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Friday, 12 April 2019

closing bell


DAILY NIFTY SMART MOVERS 
SCRIPTS PRICE PRE. CLOSE CHANGE (%) CHANGE (Rs.) VOLUME
BHEL
77.15 74.30 3.84 2.85 4245.60
GAIL India
355.60 342.55 3.81 13.05 201.97
ITC
306.20 296.30 3.34 9.90 4543.40
TVS Motor
498.50 484.00 3.00 14.50 111.54
HDFC Life Insurance
405.10 393.30 3.00 11.80 234.11


DAILY NIFTY TOP LAGGARDS

SCRIPTS PRICE PRE. CLOSE CHANGE (%) CHANGE (Rs.) VOLUME
Edelweiss Financial
178.60 183.65 -2.75 -5.05 106.44
Indiabulls Housing
830.10 845.85 -1.86 -15.75 387.58
Bharti Airtel
341.55 347.50 -1.71 -5.95 299.38
Vodafone Idea
16.05 16.30 -1.53 -0.25 2404.93
Bajaj Finance
3007.10 3048.80 -1.37 -41.70 49.77


BEST CALL OF THE DAY (FINAL TG )


OPTION STRATEGY 

BUY REC LTD CALL 150 FINAL TGT 

CASH INTRADAY 

BUY RAIN IN CASH FINAL TGT 

HNI CASH 

BUY GAIL IN CASH BOOKED 50% 

CPE CASH 

BUY ITC IN CASH BOOKED 50% 

FUTURE INTRADAY 

BUY LUPIN FUT FINAL TGT 




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Thursday, 11 April 2019



BULLION - Bullion counter may witness some lower level buying after the yesterday sharp fall. Gold prices steadied on Friday, having posted their biggest daily decline in two weeks in the previous session after robust U.S. economic data lifted the dollar. The dollar held firm on Friday after strong U.S. labour and inflation data soothed concerns about the world largest economy, while falling oil prices weighed on commodity-linked currencies such as the Canadian and Australian dollars. The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell to a 49-1/2-year low last week, pointing to sustained labor market strength that could temper expectations of a sharp slowdown in economic growth. U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday expressed a willingness to hold a third summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but said in talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in that Washington would leave sanctions in place on Pyongyang.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade higher as oil prices were firm on Friday, supported by ongoing supply cuts led by producer club OPEC and by U.S. sanctions on petroleum exporters Iran and Venezuela. Oil markets have been pushed up by more than a third this year by supply cuts led by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), U.S. sanctions on oil exporters Iran and Venezuela, and escalating fighting in Libya. Production in Venezuela has been plunging as the U.S. sanctions add to a deep economic and political crisis, while the U.S. government is expected to tighten oil sanctions against Iran in May. OPEC and its allies will meet in June to decide whether to continue withholding supply, and while OPEC de-facto leader, Saudi Arabia, is seen to be keen to continue cutting, sources with the group said it may raise output from July if disruptions elsewhere continue. 

BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade with sideways bias. London copper prices edged up on Friday amid a weaker U.S. dollar, while nickel contracts in both London and Shanghai fell despite analyst warnings of supply shortages. The dollar was down against a basket of major currencies on Friday, making it cheaper for buyers using other currencies to purchase greenback-denominated metals. The global nickel market will face grave supply shortages unless key Chinese-led projects in Indonesia come online in a timely manner, analysts said on Thursday. London nickel fell 0.6 percent, after declining 1.9 percent in the previous session in its biggest drop in four weeks. Shanghai nickel declined 2.4 percent. LME nickel inventory continued to hover around its lowest level since 2013, while on-warrant nickel inventory in warehouses tracked by ShFE stayed around its lowest since 2015. 




