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June IIP Numbers Push Indian Markets Lower; Bharti Airtel & SBI Major Losers

June IIP Numbers Push Indian Markets Lower; Bharti Airtel & SBI Major LosersIndian Stock Markets ended the recent rally as the depressing June IIP numbers deteriorated investors sentiment. Also, rating agency Moody's has reduced India's GDP growth forecast to 5.5 per cent for 2012-2012. BSE Sensex closed 40 points lower at 17560. NSE Nifty closed 15 points down at 5322.

Indian Stock Market Closes Flat on Wednesday; M&M in Focus

Indian Stock Market Closes Flat on Wednesday; M&M in FocusIndian stock market closed flat after benchmark BSE Sensex touched an intraday high of 17,726. NSE Nifty closed at 5338. European Markets opened negative and this led to decline in Indian stocks during the end of the trading session.

FTSE was down by 0.5%, CAC 40 was down by 0.62 per cent at 3431 while DAX was down by 46 points at 6921. Asian Markets were mixed with Nikkei 225 gained 0.88% while Straits Times down by 0.51%. Hang Seng ended the day flat.

RBS Expects NSE Nifty at 5700 by December; Indian Stock Markets Close Positive

RBS Expects NSE Nifty at 5700 by December; Indian Stock Markets Close PositiveRBS Private Banking Chief Investment Officer Rajesh Cheruvu has expressed bullish view about Indian stocks. In an interview, he has given a positive outlook for NSE Nifty to touch 5700 by December this year.

NSE Nifty closed at four month high after gaining further ground in today’s trading session. The markets gained further ground in afternoon session as European markets opened positive.

CRISIL Report Reduces India GDP Growth Target to 5.5%

CRISIL Report Reduces India GDP Growth Target to 5.5%CRISIL Research has cut India GDP growth forecast to 5.5 per cent for 2012-13 based on lower foreign investment inflows to the country. The report has reduced the estimates from earlier 6.5% GDP growth.

CRISIL report also expects the WPI inflation to remain higher at 8 per cent. Indian economy is already struggling lower growth. The policy in-action of UPA government will result in lower foreign investment and can reduce growth in various sectors.

Stock Market Up on Hopes of Push for Reforms

Stock Market Up on Hopes of Push for ReformsIndian Stock markets opened in positive on Tuesday after hopes that Finance Minister P Chidambaram will push forward with reforms process. At 11.58 AM IST, BSE Sensex was up by 122 points at 17535 while NSE Nifty was up by 37 points at 5319.

Among most active stocks were SBI, ICICI and Axis Bank. The three banking counters were trading firm with gains between 1.5-2.5 per cent. Tata Motors was trading strong in today’s session. The auto major gained over three per cent and was trading at Rs 236.

Mahindra Satyam Among Gainers; Indian Markets Trading One Per Cent Lower

Mahindra Satyam Among Gainers; Indian Markets Trading One Per Cent LowerIndian Stock Markets were trading lower on Friday. The BSE Sensex was down by 174 points at 11.15 am IST while NSE Nifty was down by 54 points at 5173.

Among most active stocks, banking counters were trading lower. SBI was down by 1.6%, PNB down by 0.71%. Biggest Private Sector lender ICICI Bank was down by 2.1% at Rs 938.

Jain Irrigation, Dr Reddy's: Buy at Current Levels

Jain Irrigation, Dr Reddy's: Buy at Current LevelsBrokerage House CLSA has given a buy call for Jain Irrigation. The company is into agriculture sector and offers irrigation solutions. There is an increase in demand for cost saving irrigation systems and Jain Irrigation is a pioneer in the sector in Indian market.

Brokerage house CLSA has given a target price of Rs 150 for Jain Irrigation. The analysts have expressed positive views about the reduction of debt for the company. With earnings upgrade, the current market price for the stock looks undervalued.

Buy SBI and Cipla: KR Choksey

Buy SBI and Cipla: KR ChokseyTechnical House KRChoksey has suggested buy call for SBI. The stock is good for long term. SBI is pioneer in Indian banking Public sector. The stock has touched 52-week high and low of Rs 2657 and 1571 respectively.

SBI is trading currently with a P/E ratio of 16. Market expert Dilip Bhat has also suggested buy call for State Bank of India.

Pharmacetical major Cipla is good defensive bet at current levels, as per market experts at KR Choksey. The recently declared results of Cipla were as per market expectations. The net profit for Q4 was up by 36.5 per cent at Rs 292 crore compared to same quarter previous year.

BSE Sensex Closes at Four Month Low

BSE Sensex Closes at Four Month LowBSE Sensex breached 16,000 level in today's trading session and closed at four month low. BSE Sensex closed 1.83 per cent lower at 16030. For BSE Sensex, 52-week low is 15,190 and if the economic troubles continue, market experts believe that we may see further lows for Indian market. In the past three months, the markets have declined 11.7 per cent.

Among sectors, Automobiles, Banking, Capital Goods, Consumer Durables and Metals were major losers. All sectoral indices closed in the red.

Buy IRB Infrastructure Developers: KRChoksey

Buy IRB Infrastructure Developers: KRChokseyKRChoksey has suggested buy call for IRB Infrastructure with a target price of Rs 188. In a research report released on 10 May, 2012, KRChoksey has suggested lower price target of Rs 188 compared to earlier target of Rs 221.

IRB Infrastructure Developers stock is currently trading at Rs 112. The stock recovered from today's low of Rs 104 to end the day at Rs 112. IRB Infrastructure Developers has touched a 52-week low of Rs 100. With a market capital of Rs 3735 crore and P/E ratio of 22.5, the stock is little expensive compared to peers in infrastructure sector.

