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The World This Week – 24th July 2020 to 31st July 2020

Indian Equity Summary-
· SØ&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 fell by 1.4% and 1% respectively on a WoW basis, and the six-week positive trend in Indian equities came to a pause as negative feelings prevailed among market participants, on the back of rising Covid-19 cases as well as a decline in US GDP at an annualized rate of 32.9% in 2Q 2020. Healthcare and IT were the best-performing sectors, while oil & gas and banks were the worst-performing ones on a weekly basis.
· Going forward, global factors like development on the US -China relationship front , and domestic factors like the outcome of the RBI MPCØ meeting ( we expect a pause in Repo rate cut in the August RBI MPC meeting) and the monsoon trajectory ; will continue to dictate the trend of the domestic equity market. We expect the trading range for Nifty between 10700-11,100 in the near term.
Indian Debt Market-
· Government bond prices fell marginally as the yield of the 10-year benchmark 5.79% 2030 paper settled at 5.84% on July 31 as against 5.82% onØ July 24 .
· India’s fiscal deficit during the first quarter of this fiscal widened to Rs 6.62 lakh crore or 83.2% of the budget estimates, mainly on account of poorØ tax collections due to the lockdown; fiscal deficit during the corresponding period of last year was 61.4% of the budget estimates.
· RBI introduced new 5.77% GS 2030 last week.Ø
· We expect the 10 year benchmark yield to trade between 5.80-6.05% in near term.Ø
Domestic News
· Deposit growth in the banking system continued to grow at 10.1 percent on a year-on-year basis, even though banks have reduced their depositØ rates sharply in the absence of credit growth and liquidity induced by RBI due to Covid-19.
· India’s factory slump deepened in July as renewed lockdown measures to contain surging coronavirus cases weighed on demand and output,Ø raising the chances of a sharper economic contraction, a private business survey showed on Monday.
· Indian power plants used the most gas in at least 3-1/2 years in the June quarter, as operators along the west coast snapped up cheap liquefiedØ natural gas (LNG) imports that have become competitive against coal, government data showed.
International News
· US real gross domestic product plummeted at a record annual rate of 32.9% in the second quarter of 2020 following a 5% decline in the firstØ quarter
· U.S. manufacturing activity accelerated to its highest level in nearly 1-1/2 years in July as orders increased despite a resurgence in new COVID-Ø 19 infections
· Tens of millions of people in and around the Philippine capital will go back to a strict lockdown from Tuesday, threatening incomes and hopesØ for reviving a once dynamic economy as authorities take drastic measures to halt surging virus cases.
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Sebi mulls lowering cost of derivatives trading

Brokers said they could end up paying 30-35 per cent less in initial margins.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is looking to revamp margins on derivatives trading to reduce costs for market participants, said two people aware of the development. The regulator will consider a single margin system that will help those who trade in futures and options to hedge their share portfolios. Brokers said they could end up paying 30-35 per cent less in initial margins and trading costs could drop 5-10 per cent for others, depending on the nature of their bets.
Sebi and stock exchange officials discussed the matter in the last week of October, the people said. Market participants have been lobbying for such a move on the grounds that margins in India are among the highest in the world. This is said to be one of the factors behind foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) preferring to trade Indian derivatives in offshore locations such as Singapore instead of on-shore.
The regulator didn’t respond to queries.
Derivative market traders currently pay two margins — standard portfolio analysis of risk (SPAN) and exposure. The first is an upfront margin that traders pay at the time of placing trades, a percentage of the value of the trades as calculated by the SPAN software. Exposure is an additional margin that brokers collect from their clients for trading in derivatives at the time of initiating a trade.
The regulator and the exchanges are looking at scrapping the second and retaining only SPAN, the people said. An increase in SPAN margins will partially offset this, benefiting hedged bets.
“If the proposal is implemented, several traders using hedging strategies will end up paying substantially lower margins since SPAN margin is calculated at a portfolio level,” said Chandan Taparia, derivatives analyst, Motilal Oswal Securities. The exposure margin, on the other hand, pertains to that particular trade. “This is a welcome step since such hedging strategies carry limited risk and hence would not be subjected to high margins,” Taparia said.
Brokers said a single margin structure will help individual traders bet on options trading strategies at lower cost.
“On Indian exchanges, retail traders don’t trade option strategies as the margin requirements make them non-viable even though the maximum risk is limited,” said Nithin Kamath, founder and CEO of Zerodha. “With the new proposed margins, we would be enabling retail to trade options through strategies, which have limited risks.”
The regulator had received several representations from industry bodies, including FPIs, to rationalise the margining system for the derivatives market. In the run-up to settlement, margins on some stocks surge as much as 100 per cent of the contract value whereas the global standard is 10-20 per cent.
“The idea of Sebi was to simplify the margining structure and also give some benefit to genuine traders who use derivatives for safety net purposes,” said one of the persons cited above. “However, Sebi is planning to tweak the existing calculation for SPAN margins by increasing the multiplier. This would mean SPAN margins could go higher in lieu of exposure margin.”
A single margin structure will help market participants allocate capital more efficiently.
“Until now, introducing a single margin wasn’t possible since BSE and NSE do it at the exchange level. However, with the introduction of interoperability before the clearing corporations, such a step has been made possible,” said a senior exchange official. “We have also represented to Sebi not to increase the SPAN margins substantially higher since an internal study done by us showed current SPAN margin calculation covers losses that could occur in 99 per cent of scenarios.”
However, those punting on highly volatile stocks are unlikely to get any relief from the scrapping of exposure margins, said the head of derivatives at a domestic brokerage.
“Such contracts are currently subject to more margins, including additional surveillance margins (ASM) and bonus margin for highly leveraged stocks,” the person said. “Our sense is that Sebi will continue to charge the additional margins on such counters.”
About 30-40 stocks are subject to additional margins. In October, Sebi proposed to impose 35 per cent higher margins on the contracts of companies where more than 25 per cent of the promoter shareholding is pledged. This impacted nine counters including Bajaj Consumer, Dish TV, Sadbhav Infrastructure and GMR Infrastructure.
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The Role of Stock Broker Firms in Providing Intraday Tips For Stock Trading

