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Wednesday, 22 May 2019

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BULLION - Bullion counter may trade with sideways bias as gold steadied on Wednesday after falling to a more than two-week low in the previous session, as a stronger dollar dented demand for bullion ahead of the release of minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserves latest meeting. The dollar hovered near a four-week high on Wednesday, supported by higher U.S. yields, which rose overnight after the United States eased trade restrictions on Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co Ltd. Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai said on Tuesday that Beijing was ready to resume trade talks with Washington, but blamed the U.S. side for frequently changing its mind on tentative deals to end U.S.-China trade disputes. Meanwhile, the Fed minutes are expected to provide insights into the May 1 central bank meeting in which policymakers decided to keep interested rates steady and signalled little appetite to adjust them any time soon.

ENERGY- Crude oil may remain subdued as oil prices fell on Wednesday after industry data showed an increase in U.S. crude inventories and as Saudi Arabia pledged to keep markets balanced. The American Petroleum Institute(API) said on Tuesday that U.S. crude stockpiles rose by 2.4 million barrels last week, to 480.2 million barrels, compared with analysts' expectations for a decrease of 599,000 barrels. Official data from the U.S Energy Information Administration's oil stockpiles report is due later on Wednesday. Outside the United States, Saudi Arabia on Wednesday said it was committed to a balanced and sustainable oil market. Saudi Arabia has been at the forefront of supply cuts led by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), of which the kingdom is the de-facto leader, which started in January and are aimed at reducing global oversupply that emerged in 2018. U.S. natural gas futures on Tuesday fell from a five-week high in the previous session on forecasts for output to increase and demand to decline as the amount of gas flowing to liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals drops. 

BASE METAL - Base metals may witness some lower level buying. London copper prices edged higher in early Asian trade on Wednesday, as a new blockade at MMG Ltd's Las Bambas mine in Peru lent support to prices, although gains were capped by ongoing U.S.-China trade tensions. An earlier road blockade at the site by an indigenous community in March and April disrupted the mine's copper concentrate exports and boosted copper prices. An indigenous Peruvian community has imposed a new road blockade on MMG Ltd's Las Bambas mine, one of Peru's largest copper producers, after talks with the company over compensation broke down, a representative of the public ombudsman office said on Tuesday. LME aluminium was down 0.1% at $1,795 a tonne after posting its lowest close since January 2017 on Tuesday. ShFE aluminium fell for a third day, slipping as much as 0.9% to 14,135 yuan, its lowest since May 10.

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Monday, 20 May 2019

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BULLION - Bullion counter may trade on the weaker bias on stronger local currency rupee amid expectation of clear majority to the present government in the exit polls. Gold steadied on Monday after four days of falls, as a Sino-U.S. trade dispute aggravated by a Huawei ban and U.S. President Donald Trump'ss latest threat to Tehran fuelled interest in the safe-haven metal. Gold fell to a two-week low of $1,274.51 an ounce on Friday after data showed U.S. consumer sentiment jumped to a 15-year high in early May amid growing confidence over the economy's outlook. U.S. President Donald Trump issued a new threat to Tehran on Sunday, tweeting that a conflict would be the official end of Iran, as Saudi Arabia warned it stood ready to respond with all strength's and said it was up to Iran to avoid war. SPDR Gold Trust, the world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, said its holdings rose 0.4% to 736.17 tonnes on Friday from 733.23 tonnes on Thursday. Hedge funds and money managers raised their net long positions in COMEX gold in the week to May 14, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Friday.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade with an upside bias as oil prices jumped as much as 1 percent on Monday after Saudi Energy Minister Khalid alFalih indicated there was a consensus among OPEC and allied oil producers to continue limiting supplies. The rally came after Falih said on Sunday there was a consensus among Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other non-OPEC producers to drive down crude inventories gently's '', but his country would remain responsive to the needs of what he called a fragile market. OPEC, Russia and other non-member producers, an alliance known as OPEC+, agreed to reduce output by 1.2 million barrels per day from Jan. 1 for six months, a deal designed to stop inventories building up and prices weakening. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $63.39 per barrel, up 63 cents, or 1%, from their previous settlement. 

