Live Stock Market Updates: In-Demand Metals, Real Estate and Pharmaceuticals; YES The bank jumps by 5%; 5% CDSL tanks; India VIX thumbs up

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National equity benchmarks started Monday’s session on a low note amid selling pressure on financials. Divi’s Lab was Nifty50’s best winner in early deals, up almost 1%. Other top performing companies were Cipla, Tata Consumer, Infosys and Tech Mahindra. On the other hand, ICICI Bank was the most lagging behind, down nearly 2 percent. UPL, SBI, Tata Motors and Axis Bank were among the other losers. Zomato shares which were listed on Friday gained 4% at the start of trading.

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Alkyl Amines and Balaji Amines gain more than 10% each

Sensex and Nifty Recover Losses with Support from IT and Private Banks

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We expect IT, Metals, Real Estate and Infra, Consumer Discretionary to outperform relatively. BFSI is preparing to present an attractive risk / reward proposition. Our favorite large cap picks are SBI, Wipro, Tata Steel while in mid caps we like Sonata Software, Bajaj Electricals, Indo Count Industries, JK Lakshmi Cement.

– Dharmesh Shah, Technical Manager, ICICI Securities

DB Corp makes 10% after IT department raids

Shares of DB Corp fell as much as 10% in early trades Monday after the income tax department raided the company’s offices last week.

YES Bank jumps 5% after first quarter report

The 355% rise in its June quarter net profit to Rs 207 crore – the highest quarterly profit since December 2018 – pushed its shares up 5% in early trading on Monday. A 26.5% year-over-year drop in lender’s net interest income and higher slippages in the retail and SME segments disappointed analysts, who said the decline in corporate portfolio slippages was mainly due to the higher share of restructured loans.

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First Quarter Results Today

Kotak Mahindra Bank, Larsen & Toubro, Axis Bank, Tata Motors, SBI Life Insurance, Vedanta, DLF, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, Coromandel International, Navin Fluorin, M&M Financial Services and Alembic Pharmaceuticals are among the companies that will report their quarterly results today.

Hang Sang index drops 3% following regulatory crackdown on educational companies

Asian stocks at 7-month low

Asian stocks slipped to their lowest level in seven months on Monday as regulatory concerns rocked Chinese stocks and US corporate earnings sucked emerging market funds onto Wall Street. Chinese blue chips fell 2.4% to their lowest level in 10 weeks as the education and real estate sectors were routed by concerns over tighter government rules. This caused the MSCI Asia-Pacific Equity Index outside Japan to fall 1.4%, its lowest level since early January. Japan’s Nikkei rebounded 1.4%, but it was a seven-month low.

Top winners and losers in a larger market

Caplin Point, PVR, Alkyl Amines, Jindal Steel, Gujarat State Petronet and Dalmia Bharat were the winners in the wider market, while Vodafone Idea, Apollo Tires, GMR Infra, CDSL, Tanla Platforms and Happiest Minds were under selling pressure. .

Nifty’s best winners and losers

Divi’s Lab is the best winner of Nifty50 in the first transactions. Cipla, Tata Consumer, Infosys and Tech Mahindra among others among the most successful. In contrast, ICICI Bank, UPL, SBI, Tata Motors and Axis Bank are among the losers.

India VIX fear gauge index up 5%

Zomato continues to be in demand; stock up to 4%

The performance of Sensex socks

Opening bell: Sensex loses 150 points, Nifty goes below 15,800; Zomato jumps 4%, Symphony 4%

Pre-open session: Sensex wins 140 points, Nifty exceeds 15,900

First Quarter Results Today

Five companies Nifty50 Kotak Mahindra Bank, Larsen & Toubro, Axis Bank, Tata Motors and SBI Life Insurance will report their June quarter results today. SBI Life Insurance, Vedanta, DLF, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, Coromandel International, Navin Fluorin, M&M Financial Services and Alembic Pharmaceuticals are said to be other companies that will report quarterly results today.

SGX Nifty signals negative start

Shrewd futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded 102 points, or 0.64%, down to 15,752, signaling that Dalal Street was heading for a negative start on Monday.

Tech View: Nifty bulls undecided at the top

On Friday, Nifty50 closed where it opened, creating a Doji Cross candle on the daily chart. The chart pattern suggested indecision among traders at the immediate resistance level of 15,900. Nifty50’s struggle with the 15,900 level was clearly reflected in Friday’s intraday high of 15,899.80! A exceedance of 15,900 would be a test for Nifty50 bulls, analysts said.

Dollar hits near multi-month highs as Fed focuses on meeting

The US dollar hovered near its highest level since early April against the euro on Monday, as financial markets waited for the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting this week for clues on the timing of the move. the reduction of the stimulus. The Dollar Index, which measures the currency against six major peers, stood at 92.920 at the start of the week, from a 3.5-month high of 93.194 last week.

Chinese stocks fall at the start of trading

The Shanghai benchmark composite index lost 0.35%, or 12.38 points, to 3,538.01. The Shenzhen Composite Index on China’s Second Stock Exchange slipped 0.30%, or 7.35 points, to 2,460.79.

Hong Kong stocks open sharply lower

Hong Kong stocks started with large losses on Monday morning as tech companies took another hit from China’s crackdown on the industry, with Tencent among the biggest losers after mainland officials said he had to give up his exclusive rights as a music label by invoking anti-monopoly laws. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.82%, or 496.25 points, to 26,825.73.

Tokyo stocks open higher on US rallies

Tokyo shares opened higher on Monday as investors cheered rallies on Wall Street, overcoming fears about the spread of the Delta coronavirus strain. The benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 1.66%, or 457.47 points, to 28,005.47 at the start of the session. The larger Topix index gained 1.62% or 30.81 points to 1,935.22.

US Equities Friday

Wall Street gained ground for the fourth consecutive session on Friday, extending a rally that pushed the three major US stock indexes to record closing highs as bullish earnings and signs of economic recovery fueled risk appetite investors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 238.2 points, or 0.68%, to 35,061.55, the S&P 500 gained 44.31 points, or 1.01%, to 4,411.79 and the Nasdaq Composite added 152.39 points, or 1.04%, to 14,836.99.

REITs To Pull Rs 5,689 Cr From Indian Stocks So Far In July

Foreign portfolio investors (REITs) offloaded Indian stocks to the tune of over Rs 5,689 crore in July as they continued to take a cautious stance given various domestic and global factors. From July 1 to 23, REITs withdrew Rs 5,689.23 crore from the shares, according to data from custodians. During this period, they invested Rs 3,190.76 crore in the debt segment.

Rupee cuts initial losses to close 6 paise against the dollar

The rupee reduced its initial losses to close 6 paise at 74.40 against the US dollar on Friday, rising for the third session in a row on weak crude oil prices and gains in domestic stocks. A stronger dollar in overseas markets, however, weighed on rupee sentiment.

Sensex, owl on Friday

The benchmark Sensex stock index rose 139 points on Friday after gains by ICICI Bank, ITC and SBI amid a largely positive trend in global markets. The 30-stock BSE index ended up 138.59 points or 0.26% at 52,975.80, while the broader NSE Nifty index rose 32 points or 0.20% to 15,856. 05. ICICI Bank was the first winner of the Sensex pack, with an increase of over 3 percent, followed by ITC, SBI, HCL Tech, Axis Bank and Bajaj Finserv.

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