The stock market trading experience says loss leads how you can trading success just like understanding how to walk makes us run later in life. The intraday trading in stock market involves risk & the stock broker firms are increasingly coming forward to help investors earn maximum profits through intraday tips. Many people have just followed the intraday tips & become millionaires in stock trading. In addition to intraday tips, the stock broker firms provide company analysis reports & intraday news to investors. These reports, news & share tips are particularly great for intraday traders who deal with buying or selling of intraday trading stocks. They could either find them displayed on the stock broker websites or have the delivery within their inbox through email or on mobile by SMS. The STBT (Sell Today Buy Tomorrow) & BTST (Buy Today Sell Tomorrow) techniques for NSE/BSE stock market are included under these intraday trading tips.
The stock broker firms usually employ professional technical analysts to organize a wholesome set of profitable intraday tips intraday tips . The stock trading analysts leave no stone unturned to recommend investors share tips that can help them generate maximum profit out of share trading stocks. However, investors should make it an indicate do their particular research before testing out hands in any day trading. Anyways, the intraday tips are reliable & may be followed without any doubt to earn good profits from share trading & that to without incurring any loss in trading investment.
The stock broker firms invite dozens of interested for day trading to open a trading account using them by mere registration of email IDs & mobile numbers in order that users could possibly get latest share tips, news & company research reports on their mobile through SMS or email regularly. Some of the firms offer all these services free from cost while others used to charge certain fee for them.
The intraday trading is all about buying or selling of shares on the stock market (NSE/BSE) & reselling or buying them again ahead of the stock trading session lapses on a single day. Those having limited money for trading investment find a stylish option in intraday trading. It doesn't block the investment amount during the buying or selling of shares on a single day. Nevertheless the buying or selling of shares has to be made during the potential rise in the share's prices in order that huge profit may be earned on the costs they're really bought for. Intraday traders follow intraday tips & use margin or leverage to make significant profits on small rise in the worth of shares. In accordance with intraday tips, a lot of the day trading accounts prefers to initiate trading in stocks that are 5 times the worth of the accounts.
The stock broker firms are the ultimate destinations for investors looking for best & accurate share calls. They bring investors the very best share market tips based on their experience & expertise. These share tips present the scenario of both losses & profit in nifty tips & stock tips ahead of the traders. Several stock broker firms provide live BSE & NSE intraday tips in order that traders can take right investment decisions.
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Tata Steel tumbles over 5% on weak Q3 numbers

Tata Steel tumbles over 5% on weak Q3 numbers
Several brokerages slashed their target price for the stock
The company reported net loss of ₹1228.53 crore in Q3
Shares of Tata Steel Ltd on Monday slipped 5.4%, the highest fall in two months, as the company reported weak numbers for the December quarter and as several brokerages slashed their target price for the stock.
At 1102 am, the stock was trading at ₹446.45 apiece on the BSE, down 5.2% from its previous close.
The company reported a net loss of ₹1228.53 crore in the third quarter of this fiscal against a profit of ₹1753 crore a year ago.
Consolidated revenue fell 8.9% year-on-year to ₹35,520 crore in October-December. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (Ebitda) nearly halved to ₹3,659 crore in Q3, from ₹6,726 crore in the previous year, while Ebitda per tonne fell to ₹5,003 from ₹10,404 in Q3 FY19.
Tata Steel’s net profit from India operations was ₹1,194 crore, down 47% year-on-year. Revenue fell 4.6% to ₹21,299 crore even though steel sales rose 25% in the quarter to 4.85mt.
For Europe operations, the company reported its worst-ever quarterly performance with an EBITDA loss of ₹960 crore. While analysts expect EBITDA to recover in January quarter given better steel spreads, the purchase of carbon credits would put a lid on profits.
“Tata Steel reported a substantial miss on adjusted earnings majorly led by EBITDA loss at Europe and partially due to weak domestic margins. Domestic margins should recover from 4QFY20 due to a surge in prices. However, cost reduction initiatives in Europe are taking longer to yield results and we expect cash breakeven only from 2HFY21E. The company is prudently delaying growth capex to contain leverage,” said Kotak Institutional Equities in a note to its investors.
Kotak has cut its EBITDA estimates by 14-8% for fiscal 2020-21 and slashed its target price to ₹560 a share from ₹600.
“While steel margins are likely to improve in the near term, the impact of carbon costs would keep TSE margins under check. Successful completion of the announced TSE business restructuring and the turnaround of the acquired Bhushan assets hold the key to achieve the guided USD1b net debt reduction in FY21,” said brokerage firm Motial Oswal in a note to its investors. The brokerage firm has cut its target price by 4% to ₹450 a share.
Brokerage firm Investec has reduced its target price to ₹515 from ₹560, while Edelweiss Securities has cut its target price to ₹570 from ₹590 a share. Brokerage firm Philip Securities has downgraded the stock to neutral from buy and kept its target price at ₹476.83 a share.The stock currently has 22 buys, four holds and four sell ratings, according to Bloomberg.
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IDFC First Bank shares slump 5% on Q3 results

