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Flat start ahead of long, long weekend

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.

Weak start; kind comments from RBI awaited

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.

Hopes raised higher; flat start

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.

Subdued start; stay strong

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.

F&O expiry; Make in India re-birth

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%.

Mangalyaan enters Mars orbit; market looks for support!

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.

Small swings - be prepared for 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.

Subdued start to the week

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.

Adjustments and readjustments in the market!

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.

Fed steady, markets shaky!

India Infoline News Service  | Mumbai September 18, 2014 08:46 IST

The outlook is a cautious start. Many mid-caps are seeing a sell-off while a select bunch continues to hit new highs. The main indices could be shaky with global indices mixed. The US indices rose marginally. Asian indices are mixed with Japan's Nikkei 225 index was 1% higher and Hong Kong's Hang Seng was lower. South Korea's Kospi and China's Shanghai index were also trading lower.

What correction! A better start today

India Infoline News Service  | Mumbai September 17, 2014 08:34 IST

The market is expected to open on a positive note. Fed Interest Rate Decisions, Bank of England Minutes and Fed's Monetary Policy Statement are awaited by global investors. Investors like to catch on to words and sometimes it doesnt matter who says it. For the day its a prediction that the Fed will use the words considerable time to describe when it may raise rates. Well wait to hear more on that today and tomorrow.

Storm and calm

India Infoline News Service  | Mumbai September 16, 2014 08:46 IST

The outlook is a flat start. Indices could bounce back towards the end if global cues support. The rupee, which fell 33 paise on Monday will be seen closely as the dollar weakened against most major peers. The countrys trade deficit for August fell to $10.84bn versus $12.2bn in July. This is 2.2% up from $10.60bn last year. The April-August trade deficit now stands at $56.15bn.

Lower opening, yet on the road to new highs

India Infoline News Service  | Mumbai September 15, 2014 08:43 IST

The outlook is a lower opening given the subdued sentiment in global markets. The rupee movement and WPI Inflation numbers will be in focus today.

Faith and doubt continue

India Infoline Research Team  | Mumbai September 12, 2014 08:54 IST

The outlook is a flat to weak start. Interest rate sensitives will be in focus ahead of the release of CPI data for August 2014, which is expected to see slight cooling. The industrial production data for the month of July will also be released today and a drop should not be surprising given the higher base effect in July last year. Global markets are undecided. Asian indices are mixed. Japan's Nikkei was up while Hong Kong's Hang Seng was lower.

Indices could gain after flat start

India Infoline Research Team  | Mumbai September 11, 2014 08:58 IST

The outlook is a flat start. Asian shares are lower while the dollar remains on firm ground. The rupee movement will be closely eyed today. US indices clocked some gains with Dow Jones up 0.32%, S&P 500 up 0.36% and Nasdaq adding 0.75%.

Weakness at start!

India Infoline Research Team  | Mumbai September 10, 2014 08:49 IST

Mid-caps and small-caps remain on the buying list and retail money seems to be pouring in through mutual funds too.

New highs, gradual approach needed

India Infoline Research Team  | Mumbai September 09, 2014 08:51 IST

Retail participation appears to be improving with the mutual fund industry seeing ~Rs6,300 crore added in AUM during the month of August.

Flat start; indices could remain cautious

India Infoline Research Team  | Mumbai September 08, 2014 09:14 IST

The outlook is a flat start. Global cues are steady. US indces closed higher on Friday.

Quiet reflections on the Street!

India Infoline Research Team  | Mumbai September 05, 2014 08:53 IST

The outlook is a quiet start as investors will choose to reflect on their portfolios. While the main indices are less likely to see any major correction soon, a tight range in the market could remain for a while.

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