Vishwas Agarwal

Above 8,786, The Next Target Levels Are 9,150 & 9,250, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Above 8,786, The Next Target Levels Are 9,150 & 9,250, Says Vishwas AgarwalAfter rallying for three successive days, the Sensex, on Tuesday (Mar 17), ended the day on a negative note followed by banking, IT and oil & gas stocks.

Among the BSE Sectoral indices BSE IT index remained the top loser, the index declined 2%. Among the other major losers were BSE Bankex index (down 1.6%), BSE Oil & Gas index  (down 1.3%) and BSE Teck index (down 1.2%).

After opening at 8,942.01, down 1.53 points, BSE Sensex remained lackluster all through the day. It also hit a high of 9,024.12.

Stock Mkts Likely To Be Volatile On Monday, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkts Likely To Be Volatile On Monday, Says Vishwas AgarwalThe Sensex rallied around 5% on Friday to register its biggest increase during the last three months on account of hopes for a recovery in the battered US banking system boosted investor confidence throughout the world.

Budget Announcements To Spur Stock Mkt Outlook, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Budget Announcements To Spur Stock Mkt Outlook, Says Vishwas Agarwal   Indian equities, on Friday, maintained an upbeat momentum all through the day, and closed strongly, because of positive global signals, backed by firming trends of Asian markets.

The Sensex closed at 9.634.74, up 168.91 points after touching a high of 9,695.59 and a low of 9,540.60. In contrast, the broad-based NSE Nifty gained 55.30 points at 2,948.35 after hitting a high of 2,969.75 and a low of 2,896.85.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap index rose 1.51% and 0.62% respectively

9,350 Level Is Important To Sustain For Safe Trading Zone, Says Vishwas Agarwal

9,350 Level Is Important To Sustain For Safe Trading Zone, Says Vishwas Agarwal  Equities opened on a firm note on the major Indian bourses today, following positive global sentiment ahead of January F&O expiry series.

Realty and banking stocks were among the most prominent gainers during the early trade. Metal, auto, capital goods and IT stocks have also recorded sharp gains.

Buying remained stock specific in FMCG and pharma stocks, while power and oil stocks remained subdued.

Above 8,950, Sensex Can Go Upto 9,350 level, Says Vishwas Agwaral

Above 8,950, Sensex Can Go Upto 9,350 level, Says Vishwas AgwaralThe Sensex continued to trade in the positive terrain on account of continued buying action witnessed across frontline stocks.

Auto, banking, FMCG, oil & gas stocks were the major gainers, while consumer durables went down. BSE Midcap and Smallcap index gained 0.48% and 0.68% respectively.

Indian stock market belled the day positively at 9,077.65 after gaining 73.57 points as against its last closure on Tuesday.

Stay Away From Stock Mkt Until Global Scenario Changes, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stay Away From Stock Mkt Until Global Scenario Changes, Says Vishwas AgarwalIndian equities on Friday (Jan 23) belled the day on a flat note with negative bias tracking global signals.

After opening at 8,804.15, down 9.69 points as against its last closure, the 30-share index, BSE Sensex moved up in the positive terrain after a few minutes of trading in the negative.

Asian stocks fell, led by technology companies and commodity producers, after Sony Corporation predict its first twelve-monthly loss in 14 years and economists predicted China’s economic system will go down further.

Reliance, SBI To Set Trend Of Stock Mkt, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Reliance, SBI To Set Trend Of Stock Mkt, Says Vishwas AgarwalIndian stock market belled the day negatively after falling 2.45% during its last closure tracking depressing signs from worldwide shores sparked by fresh worries that the global banking crisis may be far from over.

The 30-share index, BSE Sensex, today (Wednesday, Jan 21) opened at 8,900 after losing 199.77 points.

Any Positive Event Will Boost Stock Mkt Outlook, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Any Positive Event Will Boost Stock Mkt Outlook, Says Vishwas AgarwalIndian equities opened the day sluggishly following negative global signals.

Among the prominent losers this morning, realty, banking, metal and oil & gas stocks topped the list with sharp losses.

Auto, power, PSU, information technology, telecom, pharma and FMCG stocks were also down.

Mirroring heavy selling action, all the sectoral indices were trading in the red zone with heavy losses.

It’s A Money Making Week, Says Vishwas Agarwal

 It’s A Money Making Week, Says Vishwas Agarwal Indian equities belled the week on a positive note in line with global peers.

Metal, oil and select capital goods, power segments edged higher this morning, while realty, pharma and IT went down.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap index gained 0.78% and 0.76% respectively as a host of stocks from these segments climbed on keen buying enquiries.

Asian stocks also gained led by higher commodity prices. US plans to shore up the world’s largest economy, a weaker yen boosted the positive sentiments.

Stock Mkt Is Trading Below All Crucial Levels, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkt Is Trading Below All Crucial Levels, Says Vishwas AgarwalIndian equities on Tuesday (Jan 13) ended the day on a negative note.

The BSE barometer opened weak following global cues, but better-than-expected results from technology giant Infosys turned out a good enough trigger for the stock market to make recovery after an early setback.

IT stocks outperformed, while banking, metal and oil & gas stocks went down.

Among the sectoral indices, BSE IT climbed 4.71%, whereas BSE Oil & gas, Bankex and Metal declined more than 1% each.  

