Monday, December 19, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
19/12/2011 533292 A2Z Maint & Engg CREDIT SUISSE (SINGAPORE) LIMITED A/C CREDIT SUISSE (SINGAPO B 689722 95.50
19/12/2011 533292 A2Z Maint & Engg VCM LTD MAURITIUS S 689722 95.50
19/12/2011 511501 Bharat Bhushan Share DHAR MILAN S 20700 9.05
19/12/2011 533469 Birla Pacific Medspa ISE STOCK BROKING SERVICES P LTD B 681500 6.92
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
19-DEC-2011,CENTENKA,Century Enka Ltd,ASHOK C SAMANI,BUY,240412,88.70,-
19-DEC-2011,KBIL,Kirloskar Bros Invest Ltd,SUDARSHAN SECURITIES PVT. LTD.,BUY,193000,699.91,-
19-DEC-2011,NUTEK,Nu Tek India Limited,SUNIL CAPITAL CAPITAL & SECURITIES PVT LTD,BUY,793006,1.40,-
19-DEC-2011,ORCHIDCHEM,Orchid Chemicals Ltd.,CROSSEAS CAPITAL SERVICES PVT. LTD.,BUY,529694,120.65,-
The Indian markets extended fall for the fourth day, with the Sensex closing 112 points lower and the Nifty declining by 39 points
Headlines for the day
Monnet Ispat surges on buyback plan
Orchid Chemicals receives sanction for $100 mn via ECB
Kingfisher grounds 15 planes; banks working with airline
DQE sells broadcasting rights for Chaplin & Co
Nifty December 2011 futures were at 4613.75, near spot closing of 4613.10. Turnover on NSE's futures & options (F&O) segment declined to Rs 136646.71 crore from Rs 182602.40 crore on Friday, 16 December 2011.
State Bank of India (SBI) December 2011 futures were at 1626.85, near spot closing of 1626.
Axis Bank December 2011 futures were at 835.55, at a discount compared to spot closing of 850.65.
Key benchmark indices edged lower for the fourth day in a row as data showing sustained selling by foreign funds over the past few days, ongoing worries about euro-zone sovereign debt crisis and geopolitical worries arising from death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il hurt sentiment adversely. Intraday volatility was high. The barometer index, BSE Sensex, was provisionally down 142.70 points or 0.92%, up 157.91 points from the day's low and off 91.45 points from the day's high. The market breadth was weak.
L&T, Bhel, Sterlite Industries (India), Tata Steel, ICICI Bank, State Bank of India (SBI) and Maruti Suzuki India hit 52-week lows today. Index heavyweight Reliance Industries (RIL) edged higher in volatile trade. FMCG stocks rose on defensive buying in a weak market. Interest rate sensitive auto and banking stocks extended Friday's (16 December 2011) decline as the Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep repo rate unchanged after a policy review on that day disappointed some. Bharti Airtel recouped almost entire losses after a steep initial sell-off.
The start looks weak as worries over the euro zone debt crisis heightened after Fitch Ratings warned of possible downgrades for seven European nations
Headlines for the day
Food Security Bill gets Cabinet nod
2G: Raja acted on Chidambaram's instructions, says Swamy
Kingfisher to get $47m loan from Sahara: Report
FinMin okays FDI proposal in broadcast carriage services
Indices suffer substantial weekly losses as Eurozone's troubles hang over investors' heads
US stocks ended with substantial losses for the week that ended on Friday, 16 December 2011. The first three sessions of the week saw stocks decline. A lack of progress by Europe's leaders in restoring economic and financial conditions in both the core and periphery of the continent often hung over the minds of many traders. Those themes also implicated the euro; it dropped to an 11-month low during the middle of the week before making a modest recovery in the later half of the week.
Prices falter on a weekly basis
Red metal prices ended higher on Friday, 16 December 2011 at Comex. Copper rose on Friday, due to a retreating dollar and firm U.S. economic data, but gains look vulnerable going into next week with Europe's debt crisis and its impact on metals demand still causing concern. A steadier tone in wider markets, and a halt in the slide of the euro against the dollar was lending metals some support on Friday. A softer dollar makes commodities less expensive for holders of other currencies.
Bullions suffer substantial weekly losses though
Precious metals ended higher on Friday, 16 December 2011 at Comex. Prices rose as traders mulled over the fact that recent drop in price for bullions was overdone. Prices also rose as the dollar stayed steady. Despite Friday's gains, bullion registered substantial weekly losses.
Gold for February delivery ended higher by $20.7 or 1.3%, to end at $1,597.9 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange on Friday. For the week, the yellow metal lost 6.8%.
Prices shed close to 6% on a weekly basis
Crude prices ended modestly lower on Friday, 16 December 2011 at Nymex. Prices fell as US stocks pared almost all their gains and ended in a mixed mode at the end with the Dow ending in the red while going into close.
Light and sweet crude for January delivery fell $0.34 (0.4%) to $93.43 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange on Friday. Oil traded as low as $92.52 and as high as $94.79 a barrel during the day. For the week, crude lost 5.9%. For the month of November, oil futures gained 7.7%.
The market is poised for a subdued start mirroring weakness in Asian equities. Trading of S&P CNX Nifty futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates a fall of 38.50 points at the opening bell.
Key benchmark indices extended losses for the third consecutive trading session on Friday, 16 December 2011 to hit their lowest level in more than two years led by a decline in capital goods stocks. The BSE Sensex lost 345.12 points or 2.18% to 15,491.35, its lowest closing level since 3 November 2009.
The Sensex has fallen 632.11 points or 3.92% so far this month. The Sensex has slumped 5,017.14 points or 24.46% in calendar 2011. From a 52-week high of 20,664.80 on 3 January 2011, the Sensex has lost 5,173.45 points or 25.03%.