a loan exposure of around Rs 3.610 crore it is the lead bank in a consortium of eight CDR lenders and three non-CDR lenders.

      IDBI Bank , which lent Rs 2,008 crore is the second largest lender in the group followed by Bank of Baroda at Rs 970 crore, Indian Overseas Bank at Rs 952 crore. Power Finance Corporation , a non-CDR lender, loaned around Rs 566 crore, sources said.

      Restructuring is the process when a borrower fails to repay its loans and asks for relaxation of original terms and conditions. CDR cell is a forum wherein lenders jointly draw a scheme of restructuring defaulting companies.

      “Banks have referred the case to the CDR cell after the company failed to make repayment. The forum will hold a meeting with lenders on November 8 to admit the case. Banks want to draw a comprehensive scheme before it slips into non-performing asset category in their balance sheets. After lenders failed to admit Deccan Chronicle’s Rs 4,100 crore recast, it is the first major restructuring involving huge credit lines,” a person associated with the restructuring process told moneycontrol.com on condition of anonymity.

      Along with the public sector lenders, three private sector banks including Axis (Rs 400 cr), ICICI (Rs 382 cr) and Yes (204 cr) figured in the lenders’ list for Suzlon in the recast process. Power Finance Corporation (PFC), not a CDR member, lent around Rs 565 crore. The forum will admit the case only when 75% of the banks (by value) and 60% of them (by number) agree to resolve the case under the CDR mechanism.

      The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has raised the requirement of provisions against restructured standard account from 2% to 2.75% in its September quarter monetary policy declared on Oct 30. This will eventually erode banks’ profit margins.

      Exposure at Suzlon Energy debt recast

      Banks

      Loans given

      (Rs in crore)

      SBI

      3610

      Bank of Baroda

      970

      Indian Overseas Bank

      952

      Axis Bank

      400

      Yes Bank

      204

      ICICI Bank

      383

      PFC

      565

      Banks’ credit to the fifth largest turbine maker is also in the form of foreign currency apart from domestic loans. With offshore operations some lenders issued credit-linked notes (CLNs), a kind of credit insurance, for foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) of the company. CLN issuers are supposed to repay the bond holders of the company in case of any default.

      Also read: Suzlon shareholders’ wealth plunges by Rs 4100cr in a year

      Tulsi Tanti-promoted Suzlon is reported to have already defaulted on redemption of more than 1,076 crore in overseas convertible bonds, due on November 01, 2012. In the last one month Suzlon shares plunged nearly 13% as against more than 2% fall in the broader sensitive index.

    • 11/06/2012

      SILVERMIC prices on MCX were trading with marginal gains. At 16:22 hrs MCX SILVERMIC November contract was trading at Rs 58766 up Rs 176, or 0.30%. The SILVERMIC rate touched an intraday high of Rs 58840 and an intraday low of Rs 58548. So far 39077 contracts have been traded. SILVERMIC prices have moved down Rs 2124, or 3.49% in the November series so far.

      At 16:22 hrs MCX SILVERMIC February contract was trading at Rs 60626 up Rs 177, or 0.29%. The SILVERMIC rate touched an intraday high of Rs 60700 and an intraday low of Rs 60404. So far 4563 contracts have been traded. SILVERMIC prices have moved up Rs 4126, or 7.30% in the February series so far.

      At 16:22 hrs MCX SILVERMIC April contract was trading at Rs 62181 up Rs 174, or 0.28%. The SILVERMIC rate touched an intraday high of Rs 62258 and an intraday low of Rs 61950. So far 373 contracts have been traded. SILVERMIC prices have moved down Rs 1434, or 2.25% in the April series so far.

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  3. ந்ண்பருக்கு,
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    நன்றி
    வெங்கடேஷ்

  4. It is very happy to see the site about stock market in regional language. It is very useful and also it will reach common public. All the best.

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  6. Hi Saravanakumar,

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    Thanks.
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  7. hi saravanan.
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  8. Good initiative. Keep it up.

  9. Hello Mr. Saravanan,

    I came across this site very recently and found this very useful. I appreciate your excellent work.

    One Note : The font is not clearly visible if I use Firefox browser. Please let me know any specific Tamil font that I need to download to view this site clearly using Firefox browser.

  10. Hi,

    Sub: Regarding the brokerage account

    I’m doing my under graduation now. I wish to invest in share market. Which brokerage account can I choose for trading. I think, icici direct charging Rs.500/- per month. I may not invest more than 10K/ year. So, please suggest which brokerage account will be suited for my requirement.

    Thank you

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  13. Dear sir,
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    Thankyou verymuch for your help.

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  17. Mr. Saravana Kumar, you are doing a great job for fellow tamilians.

    Do carry on the great job!!

    Vaazhthukkal!

  18. It is very useful “Tamil web site” for newcommers.

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  22. Hi Saravanan,
    Happy to see ur website in tamil! May ur endavour attain a great success!
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  27. started looking from today feel very informative

  28. Dear Sir, This site is very useful for all Tamilians. I don’t know about share market. With your blog i try to understand share market. Thanks a lot!

  29. உங்கள் முயற்சிக்கு என்னுடைய வாழ்த்துக்கள்.
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  32. unngal pani thodara enadu vaazhthukkal.

    FOREX,FUTURES,OPTIONS patri kurippukal thara vendukiren.

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  33. dearsir, any tamil books technical analysis

  34. Hi! Thank you your Advice on 3 June “ONGC”
    My profit on 4 June (ONGC) Rs. 2500/-
    Again and again thanks and உங்கள் சேவைப் பணி தொடர என் வாழ்த்துகள்.

    S SARAVANAN

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  36. sir

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  37. ந்ண்பருக்கு,
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  38. Dear sir,
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  54. Can you inform me how to see Resistance and Suppor level in Day Trading. If you have written earlier, do email me the archive date.Good effort

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  57. hi i am ruben
    any one explin in tamil candle chart plz only

  58. i saw your website today very useful to us. pls send me itraday stocks in this market level

  59. dear sir, may i chat with u?

  60. dear sir
    i want any software to show the asian,europe,and amarican indices in streaming…..if anything is there pls tell except gci…

  61. Dear Friend,
    How can I get a RSS feed for your site.I would like to link that to my twitter account.You would get more traffic.I would be passing excellent information to my followers.

    regards

  62. Respected sir, I thank you lot for this site. I search for many days and many places to know
    about the share market from the basic in tamil.
    But I can’t found the way till before few minutes.
    By my luck I saw this site. Sir, I kindly request you to teach me about what I asked. I have no way sir, please!

  63. sir,
    i want about share market details.
    how to open it and how to operate it? pls give detail idea in tamil.

  64. Sir,

    can you post top 10[5high beta and 5 defensive] scripts in each sectors.

  65. Respected sir, I thank you lot for this site. today i saw your website today very useful to me. about share market details. Ple continue.

    Sir, I kindly request you ple teach me basic share market in Tamil. or you sent me pdf format.