Stock Mkt Is Unsafe Below 2,776 Level, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkt Is Unsafe Below 2,776 Level, Says Vishwas AgarwalAfter trading sluggishly for the whole day, the 30-share index BSE Sensex closed the day (January 12) with a huge loss of 296.42 points at 9110.05.

In contrast, the broad-based Nifty closed at 2773.10, down 99.90 points, after touching an intra-day low of 2748.55.

Sensex Sheds 180.41 Pts; Nifty Down By 47.40 Pts

Sensex Sheds 180.41 Pts; Nifty Down By 47.40 Pts Despite making some moderate recovery during the final hour of closing on Friday (Jan 09), the 30-share index BSE Sensex ended the week on a negative note.

Second line stocks saw heavy selling pressure. Metal and realty stocks were hammered badly on Friday.

For the week ended December 27, India’s benchmark wholesale price index (WPI), inflation declined to 5.91 percent as compared to 6.38 percent during the last week.

During the same period of the last year, the inflation was at 3.83%.

Stock Mkt Looks Hopeful Next Week, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkt Looks Hopeful Next Week, Says Vishwas Agarwal  Indian equities welcomed the new year (2009) on a bullish note. Midcap and Smallcaps showed upbeat reaction all through the week.

The 30 share index, Sensex gained 629.3 points to 9,958.22 during the week, which ended on January 02, 2009. In contrast, the broad based NSE Nifty made 189.5 points to 3,046.75 during the same period.

During the week, Mid-cap stocks recorded 284.5 points to 3,391.18, while Smallcap shares zoomed 321.91 points to 3,870.45.

Overall Stock Mkts Are Trading In Safe Zone, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Overall Stock Mkts Are In Safe Trading Zone, Says Vishwas AgarwalAfter opening the day positively, the 30-share index Sensex continued its positive run on the back of heavy buying activity witnessed in frontline stocks.

Metals, consumer goods and realty stocks gained ground.

All sectoral indices went up, while BSE Midcap and Smallcap index gained 1.61% and 1.66% respectively.

Today, the BSE Sensex started the day at 9,806.64, up 90.48 points, as against its previous closure in which it gained 182.64 points at 9716.16.

Stock Mkts May Recover After Tuesday, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkts May Recover After Tuesday, Says Vishwas AgarwalIndian equities belled the day (Monday, Dec 29) on a weak note because of negative global cues.

Select FMCG, pharma, metal and oil stocks went up, while realty stocks slipped on selling pressure.

There were huge losses for a variety of stocks from auto, capital goods, information technology, power and banking sectors as well.

BSE Midcap and BSE Smallcap stocks remain quite subdued this morning.

At 10:26 a.m., the BSE Sensex, which opened with a small negative gap at 9318.86, stood at 9204.97, down 123.95 points.

Sensex Weak In Choppy Trade; DLF Down Rs 14.57

Sensex Weak In Choppy Trade; DLF Down 14.57%  Indian stock markets continue to represent a weak outlook ahead of F&O expiry.

Huge selling action was witnessed across all sectors except BSE Bankex and PSU.

The 30-share-index BSE Sensex, today (Dec 24), belled the day negatively at 9,626.07, down 60.68 points, as against a drop of 2.43% on the previous working day.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap were also trading in negative terrain after losing 0.83% and 0.91% respectively.

Next 2 Days Will Be Difficult To Make Profit, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Next 2 Days Will Be Difficult To Make Profit, Says Vishwas AgarwalIndian equities opened weak today, (Dec 23), following disappointing worldwide shores prior to December F&O expiry.

Auto, consumer goods and metal stocks traded flat.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap index fell 0.35% and 0.20% respectively.

Asian stocks also dropped down as a smaller-than-forecast interest rate cut in China and an economic growth report in New Zealand fanned worries that a global recession is becoming deeper.

Buy Realty Stocks On Monday, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Buy Realty Stocks On Monday, Says Vishwas AgarwalThe 30 share index, Sensex gained 409.84 points in the week ended Dec 19, 2008, while the broad based NSE Nifty surged 156.15 points during the same period.

On Monday, the benchmark index Sensex started the week strongly following worldwide signals and saw volatility all through the day. Realty and metal sectors were the major performers.

Stock Mkt Looks Range-Bound Awaiting Govt Decision, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkt Looks Range-Bound Awaiting Govt Decision, Says Vishwas AgarwalAmid a cautious start, Indian equities continued to trade positively but on a flat note.

Global signals are fairly positive and there are expectations that the government will shortly declare a strong stimulus package to boost up the financial system.

Realty, consumer goods and banking stocks went up, whereas consumer durables and metal stocks turned down.

BSE Midcap and Smallcap index gained 0.65% and 0.61% respectively.

Stock Mkt Not Giving Any Indication For Sharp Fall, Says Vishwas Agarwal

Stock Mkt Not Giving Any Indication For Sharp Fall, Says Vishwas AgarwalAfter a smart opening today, Indian equities slipped into the negative terrain due to heavy selling pressure in select IT, realty, auto and FMCG stocks.

However metal and consumer goods stocks gained ground. BSE MIdcap and Smallcap index rose 0.55% and 0.27% respectively.

At 10.50 a.m., the 30-share index Sensex lost 95.21 points at 8,644.03 after hitting a high of 8,854.81 and a low of 8,620.71.




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