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Higher Delivery Quantity (22/10/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
SOMANYCERA 232535 12957 347.20
PGHH 14442 1018 9140.30
NAUKRI 297420 29995 1458.90
SHRIRAMCIT 81480 11174 1568.25
BAJAJHLDNG 58814 9722 2628.40
IFBIND 19657 3300 929.65
BRIGADE 138498 25426 189.75
KNRCON 254245 57411 182.45
AARTIIND 109342 31519 1250.65

Market closes with declines

Sensex ends down

Mumbai- On the first day of the week, markets were closed down due to the ups and downs of the day. Sensex and Nifty have lost 0.5 percent. In the trading, the Nifty knocks up to 10,408.5 while the Sensex reached level of 34,748.7. BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at 181 points i.e. 0.5 percent, at 34,134 level. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed at 588, which is 0.6 percent, at 10,245 level.

Selling in banking, realty, metal, media, IT, consumer durables, capital goods and oil and gas stocks has put pressure on the market. The Nifty closed flat at 25,078 level. In today’s turnover the bank nifty reached 25,505. Selling in mid-caps and smallcap stocks has also been seen. The BSE mid-cap index has dropped 0.7 percent, while the Nifty mid-cap index 100 has a weakness of 1.25 percent. BSE’s smallcap index closed 2 percent lower.

IndusInd Bank, BPCL, UltraTech Cement, Reliance Industries, Bajaj Finserv, Yes Bank, ONGC and Asian Paints have been closed down by 8.5-3% in the giants. However, in the giants, Indiabulls Housing, Eicher Motors, ICICI Bank, HCL Tech, NTPC, Bajaj Auto, HDFC Bank and Bharti Airtel climbed 9.1-1.3 per cent.

In mid-cap stocks, RBL Bank, Max Financial, Kansai Nerolac and Crisil have closed down by 7-4.7 per cent. However, in the midcap stocks, Muthoot Finance, Indian Hotels, Oberoi Realty and Torrent Pharma have climbed up to 5.9-3 per cent.

Infibeam, Bhansali Engineering, Persistent, Balaji Amines and Diwan Housing have broken down to 26.5-10.3% in smallcap stocks. However, in the smallcap stocks, Sanghvi Movers, Purvankara, Muthoot Finance, The Bike Hospitality and Galacton Steel have been strengthened by 8.2-5 per cent.

Banking Share Can Give Better Returns – Morgan Stanley

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Mumbai- While interest rates are going up, on the other hand there is scope for improvement in the banking sector’s situation with issues of NBFCs. In such a situation, banking sector can give better returns in coming days. This estimate has been speculated by leading global research firm Morgan Stanley.

In a note, the company has said in the note that if talking about big banks, then the shares of ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, State Bank of India and Axis Bank can give returns of 30-40% in the next 12 months. Morgan Stanley Yes Bank, RBL Bank has an underweight approach. Interest rates in India are going up for some time and this may show an increase in banking shares. Having strong liquidity with banks, they can perform well.

Morgan Stanley says that public banks have good liquidity but they are not able to give it in the form of borrowings. The best banks in these banks are the private sector big banks, which are continuously performing better.

Higher Delivery Quantity (19/10/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
BLUEDART 71552 1776 2798.55
SJVN 3037671 189947 25.05
KALPATPOWR 484670 34870 301.20
GET&D 112458 8528 245.30
MAHLIFE 133504 13207 428.70
TAKE 581526 65427 155.10
HONAUT 2882 359 18960.85
BAJAJCORP 123477 19622 386.95
GDL 162739 29992 145.30

200 shares at the lower level of average PE of 5 years

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Since August, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has dropped 4,000 points from its peak elevation since August, but there are more than 200 such shares which are now trading on attractive valuations and this is the lowest of the average PE of 5 years. Have come to the level.

According to the data, price earnings (PE) ratios or PE multiple shares are used for evaluation and on this scale the shares are at a better level. Generally, when a stock is at the lower level of the average PE of 5 years, then it is on undervalue (low value) and there is a possibility of providing better returns.

219 shares of the BSE 500 index are currently trading below the average PE of 5 years, and 25 of these have fallen 50 per cent, including quality, PC Jewelers, Eveready Industries, Bharat Electronics, Force Motors, Can Fin Homes, Motilal Oswal , Reliance Capital etc.

Analysts say that buying stocks like this can be better and investors can get a good return in the coming time. However, before investing for this, he should do a little research on those stocks. Although not every stock doing better on lower valuation, it is important to know about them. In addition to the above shares, shares of Hindustan Construction Company fell 70%, Reliance Communications 68%, BEML 63%, Somani Ceramics 61%, DHFL 60%, J Kumar Infra 57%, NBCC 54%, Bharat Electronics shares fell 53% Have been.

Although some stocks have accumulated so much in one year that it will be better to make profits recovery. The share of NIIT Technologies has increased 82% and the share of HEG Limited has increased 81%. In the same way, India Bulls Ventures has 69 per cent, MindTree 62 per cent, Zansar Technologies 58 per cent, Amphisis shares 53 per cent, V-Mart Retail shares 47 per cent, Tata Consultancy Services 45 per cent, JSW Steel 36 per cent, Abbott India has increased 33 percent.

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