    Thanks & Regards

    valarmathi Arumugam Nanthapadi…

  66. வணக்கம் திரு . சரவணன் அவர்களே ,
    தங்களது பங்கு வணிகம் இணைய தளம் என்னை போன்ற புதிதாக பங்கு சந்தையில் நுழைபவர்களுக்கு மிகவும் பயனுள்ளதாக உள்ளது .
    நன்றி ,

  67. sir,
    today i see your web site. i am lucky man today. i want learn share market. please tell me your address&cell number or phone
    my no 9443493707

  68. Hai, I am Shan.Saravanan, Just I saw this website. Very useful to me. I congrats and continue your good job. Also give me guidence for commodity markets particularly Copper,lead,zinc.

    thanks,
    with kind regards,
    shansaravanan

  69. i am interested in real time market signals

  70. hello for ur excellent work for tamil people am weak in english language i cant able to understand the market views in english ur blog has help me to know the market very well thank u

  71. Today only i saw this. I used Google to search for the reviews about the book written by Chellamuthu Kuppuswamy “Izhakkathe”. I found your website. Very interesting. I will follow you

  72. Dear Saravana kumar ,
    saw ur remarks about Karthicks comments . Least bothered about those things keep posting ur views . People like never trade in markets without reading ur website. keep going ………..Regards

  73. saw ur remarks about Karthicks comments . Least bothered about those things keep posting ur views . People like me never trade in markets without reading ur website. keep going ………..Regards

  74. i want basics of commodity trading

  75. இன்றைய சந்தைகள் காளைகள் கைகளில் இருக்க .தேசிய நிஃப்டி 5160 ஐ தாண்டவேண்டும் அப்படி தாண்டினால் 5175 -5190 -5205 வரை செல்லகூடிய வாய்புகள் இருக்கும் இன்று தேசிய நிஃப்டிஇன் தாங்கு நிலை 5130 சப்போர்ட் லெவல்

  76. பெரிய முயற்சி. தமிழில் எதுவெல்லாம் சீர் பெறல்வேண்டும், நிலை கொள்ளல் வேண்டும் வளர்ச்சியை பறை சாற்ற வேண்டும் என்பதில் இதுவும் ஒரு அரிய முயற்சியும்;எடுத்துக் காட்டு வலைப்பூவும்.

    பின்னூட்டம் பற்றி ஒன்றுமில்லை செறிவூட்டமான தகவல்களை தருகிறீர்களே போதும்.

    எனக்கு அது தெரியாதென்பதை காட்டிலும்; இது தெரியுமெனக் கொள்ளும் உறுதியில், உயர்ந்து விடுகிறது நம்பிக்கை!

    தொடர்ந்து செயல்பட வாழ்த்துக்களும்; எங்களை போன்றோருக்காய் தெளிவாக சிந்தித்து செயல் பட்டமைக்கு பாராட்டுக்களும்!

    வித்யாசாகர்

  77. Kindly any account open in Demat and Trading Account please contact me

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  78. Dearsir, I am interested for share market how i can learn and apply the shars pls guide me.

    Tq

    Sakthivel

  79. India to grow at 9.50 percent in 2010: IMF

    India’s growth will accelerate to about 9.50 percent in 2010 as robust corporate profits and favourable financing conditions fuel investment, and then settle to 8.50 percent in 2011, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) projections.

    Large domestic demand bases in India, China, and Indonesia, which contribute substantially to Asia’s growth, could also provide the region a cushion in the event of external demand shocks, the IMF said Thursday.

    As Asia’s strong recovery from the global financial crisis continues, despite renewed tension in global financial markets, world growth is projected at about 4.50 percent in 2010 and 4.25 percent in 2011, according to the July update of IMF’s World Economic Outlook (WEO).

    Relative to the April 2010 WEO, this represents an upward revision of about 0.50 percentage point in 2010, reflecting stronger activity during the first half of the year, the IMF said, keeping its forecast for 2011 unchanged.

    At the same time, downside risks have risen sharply amid renewed financial turbulence, it said, suggesting that policy efforts in advanced economies should focus on credible fiscal consolidation, notably measures that enhance medium-run growth prospects such as reforms to entitlement and tax systems.

    Noting that economic activity in Asia has been sustained by continued buoyancy in exports and strong private domestic demand, the IMF has revised gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecasts for the region upward for 2010, from about 7 percent in the April WEO to about 7.50 percent.

    For 2011, when the inventory cycle will have run its full course and the stimulus is withdrawn in several countries, Asia’s GDP growth is expected to settle to a more moderate but also more sustainable rate of about 6.75 percent.

    In China, given the strong rebound in exports and resilient domestic demand so far this year, the economy is now forecast to grow by 10.50 percent in 2010, before slowing to about 9.50 percent in 2011, when further measures are taken to slow credit growth and maintain financial stability, the IMF said.

    Both Newly Industrialised Asian Economies and Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) economies are expected to grow by about 6.50 percent in 2010 as a result of surging exports and private domestic demand, before moderating to 4.75 percent and 5.50 percent, respectively, in 2011, it said.

    In a separate Global Financial Stability Report Update, the Fund noted that despite generally improved economic conditions and a long period of healing after the failure of Lehman Brothers, progress toward global financial stability has recently experienced a setback.

    Sovereign risks in parts of the euro area have materialised and spread to the financial sector there, threatening to spill over to other regions and re-establish an adverse feedback loop with the economy, it said.

    Further decisive follow-up is needed to the significant national and supranational policy responses that have been taken in order to strengthen confidence in the financial system and ensure continuation of the economic recovery, the IMF said.

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  81. i am very happy to see again, thankyou for you vision of nifty

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  84. good one.Lot of information .

  85. Dear Sir,
    I would like to enter into share amaeket.Kindly Send me the details about the share market.

    Peer.

  86. இன்றுதான் தங்கள் வலைதளம் பற்றி அறிந்தேன். ஏன் ஜூன் முழுதும் போஸ்ட் எழுதவில்லை.? தொடருங்கள் தங்கள் சேவையை. பங்குச்சந்தையில் உள்ள நடப்பு நிகழ்வுகளை தெரிந்து கொள்ள ஆவலாயிருக்கிறேன்.

  87. now only i saw this website its very useful to every one know about the share market
    best of luck!

  88. தயவுசெய்து புதுப்பதிவுகளை எனக்கு மின்னஞ்சல் மூலம் தெரியப்படுத்தவும் தமிழில்….

  89. புதுப்பதிவுகளை ஈமெயில் செய்யவும், தமிழில், நன்றி.

  90. share market yendral enna

  91. what is share market? how we have to do? please explain in tamil language.

  92. தங்கள் சேவை தொடர வாழ்த்துக்கள்:)

  93. new style good thankyou sir.

  94. வணக்கம் திரு . சரவணன் அவர்களே ,
    தங்களது பங்கு வணிகம் இணைய தளம் என்னை போன்ற புதிதாக பங்கு சந்தையில் நுழைபவர்களுக்கு மிகவும் பயனுள்ளதாக உள்ளது .
    நன்றி ,

    • வணக்கம் திரு . சரவணன் அவர்களே ,
      தங்களது பங்கு வணிகம் இணைய தளம் என்னை போன்ற புதிதாக பங்கு சந்தையில் நுழைபவர்களுக்கு மிகவும் பயனுள்ளதாக உள்ளது .
      நன்றி ,

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  97. respected sir(saravanan),
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    • இந்த இணைப்பு உங்களுக்கு சந்தை குறித்த ஓர் அறிமுகத்தை தரும்.

