Daily Archives: Thursday April 11th, 2019

Higher Delivery Quantity (11/04/2019)

502865 26033 1513 2458.60
TEAMLEASE 25277 4095 2907.10
AAVAS 18709 4220 1164.65
DIXON 25800 7025 2389.70
ELGIEQUIP 21336 5938 253.45
JKCEMENT 220484 66584 873.95
BALMLAWRIE 53784 18230 179.15
TTKPRESTIG 4176 1576 8395.55
SBILIFE 1528159 583206 624.95
KIRLOSENG 24655 9429 171.05

52 Week High Breakout (11/04/2019)


Market closes with slight margin


On the day of Mumbai-Weekly Expiry, there was a turnover in the market. In the afternoon, the pressure of the sale of the market increased in the market. At the end of the turnover, BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at 38607.01 with a marginal increase of 21.66 points, i.e. 0.06 percent. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed 12.40 points, which is 0.11 per cent higher at 11,596.70 level.
Selling in metal shares was seen as falling prices in the international market. Vedanta, with a downturn of nearly 4%, is the top-down share of the Nifty. JSPL also saw a lot of weakness. Ujjivan was involved in the most fledged shares in futures. At the same time, Nitin Chugh at HDFC Bank will be enthusiastic at the hope of becoming CEO of the company soon. Madras Fertilizer reached the height of 2 months to witness a surge in Fertilizer stocks in the hope of a normal monsoon.
Small and mid-cap stocks, along with legendary stocks, also saw weakness. BSE’s mid-cap index closed with a slight increase of 0.09 per cent. At the same time, the BSE’s small-cap index is closed with a weakness of 0.02 per cent. However, oil and gas stocks have seen good shopping today. BSE’s Oil and Gas Index closed today with an increase of 0.94 per cent.
Selling pressure on the banking stocks also remained under pressure. Bank Nifty today closed at level of 29786.10 with the weakness of 0.06 per cent. Auto, financial, FMCG and media stocks today helped the market. While banks, IT, metal, pharma and realty stocks were beaten up. In today’s business, Infosys, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank put pressure on the market.

Rail Vikas Corporation has given loss to investors

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Mumbai-Government company Rail Vikas Nigam (RVNL) has given investors the deficit on the very first day of listing. The shares of the company have been dull listing in the stock market. The stock of the company is listed on the stock exchange at Rs. 19
Let me tell you that RVNL had issued its shares at the rate of 19 rupees during the IPO and the listing of its shares has also happened at the same price. That is, there is no benefit to investors who invest in it. RailNetwork, the public sector firm of Miniratna, had brought its IPO on March 29, which aimed to raise Rs 480 crore. On closing, it got only 1.39 times the subscription.
This company is in the business of several types of railway projects, such as construction of new lines, double line of railway lines, gauge conversion, railway electrification, construction of metro projects, workshop, bridge construction, construction of cable stations, many government projects including railway buildings . By December 2018, it had an order book of Rs 77,504 crore. Although the company is consistently profitable. Avivna Trades founder Shivendra Fauzdar has advised to invest in this long-term perspective.

Naresh Goyal of Jet Airways holds 26% stake

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Mumbai-based Jet Airways founder Naresh Goyal has mortgaged his 26 per cent stake in the company to get a loan from Punjab National Bank. This information is given in stock exchanges. Last month, Naresh Goyal and his wife Anita Goyal resigned from the board of directors under the debt settlement plan (Loan Solution Scheme).
Jet Airways has informed the stock exchange on Thursday that Goyal has mortgaged its 2.95 crore shares to Punjab National Bank, which is 26 per cent of its total share. According to the information given to BSE, it was mortgaged on April 4 in the form of security of the existing / new borrowed from Jet Airways (India) Limited.
On that day, more than 5.79 crore shares were issued by them. They were placed under the “Non Dispose Undertaking” as the security of the loan borrowed from the airline. This information has been revealed according to filing.
Goyal has resigned as chairman of the company which he started 25 years ago. Under the debt resolution plan, the group of banks have established their control over the management of the company. The share of Jet Airways India Ltd was trading at Rs 260.40 with declines.