IDFC First Bank shares slump 5% on Q3 results
Pre-provisioning profit of IDFC First Bank however increased to ₹682 crore in Q3
IDFC First Bank has provided 50% for the legacy stressed telecom account: CEO V Vaidyanathan
Shares of IDFC First Bank today fell as much as 5% to ₹41.85 on BSE after the lender reported a net loss of ₹1,639 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, hurt by one-time provisions to telecom and infrastructure sector loans. During the quarter, IDFC First Bank, which came into existence after the merger of IDFC Bank and Capital First, took 50% provision cover of ₹1,622 crore towards exposure of Rs. 3,245 crore to legacy stressed telecom account and ₹110 crore towards one legacy infrastructure account.
IFDC First Bank, however, clarified that there has been no payment default so far from this telecom company. However, considering the financial stress in the telecom companies related to payments (AGR) due to the government, the bank has taken provisioning of 50% of total exposure towards this identified telecom company which is in financial stress, IDFC Bank said.
Pre-provisioning profit of the lender increased to Rs. 682 crore in Q3 FY20 compared to Rs. 264 crore during the same period of the previous year.
On the operational front, some analysts say that the earnings were strong. In Q3 net interest income grew 34% year-on-year to Rs. 1,534 crore, up from Rs. 1,145 crores in Q3 FY19. The net interest margin rose sharply to 3.86% in Q3 FY 20 from 2.89% in Q3 FY19.
Both gross NPA and net NPA ratios however showed an uptick quarter on quarter. Gross NPA was 2.83% of total advances as of December 31, 2019, as compared to 2.62% as of September 30, 2019 while net NPA was 1.23% as of December 31, 2019, as compared to 1.17% as of September 30, 2019.
Retail CASA and retail term deposits (core retail deposits) as percentage of the overall liability book stood at 21.78% as compared to 8.04% as on December 31, 2018 at merger.
The retail loan book stood at Rs. 51,506 crore and contributed 49% to the gross loan book as of December 31, 2019, increasing from 13% pre-merger.
Commenting on Q3 results, V Vaidyanathan, managing director and CEO of IDFC First Bank, said: “The bank has provided 50% for the legacy stressed telecom account, and it is now time to look ahead for growth.”
IDFC First Bank’s Tier 1 Capital Adequacy was at 13.28% as of 31st December 2019. The lender said it has has headroom to raise it to beyond 18% through T1/ T2 bonds.
However, at 9:20 am, IDFC First Bank shares pared some losses and traded 2.7% lower at ₹42.80.
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The 4 Levels of Real Time Data from NSE, BSE & MCX

The 4 Levels of Real Time Data from NSE, BSE & MCX


Real Time Data from NSE, BSE & MCX is distributed to various data vendors as 4 different levels. These levels are mainly based upon the amount of RealTime Market depth (order book) provided by the exchanges. This precision and the knowledge of Market Pricing is far more important for the day Traders than for a long term investor.

The 4 Levels of RealTime Data

There are 4 different Levels of Real Time Data from NSE, BSE and MCX (vary from market to market) :
  • Level 1
  • Level 2 / Level 3
  • Tick By Tick (TBT)

What is Market Depth?

Market depth is the order book or an electronic list of buy and sell orders. This list is organized by price level and updated to reflect real-time market activity. Most of today’s trading platforms offer some type of market depth display. This allows the traders to see the “buy and sell orders”, waiting to be executed. This could include the best bid and ask prices and the size of all the bids and offers. The Market Depth, therefore, mainly segregates, the different levels of the real time data feed from the NSE, BSE & MCX.

Level I Real Time Data from NSE, BSE & MCX

Level 1 data includes only the Real Time Data of the first level in the order book. This includes the Best Bid and Best Ask, plus the total accumulated Volumes Displayed as Bid Size and Ask Size. Depending on the exchange the number of orders might also be made available for each side as order. Currently, the number of orders are not provided by any exchange in India. The Basic market data is known as level 1 market data, and mainly includes the following information:
  • Bid price: The highest price that a trader has offered and is willing to buy the asset at.
  • Best Bid size: The number of shares, lots or contracts that are available at the bid price.
  • Ask price: The lowest price that a trader has offered and is willing to sell the asset at.
  • Best Ask size: The number of shares, lots or contracts that are available at the ask price.
  • Last Traded Price: The price of the most recent trade.
  • Traded Quantity: The number of shares, lots or contracts traded in the most recent trade.
Level 1 market data provides all of the information needed to trade using most trading systems.
If you trade a price action or indicator based strategy, then Level 1 market data should satisfy your informational needs. Level 1 Data is also sufficient for complex indicators, including Market Profile, Market Balance, Delta Divergence etc. If you are not doing Depth of Market Trading, Level 1 data is all you need. Scalpers who trade based on changes in how other traders are bidding and offering, will need Level 2 Market Data.

Level 2 Real Time Data from NSE, BSE & MCX

This type of quotation system is a step up from the Level 1. Data providers offer Level 2 market data at a premium to Level 1. It offers extra information that is neither useful for normal day traders nor for long term investors. Level 2 market data is also known as the ‘order book’. Level 2 market data shows the trader a bigger picture of the market order flow. This because it shows the orders that are currently pending for the market. It is also known as the ‘depth of market’ (DOM) or ‘market depth’. This is because it shows the number of shares or lots that are available at each bid and ask prices. In Level 1, the trader was only able to see the best prices for buying and selling. He could not look any deeper into the details of other less competitive orders on the system. The distribution of noncompetitive orders is important to institutional investors who plan to buy or sell large blocks of shares. Depending on the exchange the level of market depth (of the order book) can be 5, 10 or 20 levels. Normally the level of depth is 5 for Level 2, Real Time Data from NSE, BSE & MCX.

