Monthly Archives: June 2018

52 Week High Breakout (29/06/2018)

GODREJCP 1217.95

Higher Delivery Quantity (29/06/2018)

AHLUCONT 197045 7463 336.75
IDFC 32910659 2225139 46.50
CHAMBLFERT 1365363 122604 157.50
JINDWORLD 56608 6391 496.55
TV18BRDCST 7888049 908514 51.25
GPPL 7112370 826893 104.50
TITAN 6815959 858548 836.35
CASTROLIND 2618703 341208 165.20
MRPL 2280798 312892 77.60
IFCI 8176129 1133663 14.70

52 Week High Breakout (28/06/2018)

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GODREJCP 1208.55
DABUR 393.50

Higher Delivery Quantity (25/06/2018)

TASTYBITE 15193 106 7484.45
FLEXITUFF 43529 2425 33.75
RAJTV 9071 791 45.80
KIRLOSIND 1241 129 1121.50
MAYURUNIQ 33295 3952 416.55
LAURSLABS 237326 31102 456.45
BAJAJCORP 99133 13283 397.15
POLYMED 155310 21053 199.45
KALPATPOWR 140630 19868 401.15
NLCINDIA 773578 115586 82.30

Stock market closed with declines

Sensex ends down

MUMBAI: The stock market has been falling sharply due to crude oil prices, business warfare and rupee depreciation. At the end of the trading, the Sensex dropped 179 points to close at 35038 level. At the same time, the Nifty closed 82 points down at the level of 10589. All-round sales are visible in the business. The midcap index is more than 200 points broken. Bank, pharma and realty stocks are among the worst declines. All the index except the metal on the Nifty is in the red mark.

The shares of Mahindra & Mahindra, Infosys, Tata Steel, HCL Tech, Warkangi, Symphony, and Ikkalab have seen an increase of about 5 per cent in the turnover of Thursday. At the same time, shares of Grasim, Hindustan Petrassel, NTPC, Coal India, BPCL, PNB Housing, DBL, Quality and Swan Energy are falling by 5.46 percent.

During the business, the pressure on the BSE mid-cap and the smallcap index showed. The BSE Midcap Index has been down by nearly 150 percent, which is around 1 percent. The smallcap index is down 186 points, which is 1.17 percent.
On the Nifty, the Nifty was 2.75 per cent in the realty index, 0.95 per cent in the PSU bank index, 0.56 per cent in the private bank index, 0.44 per cent in the Nifty bank and 0.55 per cent in the pharma index. The second index, except the metal, went into the red mark.

With the increase in crude prices, the current account deficit and the fear of rising inflation are affecting the rupee. On Thursday, the rupee weakened 28 paise to 68.89 dollars a dollar. This is the biggest drop in rupee so far.

On the other hand, the country’s second largest information technology company, Infosys, reached a new 52-week high On Thursday, the stock of the company rose by 2.28 per cent to Rs 1,298.20, which is a new 52 week high. The stock of the IT company has risen due to the record weakness in rupee. On Thursday, the rupee crossed the $ 69-per-dollar level for the first time.