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Tuesday, 9 April 2019




BULLION - Bullion counter may witness some profit booking at higher levels as investors will eye the outcome of FOMC meeting minutes later today. Gold on Wednesday traded near a two-week high hit in the previous session, as investors worried about the trade tensions between the United States and Europe, and as the International Monetary Fund cut its global growth outlook. The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday cut its global economic growth forecasts for 2019 and warned growth could slow further due to trade tensions and a potentially disorderly British exit from the European Union. European Union leaders will grant British Prime Minister Theresa May a second delay to Brexit but they could demand she accepts a much longer extension as France pushed for conditions to limit Britain ability to undermine the bloc. Venezuela removed eight tonnes of gold from the central bank vaults last week, and the cash-strapped socialist state is expected to sell the bullion abroad as it seeks to raise hard currency in the face of U.S. sanctions, a lawmaker and one government source said.



ENERGY- Crude oil may remain with upside bias as oil prices edged back towards five-month highs on Wednesday, supported by ongoing supply cuts by producer club OPEC and U.S. sanctions against oil exporters Iran and Venezuela. Oil markets have been tightened this year by U.S. sanctions on oil exporters Iran and Venezuela, as well as supply cuts by the producer club of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and some non-affiliated producers, a group known as OPEC+. Venezuelan oil output is estimated to have fallen from 1.19 million bpd in October to 890,000 bpd in March, while output from Iran has fallen from 3.33 million bpd to 2.71 million bpd due to sanctions. Declines from these two exempt countries account for almost 47 percent of the reduction seen from OPEC. Oil production in the United States has risen by more than 2 million barrels per day since early 2018, to a record 12.2 million bpd. U.S. dry natural gas production will rise to an all-time high of 91.00 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) in 2019 from a record high of 83.39 bcfd in 2018, according to the Energy Information Administration's Short Term Energy Outlook (STEO) on Tuesday. 



BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade with negative bias .Copper fell on Wednesday after the International Monetary Fund cut its global growth forecast and the United States threatened to slap tariffs on hundreds of European goods. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its forecast for world economic growth this year to 3.3 percent from 3.5 percent previously, citing the U.S.-China trade war and a potentially disorderly British exit from the European Union. An indigenous community in Peru voted to suspend its two-month road blockade of MMG Ltd Las Bambas copper mine for two days until the government visits the region on Thursday. 


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Wednesday, 3 April 2019



BULLION - Bullion counter may trade with sideways path. Gold prices inched up on Thursday as the dollar eased and a rally in equities paused, while investors kept a close watch on Sino-U.S. trade talks. Asian shares paused near an eight-month peak as investors awaited developments on trade talks between the United States and China, who appear closer to signing a deal. Asian shares paused near an eight-month peak as investors awaited developments on trade talks between the United States and China, who appear closer to signing a deal. The lower house of the British parliament on Wednesday approved legislation which would force Prime Minister Theresa May to seek a Brexit delay to prevent a potentially disorderly departure on April 12 without a deal.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade on negative note as oil prices. Oil prices dipped on Thursday, with Brent edging away from the psychologically important $70 level after easing in the previous session on data showing a surprise build in U.S. inventories. Crude oil inventories in the United States rose by 7.2 million barrels last week, as net imports climbed, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Analysts had forecast a decrease of 425,000 barrels. Brent, the global benchmark, is up nearly 30 percent this year, while WTI has gained nearly 40 percent, with prices underpinned by tightening global supply and signs of demand picking up. U.S. crude production climbed 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) to a record 12.2 million bpd, after hovering around 12-12.1 million bpd since mid-February, according to the data from the Energy Information Administration. Iron ore futures in China saw their best day in seven weeks on Wednesday, extending a record-breaking rally amid supply disruption concerns flagged by the world's major sellers of the steelmaking raw material as well as demand from steel mills.

BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade in green as prices of copper and other industrial metals rose on Wednesday as strong Chinese manufacturing data and reports of progress in U.S.-China trade talks bolstered the demand outlook. The Chinese Caixin/Markit composite manufacturing and services PMI rose to a nine-month high in March, adding to signs that stimulus is gradually kicking in. Copper also reflected indigenous leaders in Peru rejecting talks with the government to end disruption at a major mine. An indigenous community that has blocked roads to the copper mine has decided not to negotiate with the government further until the group lawyers are freed from jail. The blockade has halted exports from Las Bambas, which produces about 400,000 tonnes of copper a year, accounting for about 2 percent of global production. Iron ore futures in China saw their best day in seven weeks on Wednesday, extending a record-breaking rally amid supply disruption concerns flagged by the world's major sellers of the steelmaking raw material as well as demand from steel mills.