      சரவணக்குமார்.

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  99. i want to know about basics stock markets…..

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  105. Hi,

    I have received this message while i post my view.

    Please Note: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    Note: I was tried 2 times to post my message.Tt may useful to all of u who is particularly looking good tamil book to know about Share Market.But i cant post. I don’t know why?

    B Rgds,

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  106. Hi,

    Tamil Edition book – Alla Alla Panam

    Alla Alla Panam – Part 1 (Basics)

    Alla Alla Panam – Part 2 (Technical & Fundamental)

    Alla Alla Panam – Part 3 ( Futures & Options)

    Alla Alla Panam – Part 4 (Portfolio)

    Alla Alla Panam – Part 5 (Trading)

    Author : Soma Valliappan

    Publications: Kizhakku

    I have red Alla Alla Panam – Part 1,it gives more informations about Share Market.

    Good Luck

    Rgds,

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  107. pangu santhai-l pangu vaanguvathu eppadi, virpathu eppadi vilakkam vendum. Enakku pangu santhai patri edhuvum theriyaadhu. Adipadai-l irundhu vilakkavum.

    Nandri

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  109. 06/07/2012
    Sensex (17539) / NIFTY (5327)
    Yesterday, our benchmark indices opened on a flat
    note in-line with mixed global cues. Unlike, previous
    three trading sessions, we witnessed positive
    momentum in the second half of the session which
    pushed indices higher to close well above 5300 mark.
    On sectoral front, Banking, FMCG and Power
    counters were among the major gainers; whereas
    Metal and Realty sector remained under pressure. The
    advance to decline ratio was strongly in favor of
    advancing counters (A=1945 D=954) (Source –
    http://www.bseindia.com).

    Formation

     The 200-day SMA (Simple Moving Average) is
    placed at 16810/ 5078 level.
     The weekly ‘RSI-Smoothened’ oscillator and ‘5 &
    20 EMA’ are now signaling a positive crossover.
     Markets have taken support at the Monthly
    ‘Upward Sloping Trend Line’ and have formed a
    ‘Bullish Engulfing’ Pattern.

    Trading strategy:

    Until yesterday’s session, indices were struggling to
    close above 5300 mark. Hence, we witnessed a
    cluster of narrow range body formations. We had
    mentioned the positive placement of ‘ADX (14)’
    indicator in our previous report. The impact of this
    technical tool was seen during yesterday’s session as
    indices finally moved in favor of the bulls and
    managed to give a decent intraday rally. The hourly
    chart indicates a “Flag” pattern breakout and thus we
    expect further buying interest from market
    participants. The resistance level for the day is at
    17687 / 5386. Conversely, 17351/ 5263 level may
    provide decent support on the downside

  110. july 24 2012

    Indian equity benchmarks were completely lacklustre in trade today following mixed Asian cues. FMCG major HUL topped the buying list, rising nearly 4% after stronger than expected numbers in June quarter while third largest software services exporter Wipro fell over 3% as the company could not report stellar performance in the first quarter of FY13.

    The BSE benchmark was up 32 points at 16,909.24 and the NSE benchmark gained 8 points at 5,126.20. The broader markets too were choppy in trade.

    Siddharth Bhamre of Angel Broking believes that the global factors would decide the future course of the market. “We will be more on the mercy of global cues rather than internals of markets because internal market statistics are not working accordingly,” he said.

    Though the direction of market is not very clear at this point of time, his outlook is not very bearish. He expects to see some bounce back in the Nifty till the July series expires.

    Cigarette major ITC, private sector lender ICICI Bank and software services exporter Infosys gained over 0.5%.

    Top car maker Maruti Suzuki gained 1.5% as traders covered their short positions. The stock fell more than 11% since last Thursday due to stoppage of work at its Manesar plant.

    Private steel maker Sterlite Industries rallied over 2%.

    However, country’s largest software services exporter TCS declined 0.55%. Engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro was down 0.3% and state-owned power equipment manufacturer BHEL lost 1.2%.

    Advancing shares outnumbered declining by 639 to 539 on the National Stock Exchange.

    In the second line shares, Cholamandalam, Wockhardt, Prestige Estate, Tata Global Beverage and Welspun Corp gained 3-5% whereas Responsive Industries, Elantas Beck, Anant Raj Industries, HDIL and Jaypee Infra fell 3-6%.

  111. july 25 2012

    The BSE benchmark dropped 66.22 points to 16,851.86 and the NSE benchmark was down 14 points to 5,114.10.

    HCL Tech shot up 6% after higher than expected numbers in the fourth quarter of FY12. Net profit grew by 41.6% quarter-on-quarter to Rs 854 crore.

    Cipla, Ranbaxy Labs, Sun Pharma, Tata Steel and HDFC Bank were marginally higher.

    However, JSPL tanked 3% and Sesa Goa lost 1.5% after disappointing numbers in Q1.

    Wipro lost another 1% after falling 3% yesterday as company has forecast of flattish growth for September quarter.

    Sterlite, Maruti, L&T, BHEL, SAIL, JP Associates, Reliance Industries, TCS and ONGC too were under pressure.

    The CNX Midcap Index fell 13 points to 5,113. About two shares declined for every share advancing on the National Stock Exchange.

    In the second line shares, KPIT Cummins and Polaris shot up 4% each. Geometric gained for the fourth consecutive session today, rising 2%.

    ING Vysya Bank rallied 2% after strong numbers in Q1. Lupin gained another 1% and hit a new 52-week high of Rs 593.85.

    Yes Bank gained just 0.34% ahead of numbers. UB Holdings surged 3.5%.

    However, IRB Infrastructure tanked 2.5%. DCB crashed 5% as NSE has decided to remove from F&O segment. HCC and GVK Power were down 1-2%.

    • 27/07/2012

      The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty started off Friday’s trade with 1.6% gap up following rally across the globe led by ECB President Mario Draghi’s comments on Eurozone.

      The BSE benchmark shot up 255.58 points or 1.54% to 16,895.40 and the NSE benchmark was up 81.75 points or 1.62% to 5,124.75.

      Among Asian markets, Hang Seng, Kospi and Taiwan Weighted rallied 2% each. Nikkei gained 1% while Shanghai and Straits Times were flat.

      The US markets yesterday closed with 1.7% gains and even European markets surged in the second half of trade after European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi said, “ECB is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro. And believe me, it will be enough.”

      Back home, country’s largest private sector lender ICICI Bank surged 4% ahead of Q1 earnings today. Analysts on an average expect the net profit to grow by 30% YoY to Rs 1,730 crore.

      Tata Motors bounced back with 3% gains as the stock had got butchered quite badly in previous sessions.

