END OF THE DAY REPORT (29 April 2015):
Market dips ahead of April F&O expiry; Nifty ends below 8250 mark:
After bouncing back in the previous session, markets once again slipped in the negative zone, selling pressure occurs by foreign funds amid worries surrounding retrospective taxation with index heavyweights HDFC and ITC leading the decline. Nifty ends below 8250 at 8239 while Sensex tanks 170 points to ends at 27225.
HEADLINES FOR THE DAY:
- Telecom provider, Bharti Airtel, Idea, dips despite of good Q4 numbers.
- WockPharma dips after recalling drugs in US.
- Sugar stocks were in limelight today as government raises import tax to 40% from 25%.
- Punj Lloyd and Bharat Forge moved higher in race for government contract-report worth Rs 2.7 billion dollar.
- Shares of Crisil gains on buyback
KEY STOCKS FOR THE DAY:
- Vadilal Industries hits fresh high on NSE on expectations of better of good Quarterly results due to lower raw material prices.
- Alembic Pharma, Torrent Pharma moved higher after US Food and Drug Administration gives aaproval for the first generic versions of Abilify.
- Kalpataru Power moved higher on positive news that company wins new order worth Rs 765 crore.
- Mothersumi gains a much as wins new order from Daimler.
- Shares of ICICI Bank gains as much as after declares embedded value of insurance business.
- Adani Ports moved higher after rating agency i.e. Goldman Sachs upgraded stock rating to buy from neutral.
- Tata Steel dips today on media reports that British steel unions have given a legal notice to its Tata Steel UK plant for intention to start balloting members for industrial action.
- KPIT Tech today locked with lower circuit of 20 percent in an early morning trades after reported weak Q4 results.
- Snowman Logistics gains after reported 144 percent rise in Q4 net profit.
- Axis Bank Q4 net profit up by 18.3 % stood at Rs 2180 crore, while NII rises by 20 % this quarter, NPA improved.
- TVS Motor reported robust Q4 numbers as net profit up by 74 percent which stood at Rs 90.5 crore.
- DHFL Q4 up by 14.8 percent stood at Rs 162.28 crore. Stock gains.
- HDFC moved higher as reported standalone profit rise by 8 percent to Rs 1862.4 crore.
- Tata Elsxi reported total income/net profit for this quarter stood at Rs 231.28 crore.
- Ambuja Cement today reported weak Q1 numbers, net profit dips by 38.9 percent at Rs 317.69 crore.
- Shares of GATI dips after told that net profit for the March quarter declined by 6.6 % which stood at Rs. 11.34 crore v/s Rs. 12.14 crore on yearly basis.
- SSLT reported standalone March quarter net profit at Rs 574 crore. Company reported profit of Rs 5737.90 million quarterly wise while loss of Rs 3261.10 million yearly wise.
- Federal Bank gains in last trading hours after told that companies net profit stood at Rs 281 crore for this quarter.
SOME STOCKS FOR NEXT TRADING SESSION:
- Vadilal Industries gains on the good quarterly results, further more upward moment could be seen. Buy above 510 its next resistance is seen around 519 while support 477-475.
- Mothersumi gains as bagged new order, more buying could be seen on this report. Buy above 487.60 its next resistance seen around 498 while support 470.
- European dips as investors remained cautious ahead the Fed Reserve’s policy statement due later in the day as well as despite hopes for a breakthrough on Greece’s debt negotiations lent support to equity markets.
- Australia shares dips led by Healthcare, Financials and IT stocks.
NEWS TO WATCH OUT:
- Watch out for the Quarterly numbers of Astra Microwave, Atul, Axis Bank, Exide Ind, Godrej Prop, IDFC, Oberoi Realty, Shriram Transport and Exide Inds on Thursday i.e. on 30th April 2015.
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Futures trading are different kind of trading business that provides you huge benefits if you have good trading tips like as Stock Tips or index trading tips such as Nifty Tips, Commodity Tips. These propose the finest opportunity for earning money and real wealth. The most important thing is you can process it in your own home as well as ongoing to perform anything as you like.
The futures agreement is a consistent, forward agreement, which is a contract between two parties; one for buying and another for selling a stock at a pre-decided future position at a specified time in the future agreement. A futures contract with option trading is extremely standardized agreement, you should use expert tips in future agreement, and in this contract, many key features are necessary for understanding, which are shown below.
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