Thursday, December 18, 2008

>Anagram's Eveninger & Bulk Deals 18/12/2008

Market cheered better than expected inflation numbers and surged nearly 3.5% in today's trade, the highest rise among all the Asian markets. Both Sensex and Nifty closed above key psychological levels of 10000 and 3000 respectively. Sensex closed at 10076, gaining 361 points, while Nifty put on 106 points to close at 3060. Inflation for the week ended December 6 came in at 6.84% as against 8% for the previous week and Bloomberg expectation of 7.49%. Chances of Rate cut have increased after such a sharp fall in inflation. Rupee touched 46.90 against the dollar and was headed for the highest close after 1st October 2008.
All the BSE sectoral indices closed in green. Realty index and Bankex were the top gainers, up 7.3% and 7.1% respectively. DLF and JP Associate were the top gainers among the sensex stocks, surging 9.6% and 9.4% respectively. Grasim and Sterlite were the only losers among sensex stocks, down 0.3% and 0.1%. BSE advance-decline ratio stood at 1.5:1.

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Anagram's Eveninger & Bulk Deals 18/12/2008

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> Anagram's Eveninger & Bulk Deals 17/12/2008

After opening higher, indices retreated sharply and closed deep in the red, under performing all the Asian markets. Sensex fell by 261 points to close at 9715, while Nifty shut shop at 2954, down 87 points. Satyam plunged 30% as investors took a negative view on the company's decision of acquiring 51% in Maytas Infra and then calling it off due to strong investor reaction and resultant plunge in it's ADR yesterday. U.S. stock futures were trading down by nearly 1.5%.
All the BSE sectoral indices finished in red. Realty and Teck indices were down the most, falling 7.4% and 5% respectively. ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank were the top gainers among the sensex stocks, up 2.4% and 1.8% respectively, while Satyam Computer was the top loser, plunging 30.2%, followed by Reliance Infra, which tumbled 13.7%. BSE advance-decline ratio stood at 1:1.6.

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