      Sterlite Industries rose 4% after better than expected numbers in the quarter ended June 2012. ACC too gained 3% on strong results yesterday after market hours.

      Among others, Tata Steel, Hindalco Industries, Sesa Goa, Bharti Airtel, State Bank of India, PNB, Bank of Baroda, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, Reliance Infrastructure, JP Associates, M&M, Infosys and Wipro gained more than 1.5%.

      HCL Tech, ITC and HUL were up around 0.5-1%.

      However, Sun Pharma was the only loser, falling 0.26%.

      The CNX Midcap Index went up 79 points to 7,144 as about four shares advanced for every share declining on the National Stock Exchange.

      In the second line shares, SpiceJet went down 11% and Sun TV tanked 20% after Central Bureau of Investigation said Kalanithi Maran (who holds stake in both companies) got Rs 550 crore bribe in Aircel-Maxis deal.

      Parsvnath Developers crashed 20% in early trade, but immediately trimmed losses to 5%.

      TVS Motor fell 1% as analysts feel the company will disappoint on every count in first quarter results that will be announced today.

      MTNL was up 2.7%. However, Tulip Telecom, Pipavav Defence and Monnet Ispat gained 5-9%.

      JK Lakshmi Cement surged 4% and Bata was up 1% after good numbers in the quarter ended June 2012.

      SKS Microfinance rose 5% as Deutsche Securities bought 9.15% stake in the company via QIP.

      Sintex, GMR Infra, Kingfisher, HCC, Shree Renuka and Bajaj Hindusthan were up 2-4%.

      Wockhardt moved up 2% as the company sold its nutrition business to Dannone for Rs 1280 crore.

      Amar Remedies, Sujana Towers and Pradip Overseas plunged 9-20%.

  112. Aug 1st 2012

    Despite some initial weakness post the RBI policy, Indian equity benchmarks rebounded strongly to end the day 0.5% higher, helped by strong global cues.

    The Reserve Bank of India in its monetary policy review yesterday kept policy rates and the CRR unchanged, but cut the statutory liquidity ratio by 1% to 23%. However, experts feel the change in SLR won’t make much difference to the market as banks were already maintaining SLR more than 25%.

    The RBI also announced a cut in its growth forecast for FY13. The central pulled down its growth target to 6.5% compared to its earlier 7.3%. It also hiked inflation forecast to 7% from 6.5%. This news hurt the market, causing the Sensex to fall nearly 140 points, but stability in European markets helped the market bounce back.

    The 30-share BSE benchmark rose 92 points to close at 17,236, and the 50-share NSE benchmark gained 29 points to 5,229.

    Meanwhile, the Cabinet witnessed some important changes yesterday after the President approved the shuffle to the portfolios. P Chidambaram will now come back to finance, and Sushil Kumar Shinde will take over as the Home Minister. Veerappa Moily will get additional charge of the power ministry.

    Onto the monsoon situation, agriculture minister Sharad Pawar has begun his tour to visit the drought-hit states in the country, starting with Maharashtra. This comes a day after the EGoM announced a relief package of about Rs 2,000 crore to states facing drought-like situation and 50% diesel subsidy to farmers to save standing kharif crops.

    Stocks in News

    The Coal India board has agreed to the import and price pooling agreement, as well as agreed to go ahead with the 80% trigger level for their fuel supply agreements. Meanwhile, sources indicate that the CIL board could meet again in August.

    The residual stake sale for Hindustan Zinc and BALCO seems to have hit a hurdle. Finance Ministry sources say legal issues have cropped up in the stake sale after Prashant Bhushan wrote to the Prime Minister and Finance Minister asking for a Parliament nod for the process.

    Auto stocks will be in focus today ahead of the release of their July sales numbers. The weak trend in sales witnessed in June is expected to continue till pre-festive stock up starts in September October.

    News reports indicate that a patent war is brewing between Natco and drug MNC Bristol-Myers Squibb over Dasatinib, a crucial blood cancer medicine. Natco’s version of the drug costs around Rs 9,000 a month as against BMS’ price of nearly Rs 1.5 lakh.

    JP Associates will also be in focus after delivering strong numbers yesterday. The company posted a profit of Rs 139 crores, ahead of estimates, which was a positive surprise. However, operational performance was impacted negatively due to higher depreciation.

    Cipla also recorded a strong performance for the first quarter of FY13, so watch out for that stock as well.

    From the midcap space, Shoppers Stop reported a disappointing set of numbers. The company posted a loss of Rs 11 crore versus a loss of Rs 1.5 crore year on year.

    Global Markets

    US markets closed out a quiet session with modest losses, as investors maintained a wait-and-see approach ahead of the Federal Reserve Policy decision today.

    However, for July, the Dow and S&P inched 1% higher while the Nasdaq gained 0.15%.

    European markets also close lower on concerns that markets may have overplayed the chances of the European Central Bank taking action to back up its pledge to support the euro.

    The FTSE and CAC saw close to 1% cuts, while the DAX ended flat for the day.

    From the currency space, the euro held onto the 1.22 level ahead of key decisions from the central banks in the US and Europe. Meanwhile, the dollar index dipped below the 83 mark.

    Back home, the rupee depreciated slightly to 55.65 to the dollar versus 55.59 on Monday.

    In other asset classes, crude prices slipped with Brent down to USD 104 per barrel, as fears that central banks may not deliver enough stimulus to prevent a global economic slowdown hurt sentiment. Gold prices too make slight declines to around USD 1610 per ounce.

    Global Cues

    Ahead of the key ECB monetary decision tomorrow, political meetings in the eurozone continued overnight. The Italian prime minister Mario Monti and French president Hollande stood side by side reaffirming their support for strengthening the euro zone.

    Meanwhile, July consumer confidence in the US jumped to 65.9 after a reading 62.7 in June. The July Chicago PMI also came in positive at 53.7 from 52.9 in June.

    Keep an eye out for the private payroll employment number today, which is expected to come in at 120,000. Also, the ISM manufacturing index is expected to rise to 50.1 levels.

  113. 03/08/2012

    BGR Energy is to announce its first quarter results. According to CNBC-TV18′s estimates, the company’s Q1FY13 net sales are seen up 4.6% at Rs 765 crore versus Rs 731 crore, year-on-year, YoY.

    Its EBITDA is seen up 0.6% at Rs 94 crore versus Rs 93 crore.

    The company’s OPM is seen down 50 bps at 12.2% versus 12.7%.

    The company’s PAT is seen down 21.6% at Rs 39 crore versus Rs 50 crore.

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    The company’s net sales are seen down 33% at Rs 765 crore versus Rs 1,138 crore.

    The company’s EBITDA is seen down 31% at Rs 94 crore versus Rs 136 crore.

    Its OPM is seen up 33 bps at 12.2% versus 11.9%.

    The company’s PAT is seen down 41.4% at Rs 39 crore versus Rs 67 crore.

  114. 03/08/2012

    Sun TV is to announce its first quarter results. According to CNBC-TV18′s estimates the company’s Q1FY13 standalone total income from operations are seen up 2% at Rs 435 crore versus Rs 427 crore, quarter-on-quarter, QoQ.

