Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price ** 20/6/2012 530027 Aadi Inds MANSI RUSHABH SHAH B 50000 8.52 20/6/2012 503675 Agarwal Hold AASHISH DEVELOPER B 337500 63.80 20/6/2012 533163 Arss Infra Proj IFCI LTD. S 396203 40.34 20/6/2012 506027 Bhoruka Alum MANAV NARESHBHAI PATEL B 338331 1.79 20/6/2012 506027 Bhoruka Alum MANAV NARESHBHAI PATEL S 338331 1.94 20/6/2012 531270 Dazzel Conf SHOBHANA NARENDRAKUMAR SHAH B 800000 1.95 20/6/2012 531270 Dazzel Conf SARWANKUMAR DEVIDUTT SARAF B 1500000 1.95 20/6/2012 531270 Dazzel Conf NARESHKUMAR KISHANLAL SARAF B 1500000 1.95
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks 20-JUN-2012,EDUCOMP,Educomp Solutions Limited,ASHOKA FLOWERING TREE MAURITIUS,BUY,785000,146.20,- 20-JUN-2012,EDUCOMP,Educomp Solutions Limited,GENUINE STOCK BROKERS PVT LTD,BUY,812655,150.33,- 20-JUN-2012,KFA,Kingfisher Airlines Ltd.,TRANSGLOBAL SECURITIES LTD.,BUY,3611887,13.73,- 20-JUN-2012,SHOPERSTOP,Shoppers Stop Limited,RELIANCE CAPITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT LIMITED A/C REGULAR SAVING,BUY,1000000,295.00,-
The Indian markets closed today's volatile session on a flat note. The Sensex inched 37 points higher and the Nifty rose 17 points. Major Headlines: Educomp Solutions surges after fund raising Airline stks fly on lower ATF tax hopes FDI in India slips 41% to $1.8 bn in April Indian FIs outlook revised to negative by Fitch
Turnover declines Nifty June 2012 futures were at 5129.90, at a premium of 9.35 points over spot closing of 5120.55. Turnover on NSE's futures & options (F&O) segment declined to Rs 118567.04 crore from Rs 152482.69 crore on Tuesday, 19 June 2012. State Bank of India (SBI) June 2012 futures were at 2115.05, at a discount compared to spot closing of 2124.75. Tata Motors June 2012 futures were at 245.55, near spot closing of 245.40. L&T June 2012 futures were at 1349, near spot closing of 1347.15 In the cash market, the S&P CNX Nifty advanced 16.70 points or 0.33% to settle at 5,120.55, its highest closing level since 15 June 2012. The June 2012 derivatives contracts expire on 28 June 2012.
Key benchmark indices edged higher for the second straight trading session as world stocks rose on the back of upbeat US housing data and on prospects of more monetary easing by the Federal Reserve. US is the world's biggest economy. The barometer index, BSE Sensex, advanced 36.83 points or 0.22%, off close to 65 points from day's high and up about 55 points from the day's low. The market breadth was positive. BSE Small-Cap and Mid-Cap indices outperformed the Sensex. From a recent low of 16,705.83 on 18 June 2012, the Sensex has risen 190.80 points or 1.14% in two trading sessions. The Sensex has risen 678.10 points or 4.18% so far in this month (till 20 June 2012). The barometer index has gained 1,441.71 points or 9.32% in calendar 2012 so far (till 20 June 2012). From a 52-week low of 15,135.86 on 20 December 2011, the Sensex has risen 1,760.77 points or 11.63%. From a 52-week high of 19,131.70 on 8 July 2011, the Sensex has lost 2,235.07 points or 11.68%.
The market is likely to open higher as Asian stocks rose on hopes that the Federal Reserve will agree to extend stimulus measures to support growth in the US economy. Trading of S&P CNX Nifty futures on the Singapore stock exchange indicates a gain of 10.50 points at the opening bell. Key benchmark indices surged in choppy trade on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 as European stocks rose after better-than-expected results for a Spanish debt auction and on rumours that the European Central Bank would prop up Spanish government bonds, after yields on 10-year Spanish government bonds closed above 7% on Monday, 18 June 2012. The BSE Sensex jumped 153.97 points or 0.92% to settle at 16,859.80, its highest closing level since 15 June 2012. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold shares worth a net Rs 93.30 crore on Tuesday, 19 June 2012, as per provisional figures. Earlier, FIIs bought shares worth a net Rs 2693.50 crore from secondary equity markets during 9 trading sessions from 6 June to 18 June 2012, as per data from Securities & Exchange Board of India (Sebi).
The world’s leading markets galloped on increasing speculation about some sort of easing from the FOMC and other central banks. Life... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations - DeVos. Well, Indian stocks had been rising in the run-up to the RBI policy on hope of monetary easing in order to support growth. Now, world markets are upbeat about more stimulus coming their way from the Federal Reserve later on Wednesday. Investors are also betting on monetary easing from ECB, Bank of England, Bank of Japan and even China’s central bank. It is anybody’s guess which of the central banks will blink first, if at all they will. One problem with keeping high expectations is the risk of some of them not being met. So, while the global economic conditions do merit urgent policy action, it ought to come from the fiscal side and not from the monetary side.
The Indian markets are set to begin trade on a positive note led by positive global cues. SGX is Nifty trading 15 points higher. Events for the day: Ex-date for dividend of NIIT, NIIT Technologies, South Indian Bank and TTK Prestige. Headlines for the day: CCD's Siddhartha raises stake in MindTree to 21.78%. HPCL stops fuel supply to KFA, resumes after payments. Vodafone cuts 3G rates by up to 80%. AI executive pilots want management to end strike. FDI declines 41% to $1.8 bn in April.