BASE METAL - Base metals may remain with a weak bias on the stronger rupee. Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange rose in early Asian trading on Monday after last week's slump, but Shanghai industrial metals edged down as investors remained wary about the intensifying U.S.-China trade war. Beijing has called on Washington to show "sincerity" if it is to hold meaningful trade talks, after the United States put China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [RIC:RIC: HWT.UL], the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker, on a trade blacklist. Zambia, Africa's second-biggest copper producer, is introducing a new non-refundable sales tax in place of value-added tax, despite criticism from mining companies. The United States struck deals on Friday to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico, the three governments said, removing a major obstacle to legislative approval of a new North American trade pact.

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Friday, 12 April 2019

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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


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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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Tuesday, 2 April 2019


BULLION - Bullion counter may trade with sideways path. Gold prices slipped on Wednesday, after touching their lowest level in four weeks in the previous session, as equities traded near a seven-month high, denting bullion appeal. Asian shares hovered near seven-month highs on Wednesday as global investors took a breather from a rally boosted by positive U.S. and China factory activity surveys. International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Tuesday that global growth has lost momentum amid rising trade tensions and tighter financial conditions, but pauses in rate hikes will help boost activity in the second half of 2019. Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she would seek another Brexit delay to agree an EU divorce deal with the opposition Labour leader, a last-ditch gambit to break an impasse over Britain departure that enraged many in her party.

ENERGY- Crude oil may trade on positive note as oil prices rose for a fourth day on Wednesday, holding firm despite an industry report showing that U.S. inventories rose unexpectedly last week, with supply cuts and sanctions supporting the market. With output falling for a fourth month thanks to continued OPEC production cuts and sanctions on Iran and Venezuela, oil prices are well supported. Supply from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting countries hit a four-year low in March. Three of eight countries granted waivers by Washington to import oil from Iran have cut the imports to zero, a U.S. official said on Tuesday, adding that improved global oil market conditions would help reduce Iranian crude exports further. Venezuela state-run energy company, PDVSA, kept oil exports near 1 million barrels per day in March despite U.S. sanctions and power outages that crippled its main export terminal, according to PDVSA documents. 

BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade in green today as most London base metals rose on Wednesday after a senior U.S. official expressed optimism about progress in the scheduled trade talks with China this week. The United States and China expect to make more headway in trade talks this week, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday, as Chinese vice premier Liu He is due to resume talks with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday. Concern about copper supply disruption returned after an indigenous community in Peru, which has been blocking roads to Chinese miner MMG Ltd Las Bambas copper mine, refused to negotiate with the government. Korea Zinc Inc and Teck Resources Ltd have agreed annual concentrate treatment charges of about $245 a tonne, 67 percent higher than last year, as mine supply ramps up, two industry sources said. Norsk Hydro said on Tuesday it could take months for its Karmoey aluminium plant in western Norway to return to full capacity after a power outage that cut production by about 10 percent.


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Monday, 4 March 2019


BULLION - Bullion counter may remain on weaker side as gold hovered on Tuesday near a five-week low touched in the previous session as rising U.S. Treasury yields boosted the dollar, making gold expensive for holders in other currencies. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday he thought the United States and China were â��on the cuspâ�� of a deal to end their trade war, adding to positive signs about negotiations from both sides of the Pacific. China has set its 2019 economic growth target at 6.0 to 6.5 percent, Premier Li Keqiang said in his annual work report on Tuesday, lower than last yearâ��s goal of around 6.5 percent. Gold can dip lower towards 32200 while facing resistance near 32600. Silver can test 38500 while facing resistance near 38850. Asian shares stepped back on Tuesday after China cut its economic growth target and pledged measures to support the economy amid growing challenges from rising debt and a dispute over trade and technology with the United States. 


