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Stoppage of market collapse

Sensex ends down

Mumbai- After the last five days, the decline in the market has been stopped. Shortcuvering came in the last hour after the day’s ups and downs. The Sensex managed to close close to 350 points, while the Nifty has also gained 1 per cent. BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at 34,343 points i.e. a rise of 1 per cent to 36,652. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed at 10000, which is close to 1 per cent, at 11,067 level.

Recovery has come in mid-caps, but small-cap stocks have seen pressure. The BSE mid-cap index has closed at an average of 0.4 percent, with an increase of 15,275. In today’s turnover, BSE’s midcap index was broken up to 15,015. The Nifty Mid-100 index closed at a low of 17,865 with a slight margin of 0.1 percent. In today’s trading, the Nifty’s mid-cap index dropped to 17,542. However, the BSE’s Smallcap index has climbed 0.75 per cent.

The market has got support from buying in banking, pharma, FMCG and auto stocks. Bank Nifty closed at 25,330 level with strong 1.5 percent. However, there is pressure in realty, metal, power, oil and gas and capital goods stocks. HDFC, Kotak Mahindra Bank, HUL, Axis Bank, Sun Pharma and Maruti Suzuki climbed 3.2-2.7 per cent in the giants. However, Indiabulls Housing, Bharti Infratel, Yes Bank, Gayle, Power Grid, Coal India, Adani Ports and Tata Steel were down by 5.3-1.1 per cent in the giants.

In mid-cap stocks, M & M Financial, SJVN, Biocon, United Breweries and Bear Crops have climbed 6.1-4.7 per cent. However, Indian Bank, Future Retail, Shriram City Union, Adani Transmission and Reliance Infra have broken down 7.8-3.5 per cent in the midcap stocks. In smallcap stocks, KCP Sugar, Dhampur Sugar, Dalmiya Sugar, Triveni Engineering and Dwarikesh Sugar have been lifting up to 20-8%. However, in smallcap stocks, Deewan Housing, Adlabs Entertainment, Jet Airways, Vakrangi and RS Software have slipped down to 23.5-8.5 per cent.

Selling pressure is falling on funds

Technical Analysis Guide

Shoppers missing in market

Mumbai: In the last few days, due to the sharp fall in the shares of NBFCs and the default of some of them has made the markets and investors unhappy, mutual funds are also worried about it. It is reported that many events have emerged in recent days due to the withdrawal of money from the schemes by mutual fund investors.

According to mutual fund houses, the withdrawal of Rs 5,500 crore has been done in two days from the liquid fund of DHFL Primerika, while its size is Rs 8,000 crore. Similarly, the withdrawal of about Rs 2,500 crore from the Tata Short Term Bond Fund and its size is Rs 5,000 crore. According to sources, much of the liquid and bond funds of several fund houses have been withdrawn and it is still in progress.

According to fund officials, this withdrawal will continue for the next few days and there is pressure on the fund houses. However on the other hand there are no buyers of corporate paper (CP) in the market. It is being said that investors who are liable for a small amount of money are being saved. If there is a debt in the ratio of equity and debt, then its concern is quite high in the market.

It is being said that buyers of AAA and AA-like papers are not available. In fact, the way DSP Blackrock Mutual Fund sold DHFL’s CP, there has been a lot of concern in the mutual fund sector and due to this, investors are now taking very careful steps. There is a lot of pressure on liquid and bond funds.

Higher Delivery Quantity (25/09/2018)

NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
TIMETECHNO 1138558 81585 150.25
CARERATING 259682 20720 1230.40
SKFINDIA 17348 1688 1717.05
KANSAINER 652780 125186 447.15
BLUEDART 14612 3218 3010.75
AUBANK 861641 195699 616.90
FINPIPE 116373 30289 528.30
ZEELEARN 325550 87152 37.65
CROMPTON 1815306 547436 219.95

52 Week High Breakout (24/09/2018)

TCS 2198.45

In a few minutes, 11,000 million submerged

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Stocks in Mumbai-Deewan Housing Finance (DHFL) are down 60% during the business. The stock of DHFL on the BSE dropped 60 percent to the lowest level of Rs 246.25, which is the lowest level of 2 years of stock. A sudden drop in stocks has cleared more than 11 thousand crore rupees in minutes of the company. However, there was some recovery in the stock from the lower level later. Due to the large drop in stocks due to rumors of liquidity crisis in the company, the market capitalization of DHFL decreased by more than Rs 11 thousand crore rupees.

There is a rumor in the market that DHFL has defaulted in bond payments. On the other hand fear of liquidity crisis, there is a negative environment about DHFL stocks. Apart from this, the fear of decreasing margins from expensive Bond yields has worsened the environment. Due to this news, DHFL’s stock fell on the stock market. However, considering the concern of the investors, management has said that the company has not defaulted on any repayments.

Because of this, shares of other NBFC companies Can Fin Homes, Reliance Home Finance, Home Finance, Repco Home Finance and LIC Housing Finance fell 12 to 18 per cent to the 52-week low. PNB Housing Finance Breaks 9 Percent

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