Monday, October 31, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
31/10/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ A K G SECURITIES AND CONSULTANCY LTD B 30897 787.05
31/10/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ CHANDARANA INTERMEDIARIES BROKERS PRIVATE LIMITED B 15304 790.47
31/10/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ CHANDARANA INTERMEDIARIES BROKERS PRIVATE LIMITED S 15304 791.17
31/10/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ A K G SECURITIES AND CONSULTANCY LTD S 30897 787.11
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
31-OCT-2011,AMRUTANJAN,Amrutajan Health Ltd,RAHUL DOSHI,BUY,24982,790.80,-
31-OCT-2011,ECEIND,ECE Industries Limited,ECE INDUSTRIES LTD,BUY,300150,139.77,-
31-OCT-2011,GITANJALI,Gitanjali Gems Limited,DAVE HARIHAR KIRITBHAI,BUY,526746,348.27,-
31-OCT-2011,ONELIFECAP,Onelife Cap Advisors Ltd,AARAV FINANCIAL SERVICES PVT.LTD,BUY,169215,226.73,-
Investors turned cautious today and booked profits owing to strong rally last week. The Sensex slid 100 points and the Nifty fell 34 points.
HUL hits 52-week high after good Q2 numbers
BPCL Q2 net loss at Rs3229.27 crore
Dabur Q2 net profit up by 10%
ICICI Bank Q2 net profit rises 22%
Maruti Suzuki declines after Q2 net profit decreases by 60%
Wipro Q2 consolidated net profit marginally up
Asia-Pacific markets closed lower on Monday, October 31, 2011, with the Thomson Reuter Asia-Pacific index dropped 1.86% at 160.11 while the MSCI Asia index (excluding Japan) declined 1.02% at 497.91, as investors elected to cash in some profit after impressive rally prior week.
Asian pacific markets had risen sharply last week with the MSCI Asia Pacific index accumulated weekly gains of 7.5% on positive development in EU debt crunch solutions.
Key benchmark indices snapped a four-day winning streak on weak global stocks as the initial euphoria surrounding last week's plan to contain the euro-zone debt crisis faded. The barometer index BSE Sensex shed 99.79 points or 0.56%, up close to 35 points from the day's low and off close to 110 points from the day's high. Interest rate sensitive banking stocks extended recent gains triggered by RBI hinting of a pause in interest rate hikes after raising its key policy rate by 25 basis points at a policy review last week. But, ICICI Bank fell on profit taking after reporting strong Q2 results. The market breadth was positive. Small-cap and mid-cap indices on BSE rose.
Trading of S&P CNX Nifty futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates a gain of 4 points at the opening bell. Asian stocks were mostly lower.
Maruti Suzuki India announced on Saturday, 29 October 2011 that net profit fell 59.8% to Rs 240.44 crore on 14.36% fall in total income to Rs 7949.36 crore in Q2 September 2011 over Q2 September 2010. The board of directors of the company granted approval to purchase land in district Mehsana, Gujarat for the future expansion of manufacturing facilities.
NIIT Technologies will invest up to Rs1.75bn for the second phase of expansion of its campus in Greater Noida which will begin in January next year. (ET)
NMDC is likely to put a bid for acquiring 100% stake in Vincy Coal, which is estimated to have coking coal reserves of 70-100 million tonne. (ET)
Bengal may clear JSW Steel's Salboni project very soon. (BL)
After taking a breather of sorts in the previous week, the Indian markets bounced back with a vengeance as the NSE Nifty and the BSE Sensex surged higher by over 6% each during the week. The NSE Nifty ended above the 5350 mark while the BSE Sensex closed above the 17800 mark. The BSE Metals, Realty, Auto and IT stocks were among the major gainers.
The RBI raised its key lending rate by another quarter percentage point as it continues its fight against stubborn inflation while equally being concerned about slowdown in the Indian economy. The central bank hiked the repurchase rate, or repo rate by 25 bps to 8.50%. The reverse repo rate now stands at 7.50%.
The RBI decided to deregulate the savings bank deposit interest rate with immediate effect. The BSE Banking index rose 2.5% during the week.
Finally, BSE Sensex ended at 17,805 and NSE Nifty ended at 5,360 up 6.1% each for the week.
This is not the finish line. This is just the intermediate pit stop. ~ Tom Duxbury.
Just before the first Indian grand prix, the markets had the exhilarating experience of revving engines and screeching tyres as the Nifty raced ahead close to the 5400 mark. Now, it looks like the world stocks are taking a breather. US equity benchmarks had a flat finish on Friday while their European counterparts ended mixed. Italian shares slid after a tepid auction pushed yields on Italian 10-year bonds back above 6%.