Monthly Archives: August 2018

Higher Delivery Quantity (30/08/2018)

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NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
MONSANTO 77018 4945 2900.10
TEAMLEASE 80119 6679 2519.50
GRINDWELL 132761 11227 530
PGHH 56244 7845 9973.35
HTMEDIA 682784 112657 53.75
MAHSEAMLES 128297 21364 488.35
PIDILITIND 825664 153777 1136.40
SUTLEJTEX 83187 16615 48.50
BHARATFIN 1248715 294684 1142.70

52 Week High Breakout (30/08/2018)

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MERCK 3378.85
ATUL 3320.90
ITC 319.85
TCS 2082.40
3MINDIA 26007.45

Mutual funds may fall in SIP

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Mumbai- Brokerage firm UBS has carried out a survey on SIP i.e. Systematic Investment Plan, which has revealed that further SIP can be reduced. The UBS survey has revealed that increasing investment through SIP can be stopped. 55 percent of people have withdrawn money from mutual funds and stalled new investments. Showing negative returns can lead to a break on investment. Last year, returns of 23 out of 124 diversified funds were negative.

Although the past 5 years of the performance of mutual funds are being noticed, interesting facts are coming out. The performance of 5 years shows that the investment of SIP has proved to be a deal of profit. During the 5 years in Smallcaps funds, Reliance Smallcap Fund has given 40%, DSP Smallcap Fund has given 35% and HSBC Smallcap Fund has given 33% return. Kotak Emerging Equity 34%, L & T Midcap Fund has given 33% and HDFC Midcap Opportunities Fund has given 31% returns during the 5-year Midcap Fund.

During the 5 years in large-cap funds, L & T’s Large Cap Fund has given 38 per cent, JM Core 11 Fund 28 per cent and Reliance Largecap Fund 24 per cent returns. During the 5 years of Mid, Large Cap Fund, Can Robeco Emerging Equities 37%, Mira Emerging Bluechip has 36% and Principal Emerging Bluechip has given 33% return. At present, about Rs 7,000 crore per month is coming to the mutual funds through SIP, which is a record so far.

Closes with market downturn

Sensex ends down

Mumbai: The stock market closed on Thursday with the decline. Major index Sensex dropped 32 points to 38690 and Nifty dropped 15 points to close at 11676 level. The worst decline has been done in the shares of Maruti and IndusInd Bank. Maruti declined by 1.67 per cent to 9208 and IndusInd Bank closed at 1874.50 with an increase of 1.71 per cent.

Talking about the sectoral index, the highest-selling financial services are in the shares. There has been a decline in the shares of bank, auto and private bank. However, FMCG (1.28 percent), IT (0.03 percent), metal (0.85 percent), pharma (1.12 percent), PSU Bank (0.28 percent) and Realty (0.60 percent) were closed. On the National Stock Exchange, the mid-cap was closed by 0.13 per cent and the smallcap 0.48 per cent.

Talking about the big names in the Nifty, 25 green markers and 25 fall have been closed. The fastest growth is in the shares of Sun Pharma, Gail, Tata Steel, NTPC and UPL. At the same time, fall in shares of Eicher Motors, Bajaj Finance, Hindapetro, IndusInd Bank and Maruti. The highest-selling Axis Bank and Yes Bank are getting shares in the shares.

NPAs of banks decrease to Rs 64,106 crore

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Mumbai: NPAs (non-performing assets) of government banks have decreased by Rs 64,106 crore during the last financial year. That is, the recovery of so many rupees has been done. This disclosure has happened through an RTI. However, gross implicated debt of these banks at the end of the financial year ended March 31 (gross NPA) was reached grew to Rs 895,601 crore.

RTI activist Chandrashekhar after the filing of RTI on behalf of minor part of the answer to the central bank on August 24 was revealed that financial year 2016-17 at the end of the public sector at Rs 53,250 crore debt trap Banks level. At the expiration of the financial year 2015-16, these banks had to recover the trapped loans of Rs 40,903 crore. At the same time, due to the real recovery from the defaulters, the trapped debt of public sector banks declined by 6,84,732 crore in the financial year 2016-17. However, due to outstanding recovery in fiscal year 2015-16, due to outstanding recovery these loans were reduced by Rs 5,39,968 crore in these loans.

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