Based on the open interest future percentage, there were 58 stocks including Intellect Design Arena, Vedanta, Nippon Life India, HDFC Life Insurance Company, and Escorts, in which long unwinding was seen.
In the IPO last year, Singapore VII Topco III had offloaded half of its shareholding in Sona BLW for Rs 5,250 crore. As of June 2022, Singapore VII Topco III PTE holds around 34.12 percent stake in Sona BLW.
The Nifty50 can be able to cross its previous swing high of 18,114 (April 2022) only if it sustains above 17,833 (Wednesday's low) in coming sessions and then the next resistance would be 18,350 and 18,604 levels, experts said.
There's no reason to doubt that India will give a 15 percent compounded return, and a $5,000 per capita at the end of a decade from today
Hikal share price clocked 9.2 percent gains at Rs 322.35, continuing uptrend for fourth straight day, and formed strong bullish candlestick pattern on the daily charts for second consecutive session. In fact, it has broken long down sloping resistance trend line adjoining September 16, 2021 and May 6, 2022.
Based on the open interest future percentage, a short-covering was seen in 73 stocks including JK Cement, ICICI Lombard General Insurance, Muthoot Finance, Eicher Motors, and Coforge
If the Nifty manages to defend the day's low of 17,833 in the coming session, it can move towards 18,114, experts said
India’s logistics cost as a percentage of GDP at 14 percent is higher than the BRICS average of 11 percent. The sector is poised for a change, driven by tech solutions and policy reforms.
HDFC AMC surged 11.5 percent to Rs 2,181, the highest closing since April 18, and formed large bullish candlestick pattern which resembles Bullish Engulfing kind of pattern formation on the daily charts with robust volumes. The stock has strongly broken out four-month long downward sloping resistance trendline adjoining April 4 and August 3.
Based on the open interest future percentage, a short-covering was seen in 93 stocks including Honeywell Automation, Escorts, Tata Chemicals, Polycab India, and HDFC AMC
It will be prudent to retain a neutral stance on the market till the index takes a dip or consolidates for a couple of sessions, says Mazhar Mohammad of Chartviewindia
Public sector banks are in investors’ focus with continuous improvement in asset quality and pick-up in advances.
Technically, since its listing, PB Fintech remained in a gradual decline, however, in the last few months the pace of the fall flatten, which is resulting in a positive divergence. It is an indication of the change in the prevailing trend.
Newgen Software Technologies rallied 11 percent to Rs 411.15, the highest closing level since May 10 and formed robust bullish candle with strong volumes on the daily charts, while breaking the long downward sloping resistance trendline adjoining January 18, May 4 and July 20 this year.
Based on the open interest future percentage, there were 57 stocks including Power Finance Corporation, India Cements, Tata Chemicals, Gujarat State Petronet, and Muthoot Finance, in which a long build-up was seen.
Once the dust settles, markets are expected to hit new highs, as many of the signals are positive
Since the last Independence Day, the market has seen only 13 multibagger stocks in the BSE50 index, which was much less compared to 181 count in previous year, largely due to correction and volatility in the markets
Overall, the positive sentiment is expected to continue with focus on global cues, though given the consistent rally in past several weeks the consolidation can't ruled out, experts said
Foreign institutional investors continued with their buying spree, picking up equities worth Rs 7,850.12 crore, while domestic institutional investors sold equities of Rs 2,478.19 crore
The Indian rupee ended lower against the US dollar. The domestic currency fell 41 paise to end at 79.65 per dollar on August 12 against its August 5 closing of 79.24.
As long as the index holds the previous bullish gap zone of 17,566-17,632, the uptrend is expected to continue till 17,800-17,900-18,000, experts said.
Mukherjea feels that the Indian economy is recovering nicely and the cost of credit in India continues to remain very low. Though the global economic conditions were a little choppy six months ago, but they're becoming fairly benign again.
Indraprastha Gas climbed 7.5 percent to Rs 408.1, the highest closing level since January 21 and formed large bullish candle on the daily charts with strong volumes for third consecutive session, following high wave kind of candle formation.
As per the pivot charts, the key support level for the Nifty is placed at 17,621, followed by 17,583. If the index moves up, the key resistance levels to watch out for are 17,708 and 17,757.
The Nifty50 opened higher at 17,712 and hit a day's high of 17,719, but overall the index remained in a tight range on the higher side, before closing with 124 points gains at 17,659.