    Its EBITDA is seen up 4.8% at Rs 344 crore versus Rs 328 crore.

    Its OPM at 79% versus 77%.

    The company’s PAT is seen up 5% at Rs 167 crore versus Rs 159 crore.

    Q1FY13 Standalone YoY

    Its total income from operations is seen down 4% at Rs 435 crore versus Rs 454 crore.

    Its EBITDA is seen down 6% at Rs 344 crore versus Rs 366 crore.

    The company’s OPM is seen down at 79% versus 80.6%.

    The company’s PAT is seen down 11% at Rs 167 crore versus Rs 188 crore.

  115. 06/08/2012
    Ruia-controlled Essar Steel , which has debt of around Rs 23,000 crore on its books, is 30 days behind in its interest payment schedule due to a “liquidity stress” within the company, bankers familiar with the development told moneycontrol.com. In banking parlance when a borrower stops paying interest on loans for 30 days, it is perceived to be under stress and bankers review the situation. They may later refer the case to the corporate debt restructuring (CDR) cell, if the payment is more than 40 days due.

    Of the 18-20 lenders which have loaned money to the privately-held Essar Steel, a leading state-owned bank is said to have the highest exposure of close to Rs 9000 crore.

    “We are in talks with the management to sort of the issue. There are some liquidity issues hurting its business, but the situation is still not beyond redemption yet,” said a senior banker at a PSU bank.

    “However, we will proceed for a debt restructuring if the interest payment continues to pause after 40 days,” said senior banker from a state owned bank.

    A loan account can be referred to the CDR cell when at least 75% of the banks (by value) and 60% of lenders (by number) agree to resolve the case under CDR mechanism. Under the terms of CDR, either the interest rate is reduced or the tenure extended, so that the loan does not become a non-performing asset for the bank. Under the Reserve Bank of India rules, a loan account becomes a non-performing asset after 90 days of continuous non-payments.

    In response to moneycontrol.com’s queries, Essar Steel said they had more than enough assets to back the loans, and expected cash flows from their newly set-up plants to pick up soon.

    “We have invested around Rs 37,000-38,000 crore to create our current asset base, which includes facilities in Hazira, Odisha, and Visakhapatnam,” said Amit Agarwal, CFO, Essar Steel.

    “The replacement value of this asset base would be in excess of Rs 65-70,000 crore. Considering the debt level, we have a comfortable asset cover,” he said.

    And he says, the company has not violated any interest payment norm.
    “Payments and such things (interest & principal) are based on certain norms. And we are always meeting all those norms. All are in line with banking industry norms,” he said.

    Will Essar Steel’s loan be referred to the Corporate Debt Restructuring cell? The company denies things will come to that. But the possibility appears high, considering that the company is already 30 days behind and that banks will have to take a decision in less than 10 days.

    “The company has a liquidity stress impacting their interest payments, but it could also be a short term issue,” said a senior banker.

    “The question is cash flow generation. Asset base can generate cash flow when it is sold at present value. In the current economic scenario, who will buy them at double the price?,” the banker said.

    Industry people say the liquidity problem could be due to group level problems.

    Group company Essar Oil has been asked by the Supreme Court to pay back Rs 6300 crore to the Gujarat government as it was not eligible for the sale tax incentives it had claimed.

    Also, the global steel industry is going through a rough patch because of worldwide economic slowdown. Locally, the problems have been caused by raw material shortages, particularly coal.

    Last week, rating agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded its rating on ArcelorMittal to below junk grade, citing the weak steel environment as one of the key factors.

    If Essar Steel does knock the door of CDR cell due to drying up cash flows, it could well be a major shock for the banking industry after Air India (at around Rs 22,000 cr) and Kingfisher Airlines (nearly Rs 7,000 cr).

    Rating agency Crisil sees bad loans in the banking industry to rise to Rs.2 lakh crore or 3.2% of the total loans by March, 2013. So far this financial year till July, around Rs 26,000 crore of loans have been referred to the CDR.

    Rating agency Care had assigned Essar Steel a rating of A-1 in January, 2012 for their secured and unsecured loans. It is currently in the process of reviewing the rating. The rank A-1 signifies a little above ‘moderate’ (BBB) but below ‘adequate’ (A) by standard. AAA is the ‘best’ while ‘AA’ is good

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  129. 13/09/2012

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  131. 20/09/2012

    The 30-share BSE Sensex started off Thursday trade with 200 points gap down following political uncertainty. The Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has decided on Tuesday evening to withdraw support of united progressive alliance (UPA) government after the government said they would not roll back FDI approval in retail sector and hike of Rs 5 per litre in diesel price.

    The BSE benchmark fell 109.27 points to 18,386.74 and the NSE benchmark declined 35 points to 5,564.95.

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    Axis Bank, State Bank of India, PNB, Bank of Baroda, Reliance Infrastructure, BHEL, Tata Steel, Tata Power, Tata Motors, Sesa Goa, Sterlite Industries, Reliance Industries, L&T and, HDFC, IDFC

    Defensives like ITC, HUL, TCS and Asian Paints were trading higher in early trade.

    HCL Tech surged 2% as the company has received multi-million dollar deal from US based Freescale Semiconductors for five years.

    The CNX Midcap Index rallied 77 points or 1% to 7,486 as about three shares declined for every share advancing on the National Stock Exchange.

    In the second line shares, Pantaloon Retail lost 7% on concerns over FDI approval in retail sector.

    Kingfisher Airlines was down 6%. Lanco Infratech, GVK Power, GMR Infra and IRB Infrastructure were down 3-4%.

    Suzlon Energy slipped 2% as the company is seeking 4-month extension for repayment of foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) due in October.

    Unitech and Alok Industries went down 1-2%. S Kumars tanked 5%.

    Shree Renuja Suguars and Bajaj Hindusthan gained 2%.

    EID Parry was up 1% as the company will hold shareholders’ meet on October 11 on demerger plan.

    Jet Airways gained 2% on stake sale buzz.

  132. 21/09/2012

    The BSE Sensex bounced back quite nicely on Friday, gaining more than 100 points in early trade after the government notified all FDI decisions taken last week despite withdrawal of support by Trinamool Congress. Banks, infrastructure, telecom and metals stocks led the support.

    The 30-share BSE benchmark was up 175 points to 18,524.15 and the 50-share NSE benchmark rose 52 points to 5,606.30.

    Bharti Airtel, Reliance Infrastructure, BHEL, PNB, SBI, Bank of Baroda, ICICI Bank, Tata Steel, Hindalco, L&T, HDFC, ITC, HUL, DLF and Jaiprakash Associates gained in early trade.

    Infosys, JSPL, Coal India, Ambuja Cements and Tata Power were under pressure.

    The CNX Midcap Index rose 1% or 71 points to 7,581 as about three shares advanced for every share declining on the National Stock Exchange.

  133. 24/09/2012

    indian shares remained flat as investors awaited further reforms like restructuring of power sector loans, hike in sugar rationing, raising the cap on FDI in insurance etc. The rally of 400 points seen on Friday seems to have priced in earlier reforms (FDI in aviation, retail etc) announced by the government.