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DAILY NIFTY SMART MOVERS 

SCRIPTS PRICE PRE. CLOSE CHANGE (%) CHANGE (Rs.) VOLUME
Indiabulls Housing
869.70 841.40 3.36 28.30 1245.41
Maruti Suzuki
7074.10 6882.85 2.78 191.25 147.79
Siemens
1161.25 1130.15 2.75 31.10 71.98
Marico
354.65 345.70 2.59 8.95 159.85
Crompt.Greaves Cons.
227.65 222.15 2.48 5.50 84.57


DAILY NIFTY TOP LAGGARDS

SCRIPTS PRICE PRE. CLOSE CHANGE (%) CHANGE (Rs.) VOLUME
Vodafone Idea
15.95 16.90 -5.62 -0.95 3991.90
HPCL
260.60 274.45 -5.05 -13.85 517.39
BPCL
364.35 380.55 -4.26 -16.20 306.36
PNB
94.45 98.40 -4.01 -3.95 3789.04
Bharat Electronics
97.15 100.95 -3.76 -3.80 1359.06


BEST CALL OF THE DAY (FINAL TG )


NIFTY FUTURE

SELL BANK NIFTY FUT FINAL TGT 

OPTION STRATEGY 

BUY IBULHSGFIN CALL 840 FINAL TGT 




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Monday, 1 April 2019

MCX Update


BULLION - Bullion counter may trade sideways to negative path. Gold prices inched down on Monday as Gold inched up on Tuesday, but was trading near a more than three-week low touched in the previous session as the U.S. dollar strengthened and equities rose. The dollar was up 0.1 percent against key rivals, trading close to a three-week high posted in the previous session as ebbing concerns about the global economy pushed U.S. bond yields up from 15-month lows. U.S. manufacturing activity rebounded a bit more than expected in March, according to an industry report released on Monday, as production, new orders and hiring all picked up. U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell in February, but a rebound in factory activity in March and strong increase in construction spending offered hope the economy was not slowing as sharply as previously feared. China raised its gold holdings by 9.95 tonnes in February, according to data from the International Monetary Fund. The Perth Mint said on Monday its gold products sales in March surged about 68 percent from the previous month, touching the highest level since November last year.



ENERGY- Crude oil may trade on positive note as oil prices rose to fresh highs for the year on Tuesday, after a U.S. official said Washington is considering more sanctions on Iran and key Venezuelan export terminal halted operations. OPEC oil supply sank to a four-year low in March and positive data from the world biggest economies, the United States and China. The U.S. government is considering additional sanctions against Iran that would target areas of its economy that have not been hit before, a senior Trump administration official told reporters on Monday. The official also suggested that the U.S. may not extend waivers from sanctions on Iranian oil exports to a group of eight importers that expire next month. Venezuela Jose crude export terminal has halted operations due to a lack of electricity supply, two sources with knowledge of the situation said, after restarting on Friday following a prolonged blackout. Production cuts from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) helped push the group supply to a four-year low in March



BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade sideways path. Copper and most other base metals fell on Tuesday as the U.S. dollar edged higher and as supply concerns from a copper mine in Peru eased slightly. The Peruvian government offered a deal to indigenous protesters to lift their blockade at the Las Bambas copper mine owned by China MMG Ltd, but a decision is pending agreement among the indigenous community. Indigenous protesters have blocked roads to the mine since early February, demanding compensation from MMG for using a stretch of road on their farmland. Las Bambas produces about 2 percent of global copper output. Russian aluminium giant Rusal has resumed supplies to the U.S. market and aims to win back customers it lost due to sanctions by about September when the industry seals supply contracts for 2020.


