Wednesday , November 25 2020

Market Live: Sensex by 153 points



12:45 p.m.

A sharp correction in the stock price presents a good buying opportunity for investors

Intraday Chart of the Automotive Axes

12.35

The diversified mix of products, both in the industrial and consumer segments, is a great

Havells Stock India

12.25 p.m.

The PMI Services report, which was seen rising in October, does not encourage markets in the middle of the session. BSE is still traded well below the closing level yesterday of 35,011.65. The Sensex fell 102 points at 34,190.10, while the Nifty lost 44 points at 10,509.05.

PMI Services Up to 52.2 in October


"The strongest expansion of private sector activity since July"

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Services followed manufacturing in October, a search result unveiled on Monday. The Nikkei India Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose to 52.2 in October, up from 50.9 in September. This is the fifth consecutive month of expansion. This index is based on research conducted among purchasing managers of more than 400 private companies.

Manufacturing PMI jumps to 53.1 on strong order intake

Continuous improvements in demand coupled with technological advances and favorable market conditions have led to a stronger increase in output

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12:15 a.m.

The stock of oil and gas met with selling pressure after the United States reinstated punitive measures targeting the Iranian oil and financial sectors. From today, the measures are the more concrete result of the controversial decision by US President Donald Trump in May to abandon the multinational nuclear deal with Tehran. The decision will directly affect third-country companies doing business with Iran. They could disrupt the world's oil markets.

US sanctions against Iran, "harder than ever", come into force

The United States is reimposing punitive measures targeting the oil and financial sectors of Iran, in which US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called …

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BSE Oil & Gas Index

Price of oil stocks

12h10

Sectorial BSE Indices

Markets were trading on the negative ground today, following the weakness of banking stocks, Oil and Gas, Capital Goods and Durable Goods. The BSE Sensex was at 34,872.76, down 153.85 points. Nifty also dropped 54 points to 10,499.

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11:45 a.m.

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11:30 p.m.

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11:20 a.m.

New selling bouts in Oil & Gas, Banks, IT and industry pushed markets further down. In BSE, Sensex declined 175 points at 34,835.59. The Nifty also dropped 62 points at 10,490.85.

11:15 a.m.

Rupee falls 48 paise against dollar

The rupee depreciated 48 countries to 72.91 against the US dollar early in the trade on the inter-bank forex market Monday on the outflows of foreign funds.

The rupee opened lower at 72.76 against the dollar, and fell even further to quote 72.93. It ended at 72.45 against the dollar on Friday

Traders said rising demand for US currency from importers and losses in the domestic stock market weighed on the rupee.

In addition, the dollar trading higher against some currencies abroad also pressed the rupee, they added.

11:10 a.m.

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11:05 a.m.

HIGHER AND LOST GAINS IN NSE, BSE

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11am

Markets fell today as banking, financial and oil and gas stocks fell amid moderate gains in inventories of auto, IT and capital goods

The Sensex benchmark fell below the 35,000 mark, dropping more than 100 points to 34,911.11 initially and the 30-share index was now down 96.90 points, or 0.30%, to 34,905.75. The meter had climbed nearly 580 points on Friday.

The NSE Nifty was also trading 36.15 points, or 0.34%, below 10,516.85.

Sectoral indices, led by stocks of energy, metal, banks and cars, were trading in negative territory, falling by as much as 1.44%.

BSE Chart

Largecap Shares

Largecap Stocks

10:45 a.m.

Shares in Axis Bank rose 3.4% to Rs 631.3, the highest since September 21.

Private sector bank Axis Bank on Friday posted a 82.6% better-than-expected jump in second-quarter profit, boosted by higher interest income and improved asset quality.

10:30 a.m.

Shares of India's top refiner, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, fell by as much as 4.30% to Rs 141.85 rupees, the highest daily percentage falling since October 5

10:20 a.m.

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10:10 a.m.

Rupee below 39 paise

The rupee has devalued 39 paise to 72.84 against the US dollar at the beginning of trade in the inter-bank forex market Monday on the outflows of foreign funds.