    Now after the Samajwadi Party’s support the government is set to announce slew of measures to revive sluggish economic growth. There will be cabinet meeting today later in the day.

    The 30-share BSE Sensex fell 8 points to 18,745.15 while the 50-share NSE Nifty rose 1.3 points to 5,692.45, which ignored the international rating agency Standard & Poor’s cut India’s GDP forecast to 5.5%.

    The broader markets outperformed benchmarks as about three shares advanced for every share declining on the National Stock Exchange. The BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices were up nearly 1%.

    State-run power equipment manufacturer BHEL was the top gainer with 7% upmove ahead of cabinet meeting. JSPL was up 4.5% and Tata Power gained nearly 4%.

    Country’s largest lender State Bank of India rose 1% while its rivals ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank were up 0.2% and 0.5%, respectively.

    Utility vehicle maker M&M, top car maker Maruti and two-wheeler major Hero Motocorp rallied 1-2.5% while commercial vehicle maker Tata Motors was down 0.5%.

    FMCG majors ITC and Hindustan Unilever were down over 2%. Top software services exporter TCS lost 1.6%.

    Private oil & gas producer Reliance Industries, engineering conglomerate and housing finance compay HDFC slipped 0.5-0.7%.

  134. 26/09/2012

    The BSE Sensex opened lower following weak global cues on concerns over Spain. The BSE benchmark slipped 70.08 points to 18624.33 and the NSE benchmark was down 23 points to 5,650.80.

    Maruti Suzuki plummeted 1.6 percent after the company completed settlement with Gurgaon workers.

    ICICI Bank, L&T, Tata Motors, ONGC, Bharti Airtel, HDFC, Infosys, Tata Power, Sterlite Industries, Hindalco, Sesa Goa, Axis Bank and State Bank of India were under pressure.

    BHEL fell 1.2 percent on profit booking after rising over 10 percent in previous three sessions.

    Defensives like ITC, Hindustan Unilever, Cipla, TCS and Wipro were supporting the market.

    The CNX Midcap Index fell 32 points to 7656. Declining shares outnumbered advancing by 547 to 381 on the National Stock Exchange.

    In the second line shares, Max India gained nearly 1 percent as about 2 percent equity changed hands on the BSE at Rs 189 per share.

    IFCI tanked 9 percent as the SEBI has approved government’s stake hike in the company to 55.57 percent.

    Tulip Telecom plunged 5 percent on reports that promoters may have pledged some shares.

    Deccan Chronicle Holdings lost 1.5 percent as lenders failed to admit the company into corporate debt restructuring (CDR) cell.

    Power Finance Corpoation and REC went down 1 percent each.

    Alok Industries slipped 2 percent on dilution of equity. The company plans to raise Rs 551 crore via rights issue

    Liquor baron Vijay Mallya-led UB group stocks have been on buyers’ radar after the United Spirits confirmed that they are in talks with Diageo for stake sale. Kingfisher Airlines gained 4% ahead of AGM today.

    United Breweries and United Spirits were up 1%. UB Holdings rose 6%.

    ITI and Adani Port rallied 3-5%.

  135. 28/09/2012

    Indian shares gained nearly one percent in early trade, reacting positively to the Spain’s target to cut the deficit by euro 40 billion in 2013. Even expectations of China easing lifted global markets.

    The 30-share BSE Sensex jumped 182 points to 18,761.26 and the 50-share NSE Nifty rose 49.25 points to 5,698.75.

    Ambit Capital has raised the Sensex target to 23000 for next 12-18 months. They expect panic buying of Indian equities over next month.

    Asian markets were trading higher barring Nikkei; Shanghai rose 1 percent as China’s liquidity injections through reverse repo raised hopes of additional easing.

    The Indian rupee too climbed above the 53 level, rising by 24 paise to 52.77 against the US dollar after this news.

    Tata Power gained another 2.6 percent after CERC hearing yesterday.

    Reliance Communications, Unitech, Sterlite Industries, Axis Bank, Reliance Capital, Reliance Infrastructure, Reliance Power, Tata Motors, SAIL, Hindalco, State Bank of India and HDFC Bank were supporting the market.

    The CNX Midcap Index rallied 77 points or 1 percent to 7,822. Advancing shares outnumbered declining by 661 to 182 on the National Stock Exchange.

    In the second line shares, Lanco Infratech was up 4 percent as the company is going to sell stake in power and real estate businesses. It will also completely exit BOT (build-own-transfer) road projects.

    IRB Infra, IVRCL, HCC, Unitech, Dish TV, MTNL, Pantaloon Retail and Shree Renuka Sugars were up 1.5-2 percent.

    UB Holdings fell 2.5 percent on the back of profit booking and even the exchanges lowered the circuit limit to 10 percent yesterday.

    Kingfisher Airlines was down 5 percent after the company did not come up with any new ideas for revival in lenders meet yesterday. Exchanges also reduced the circuit limit for the stock to 5 percent.

    United Spirits was down 2.3 percent on profit booking. The Economic Times reported that Diageo deal may speed up as ICRA downgraded the company to junk status.

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  145. 15/10/2012

    Reliance Industries , the owner of world’s largest refining complex, today said it plans to raise capacity at its twin refineries at Jamnagar in Gujarat as part of the company’s plans to double profit in 4-5 years.

    “Our Chairman (Mukesh Ambani) has said (that) Reliance will be doubling (operating) profit. Downstream (oil refining and marketing) are very much part of this plan,” RIL CEO (Refining & Marketing) Tony Fountain told reporters at the Petrotech 2012 conference.

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    RIL operates 33 million tonne domestic-tariff area or DTA refinery that sells most of its products to domestic market, and 29 million tonne only-for-exports or SEZ unit.

    “We are very much looking at all sorts of plans (for expanding refining capacity),” he said. “We are looking at (expansion) options at both DTA and SEZ refineries.”

    Ambani had on June 7 announced investments of USD 12 billion in the company’s core petrochemical and oil and gas businesses as well as in the new sectors of retail and telecom, to double operating profits in 4-5 years.

    Refinery expansion was not part of the plans Ambani had outlined to company shareholders on June 7.

    Fountain said RIL was also “looking at (refinery) configuration” to produce more value added products.

    He however refused to provide details of investment or the expansion the company was looking at.

    RIL is setting up a USD 4 billion petroleum coke gasification project that will produce synthetic gas that will replace expensive LNG as fuel at the refinery. “We are adding significant project of petroleum coke gasification,” he said.

    India’s oil refining capacity will rise 24 per cent to about 267 million tonnes by 2015-16. These plans do not include RIL expansion.

    He said the company continues to keep most of its 1,452 petrol pumps closed in the absence of a level playing field with its main public sector competition.

    While the government has freed petrol pricing, diesel continues to be sold at a heavily subsidised rates. “We are not selling diesel anywhere… Only a few outlets are operating (for petrol sales),” he said. “We were 13 per cent of the market (before outlets were shutdown as it could not
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    “We are ready to reopen (petrol pumps) if the fiscal environment is right,” he said, adding that the government should either free diesel pricing from its control or provide subsidy equivalent to private firms as well.

