Monthly Archives: April 2018

Higher Delivery Quantity (30/04/2018)

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NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
TECHNO 195663 8473 351.15
ORIENTCEM 471444 20954 143.85
HERITGFOOD 213779 197005 705.30
SITINET 260064 27839 16.75
MOTILALOFS 564900 63510 973.35
EQUITAS 2144505 244743 156.00
GRINDWELL 109114 12868 497.80
MUKANDLTD 309764 38071 70.20
GDL 592378 73900 168.30
SFL 2386 365 1517.55

52 Week High Breakout (30/04/2018)

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SRF 2380.55
RELIANCE 996.30
TAKE 224.10
JUBLFOOD 2551.35
CHOLAFIN 1736.10
MRF 80413.25
BHARATRAS 5659.95
BRITANINIA 5460.75

Sensex closing beyond 35,000

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Mumbai: Indian markets closed on Monday due to positive signals and crude oil prices declining. Although 48 percent of PC Jewelers dropped during this period, they had also announced share buyback. However, in the morning session, the stock was trading with an increase of 18%. However, the Bombay Stock Exchange’s (BSE) Sensex closed at 35,160 points, up 191 points, while the National Stock Exchange’s Nifty climbed 47 points to close at 10,739.

The major companies whose shares gained during the business were Reppco Home Finances, DHFL, Marico, Vijaya Bank, Mithi, Balrampur Chini, Dhampur Sugar, CG Power, India Buels Real Estate, India Buels Ventures, Bombay Dyeing and Jet Airways etc. , Which closed up to 8 per cent. While the shares of Canara Fin Homes, Interglobe Aviation, Minda Corporation, UPL, IDBI Bank and HDIL saw a decline of 19 per cent.

Talking about the sectoral index, all the indices are closed in green mark. The highest purchases have been seen in the shares of PSU Bank. At the same time, banks (0.54 percent), auto (0.38 percent), financial services (0.57 percent), FMCG (1.19 percent), IT (1.39 percent), metal (0.29 percent), pharma (0.82 percent), PSU bank (1.73 percent ), Private sector banks (0.23 percent) and realty (1.58 percent) are closed with the increase. Nifty stocks are trading in 33 green markings, 16 declines and one without any change. The fastest growth was in the shares of Yes Bank, Hindustan Unilever, TCS, Kotak Bank and Asian Paint. At the same time, the fall came in the shares of Axis Bank, ULL, Reliance, Infratel and GAIL.

52 Weeks High Breakout (27/04/2018)

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NIITTECH 1149.90
SRF 2318.80
HDFCLIFE 533.05
MINDTREE 1070.60
HINDUNILVR 1491.25
KOTAKBANK 1185.70
PIDILITIND 1085.75

Higher Delivery Quantity (27/04/2018)

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NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
GREENLAM 23604 472 1248.95
VSTIND 72413 1456 3043.10
APLLTD 400132 25223 520.00
SOMANYCERA 104422 6651 600.00
BIRLACORPN 331081 24143 738.00
LAOPALA 224000 16388 280.25
CGPOWER 4076726 321836 81.85
PRABHAT 268818 29244 176.00
MPSLTD 153668 21488 670.10
NESCO 87522 13708 578.35
MANAPPURAM 2698484 424239 119.35
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