Category Archives: शिक्षा

Higher Delivery Quantity (20/07/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
SHARDACROP 413649 9199 329.00
TTKPRESTIG 54443 1404 5799.80
SOMANYCERA 168805 6253 463.75
PSB 835813 33376 28.15
APLLTD 290674 21662 514.60
KSBPUMPS 7204 661 762.50
BRIGADE 188270 18888 182.65
AHLUCONT 46138 5410 325.05
KIRLOSENG 29681 4161 228.20

BSE closes with a gain of 196 points

upcureve600

Mumbai: The stock market closed in the last hours with a buoyant buoyancy. At the end of the trading, the Sensex climbed 196 points to close at 36520 level. The Nifty also closed 78 points higher at 11015 level. Due to the softening of crude during business, the shares of the oil marketing companies are increasing. At the same time, most of the shares in bank stocks have been seen.

The Nifty Bank Index is up 328 points. At the same time, PSU bank index rose 3.8%. SBI has 2.92 and PNB is up 6.57 percent. The stock market was open in the morning due to mixed business in Asian markets. With the news of the government being invested in 6 banks, including PNB, the PSUB index was up 3.8% in the index.

It is being reported that in these banks, 8000 crores rupees will be pumped. These include PNB’s name. During the turnover, all the bank stocks included in the PSU bank index were trading on the Nifty. In Union Bank 8%, PNB has more than 6% and SBI has 2.92%. During the business, there is an increase of 8 percent in the form of Federal Bank, Hathway, Union Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, Canara Bank, Hindustan Petroleum, BPCL, GAIL, IOC, Tata Motors, Religare, R-Com, JP Associates and IB Venture. At the same time, NTPC, Hindalco, Eicher Motors, IndusInd Bank, HUL, Quality, Wakranagi, Avanti Feeds and Prestige are falling by 4%.

During the trading, 10 out of 11 indexes on the Nifty were closed in green mark. PSU Bank Index was up 3.8%, Private Bank Index was 1.07%, Bank Nifty 1.17%, Auto Index 1.25%, Metal Index 2.11% and Realty Index was up 1.03%. The FMCG index has shown a slight pressure. Other indices have also closed with the edge.

Higher Delivery Quantity (17/07/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
SICAL 329425 2823 169.70
LALPATHLAB 310279 20036 911.25
SANOFI 58894 5836 5511.45
JTEKTINDIA 375207 38022 98.45
MUTHOOTFIN 1215321 131164 388.00
ANSALAPI 287008 31744 14.85
NH 85120 10135 252.30
DCBBANK 2618263 342081 161.75
GOCLCORP 6246 886 367.30
CCL 184137 26588 271.20

Higher Delivery Quantity (13/07/2018)

SingleDataSeriesExample_01
NAME DELV QTY AVG QTY CLOSE
COFFEEDAY 1924357 53758 268.40
VESUVIUS 3699 190 1290.60
RADIOCITY 86306 6895 307.45
TECHNO 107768 12539 257.00
PFIZER 59614 8239 2574.15
PERSISTENT 641067 89378 844.15
CENTRALBANK 2923673 418626 68.05
CASTROLIND 2401747 373121 160.80
PRECAM 56036 8932 85.95
MARICO 3285711 564956 350.90

Sensex closes 17 points down

Sensex ends down

Mumbai: On the last day of the week, there was a lot of fluctuations in the market. Sensex and Nifty closed flat Sensex in today’s business managed to reach record high of 36,740 at the highest level. The Nifty knocked at 11,071.35. The BSE 30-share index Sensex fell by 7 points to close at 36,542 level. On the other hand, NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed 4 points at 11,019 level.

Media, FMCG, Pharma, Metal, PSU Bank, Realty, Capital Goods and Power shares have seen pressure. Bank Nifty closed down 0.3 percent to close at 26,940. The mid-caps and smallcap stocks have been beaten strongly. BSE’s mid-cap index has closed down by 0.8 percent. Nifty’s mid-caps 100 Index has declined 1.1 percent. The BSE’s smallcap index has fallen by 1.4 percent and closed.

Among the giants, G. Entertainment, Bharti Infratel, ULL, ONGC, Axis Bank, ITC, SBI and ICICI Bank were down by 4.7-1.6 per cent. However, Titan, BPCL, Bajaj Finance, Infosys, Reliance Industries, Bajaj Auto, Asian Paints and Coal India have climbed up to 3.7-1 per cent in giants.

Jindal Steel, Home Finance, Indian Bank, Bank of India and Canara Bank have closed down by 5.8-3.9 per cent in mid-cap stocks. However, Adani Enterprises, Amphassis, Shriram Transport, Alchem Lab and IDBI Bank are up and running in mid-cap stocks for 6-1.8 per cent.

In smallcap stocks, PVR, TGB bankquets, NCC, GNFC and Karnataka Bank have broken down to 13.1-8 per cent. However, RS Software, Arihant Super, Gabriel India, Sonata and HOEC in smallcap stocks have been strengthened by 19.9-5.3 per cent.

-->