    India has 25 oil refineries with a crude oil processing capacity of 215.066 million tonne. This will rise to 264.966 million tonne by 2015-16 as fuel demand grows. Diesel consumption grew by 7.8 per cent in 2011-12 and by 10.2 per cent in the first quarter of current fiscal.

    This does not take into account the possible expansion by RIL.

    Indian Oil Corp, the nation’s largest oil firm, plans to raise its refining capacity by 36.5 per cent to 74 million tonne. It will raise Koyali refinery capacity to 18 million tonne, from current 13.70 million tonne besides building a new 15 million tonne unit at Paradip in Orissa.

    Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) plans to raise its Mumbai refinery capacity from 6.5 million tonne to 8.20 million tonne and de-bottleneck its Visakhapatnam unit to increase capacity to 9 million tonne, from 8.3 million tonne.

    Similarly, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) is planning to de-bottleneck its Mumbai refinery to raise its capacity from 12 million tonne to 13.5 million tonne and hike Kochi unit capacity to 15.5 million tonne, from 9.5 million tonne.

    Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemical Ltd (MRPL) will raise capacity to 16.5 million tonne, from 15 million tonne.

    In private sector, Essar Oil will hike capacity of its Vadinar refinery in Gujarat to 30.80 million tonne, from 18 million tonnes by 2015-16.

    Nagarjuna Oil Corp Ltd’s 6.10 million tonne refinery at Cuddalore is likely to be commissioned by 2015-16.

  146. 15/10/2012

    The wholesale price index (WPI) rose 7.81 percent in September from a year earlier. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, C Rangarajan, chairman, Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Panel (PMEAC) says the increase in the wholesale price inflation is largely attributable to the increase in fuel price.

    Going ahead, he believes, the tendency for the inflation would be to fall. “We could get to about 7 percent by March 2013. That also depends upon how food prices behave in between. Therefore, I would say that the tendency for inflation hereafter would be in the downward direction,” he adds.

    Also read: Growth to turn around in six month, says Ahluwalia

    Below is the edited transcript of his interview with CNBC-TV18′s Latha Venkatesh and Ekta Batra.

    Q: How are you looking at the 7.81 percent number? Does it give Reserve Bank any maneuverability to ease rates?

    A: In some ways, the increase in the wholesale price inflation is largely attributable to the increase in fuel price. One has to take that into account. One has to interpret the increase carefully because the increase in fuel prices was planned and administered. Therefore, by and large, the non food manufacturing inflation appears to remain the same.

    I have not calculated. But, by a rough look at the numbers, it seems to indicate that the non food manufacturing inflation perhaps has not changed very much. It is still in the grey zone. The Reserve Bank probably would be looking for some sign of a decline in inflation in order to be able to move ahead. Therefore, at this particular point, I would only say that RBI’s position is not totally clear.

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    A: The ability of the central bank to lower the rate or move towards greater easing becomes easier when there are definite signs of declines in inflation. When inflation continues to rise, it becomes a very difficult situation. I would, therefore, not venture into what the RBI would do. But I am only saying that the circumstances are not too favourable.

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    Q: Crude has fallen partly on growth concerns and partly because of the restoration of a pipeline. Do you see more dips?

    A: When you look at the supply issue there is a little bit more supply than it is actually demanded at the moment. That comes through those weekly numbers which we get from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). When it comes down to the commerce side, I would probably expect prices to be a bit lower.

    They were under significant pressures due to expiry of the November contract that came off the board last night. But we have seen a little bit of a rebound. I would like to think that is a little bit of a low. There are still concerns in the Middle East at the moment which I think will help prices stabilize around this level. When I look at it, I still think there are concerns there. That should suggest that crude should be quite stable, if not start to trend a little bit higher.

    Q: Would that be your view till the end of 2012?

    A: I think when we look at the price action over the last couple of months, we are pretty much stuck in a range. When I look towards the end of the year, I can actually see that range remaining in the next couple of months. We are at the lower end of the range, but we have also got to be mindful of what is happening in the Middle East because that to me is a major concern.

    When we look at the supply and demand side from general economics perspective, you can see that there are still major issues in the market and of course we have got the US election, the budgetary concerns and the fiscal cliff around the corner. Whilst we have not got any clear direction on what is happening, you will probably find that the market will perceive there is still softness in the economy. As a result of that prices should remain relatively stable.

  151. 23/10/2012

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  157. 25/12/2012

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    Q: What is your view on the markets? Would it be a good time to buy just on holiday dips?

    A: I think investors should wait for some signs of progress on the fiscal cliff negotiations which could send the market moving in either direction. I think 5800-5825 is a good support, but I do not think investors should buy now and just wait for a day or two.

    Investors could buy at higher levels on signs of a resolution which may push the market to actually break out of the earlier levels and move beyond 6,000 and to post new highs in January. So, investors should wait till December 27-28 and take further decisions.

    Q: The expectations for 2013 are high unlike 2012 which started off on extremely muted expectations to post a 25-percent growth. Are you worried that there could be some disappointment in store as in January and February 2013?

    A: I do not think there will be too much of a disappointment because the government is firmly on the path of announcing more policy measures, the pre-Budget rally, the rate-cuts. But post-Budget in April and May, the market might may dampen on worries from the political front as the general elections in 2014 begin to loom. But till then, I do not see too many roadblocks.

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    A: In case negotiations on the fiscal cliff are stymied and result in higher taxes and spending cuts, there might be a kneejerk reaction across the globe that might send world markets coming down. But it is not a long-term negative for the Indian markets which are driven by internal consumption that I suppose will continue. So the expected new highs will be delayed. But if a resolution is found, the markets will immediately post a major move upwards.

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    Q: What is your view on Reliance in 2013?

    A: I feel that there will be some resolution to Reliance’s problems with gas pricing thanks to the softening in the stance by the oil ministry on Reliance. The resolution and the 4G launch will be the two major triggers for the stock and I will not be surprised if to see Reliance move beyond Rs 1,000 to be a major contributor to the uptick in the Index.

    Q: In 2013, do you think that there is an opportunity to bet on stocks where the promoter’s stake is above 75 percent and results in an offer-for-sale (OFS)?

    A: It clearly depends on the stock and the quality of the promoters because an OFS does not generally mean that the stock will move up such as the case of Adani which began to correct after the issue. So I will surely not recommend such stocks.

    Q: In a falling interest rate scenario, investors are putting money into gilt funds and the Association of Mutual Funds of India (AMFI) has reported an inflow of about Rs 2,000 crore in October and November in gilt funds. Do you see a lot of momentum in that option?

    A: With the interest rates coming down, those who invest now in gilt funds could possibly gain going ahead and this could be an opportune time to start investing in gilt funds.

    Q: Zee Entertainment has had an absolutely relentless from levels of Rs 116 to around Rs 223 on a YTD basis. Is that a stock which you would recommend to investors at these levels?