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Thursday, 28 March 2019



BULLION - Bullion counter may trade with negative path. Gold prices suffered strong double-digit losses and hit a three-week low today, while the silver market was hammered to a three-month low. The precious metals bulls are fading fast late this week amid a resurgent U.S. dollar index that is pushing toward its recent multi-month high. The U.S. economic data point of the day was the third and final reading on fourth-quarter gross domestic product. GDP came in at up 2.2%, which was right in line with the consensus forecast and compares to the last 4Q estimate of up 2.6%. At the same time the U.S. jobless claims report came in and showed a drop in the latest week. The U.S. dollar index began its rally today right after those U.S. data releases.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade on positive note as oil prices rose on Friday, pushed up by ongoing supply cuts led by producer club OPEC and U.S. sanctions against Iran and Venezuela, which have given crude markets the biggest first quarter price push since 2009.Oil prices have been supported for much of 2019 by efforts by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-affiliated allies like Russia, known as OPEC+, who have pledged to withhold around 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) of supply this year to prop up markets. Production cuts from the OPEC+ group of producers have been the main reason for the dramatic recovery since the 38 percent price slump seen during the final quarter of last year. 

BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade sideways to positive path. Most base metals rose on Friday, with London copper heading for its first quarterly gain since the end of 2017, as hopes of progress in U.S.-China trade talks lent support. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Friday he had aproductive working dinner the previous night in Beijing, as he headed to a state guest house to begin a day of trade talks. Aluminum Corp of China Ltd recorded a 16 percent rise in aluminium production in 2018 to 4.17 million tonnes, the company, known as Chalco. The jump was enough for it overtake Russia Rusal as the world second-biggest publicly traded producer of the metal. Rusal produced 3.753 million tonnes last year.




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Wednesday, 27 March 2019


BULLION - Bullion counter may trade with volatile path. Gold and silver prices are modestly down amid mild profit-taking pressure from recent gains and a firmer U.S. dollar index on this day helped to pressure the precious metals markets. Gold investors should pay more attention to what the Federal Reserve is actually doing instead of listening to comments from a Federal Reserve governor nominee, according to two market professionals. Stephen Moore, President Donald Trump nominee for the U.S. Central Bank, is raising eyebrows after he said, in an interview with the New York Times Tuesday, that the Federal Reserve should immediately cut interest rates by 50 basis points. The comments come as a surprise to markets which are still digesting last week monetary policy meeting that saw the U.S. central bank signal that it does not expect to raise interest rates this year and downgraded its economic growth forecasts.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade on negative note as oil prices fell on Thursday, extending losses into a second straight session, after widely watched data showed a surprising increase in U.S. stocks. Prices came under pressure from a rise in U.S. inventories, athough analysts pointed to support from efforts by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and nonaffiliated allies like Russia, known as OPEC+, to trim output. Prices came under pressure from a rise in U.S. inventories, athough analysts pointed to support from efforts by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-affiliated allies like Russia, known as OPEC+, to trim output. U.S. utilities likely withdrew 40 billion cubic feet (bcf) of natural gas from storage last week amid typical temperatures for the period.

BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade sideways to negative path. London copper prices edged lower in early Asian trade on Thursday as the dollar strengthened, while investors awaited news from U.S.-China trade talks restarting in Beijing. The 10-member China Smelters Purchase Team (CSPT) will meet in Shanghai on Thursday to determine floor treatment and refining charges (TC/RCs) for copper concentrate in the second quarter. The dollar rose on Thursday as many of its peers weakened after more central banks opted to shift to a dovish policy stance in the wake of deteriorating economic prospects. Indonesia's nickel-related industries such as the production of stainless steel and battery materials are set to surpass the value of its second-biggest export earner, palm oil, in the next 10 to 15 years, its investment board chief said on Wednesday. Aluminium touched a one-week high on Wednesday as inventories fell and prices shrugged off another step towards a full restart of Norsk Hydro Brazil alumina operations.