How can Level 2 Market Data be Viewed ?

Market depth data can be viewed on a separate Level 2 window or on a price ladder. Because market depth is in real time, it changes constantly throughout the trading session. A “Price Ladder” or “DOM Display” shows each price level in the middle column. The number of buyers at each price level on the left, and the number of sellers on the right.
Another way to view market depth is to overlay it on a price chart, as shown in “Charting depth” (below). This is the same data that would appear on a Level 2 window or DOM. The only difference between the two is the visual presentation. In this example, the levels of market depth are displayed over the right-hand side of a price chart, next to the various prices.
Green bars represent the buy orders. The size of each green bar reflects the relative number of shares or lots that buyers would like to purchase. Red bars indicate market participants who want to sell. The size of each red bar reflects the number of shares or lots that traders would like to sell.

Level 3 Real Time Data from NSE

NSE Real-Time Data also provides a 20 level deep order book. Actually, this is a subset of the Level 2 Data, known as Level 3. Here, Level 2 provides market depth data up to 5 best bid and ask prices. Level 3 provides market depth data up to 20 best bid and ask prices. Everything else in Level 3, is the same as Level 2. More details of the various Levels Provided by NSE can be obtained from the NSE Website (Data Vending Info).

Tick By Tick Real Time Data from NSE

The Tick by Tick Feed is provided by the NSE. This feed consists of each and every order or a change in the order. It includes:-
  • A new order accepted & added to the order book
  • Any order canceled
  • Or, any order modified and added to order book. It contains the new and old image (i.e. price and quantity) of the order.
  • Trade – when any order is fully or partially executed.
  • Market Orders added to the book
  • Fully or Partially Traded Market Orders
This feed sends a huge amount of data. For just one symbol, say, the NIFTY future, the number of trades goes to 200 – 300 trades per second.
And this much data is not easy to handle. It also needs better applications to churn out meaningful information from this data. This feed works best on collocated servers and LAN of the exchange. If you required this feed at your location, from a data vendor, you would need a leased line and also a specific software different from Amibroker or NinjaTrader, which is able to crunch the huge data flowing from the exchange with micro second-time stamps. And if you were able to do that, you would also need to be able to trade instantly. Therefore, this feed is not for the retails traders or fund houses. This feed is best suited for High-Frequency Trading (HFT) with servers co-located at the exchange.

Main Difference between Level 1 and Level 2 Market Data?

If you are a new trader, then you only need level I market data. You can always add Level II data, later, if you wish. Level 1 market data provides all of the trading information that is needed to display the Price Charts. This is what you will use to perform Analysis and make trading decisions. For many traders, watching the constant flurry of changing bids and ask Prices on the Level 2 will result in information over-load. This could actually have a detrimental effect as opposed to a positive one.

Can Level 2 Data be useful?

Yes, because it not only shows, where the price is now but where it is likely to be in the near future. Some trading strategies might require Level 2 market data. Typically, this data be used in a scalping strategy, where traders take advantage of short-term patterns are seen in the bidding/offering activities of other traders. Also, for example, if a big fund wished to sell 5 crore shares in a medium-sized company. Using level 1 data, they may see that the highest bid price on the market is Rs.2000 for 50k shares. The fund manager will now know that they can sell their first 50k shares at Rs. 2000. However, the fund managers will have to accept less in order to shift the rest of their holding. Therefore they would then trade at the next best bid price, and so on, receiving marginally less for their shares each time they exhaust an order in the market place. It would, therefore, benefit the fund manager to be able to assess how quickly the competitiveness of the bid prices trail off before they place a large block of shares for sale. This is called – being able to see the ‘depth’ of the market. If the competitive orders are thin on the ground then they may decide to delay their the sale or only sell a small batch. As a result of strong demand; the fund may be able to offload its shares without moving the share price down too much and achieving the best deal for their account holders.


This demonstrates why level 2 data is quite pointless for your average day trader. Trading in such small quantities will rarely exhaust the bid price or offer price which they could see on level 1. Other than very large institutions, the only other viable market participant who could fully utilize such data would be a high-speed, automatic trading the algorithm which pays extremely low commissions. Hope, I have been able to give you an insight on the various Levels of RealTime Market Data & their implications in trading.
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Best Trading Strategies for Nifty Futures