    A: Fundamentally, it may not be advisable to invest at this point of time. Though there is momentum and the stock could move up by Rs 15-18, it has been found to be a bit too expensive at the current juncture. It was a good buy at Rs 190-195, but not at the current level.

    Q: How much of an upside do you expect from the CARE listing scheduled for Wednesday?

    A: I think there should be a very decent upside on CARE. I will not be surprised to see a 20-25 percent upmove from the IPO price considering the oversubscription and at the grey-market pricing. So it should be an extremely good listing.

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    Ahmedabad (Feb 21) 53960 -1665
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  244. Gold prices edged higher in subdued trade on Wednesday, as investors looked ahead to the release of key U.S. economic data later in the day to help assess the timing for a reduction in the Federal Reserve’s bond purchasing program. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for February delivery traded at USD1,244.85 a troy ounce during European morning trade, up 0.3%. Comex gold prices held in a tight range between USD1,241.15 a troy ounce and USD1,246.45 a troy ounce. The February contract ended little changed on Tuesday to end at USD1,241.50 a troy ounce. On Monday, Comex gold fell to USD1,226.40 a troy ounce, the lowest since July 8. Gold futures were likely to find support at USD1,226.40 a troy ounce, the low from November 25 and resistance at USD1,254.40, the high from November 25. The U.S. was to release data on durable goods orders as well as a report on manufacturing activity in the Chicago region and revised data on consumer sentiment later in the session. In addition, the Labor Department was to release the weekly report on initial jobless claims one day ahead of schedule due to Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday. The release of mixed U.S. economic data on Tuesday did little to shift expectations that the Federal Reserve will start to taper its stimulus program at one of its next few meetings. Data showed that U.S. consumer confidence unexpectedly fell to seven month low in November, but a separate report showed that the number of building permits issued in the U.S. rose to the highest level in five years in October. Prices of the precious metal are down approximately 26% this year on concerns the Fed would start tapering its USD85-billion-a-month asset-purchase program by the end of the year. The dollar index, which tracks the performance of the greenback against a basket of six other major currencies, fell to the lowest since November 20 earlier in the session, underpinning prices. Dollar weakness usually benefits gold, as it boosts the metal’s appeal as an alternative asset and makes dollar-priced commodities cheaper for holders of other currencies. Elsewhere on the Comex, silver for March delivery edged 0.15% higher to trade at USD19.92 a troy ounce, while copper for March delivery inched down 0.15% to trade at USD3.214 a pound.

  245. 27/11/13
    The market closed Wednesday’s rangebound session on a flat note ahead of expiry of November derivative contracts on Thursday. Investors are also cautious ahead of second quarter GDP and fiscal deficit data due on Friday. The Sensex was down 4.76 points at 20,420.26, and the Nifty fell 2 points to 6,057.10. During November series, the Nifty plunged 3.81 percent and the Sensex lost 3.5 percent weighed down by financials, oil & gas and FMCG stocks. Experts expect some selling pressure on expiry day tomorrow as they are cautious after foreign institutional investors sold more than Rs 300 crore worth of shares on Tuesday – the big sell-off for the first time since September 30. In fact, the downward journey may also continue in December series as well, feel experts. According to Yogesh Radke, Head of Quantitative Research at Edelweiss Securities, if the Nifty breaks 6000 level, it can touch 5,850 level and perhaps fall further to 5,750 level, depending on the outcome of the state elections. “We are finding short side aggression to get rolled and that is the reason we are seeing some amount of lackluster rollovers in Bank Nifty,” Radke said. Meanwhile, Vineet Bhatnagar, MD of PhillipCapital feels the turbulence seen in the market in the past few sessions of the November series is likely to continue going into December. Major largecaps like Infosys , Reliance Industries , State Bank of India , TCS , HUL and ICICI Bank fell between 0.3-1 percent while Bharti Airtel dropped nearly 2 percent. However, Tata Motors topped the buying list, rising more than 2 percent followed by ONGC and L&T with 0.5-1 percent gains. ITC shares climbed 1 percent on reports that the company hiked some cigarette product prices by Rs 4-5 per pack of 10 pieces. In the broader space, Wockhardt tanked 9 percent after the pharma company received an import alert from US Food and Drug Administration on Chikalthana Unit. The company says Metroprolol XR, which is used to tread high blood pressure, is under the import alert. However, United Spirits rallied nearly 3 percent as Diageo’s unit Relay BV bought 19.7 lakh shares of the company at Rs 2400/share via block deal in previous session. Meanwhile, the rupee closed at 62.14 against the US dollar, up 36 paise compared to Tuesday’s closing.

  246. sir,i have interest in share market,but i don’t know how to start and open an a/c plz…………….help me
    and my mail id: no9047860026@gmail.com

  247. Hi….I m interesting in sharemarket…But I don’t knw how to start…pls help me …

  248. Hi I am Karthick. I interest to join Trade & Commodity Business but I don’t have any idea about these trade so pls send me in tamil all basic details to me in my E-mail id thank you pkkarthick@gmail.com

  249. i have interest in share market but i dont know how to start the account and how to earn and all pl help me ….

  250. this site vary nice

  251. Can i get details about commodity in tamil. can any one please help?/

  252. Hai, I would like to do share market and i dont know how to start. Pls give me the details

  253. மதிப்பிற்குரிய அய்யா அவர்களுக்கு நான் ஒரு வலைதளத்தில் படித்த ஒரு தகவல் எனக்கு ஒரு சிறு குழப்பம் ஏற்படுத்தியது அது இவை தான்
    (FOREX-ல் இரண்டு வகை TRADING உண்டு. ஒன்று FUTURE மற்றொன்று OPTION. ஆனால் 99% TRADER களுக்கு OPTION என்ற ஒன்று இருப்பதே தெரிவதில்லை. OPTION என்பது குறைந்த முதலீட்டில் அதிக லாபம் ஈட்டகூடியது மற்றும் HEDGING செய்வதற்கு சரியான வழி “OPTION” தான். 10 நிமிடத்தில் ACCOUNT OPEN செய்து 10 நிமிடத்தில் TRADE செய்து WITHDRAWAL செய்யலாம்.)இதில் உள்ள option and future இரண்டிற்கும் முழுமையான விளக்கம் தரும்படி கேட்டுகொள்கிறேன் நன்றி.

  254. am a college student ,i am interested in share market , pls send me reply aboout share market details & share market investment details sir

  255. Hallo Mr.Saravanan

    All share market related web sites self details start free entry, next step some amount pay for trail & tips (1month , 3month, 6 month, 1 year )
    i dont need same website, full share market details only need How do create share market A/c
    , related documents for a/c opening
    every day buy & selling formality
    Send step by step details in Share Market

  256. hai sir, first ungalukku enathu nanriyai therivitthu kolkiren . enakku share market patri konjamum idea illai so pls enakku tamilil details anuppunga ithu en id suresh_instrument@hotmail.com

  257. Hi Mr.Saravanan,

    I wish to learn about share market and I can see more share market related words in online and I couldn’t understand the words and terminologies. Can you please send details to my email-id apjram@gmail.com.

    -Thanks,
    Jeyaram P

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