ENERGY- Crude Oil- Crude oil may open on negative note as oil prices dipped on Tuesday amid tepid prospects for growth in fuel demand, but OPEC led efforts to cut output offered some support. And despite optimism that the United States and China will soon end their bitter trade disputes, oil demand growth has been slowing along with an economic slowdown especially in Europe and Asia. The OPECled supply cuts, as well as U.S. sanctions against its members Iran and Venezuela, come at the same time as U.S. crude output chases ever new records, rising by more than 2 million barrels per day (bpd) since early 2018 and above 12 million bpd for the first time in February. Crude oil can test 3980 while facing resistance near 4050. Natural gas may test 205 while taking support near 198 in MCX. U.S. natural gas futures held near a five-week high on Monday on forecasts for the massive storage deficit to grow as utilities pull huge amounts of gas out of inventories to heat homes and businesses this week as brutally cold weather blankets much of the country. 



BASE METAL - Base metals prices may trade with sideways bias. China will cut billions of dollars in taxes and fees, increase infrastructure investment, and step up lending to small firms, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday, as the world's second-largest economy looks set to slow further this year. Copper may test 466 while taking support near 458 in MCX. The amount of available copper stored in the London Metal Exchange's (LME) warehouse system fell to 21,600 tonnes last week, the lowest level since 2005. Zinc can test 195 while facing resistance near 199. Lead can trade on mixed path in range of 148-152. Nickel can also test 960 while taking support near 945. Nickel prices climbed to a six-month peak on Monday as expectations of a fourth consecutive year of supply deficit were reinforced by signs of robust demand from stainless steel mills in China. Data from the International Nickel Study Group shows the nickel market deficit at 46,000 tonnes in 2016, 115,000 tonnes in 2017 and 127,000 tonnes last year. Nickel stocks at 196,542 in LME-registered warehouses have nearly halved since the start of January last year, while cancelled warrants metal earmarked for delivery stand at 37 percent.


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Monday, 25 February 2019


MCX Updates

BULLION - MCX Gold and silver may witness choppy trade in line with international market but bias may be on the downside. COMEX gold trades in a narrow range near $1330/oz after 0.2% decline yesterday. Gold has corrected from recent highs but has turned range bound awaiting more clarity on US China trade issue, Brexit and Fed�s monetary policy. US President has decided to extend the March 1 deadline to impose higher tariffs on Chinese imports and also plans to meet Chinese President to finalize the deal. However, President Trump also said Monday an agreement "might not happen at all� and this fuelled some nervousness in the market. On Brexit front, UK Prime Minister has delayed a final vote to March 12 while there are report that Theresa May is considering a plan to delay Brexit. Fed has maintained patient rate hike stance but recent FOMC minutes showed that the central bank is not that dovish. Further clarity will come from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell�s testimony. ETF outflows show weakening confidence in gold�s price gains. Gold holdings with SPDR ETF fell by 1.1 tonnes to 788.331 tonnes. Gold may witness range bound movement unless we get more clarity on US China trade issue and Feds monetary policy stance however bias may be on the downside as risk sentiment has improved while ETF outflow continue.

ENERGY- Crude Oil- MCX Crude may witness choppy trade in line with international market but buying could emerge at lower levels. NYMEX crude trades weaker near $55 per barrel after a sharp 3.1% decline yesterday. Crude oil came under pressure post US President�s comments on higher price. US President Donald Trump tweeted that prices are too high and called on OPEC to �relax and take it easy�� President Trump last year had expressed concerns about higher crude price which were near 4-year high and this caused OPEC to consider a production hike. Market reacted sharply to Trump�s comments yesterday amid concerns that OPEC may come under pressure and stop production cuts however OPEC is unlikely to bide under pressure as price are still not that high. Also weighing on crude oil are reports of restart of crude production at Saudi Arabia�s 1 million barrel per day Safaniyah oilfield. Equity markets also turned choppy after initial enthusiasm over US-China trade progress. Also weighing on crude price is expectations of another increase in US crude oil stocks. However, supporting price is OPEC�s production cuts and supply issues relating to Venezuela and Iran. Easing worries about US-China trade dispute is also supportive for commodities at large. Crude rallied over 25% since start of the year without any significant correction. The sell-off was long overdue and President Trump�s comments were just the trigger. We believe that market overreacted to President Trump�s comments and we could see some stability in coming sessions. Focus today will be on US economic data and any comments from OPEC post Trump�s statement.

