In the truncated week ended March 17, Indian markets gained four percent on declining crude oil price and foreign institutional investors (FIIs) turning net buyers after 10 weeks
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After showing up-move from the lows recently, the Nifty struggled to sustain the gains on September 14 and closed the day lower by 24 points amid high volatility.
August witnessed some recovery in sales sequentially although on a year-on-year (YoY) basis all categories, except tractors, reported de-growth.
Media reports suggest most companies have resumed normal operations from June and witnessed the benefit of pent-up demand. Rural growth has been ahead of urban, and this trend is likely to sustain in FY21.
As per a report by brokerage firm Elara Capital, the paints industry may shrink in FY21, as smaller companies will find it difficult to operate and sell under COVID-19 safety protocols.
A trend of healthy correction has been observed of late. After the rally of a few sessions, the market tends to witness some profit-booking to keep the bulls calm.
Even though a sharp uptick is not expected across the segments, brokerages highlight that some positive momentum was seen in demand during August.
Financials rallied after the Federal Reserve's dovish message on the future path of interest rates which meant that interest rates will stay ultra-low for as long as needed to support the economy.
While it is almost certain that the economy degrew in the June quarter, the question is to what extent? The government data on August 31 will lift the curtain from it.
Tracking muted global cues, markets failed to hold on to gains and closed flat but with a positive bias. The market was also nervous ahead of the Jackson Hole meeting.
While the market has rallied smartly, the rally has been highly concentrated with the top 15 stocks contributing over 70 percent of the returns.
As per a report by ICICI Securities, FPI equity inflows in August 2020 so far stand at nearly $6 billion, which is close to the highest monthly number in history.
Indian economy is a consumption-driven economy and resumption of purchase of houses will rekindle the real estate.
A social media poll conducted by Moneycontrol showed that as many as 65 percent of the total respondents on Twitter said they will invest in the US equities.
The brokerage, however, added that the sector will be under pressure for another 12-15 months and well-capitalised organised players will gain the most when normalcy returns.
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Despite the signs of deep stress in the economy, the equity market has been going higher since April. As the rally has been mostly liquidity-driven, FIIs repositioned their bets on stocks and sectors based on their outlook.
Experts are of the view that the PM's push for manufacturing is going to be a gamechanger for the country in the coming years.
The FII-DII ownership ratio in the Nifty500 was at 1.4 times in Q1FY21, unchanged from the previous quarter, and was down from 2.1 times in June 2015
In such trying times, investing in the market requires a lot of experience and knowledge to understand the trend.
India's stock market remains one of the most promising emerging markets of the world with tremendous growth potential as several structural reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi-led government assures that tomorrow belongs to India.