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India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 21, 2014 08:54 IST
The opening is positive start. The Dow Jones rose 0.12% while the S&P 500 added 0.91%. Nasdaq Composite added 1.35%. IBM shares fell 7% after third-quarter earnings fell well short of Wall Street expectations.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 20, 2014 08:49 IST
The indices are set to open with a gap-up after 4 weeks of declines. With no major elections in over a year, the government will be ready to take some tough measures if needed.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 17, 2014 08:45 IST
For the day, things look better with no major sell-off seen in global markets. TCS will be in focus after it announced numbers which were healthy yet not good enough to beat street expectations. HCL Technologies Ltd and Axis Bank results will be in focus.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 16, 2014 09:01 IST
The outlook is a gap-down opening. Like the US market which rebounded sharply, the Indian indices could also see a revival. The exit poll indications of the state elections held on Wednesday indicate the BJP may be comfortable to form the government in Maharashtra and Haryana.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 14, 2014 08:56 IST
The opening could be briefly positive and indices could slip later. Whether it manages to twist and turnaround to positive zone in the course of the day is left to be seen. The Reliance numbers for one will be cheered by the market. Crude sourcing gains boosted RILs GRMs to US$8.3/bbl.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 13, 2014 08:52 IST
The outlook is a weak start. Investors will pay close attention to Reliance Industries, as the company announces results today. We expect RIL to report revenues marginally lower yoy and PAT to increase by around 3% yoy in Q2 FY15. On a sequential basis, while GRMs will fall in line with the global benchmarks, higher throughput and better petrochemical spreads will offset the impact resulting in stable profitability.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 10, 2014 08:55 IST
The sell-off in most global markets will to an extent reduce the burden of expectations on the Infosys counter. Attention will be on what newly appointed Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka has to say.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 09, 2014 08:50 IST
The outlook is a positive start for the day. IT stocks may remain cautious ahead of Infosys results tomorrow. Indian Oil, HPCL and BPCL gained following the steep fall in global crude oil prices.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 08, 2014 08:44 IST
The market may choose to overlook the IMF positive comments for now. FII's selling continues even as investors look forward to the earnings season.
India Infoline Research Team | Mumbai October 07, 2014 09:03 IST
FIIs have been offloading positions and domestic funds seem to be seeing positive activity.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai October 01, 2014 09:00 IST
The outlook is a flat start. OMCs could be in action today following the cut in petrol prices and expected drop in diesel prices soon. Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd shares will list today. Infosys said it is extending its relationship with Oracle to enhance support for a range of innovative solutions and services on new technology platforms.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 30, 2014 09:07 IST
The outlook is a weak start. Rate sensitives will remain in focus as the RBI unveils its policy later in the day. Inflation remains a cause of worry for the RBI. Though some downward movement has been seen in consumer price inflation recently, it may not impress the RBI to cut rates immediately.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 29, 2014 08:58 IST
The outlook is a flat to negative start. Domestic institutions have upped their buying even as FIIs have resorted to some selling. Technically, the Indian indices may be seeing lower tops and lower bottoms for the last couple of weeks but in a bull market these patterns may be temporary. The sentiment could change later in the day even as the focus shifts on what the RBI will do tomorrow.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 26, 2014 09:00 IST
The global cues remain subdued and we are in for a weak start. Media attention will be on Prime Minister Narendra Modis US visit. Before leaving he made a big launched the government's Make In India campaign, saying that the country offers an unbeatable 3D advantage-democracy, demography, demand.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 25, 2014 08:59 IST
The opening is set to be positive with global cues lending support. Asian stocks are also up. Nikkei 225 and Shanghai index were up 1%, while Hang Seng index was flat. US indices closed higher with S&P gaining the most in a month. Dow gained almost a percent while S&P 500 was up 0.8%. Nasdaq gained 1.03%.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 24, 2014 08:51 IST
While the scientists are firing on all cylinders, the market which till recently was set to enter a new orbit suddenly seems to have lost fuel. A correction was always on the cards. The F&O expiry and weak global cues added to the choppiness.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 23, 2014 08:43 IST
The outlook is a flat opening. The indices will look at consolidating before some choppiness sets in. The market may be getting lackluster, but individual companies remain in prominence. IIFL today has organised a corporate day where 10 companies including 5 which are on our high conviction buy list will meet some of you. IIFL, along with Institutional Investor, is hosting the 10th Annual India Investment Forum in New York on 24-25 September, 2014 at The Pierre Hotel, New York.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 22, 2014 08:41 IST
The outlook is a flat start. Trend in investment activity of FIIs and movement in global markets will determine the near term trend on the domestic bourses. Suven Life Sciences will be in focus as its board meets today to consider fund-raising plans.
India Infoline News Service | Mumbai September 19, 2014 09:22 IST
The equity markets are breathing easy even as Britain awaits with bated breath the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum that could its union with England. Pro-UK No campaign seems to be louder. For the equity market, its Yes to positive sentiment even as Indian indices could swing on FTSE readjustments.
India Infoline News Service / 08:59, Sep 15, 2014
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