A directory prospect is a derivative, similar to a stock future, whose value is dependent on the value of the underlying, in this case, the index like the S&P CNX Nifty or BSE Sensex, and market profile trading strategies.
By making a trade-in inventory bank nifty future, an investor is buying and selling the basket of stocks comprising the index, in their respective weights.
Stock index futures are traded in terms of order flow trading strategies. Each treaty would be to either purchase or sell a limited value of the index. The amount of the deal would be the lot size multiplied by the index value.
About Nifty futures
Nifty futures are index futures where the order flow underlying is the S&P CNX Nifty index. In India, bank nifty futures trading initiated in 2000 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE).
For auction market theory contracts, the permitted lot size is 50, and in multiples of 50. Like additional destinies contracts, Nifty fortunes treaties also have a three-month trading progression -- the near-month, the next month and the far-month.
After the expiry of the near-month contract, a replacement lease of three-month duration would be introduced on subsequent trading day. Investors can trade Nifty futures by having a margin amount in their account. This margin may be a percentage of the contract value. It's usually about 10-12 per cent.
Why do you have to choose them?
Hedging. In simple terms, hedging may be a strategy that helps limit losses. Exposure to stock is like exposure to an index. this is often because most stocks move in tandem to the market. Exposure to index futures helps hedge this risk — speculative gains. If you're sure about future market movements, you'll make profits through index futures. If you bullish on the market buy index futures. If bearish, you ought to sell index futures.
How do they work?
You enter into a Nifty derivative instrument at a specified index value. On the expiry of the agreement, the investor's profits would be the difference between the extent of the index on expiry and therefore, the level laid out in the derivative instrument at the time of purchase.
Strategies to Follow:
Small stock, extended index futures.
There are times once you sell the capital, but there's an upside within the market, thus leading to potential lost profits. Index futures assist you in mitigating this risk. By buying index futures once you are short on the stock, you'll minimise the number of potential benefits lost: equity portfolio, quick index futures. There are times once you own a portfolio and are uncomfortable about market conditions. You'll hedge this risk by selling index futures. The concept vests on the very fact that each collection has index exposure and risks are accounted for by fluctuations within the index.
Long Stock, Short Index Futures Suppose you're long 500 shares of Reliance Industries at the worth of Rs 1,000 per share; spot Nifty is at 5,000; and Nifty futures is at 5,020. To protect your Rs 5 lakh (Rs 500,000) position from a market downturn, you would like to sell 100 Nifty futures. Suppose on the expiry date; the spot/futures Nifty is at 4,750 (5 per cent fall). On closing, both the positions, you'd earn Rs 2,000. Your job in Reliance Industries would have dropped by Rs 25,000, and therefore the short Nifty would have gained Rs 27,000 [i.e., 100 x (5,020-4,750)] Short Stock, Long Index Futures Suppose you're short 400 shares of Infosys Technologies at the worth of Rs 2,500 per share; spot Nifty is at 5,000; and Nifty futures is at 5,050. To protect your Rs 10 lakh (Rs 1 million) position from a market upside, you would like to shop for 200 Nifty futures. If on expiry, the spot/futures Nifty is at 5,250 (5 per cent rise), on closing both positions, you lose nothing. Your job in Infosys would end in a loss Rs 50,000, and therefore the short Nifty would have gained Rs 50,000 [i.e., 200x(5,250-5000)] Hedging Portfolio Risk Suppose the spot Nifty is at 5,000 and consequently the three-month Nifty futures at 5,015. To guard a portfolio of Rs 5 lakh (Rs 500,000) from a drop by the market, you would like to sell 100 December Nifty futures. Suppose on the expiry date; the spot/futures Nifty is at 4,500 (10 per cent fall). Your hedging strategy would earn you a profit of Rs 51,500[i.e., 100x(5,015-4500)], which compensates you for the Rs 50,000 (10 per cent) fall in your portfolio.
Costs Inherent With Trading Strategies:
There's a reason professional traders once only employed active trading strategies. Not only does having an in-house brokerage reduce the prices related to high-frequency trading, but it also ensures better trade execution. Lower commissions and better performance are two elements that improve the profit potential of the strategies. Significant hardware and software purchases are typically required to implement these strategies successfully. additionally, to real-time market data, these costs make active trading somewhat prohibitive for the individual trader, although not altogether unachievable This is why passive and indexed strategies that take a buy-and-hold stance offer lower fees and trading costs, also as smaller taxable events within the event of selling a profitable position. Still, passive strategies cannot beat the market since they hold a broad market index. Active traders seek 'alpha', in hopes that trading profits will exceed costs and bring a successful long-term strategy.
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Tata Steel continues its winning spree with gains over a percent today

Tata Steel continues its winning spree with gains over a percent today
Shares of Tata Steel climbed over a percent on BSE in early trade on December 26 and looked on course to extend their winning run into the seventh session in a row.
The scrip has been on a gaining spree after reports emerged that the company may announce restructuring of the domestic business to unlock value.
CNBC-TV18 reported on December 18, citing sources, that Tata Steel may form 4 verticals which are long products, mining, Tata Steel and Tata Steel Utilities & Services.
The Tata Group company may look at restructuring listed companies Tata Metaliks and Tata Sponge which both may be named Tata Steel Long Products, sources said, adding the company may look at restructuring Tinplate in future.
On December 17, Citi had upgraded Tata Steel to ‘buy’ from ‘sell’, as the global financial firm expects global steel prices to rise.
“We are expecting global steel prices to rise on the greater likelihood of China easing and potential demand upside in the rest of the world and India. Further volatility in margins should ease as China’s supply additions would end in 2020, and we don’t expect a sharp deceleration in China demand at least until the mid-decade,” Citi said.
As of December 24 close, shares of Tata Steel have dropped over 11 percent on BSE in Calendar 2019.
The scrip was 1.46 percent up at Rs 469.65 on BSE around 10:10 hours IST.
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Vodafone Idea surges 14% on narrowed Q3 losses