Reliance Stock Could Underperform in Medium Term: Sudarshan Sukhani

Reliance Stock Could Underperform in Medium Term: Sudarshan SukhaniSudarshan Sukhani of s2analytics.com has expressed concerns over weakness in Reliance Industries stock. He said that the bluechip company controlled by Mukesh Ambani is already hovering around its 52-week lows. He does not expect the company to see a quick recovery from current lows.

Indian Stock Market Closes Lower; INR Faces Another Blow

Indian Stock Market Closes Lower; INR Faces Another BlowIndian stock markets ended the day lower with Automobile, Banking and Energy stocks facing selling pressure. Among gainers were select stocks in Capital Goods, Consumer Durables and Healthcare sectors.

Among top gainers were Ranbaxy Labs, Asian Paints, BPCL and Larsen. Among major losers were Bank of Baroda, PNB and SAIL. PNB also touched 52-week low in today's trading session.

Indian Companies with Higher Percentage of Promoter Holding Pledged

Indian Companies with Higher Percentage of Promoter Holding PledgedFinancial experts consider this as a risky situation. There are many stock market listed companies in India with high percentage of promoter holding under pledge.

Infrastructure major Jaypee Infra has 83% promoter holding out of which, 61% has been pledged. Essar Shipping has 83% promoter holding out of which 96% has been pledged.

Among other companies with higher percentage of promoter holding pledged are Fortis Healthcare (71%), Jaiprakash Power (75%), Wockhardt (100%), Thomas Cook (100%) and Gokaldas Export (100%).

Sensex Rises 272.60 Points, after Falling 800 points Over Three Session

Sensex Rises 272.60 Points, after Falling 800 points Over Three SessionAfter falling over 800 points in three sessions, the Sensex is reported to have risen 272.60 points today, ending over the major 17,000 level, as the NSE benchmark went up 88 points regaining the 5,150 mark.

Also, the increase came owing to the Fed's decision to maintain interest rates at a record near zero level to `kick start' the American economy. Hence, Fed's move came about, during the relief rally on the Dow, which surged 429 points, and is the tenth biggest point's gain ever to occur overnight.

Fall in US Debts Lead to Major Drop in BSE Sensex and 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty

Fall in US Debts Lead to Major Drop in BSE Sensex and 50-unit S&P CNX NiftyAccording to reports, the fall in the US government debt led to Indian shares declining in open trade, as the barometer index BSE Sensex and the 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty had their lowest level in almost 14 months.

Shares of GTL and GTL Infra on Rise

Shares of GTL and GTL Infra on RiseAiming to revamp their assets, GTL Ltd and GTL infrastructure Ltd planned to sell their assets and with this news, the shares of both the companies rose.

GTL Ltd traded at Rs. 70, which means that its shares were up by Rs. 0.70 or 1% as compared to the previous close. With this, it touched the day’s highest value of Rs. 71 and the lowest at Rs. 69.

At the same time, the shares of GTL Infrastructure Ltd also rose by 0.78%. They were found trading at Rs. 14, which means they gained of Rs. 0.11. The volume of overall traded quantity has been stated as 1.28 lakhs shares on the BSE.

India’s GDP Growth May Slip to 7.2%, Says Report

India’s GDP Growth May Slip to 7.2%, Says Report A report compiled by the Morgan Stanley has estimated that India’s GDP growth may be observed to roll down to 7.2% from 7.7%, a noticeable deviation against government's forecast of 8.2%. Simultaneously, Sensex at the Bombay Stock Exchange was observed 17952.34, 157.55 points or 0.87% down whereas the 30-share index touched intraday low of 17859.50 and high of 17986.47.

KRChoksey Recommends Hold Rating on Ambuja Cements

KRChoksey Recommends Hold Rating on Ambuja CementsAccording to reports, KRChoksey recommended hold rating on Ambuja Cements aiming at Rs 140, on the 28th of July 2011, as Ambuja Cement Ltd net revenues was at Rs 2173.3 crore, an increase of 6.1% year on year from Rs 2047 crore in the second quarter of 2010 as well as a rise of 1.5% on a quarterly basis.

Also, the dispatch for the quarter was 5.29 mn tonnes from 5.41 mn tonnes the previous year, which was a fall by 2.2% year on year and a drop of 6.8% on quarterly basis.

Sensex Falls by 236 Points

Sensex Falls by 236 PointsSome sources revealed that having been in the negative so far in today's buy and sell meeting, the bazaar sustained to make bigger losses because the BSE Sensex was recorded with a decline of 236 points, while the S&P CNX Nifty also fell by 71 points.

Meanwhile, Asian market catalogs also suffered heavy losses, as the Hang Seng index, the Shanghai Composite index and the Nikkei index, recorded shack of 1%.

On the other hand, in the Indian markets some of the biggest losses were recorded, as a result of which, the global shareholders became concerned about the slowdown of the economic growth.

HDFC Witnesses an Overall Gain in the First Quarter Till June 2011

HDFC Witnesses an Overall Gain in the First Quarter Till June 2011The Bombay Stock Exchange showed HDFC bank at a growth by 33.7% in the revenue amounting to Rs 1,085 crore, in the first three months of the financial year up to June 2011. The total profit earned by June 2010, amounted to Rs 811 crore.

The income generated by the bank by the end of June 2011, increased to an amount of Rs 7,098 crore, which was 5,410 crore in the same period last year, an increase of 31.2%. The balance sheet of this year grew by 22.6%, amounting to Rs 2, 85,942 crore at the end of June.




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