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closing bell


DAILY NIFTY SMART MOVERS 
SCRIPTS 
Yes Bank 267.00 253.70 5.24 13.30 6299.05
Indusind Bank 1799.60 1715.45 4.91 84.15 181.23
Shriram Trans. Fin 1246.85 1204.20 3.54 42.65 68.25
Mah & Mah Finl. Serv 424.75 411.65 3.18 13.10 158.69
Indiabulls Housing 748.75 730.35 2.52 18.40 513.14


DAILY NIFTY TOP LAGGARDS
SCRIPTS PRICE PRE. CLOSE CHANGE (%) CHANGE (Rs.) VOLUME
Vodafone Idea
28.45 29.60 -3.89 -1.15 3755.90
DLF
191.05 196.60 -2.82 -5.55 583.11
HPCL
269.00 276.70 -2.78 -7.70 257.02
NMDC
101.75 104.60 -2.72 -2.85 320.26
Motherson Sumi Sys
141.90 145.40 -2.41 -3.50 3377.17


BEST CALL OF THE DAY (FINAL TG )


NIFTY FUTURE

BUY NIFTY FUT ALMOST FINAL TGT 

HNI OPTION 

BUY INDUSIND BANK CALL 1750 FINAL TGT 

OPTION PREMIUM 

BUY ICICI PRULI CALL 340 FINAL TGT 

FUTURE PREMIUM 

BUY INDUSIND BANK FUT FINAL TGT 

BLUECHIP OPTION 

BUY ICICI PRULI CALL 320 FINAL TGT 

INDEX OPTION 

BUY NIFTY CALL 11000 FINAL TGT 

EQUITY KING 

BUY CHOLAFIN FUT FINAL TGT 

BLUECHIP CASH 

BUY ORIENT BANK IN CASH FINAL TGT 

OPTION INTRADAY 

BUY LICHSGFIN CALL 530 FINAL TGT 



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Sunday, 24 March 2019



BULLION - Bullion counter may trade with positive bias. Gold prices firmed on Monday as concerns about a potential U.S. recession and decelerating global growth weighed on stock markets, which increased appetite for safer assets. Investors dumped shares on Monday and fled to the safety of bonds, while the Japanese yen hovered near a six-week high as risk assets fell out of favour on growing worries about an impending U.S. recession, sending global yields plunging. U.S. markets received a clear warning of coming recession on Friday when the spread between yields on three-month Treasury bills and 10-year notes fell below zero for the first time since 2007 after U.S. manufacturing data missed estimates. U.S. manufacturing activity unexpectedly cooled in March, a troubling sign for the economy although the housing market showed signs lower interest rates were giving it a boost.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade on negative note as oil prices kicked off the week trading with losses as concerns of a sharp economic slowdown outweighed supply disruptions from OPEC production cutbacks and U.S. sanctions on Iran and Venezuela. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-affiliated allies such as Russia, together referred to as OPEC, have pledged to withhold around 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil supply this year to prop up markets, with OPEC de-facto leader seen to be pushing for a crude prices of over $70 per barrel. The darkening economic outlook overshadowed the supply-side issues the oil market was facing amid supply cuts led by producer club OPEC as well as the U.S. sanctions on Venezuela and Iran.

BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade sideways path. Most base metals moved lower in early Asian trade on Monday, as investors worried about the prospect of a recession in the United States, the world's biggest economy. Copper stockpiles in ShFE warehouses fell slightly to 259,172 tonnes last week after a rapid build during a seasonal lull in demand. Chile's Antofagasta expects to reach an agreement with miner BHP to help ensure water supply at its Zalidvar copper mine in the country's northern desert, a company official told a Chilean newspaper on Friday. China Hongqiao Group said on Friday that a doubling of alumina sales helped offset lower aluminium production and prices, leaving its net profit steady in the second half of 2018. China reverted to being a net importer of alumina in February for the first month since April 2018, while its scrap metal imports plunged to just 160,000 tonnes, the lowest in customs website records going back to June 2014. Scrap copper imports stood at 60,000 tonnes.



Investment  trading in securities market is always subjected to market risks, past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. CapitalStars Investment Adviser: SEBI Registration Number: INA000001647
 
For more details call on 9977499927 or visit our website www.capitalstars.com