Vodafone Idea surges 14% on narrowed Q3 losses
Consolidated revenue from operations rose marginally to ₹11,089 crore in Q3
The company recorded exceptional expenses worth ₹52.8 crore for AGR dues
Shares of Vodafone Idea Ltd on Friday surged 14% after the company’s losses narrowed in the December quarter to ₹6,438.8 crore from the ₹50,922 crore loss posted in July-September.
At 0946 am, the shares were 11% higher at ₹5 apiece on the BSE, while benchmark Sensex was up 0.35% at 41,604.37 points.
The company recorded exceptional expenses worth ₹52.8 crore for adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues in the December quarter. It had made provisions worth ₹44,150 crore for these dues in the September quarter.
Vodafone Idea’s consolidated revenue from operations rose to ₹11,089 crore in October-December from ₹10,844 crore in the second quarter, driven by an addition of 8.3 million 4G users in the quarter. Revenue in the corresponding quarter last year was higher at ₹11,764.8 crore.
The telecom major had reported its highest ever quarterly loss in the three month period ended 30 September, after it accounted for most of the liabilities related to adjusted gross revenue (AGR) in the preceding quarter itself.
Vodafone Idea, a joint venture between Britain’s Vodafone and billionaire Kumar Mangalam Birla-backed Idea Cellular, is the worst hit from the Supreme Court’s ruling on AGR dues.
The apex court will on Friday hear a modification plea filed by Vodafone Idea Ltd, Bharti Airtel Ltd and Tata Teleservices seeking more time to pay AGR dues to the DoT.
Vodafone has the highest AGR dues amounting to ₹50,000 crore, while Sunil Mittal led telco have to pay ₹35,586 crore to the DoT. Tata Teleservices, which sold its mobile services business to Airtel, has dues worth ₹14,000 crore. Jio owes ₹60 crore as it started operations only in 2016.
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Stocks to Watch: NTPC, Infosys, Adani Ports, Mahindra & Mahindra, Gujarat Gas

Stocks to Watch: NTPC, Infosys, Adani Ports, Mahindra & Mahindra, Gujarat Gas
NTPC : The state-owned company sought two-to-three-year extension of deadline to install emission-cutting equipment at some plants, according to a Reuters report. The request means that one of India’s biggest power producer is pressuring the Centre to delay emissions targets for a second time, citing costs and technical difficulties.
Infosys : Asia’s second largest IT services company will announce its earnings for the third quarter ending December on Friday. Shares of the company were under pressure on Tuesday ahead of its earnings. The stock ended down nearly 1.5% at ₹727.75 on the BSE on Tuesday. Investors may continue to watch this space in today’s trade.
Gujarat Gas : Credit rating agency Crisil reaffirmed long-term rating for the company’s bank loan facilities worth ₹2,350 crore at AA+ with a stable outlook. Crisil’s rating for term loan from HDFC Bank Ltd and State Bank of India was at AA+ with a stable outlook for the gas company.
Adani Ports : Acquisition of Krishnapatnam Port Company Ltd (KPCL) by Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ) will increase the latter’s market share and diversity, Moody’s Investors Service said on Tuesday. APSEZ will acquire 75% stake in debt-laden KPCL located in Andhra Pradesh for ₹5,625 crore in an all-cash deal.
NBCC : The state-owned building construction company, after market hours on Tuesday, said it secured business worth of ₹1,090.53 crore during December 2019.
Realty Firms : Home sales improved marginally in 2019, while office leasing hit a record high during the year despite the overall slowdown in the economy and weak consumer sentiment, according to a report by property consultancy firm Knight Frank India. The residential segment saw a growth of 1% to 245,861 units in 2019.
Mahindra & Mahindra : The auto company, after market hours on Wednesday, said credit rating agency CARE reaffirmed long-term rating on bank loan facilities at AAA with a stable outlook. The short-term rating was reaffirmed at A1+ by the agency.
RBL Bank : Six employee unions will go on a nationwide bank strike today due to various demands and issues. In a regulatory filing after market hours on Tuesday, the private lender said the strike, that will take place at an industry level due to the demands made, may affect the operations of some branches of the bank. Separately, state-owned Corporation Bank also said its operations may get affected due to the strike.
Thomas Cook India : The travel and leisure company said it has entered into a long-term agreement with Experience Hub, the trade and promotion arm of Yas Island Abu Dhabi. The pact will boost tourism at the destination and will further engage the India market for the destination in 2020.
Muthoot Finance : The company, in a regulatory filing on Tuesday, said Managing Director George Alexander Muthoot was mercilessly attacked by criminals at the instance of Centre of Trade Unions (CITU), while he was on his way to the headquarters of the company in Kochi on Tuesday.
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Derivatives future and options

Derivatives future and options
Derivatives future and options
Being a developing nation Indian stock market a being very shallow in late ’90s. In early 2000 India introduces the exchange-traded derivatives on NSE and BSE both. With the emergence of futures trading on NSE India witnessed huge spike in trading volumes and major chunk of new participants entered in the market. During 2000-2008 Bull Run Indian traders make a huge amount of money in futures and options trading.
It’s been 20 years since the derivatives have emerged in India and we have seen a lot of informed traders are trading derivatives market as their full-time career and many also based trading systems have been introduced in recent past. ? So why anyone needs to understand the derivatives and how it will going to help in improvising the trading strategies and profit margin we’ll try to understand this in this article.

Let first try to understand what are derivatives??

Derivatives are the financial instrument which derives its value from the performance of some underlying assets. Any assets whose value are uncertain and cannot be determined can be an underlying asset for derivatives. For example, if we say what will be the value of Nifty in next trading session, intrinsically it is difficult to say where nifty trade will tomorrow at 1 P.M. So two people who hold the opposite view about Nifty can make bet on the moment on nifty and make a contract on this assumption. In derivatives scenario, these types of contracts are known as Futures Contract. Futures market follows the zero-sum game rule, which means one person loss will be the profit of other, financial assets such as share possess some value they create wealth but profit and loss from the derivatives market is being generated from the pocket of traders who are in a trade.

What is the importance of derivatives markets?