The rupee fell by 72.76 per US dollar against the previous close of 72.45 and fell even further to 34 countries at 72.79 at the opening trade. It ended on Friday at 72.45 against the dollar.

Traders said rising demand for US currency from importers and losses in the domestic stock market weighed on the rupee.

In addition, the dollar trading higher against some currencies abroad also pressed the rupee, they added.

Markets declined marginally early on in the trading session after bank, financial and oil and gas inventories fell amid moderate gains in inventories of capital goods, automobiles and IT.

The Sensex benchmark fell below the 35,000 mark, dropping more than 100 points to 34,911.11 initially and the 30-share index was now down 68.90 points, or 0.20 percent, to 34,942.75. The meter had climbed nearly 580 points on Friday.

The NSE Nifty was also trading 23.10 points, or 0.22 percent, lower than 10,529.90.

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9:50

Why the move by the RBI to allow banks to provide PCE to NBFC bonds offers little relief

In an attempt to alleviate liquidity concerns faced by non-bank financial firms (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs), the RBI allowed banks to offer partial credit enhancement (PCE) to bonds issued by some of them.
At the NSE, Bajaj Finserv shares rose 1.77% to 5,623, M & M Finance traded at R $ 431.50, Shriram Transport Finance decreased 0.30% at Rs 1,245.80 and Edelweiss dropped 2.15% at Rs 170.50

9:45

Nifty, at the NSE, also lost 22 points to 10,530 in early trading. At Nifty, declining scripts were higher at 28 and defenders were at 21, with 1 scrip remaining unchanged since its previous close.

NSE Indices

9h40

Bank stocks fell in the first few deals due to moderate selling pressure. BSE Bankex fell 80 points to 28,935.62.

BOLKING STOCKS

9.25

The BSE Finance sector index fell 16 points to 5,566.11 in today's first trading session.

RBI launches a lifeline for NBFCs, housing finance companies

BSE Finance sector stocks

9h18

The BSE-sensitive index rose 106 points but immediately lost its gains and traded at 34,956, down 91 points from the previous close of 34,920.65.

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9:15

Sensex negotiated 106 more points in the pre-open session

9h10

India Inc's Profit Growth Wags

A wave of poor results last week derailed India's profit growth in the quarter of September 2018. Combined profits of about 940 listed companies increased only about 3% over the previous year, against 12.5% ​​y / in the June quarter of 2018. Read more about this

9:05 a.m.

Sterling reaches the peak of 2 weeks in Brexit's soft hopes; Asian Stocks Rock

In stock, the MSCI's broader stock index in the Asia-Pacific outside Japan fell 0.2 percent in the first few deals but was well out of a had a half-year average touched last week. Japan's Nikkei stumbled 1.3 percent, while Korea's KOSPI fell 0.8 percent. Australian stocks were also in negative territory, down 0.5%.

US stock futures fell 0.4 percent after Wall Street closed on Friday, with concerns that a trade deal between the United States and China will not close soon. Read more about it

9:00 a.m.

Want to know where to invest this session of Muhurat? Here are 5 evergreen stocks that have delivered consistently in the past and will make your main portfolio shine.

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8:55

A break above ₹ 205 will strengthen the upward move and take the Tata Motors stock up to ₹ 250

Here are the answers to readers' questions about the performance of their actions. Read more about it

8:50

SBI (₹ 285.4)

SBI soared 15 percent last week. The stock tested the resistance region в₹ <в₹ <290-292 on Friday and left slightly after making a high of в 29.65. As long as it is traded below ₹ 292, an intermediate dive to ₹ 280 or ₹ 276 can not be discarded. The major supports are at в "- 279 and в" – 276. A strong break below в "276 can drag the SBI initially to в" 268. Read more about this

8:45

Global bullish signals, coupled with the appreciation of the rupee and the fall in crude oil prices, cheered the bulls and raised sentiment for the domestic stock market. Both Nifty and Sensex rose 5% last week on the back of optimistic global factors and buying value at lower levels. See More Information


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