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In March, Anupam Rasayan India and Olectra Greentech were amongst the top 10 gainers, whereas Sobha was the second biggest loser.
Based on the OI percentage, 162 stocks were on the short-covering list. These included Deepak Nitrite, Colgate Palmolive, Mphasis, GMR Airports Infrastructure, and IndiaMART InterMESH.
On March 29, the S&P BSE Sensex rose 346.37 points or 0.60% to close at 57,960.09, while the Nifty advanced 129 points or 0.76% to settle at 17,080.70.
With the current optimism and the breaking of lower top formation of the last four days, the index may march towards 17,200-17,250 area. But the sustainability above that level is important, experts said.
Torrent Power shares rallied 5 percent to Rs 511, after downtrend from Rs 550 on March 17 till Rs 487 on March 27. The stock has formed robust bullish candlestick pattern on the daily scale with above average volumes. In a single day rally, it clawed back above 50/100/200-day EMAs.
Based on the OI percentage, 98 stocks, including Firstsource Solutions, Max Financial Services, Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals, Oracle Financial, and Astral, witnessed a long unwinding.
Going forward, 16,800 is expected to remain crucial support and the 17,200-17,250 area is likely to be the key hurdle on the upside, experts said.
Based on the OI percentage, 62 stocks were on the short-covering list. These included Max Financial Services, Whirlpool of India, Voltas, Hindustan Aeronautics and MCX India.
Overall the index has been in a trading range of 16,800-17,200 for almost couple of weeks and within this range, the every dip is getting bought and every rise is seeing profit taking. Hence, unless and until this range gets broken on either side, the index may remain volatile with negative bias, experts said.
The index has been trying to consolidate around the 27,800 -mark for the previous two-three sessions. It looks like it is in the process of bottoming out as the momentum indicator RSI, around 30, is already at oversold levels. It showed a small reversal today
Sameet believes traders can find ample opportunities in the beaten spaces and for investors, this decline would provide opportunity to accumulate quality stocks in a staggered manner.
Great Eastern Shipping Company shares rose nearly 4 percent to Rs 624 and formed long bullish candlestick pattern on the daily timeframe with above average volumes.
For Nifty, the short-term trend continues to be weak. It can slide to 16,800-16,700 during the week, while on the upper side, 17,050 can be a crucial resistance, experts have said
The market is likely to see volatile and rangebound trade in the coming holiday-shortened week with the focus remaining on the global banking system in the absence of key driving factors on the domestic front, experts have said
The Sensex and the Nifty ended the week almost a percent lower. Broader indices underperformed the benchmarks. BSE small, mid and largecap indices declined 1.5 percent, 2 percent and 0.75 percent, respectively, during the week
Investors remained cautious as worries over the health of the banking sector in the US and Europe lingered. Interest rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve and Bank of England added to the turmoil
TPG Growth III SF Pte Limited exited the footwear manufacturing company by selling the entire 2.32 crore equity shares.
Abakkus has bought a total of 2.47 lakh equity shares in a stock which has been in an uptrend since March 2020 barring intermittent correction and consolidation.
The recent low of 16,800 is expected to be crucial. If the Nifty slips below it, it can slide further to 16,500, while 17,200 remains a key hurdle on the upside, experts have said
Respondents cited US shadow banking, US corporate debt, or real estate in developed markets as the most likely causes of any crash.
The SEC's warning is a reminder that investing in cryptocurrencies is a high-risk venture, and investors should exercise caution when considering investing in these assets.
Triveni Turbine shares climbed 4.5 percent to Rs 315 and formed long bullish candle on the daily timeframe with making higher high higher low formation. The stock traded above all key moving averages (9, 21, 50, 100 and 200-day EMA - exponential moving average).
Based on the OI percentage, 79 stocks including Hindustan Aeronautics, Vedanta, Voltas, Alkem Laboratories, and Vodafone Idea, saw a short build-up.
Also on the hourly charts, the Nifty50 has formed Double Top kind of pattern, which is also bearish reversal pattern, suggesting southward move for the index.
Sudarshan Chemical Industries extended its uptrend with above average volumes for third consecutive session, rising nearly 3 percent to Rs 416. The stock has been making higher highs formation for fifth day in a row.