  1. Derivative makes Market EfficientDerivative market helps in replicating the underlying asset payoff. The price of underlying and its derivatives will remain in equilibrium which reduces the arbitrage opportunities in the market.
  2. Price Discovery – Derivative helps in determine the correct price for the shares and commodities. Financial markets are affected by all the major news around the world. How the trades interpret this information the prices of stocks keep on changing and helps in discovering the right price.
  3. Counterparty Risk – Derivative market reduces the counterparty risk as exchanges are very strict on margin norms, they take upfront margin from both the parties based on the volatility of stock so that counterparty fulfills their obligations.
There are different types of derivative contract such as forward future options, swaps, floor, and collar, etc. However, the most preferred derivative instruments are futures and options.
Most of the traders all over the world trade in options markets. In India, we have also witnessed that a large number of traders are trading in options markets. Although options trading is the most difficult and complex in all the above derivatives.
Let’s try to understand the options market.
Whenever we talk about directional trading, people are more fascinated towards options trading as it required very less capital and can generate a higher return. But as we discussed option trading and understating is not that much easy to implement. In the option market, there are basically two instruments which trader’s trader – which are known as Call option and Put options. Call options increase in value when the market goes upside and decrease in value market falls. On the other side, put options increase in value when the market falls and decrease in value when the market rise. With these, there are other complications which are attached to options which are known as Option Greeks, such as.
Delta – shows the rate of change of premium with respect to change in option premium. For example, if Nifty rises from 11000 to 11100 how much the value of call and put options increase and decrease in value respectively that is determined by delta. • Theta – show the decrease in value of an option due to passage of time, if the time to expiry is high means the expiry date is for the option value decrease is less but as we approach the expiry value of option started decreasing at an increasing rate.
Vega – shows the change in option premium with respect to change in volatility of the option. Option premium is also affected by an increase or decrease in the volatility of the market, higher the volatility the option premium will tends to be high and vice versa. • Gamma – Show the rate of change of Delta with respect to change in the underlying price. • Rho – Rho signifies the change in option premium with respect to change in interest rate in the economy.
Let’s take an example to understand options working.
Nifty is trading at 11000 and 11100 CE is trading at Rs.55. and the expiry is on 31st Oct. We are expecting that market will reach 11600 by the end of 31st Oct 2019.
Scenario 1. Nifty reaches at 11600 on 31 Oct 2019. Instead of buying the future contract we bought the call option of 11100 at 55.00. So we have paid Rs. 55 from our pocket that’s our outflow [i.e 55*75(75 is the lot size defined by exchange) = Rs.4125. (Total Investment).
First we need to cover out cost to be in profit.
So Strike price + Premium will be our break-even point in this case. i.e 11100 + 55 = 11155. We will start making money when the nifty will start trading above 11155.00 in our case. On 31st Oct Nifty trades above 11155 and closes at 11600 as we expected. P&L = 11600-11155 = 445 (So we earned 445 point on this trade. i.e = 445 *75 = Rs. 33,375.00 So with our expectation be right we make profit of 33,375 with just investing only Rs.4125.
Scenario 2. Nifty goes opposite to our view and closes at 10800. In this case, we didn’t close above 11155 which is our break-even point and we know that if the market goes the price of put options rise and price of call option falls. So, in this case, we’ll lose money. We will lose amount only equivalent to the amount paid which is equal to Rs.4125.00
Scenario 3. Nifty remains at 11000 only. In this case, when the market closes at the same price, the theta will play an important role here, as the expiry comes near our option value which we have bought at Rs.55 will start to decay and it will become zero if the market closes to below 11155. As in our case if stay at 11000 we’ll again loses money as it stays below 11115 and that will again be equal to Rs.4125.
The above calculation shows the simplest working of options trading, there is more and more complex addition to it.
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Stocks to Watch: Jet Airways, MTNL, IIFL Securities, SBI, ONGC

Stocks to Watch: Jet Airways, MTNL, IIFL Securities, SBI, ONGC
Jet Airways : Three potential buyers have joined the race to bid for collapsed Jet Airways (India) Ltd, which includes the Hinduja Group, Synergy Group controlled by 69-year-old Bolivia-born billionaire Germán Efromovich, and a Dubai-based fund, according to a Mint report. Lenders have stipulated that the bids have to come in by 15 January, and are unwilling to extend the deadline any more following repeated extensions.
MTNL : State-run telecom firm MTNL has started the process to monetise assets worth ₹23,000 crore as it aims to turn profitable in the next fiscal year, according to a PTI report. The company has identified the assets that can be monetised and has received interest from 14,387 employees for the voluntary retirement scheme (VRS). With the completion of asset monetisation and VRS, MTNL expects to turn profitable in the next fiscal.
IIFL Securities : Ace stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala bought 27.85 lakh shares of IIFL Securities on Thursday at an average price of ₹42.83 per share, according to BSE bulk deal data. The total value of the purchase is about ₹12 crore.
SBI and Union Bank of India : The country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) and Union Bank of India are looking to sell their non-performing loans totalling ₹2,836 crore to banks, asset reconstruction companies and other financial institutions, according to a PTI rpeort. While SBI has put on sale ₹1,554.87 crore of three assets, state-run Union Bank of India has invited bids to sell 11 NPAs worth ₹1,280.87 crore.
Marico : Homegrown fast-moving consumer goods major, Marico Ltd., on Thursday said that a weak performance in its coconut and hair oils portfolio marginally dragged domestic volume growth during the third quarter, even as it witnessed a strong growth in its cooking oils and foods portfolio. Category growths across personal care remained under pressure, while foods and allied categories fared relatively better, the company said in a regulatory filing.
ONGC : State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) on Thursday walked away with all the seven oil and gas blocks on offer in the latest bid round that saw just eight bids coming in. The latest licensing round for allowing companies to explore for oil and natural gas was held on revamped terms but saw only ONGC and Oil India Ltd participating in it. ONGC put in bids for all the seven blocks on offer, while OIL put in an offer for one block at the close of bidding on October 31, 2019.
HAL : State-run defence company Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) and Wipro 3D, the metal additive manufacturing business of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering, on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to design, develop, test, manufacture, and repair of aerospace components using metal additive technology.
Shriram Transport Finance : The company will hit the market with a Non-Convertible Debenture (NCD) issue on 6th Jan. The issue has a base size of ₹200 crore with the company retaining the option to keep up to ₹1,000 crore in case of oversubscription. The NCD will be offered at different interest rates depending on the tenor and interest payment frequencies. The highest rate for annual interest is 9.10% for a 7-year tenor.
Telecom stocks: The Telecom Regulatory Authourity of India (Trai) has floated a new consultation paper seeking views on net neutrality and traffic management practices used by telcos and Internet service providers. The move comes over two years after the Trai had recommended net neutrality rules that had backed an open internet.
Banking stocks : Banks’ credit and deposits grew by 7.1% and 10% to ₹99.47 lakh crore and ₹130.08 lakh crore in the fortnight ended December 20, according to the latest Reserve Bank data. In the year-ago fortnight, banks’ advances stood at ₹92.87 lakh crore, while deposits were at ₹118.16 lakh crore.
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Foundation knowledge to invest in stock market in India

