Daily Archives: Wednesday January 9th, 2019

Higher Delivery Quantity (09/01/2019)

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NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
533033 18829 231 5035.90
SKFINDIA 382909 12018 1936.20
SANOFI 19097 1824 6224.75
GRASIM 3236403 379258 835.30
SHRIRAMCIT 16379 1946 1580.95
MAXINDIA 1058955 125939 84.60
MINDACORP 360614 46837 149.95
EDELWEISS 5097393 715321 178.65
BLUESTARCO 68725 9862 611.95

52 Week High Breakout (09/01/2019)

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PRAJIND 144.90
BATAINDIA 1148.20
ICICIBANK 382.25
PVR 1612.70

IndusInd Bank’s profits up

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Mumbai-based private sector IndusInd Bank’s profits rose 5.20 percent to Rs 985 crore in the third quarter of the year 2019. The bank had a profit of Rs 936.25 crore in the same period a year ago.
Meanwhile, net interest income has increased to Rs 2287 crore. At the same time, the total income has increased from 5473.54 crores to Rs. 7232.32 crores. The bank said in a press conference held in Mumbai that in the third quarter the bank’s gross NPA (bad stranded debt) has been 1968.15 crore rupees. Gross NPAs were 1.13 percent in per cent, while gross NPAs were 1.16 percent in the same period a year ago.
Net NPA of the bank has been Rs 1029.27 crore in the third quarter, which is 0.59 per cent. It was 0.46 percent in the same period a year ago. In the third quarter, the bank provisions have increased to Rs 606.70 crore. Its deposit amount in the December quarter was Rs 1,75,701 crore, which was Rs 1,46,086 crore in the same period in the previous year. Ramesh Sobti, managing director of the bank said that this quarter has been a good quarter for topline and core operating profit. During this time we also launched Next Credit Card which is the first product of its kind in India.

20,000 Crore rupees check stashed by bank strike

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Mumbai- The strike called by bank unions has stuck in check clearing more than Rs 20 thousand crore across the country. While there is an impact on cash transactions, fund transfers and foreign exchange exchanges.
However, this strike has not taken place on State Bank of India and private banks. Members of the All India Bank Employee Organization and Bank employees Federation of India are participating in this strike supported by the Left parties. On the other hand, seven organizations associated with the staff are not participating in it. AIBEA general secretary C.V.Vuktachalam said that checks worth Rs 20,000 crore were stuck due to the strike on Tuesday.
According to the Seventh Pay Commission, the bank employee is protesting against the demands including salary hike. The 10 central organizations of bank employees have called for the strike, including 12 demands including anti-employee policies of the central government. These organizations include INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AICTCUC, UTUC, LPF, SEWA.
Earlier on December 26, these organizations had also made a nation-wide strike on other demands, including wage hikes. About 10 lakh bank employees were involved in this strike. Ashwani Rana, vice-president, National Organization of Bank Workers has said that this is a political strike and there is nothing to do with issues related to bank employees. So, seven unions will not participate in it.

Boom in the market

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Mumbai: The Indian stock market closed with a gain in the last trading session in banking, automobile and pharmaceutical sectors. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s BSE closed 231 points higher at 36212 after the day’s trading.
In the day-to-day trade, the Sensex touched the highest level of 36230 points and the lowest level of 35890 points. However, the decline in BSE Midcap and Smallcap was recorded and it remained closed in the red mark. The Nifty of the National Stock Exchange also closed with a gain of 53 points to close at 10,855 points. In the sensitive index of 50 stocks, 24 stocks were green in the Nifty and 26 shares closed in red mark. In the Nifty, banks, auto, finance services, FMCG, IT, pharma, private banks and realty sectors are getting bullish. Media, metal and public bank closed in red marks.
Among the major shares in BSE, 7.37 per cent shares in DB Corp, 5.71 per cent in Shobha Ltd, 4.78 per cent in SBI Life, 4.67 per cent in GMR Infra and 4.57 per cent in ICICI Prudential shares. In the Nifty, 4.1 percent of SunPharma shares, 3.15 percent shares of ICICI Bank, 3.10 percent in State Bank of India, 2.62 percent in Tata Motors shares, and Yes Bank’s shares increased 2.48 percent.
In the BSE, shares of Tata Steel increased by 9.98 per cent, 8.48 per cent in gross finance, 6.99 per cent in Lakshmi Vilas Bank shares, 4.90 per cent in the shares of Dilip Buildcon and 4.17 per cent in Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited shares. In the Nifty, shares of Zee Entertainment were 2.99 per cent, UPL Ltd’s shares were 1.67 per cent, Kotak Bank’s shares were 1.49 per cent, BPCL’s shares were up 1.38 per cent, Hindustan Petroleum shares fell 1.12 per cent.

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