Monthly Archives: January 2019

Higher Delivery Quantity (30/01/2019)

HATSUN 719775 29040 652.80
STARCEMENT 305871 13542 91.80
HSIL 437845 40221 237.35
PRESTIGE 1374810 127204 200.95
GILLETTE 18206 1913 6499.45
PHOENIXLTD 311279 42281 596.90
SUPREMEIND 191746 30226 999.50
AARTIIND 152903 29585 1600.60
MOTILALOFS 318525 65961 636.70

52 Week High Breakout (30/01/2019)

AARTIIND 1600.60
WIPRO 363.25

Indian Oil down 91%

Recession Chart

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During the quarter ending in Mumbai-December, 2018, Indian Oil Corp has suffered a major setback. According to the results released on Wednesday, the company’s quarterly profit fell to 917 million rupees with a 91 per cent decrease. Due to poor results, the company’s stock fell to around 136 per cent with weakness of about 1 per cent.

The crude oil prices in the international market were sharply hit by the three companies of Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum Corp (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp (HPCL). In October, three government companies were forced to cut fuel prices. This raises a lot of pressure on their margins. The government also wanted to reduce the burden of oil prices on customers. This increased the pressure of the three companies.
According to the filing given in the stock exchanges, the IOC’s profit during the third quarter of 2018-19 has decreased to Rs 717 crores, compared to Rs 7,883 crores during the same period a year ago.

Better profits in these stocks


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Some companies of Mumbai-Financial Year 4 2019 have come up with good results, which is creating an environment for investing in the shares of these companies. Most major companies have presented their results. So far, HDFC, ITC, Reliance, Infosys, TCS, Hindustan Unilever, Wipro, Yes Bank, Bank of Baroda, Union Bank etc. are included.
Allara Capital has advised to buy a stock cement stock. Its target has been fixed at Rs 147 while presently it is trading at 91 rupees. That is, it is expected to get 61 percent return. This brokerage house has advised buying Axis Bank shares. Its target has been fixed at Rs 783, while at present it is at 661 rupees. That is, it can get a return of 18 per cent.
Share Khan has advised to buy shares of HDFC Bank. Its target is Rs 2,650 while presently it is trading at Rs 2,058. That is, it can get 29 percent returns. This bank loan has increased 23.7 percent on an annual basis. The shares of Larsen & Toubro have been advised to buy ICICI Direct at a target of Rs 1,655. The current price can get a return of 30 per cent in this stock. At present, its value is Rs 1,278.
Likewise, the stock of the country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has been recommended by the broker house Motilal Oswal for a target of 7,777 rupees, which can get returns of 20 per cent. Its present value is Rs.6,523. This company did not perform well in the third quarter, yet there is a good hope in its performance in the coming time. HDFC Securities has advised to buy shares of ITC at a target of Rs 383 and it can get returns of 38 per cent. Its present value is 278 rupees.

Market flat closure


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Before the budget-budget, the market remained frustrating. On Wednesday, we got to see the turnover business. Thursday is the expiry of the January futures series, and in this case also the ups and downs remain. Secane Sensex-Nifty is completely flat. Although the bank has been on a buying day in the shares today, where the bank nifty has gained 250 points. At the turn of the end, the BSE 30-share index Sensex fell by 1.25 points to close at 35591.25. On the other hand, 50 shares of NSE have closed flat on the main index Nifty 10651 level.
Among the biggest gainers in the business, ICICI Bank, Tata Steel, Axis Bank and Hindalco remained. At the same time, Indiabulls Housing, Bajaj Auto, Adani Port and Bharti Infra are among the most falling stocks today. There was good shopping in steel companies. While NMDC is up 4 per cent, Tata Steel has gained 5 per cent. The cell has also exceeded 2%.
The mid and smallcap index of the BSE has closed with the rise due to buying in mid and smallcap stocks. The BSE mid-cap index closed at a level of 14,499.48, with a gain of 0.22 percent. The BSE Smallcap Index was up 0.78 percent and closed at 13815.39 levels. Oil and gas shares have seen weakness in the business. BSE’s oil and gas index closed at 13381.23 with a weakness of 0.85 per cent.
Private and governmental shares of both banks have seen a lot of buying. Bank Nifty closed at 26825 level today with an increase of about 1 per cent. Nifty’s FMCG index closed nearly 1 per cent, Pharma Index 0.25 per cent and Realty Index 0.74 per cent. On the other hand, the metal index gained 1.9 per cent and the IT index gained 0.16 per cent.