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Pent-up demand continues to propel auto stocks, while rising interest rates auger well for financials. However, the anticipated global slowdown is spoiling the party for IT and metal companies
Dr Lal PathLabs witnessed an ascending triangle pattern breakout on July 29 which was placed above Rs 2,250 levels in the daily time frame. After breakout, prices are showing a gradual upside movement in a small steep formation.
Consensus earnings estimate for large-cap IT companies have been cut by 3-8 percent for the current financial year and 2-7 percent for the next financial year following the June quarter earnings season
Some of the sector’s biggest companies sounded hopeful of revival in the second half of 2022-23 in their interaction with analysts following their earnings announcements
Experts largely hope the index to remain in a broad range of 15,700-16,400 levels but if it decisively surpasses the upper band of the range, then there could be a possibility of the index moving towards 16,600-16,800 levels in the coming days
The relatively strong growth guidance given by IT companies for 2022-23 have now come under threat, given the apprehension of the US economy slipping into recession later this year
The RSI indicator plotted on the weekly charts is moving upward from oversold region and it is sustaining above 40 mark with the formation of higher low indicating positive momentum of Avanti Feeds.
NOCIL is placed above 20, 50 and 200-day EMAs, which indicate a bullish trend in all time frames. Indicators and oscillators like RSI, DMI and MACD are showing strength in the current up move
Experts expect some consolidation in the key indices and adjustments to continue in individual stocks. For the week ahead, in case of a consolidation, one should focus on stock-specific moves, which will provide excellent trading opportunities, they said.
TCS has offered to buy back up to 40 million shares of the company at a floor price of Rs 4,500 per share.
On the benchmark index front, Nifty has immediate resistance at 16,959 and 17,027 levels. The downside support for the index is placed at 15,834, said Vidnyan Sawant of GEPL Capital
The Nifty IT has fallen more than 11 percent in 2022, as investors turn pessimistic over the sustainability of the sector’s rich valuations amid the possibility of a sharp increase in interest rates at home and abroad
Traders are advised to stay light on positions and even if the market attempts to recover, one should avoid aggressive longs till the time 17,700 is not surpassed, says Sameet Chavan of Angel One.
Reliance retained its position as the biggest wealth creator for the third year in a row, with a 13.6% share of the total wealth created during 2016-21, according to a study by Motilal Oswal
A more-dovish-than-expected monetary policy by the central bank and the easing of Omicron concerns helped the bulls to retain control.
Traders can continue with a stock specific approach. "And we may see trades on both sides if Nifty remains in a consolidation mode," says Sameet Chavan of Angel One.
Vidnyan Sawant of GEPL Capital believes the Nifty will face strong resistance at 17,600 and 18,200 mark. On the flip side, the support levels would be placed at 16,900, 16,720 and 16,450.
Shitij Gandhi of SMC Global Securities expects markets to remain under pressure in upcoming sessions as well and likely to trade on volatile path.
Short-term trend of the Nifty is weak. Therefore, remain cautious till it closes above the 17,300 levels.
Here's what Mehul Kothari of Anand Rathi Shares & Stock Brokers, recommends investors should do with these stocks when the market resumes trading today.
TCS’ revenue growth in constant currency came in at 15.5 percent YoY.
The fear index India VIX also spiked, hence volatility will remain on the higher side during this week as well
The banking index is facing a strong hurdle in the range of 36,200-36,400, above which, the index could continue its journey towards 37,000.
TCS has outperformed the benchmark Sensex. As of June 17 closing, the IT bellwether had gained 16 percent on BSE in 2021 and rallied 62 percent since June 17, 2020. The Sensex has risen 10 percent this year and 56 percent over the last year.
Traders should expect stock-specific action in the upcoming sessions rather than any sharp upside in the benchmark index