Monthly Archives: January 2018

52 Week High Breakout (23/01/2018)

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JUBLFOOD 2273.30
MINDTREE 757.35
RADICO 389.60
BIOCON 603.85
TCS 3116.40
ALEMBICLTD 67.60
NIITTECH 765.75
VAKRANGEE 473.65
GEPIL 976.55
GODEREJPROP 882.05
AXISBANK 611.55
TIIL 600.15
DELTACORP 350.15
SYNGENE 628.90
REILIANCE 971.50
LT 1398.85
GODEREJCP 1092.70
TECHM 569.50
ORIENTHOT 60.95
EXCELCROP 3598.55
TATAELXSI 1078.75
PFIZER 2145.55
HDFCBANK 1963.35
WABCOINDIA 7911.35
TORNTPOWER 305.60

The week began with the record

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Mumbai- The beginning of the week has happened with the record. Market legend managed to close at record level on Monday On Monday, the Sensex reached 35,800 for the first time. The Nifty also closed above 10,950. Bank Nifty also crossed the record level of 27,000. In today’s trading, the Nifty touched a new record level of 10,975.10, while the Sensex managed to create a new record high of 35,827.7.

Finally, BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at a level of 286.5 points ie 0.8 percent, at 35,798 level. The NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed at 71.6 points, which is a gain of 0.7 per cent, at 10,966.2.

Shopping in mid-caps and smallcap stocks has also been seen. BSE’s mid-cap index closed at 0.6876.5 with an increase of 0.6 percent. Nifty’s mid-caps 100 Index closed at 21,507.5 with a strength of about 1 percent. BSE’s Smallcap index closed at a level of 19,608, with a surge of 0.8 percent.

On Monday, purchases were seen in IT, banking, realty, capital goods, consumer durables and oil and gas stocks. Bank Nifty closed at a level of 27,041 with a rise of 0.5 percent. The Nifty’s IT index is closed with a strong 2 per cent. BSE Realty Index was up two per cent, Capital Goods Index was 1.8 per cent, Consumer Durables index 0.75 per cent and Oil and Gas Index gained 0.5 per cent. However, selling in metal and PSU bank stocks has been seen.

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52 Week High Breakout (19/01/2018)

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GRUH 598.10
MINDTREE 684.15
SEINV 370.55
EXCELCROP 3295.30
MPHASIS 794.35
HDFCBANK 346.15
ICICIBANK 346.15
HDFC 1896.80
STRTECH 389.45
LT 1360.80
DABUR 364.65

Finished market at new heights

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The Mumbai-Weekly market witnessed a great end and the market closed at a new height on Friday. When the Sensex climbed 250 points, the Nifty closed close to 10900 with a gain of 77 points. After Thursday’s profit recovery, the mid-cap index gained nearly 1 percent, and the BSE midcap index closed at 17765.00, while the Smallcap Index closed 0.9 percent higher at 19456.16.

The BSE 30-share index, Sensex, climbed 251.29 points, or 0.71 per cent, to close at 35511.58. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed at 77.70 points, i.e. 0.72 percent, at 10894.70 level.

In today’s volatile business day, the market has got support from bank stocks. In today’s turnover, the bank nifty closed 1.4 percent higher at 26,909.50. There was more action seen in government banks today. Oil and gas shares also saw good shopping today, due to BSE’s oil and gas index climbing up 0.9 percent.

In today’s business, the market has got the highest support from banking, metal, realty, IT and FMCG stocks. The Nifty’s Metal Index closed 0.9 percent today, Realty index 1 percent, Pharma index 0.12 percent, FMCG index 0.62 percent, IT index 0.50 percent and Auto index 0.13 percent.

Nifty closes above 10800 for the first time

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Mumbai- The market share of today’s market has been tarnished by mid-cap stocks today. After touching new heights, there was strong profit-booking in the market. The idea of how deterioration was so low can be estimated from the fact that 5 shares were closed due to the increase in every 1 share. The worst was the worst mid-cap stocks. Midcap index 750 points dropped from the highest levels of the day.

BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at 17,455 points, or 0.5 percent, at 35,260 level. The NSE’s 50-share index, Nifty, closed at 285, which is 0.25 percent, at 10,817 level. On Thursday, Nifty reached record high of 10,887.1, while the Sensex made a new record high of 35,507.4.

Mid-caps and smallcap stocks have been hit hardly. The BSE Mid-Cap Index has closed 1.7 per cent down at 17,630 level. In today’s turnover, BSE’s mid-cap index reached 18,060. Nifty’s mid-caps 100 index closed at 21,098 level with a weakness of around 2 percent. In today’s business, the Nifty mid-cap reached 100 index 21,707.3. BSE’s Smallcap Index closed 2 percent down at 19,285.8. In today’s turnover, the BSE’s Smallcap index reached 19,889.

Selling in metal, media, pharma, PSU bank, realty, consumer durables, power and oil and gas stocks has been observed. The Nifty Metal Index has 2.9 per cent, Media Index has 1.3 per cent, Pharma Index has 1.2 per cent and PSU Bank Index has declined 1.6 per cent. In the Realty Index of the BSE, 4 per cent, Consumer Durables Index was 1 per cent, Power Index was 1.8 per cent and Oil and Gas Index 1.4 per cent.

 

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