Natural Gas- MCX Natural gas may note some gains tracking cues from international exchange. NYMEX natural gas trades mixed near $2.8/mmBtu after a sharp 4% rally in previous session. Supporting gas price is forecast of cold weather in US which will increase heating demand. Also supporting price is supply outage in Texas and expectations of another bigger than average decline in gas stocks. However, weighing on price is nearing end of high demand winter season and higher US gas production. Natural gas lately plunged to 1 year low and we are now seeing some recovery. While cold weather in US has lent support to price, the gains are partly also due to short covering ahead of contract expiration. Natural gas has broken the $2.8/mmBtu level and could see some extended gains.

BASE METAL - Base metals on LME trade sideways to lower today after noting a volatile session yesterday. LME Lead was the best performer with 0.6% gains followed by nearly unchanged Copper prices. In other metals, Aluminium Nickel and Zinc closed 0.4%, 0.1% and 0.2% lower respectively. 



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Monday, 18 February 2019

Soybean futures (Mar) is likely to witness sell on rise from 3775 & is expected to test 3700 levels on the downside. 


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The initial estimates coming from the Soybean Processors’ Association (SOPA) shows that in the upcoming Kharif season output is likely to rise by a staggering 38% on a sharp increase in average yield across the country. India’s soybean output at 11.48 million tonnes this year compared to 8.3 million tonnes in the previous year on favourable climatic condition. This increase in production is being attributed to the major producing state in Madhya Pradesh wherein the yield is estimated to rise by 30.5% to 1,094 kg per ha for the current season from 838 kg from the previous season. The survey also highlighted that in Maharashtra output is estimated to rise by 32% to 3.84 million tonnes for this year from 2.91 million ha last year. Soy oil futures (Mar) is expected to face resistance near 770 levels & trade with a downside bias. Demand in the physical market is subdued from millers and crushers with ongoing lean season for soybean and oil market. CPO futures (Mar) is expected to plunge further & test 555 levels on reports of higher imports. The latest statistics show that imports of palm oils including RBD Palmolein and CPO touched 23.18 lakh tonnes (lt), up from 22.74 lt reported in the same period last year. Mustard futures (Apr) will possibly remain stable in the range of 3900-3940 levels. The changing weather patterns causing rainfall over the major growing regions where the crops are in the fields are bringing concerns over the production scenario.


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Cotton futures (Feb) is expected to bounce back amid short covering and lower level buying taking support near 19990.


On the spot markets, cotton prices are expected to remain firm this year due to lower production in the country, apart from rising consumption. In the international markets, the traders are keeping an eye on what's going on over in Beijing for some positive news. High-level officials from the US and China are in talks as a critical trade war deadline is getting closer since March 1 marks the deadline for the current 90-day pause in the trade war. Chana futures (Mar) is expected to intensify its rally & test 4350 levels. Dal mills have kicked off stocking to build inventory after a jump in arrival of pulses from fresh harvest that is likely to double up in coming weeks. Dal mills purchase raw pulses from market and then process it into dal of various grades. On processing 60% comes out as dal, while 25% goes as cattle feed. The rest is wasted. Another reason for the upside momentum is being attributed to the market talks that Nafed will not sell chana in open markets and will go to build buffer stock around 10 lakh tonnes. The trend of mentha oil (Feb) is bullish & may take support near 1590 levels. Weather disturbances in the major growing areas are giving signals of delayed sowing in the key growing areas of Uttar Pradesh. Moreover, demand from both domestic and export fronts are emerging at existing price levels. Export demand has started to pick up from China. 

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