Hello everyone, I thought many of us are willing to invest in stocks or the stock market in India but are unaware where and how to begin. I am posting about the basic details:

Basically, we have exchanges which provide us a platform to deal in stocks. Definition of exchange: Open, organized marketplace where buyers and sellers negotiate prices.
There are a total of 21 stock exchanges in India, with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) being the largest. For commodities we have MCX and NCDEX
Well, the first step, talking in India you need a demat account. Now what is that:
An account that holds all the shares that you purchase in electronic or dematerialized form. Basically, a demat account is to your shares what a bank account is to your money. Like the bank account, a demat account holds the certificates of your financial instruments like shares, bonds, government securities, mutual funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Now with that definition, let me elaborate you need a demat account only if you are willing to deal in Shares that too taking the delivery or holding the shares for T+1 day. If you want to invest in other than stock market you need a demat. BUT if you are planning only intraday or day trading; you don’t need a demat account. YOU NEED ONLY TRADING ACCOUNT.
How to open a demat account?
Choose a broker on parameters: brokerage charges, annual charges and leverage provided. Fill up a form; submit documents like PAN CARD, CANCEL CHEQUE, ID PROOF, and INCOME PROOF (BANK STATEMENT OR ITR) AND INVESTMENT OR MARGIN CHEQUE.
Margin is your investment amount that you are investing and leverage is the limit you get on it. Let’s say you have 10,000/- to invest that is your margin and leverage is limit that broker provides for trading. Like if he gives you 4 times limit that means you can make a trade where you will need a margin of 40,000/-
Why? Because broker make commission on turnover more turnover you make in buy and sell more profit he makes.
You have types of orders at trading platform or the terminal:
CNC (Cash n Carry): For delivery based equity trades. To buy stocks for CNC or for delivery 100% money required. To sell stocks as CNC, stocks need to be available in holdings.
MIS (Margin intraday square off): For intraday trades Trade using MIS for additional leverage/margin. All MIS positions auto-squared off 10 to 15 minutes before close of markets or when losses exceed 50% of margin (Auto-square off rule can vary based on market conditions).
NRML (Normal F&O trades): For intraday/overnight F&O trades without additional leverage. Exchange stipulated margins, positions taken as NRML can be held until expiry, provided required margins maintained.
Types of Orders:
You can trade in equity. In equity you have:
  1. Cash Trading or Cash Market: In this buying or selling of securities is done by providing the capital needed to fund the transaction without relying on the use of margin. Cash trading is achieved using a cash account, which is a type of brokerage account that requires the investor to pay for securities within two days from when the purchase is made.
  2. Derivative: It is the financial market for derivatives, financial instruments like futures contracts or options, which are derived from shares or cash segment only.

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Forex trading simplifies everything, there’s no clearing fees, no exchange fees, no government fees, no brokerage fees, no middlemen. The elimination of the middlemen gets the traders closer to the actual trade and makes the traders responsible for their pricing. The brokers are usually paid through a service called “bid-ask spread”.
The Forex market is open 24 hours a day. Opening on Monday morning (in Australia) and closing in the afternoon (in New York). This is great for traders that can trade all day long or in parts. You can choose the times that are convenient for your trading, day-night, when you eat or when you sleep, whenever you want.
In Forex trading you can minimize the risk by depositing a small amount that will control a larger contract value. This is controlled by leverage and can make you profitable in the Forex market. If a broker gives 50 to 1 leverage it means that with $50 deposit you can buy or sell with $2500. If you put $500, you can trade with $25,000. All this needs to be done with great risk management because high leverage can easily lead to great loss, as well as great profit.
The Forex market is huge and therefore also very liquid. This means that on every buys or sell that you make, there will be someone who will take the other side of the trade. You will never be grounded because there’s no one on the other side.
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Jet Airways slips over 12% as bourses impose trading restrictions

NEW DELHI: Shares of Jet AirwaysNSE -15.32 % tanked over 12 per cent in early trade on Thursday after stock exchanges decided to impose restrictions on trading in the airline shares from June 28 as part of preventive surveillance measures to curb excessive volatility.

The scrip was trading 12.60 per cent down at Rs 97.70 on NSE at around 9.34 am (IST), while it was trading 12.73 per cent lower at Rs 96.35 on BSE at around the same time.

In a circular, NSE said shares of the company would be shifted from “Rolling Segment to Trade for Trade Segment, wherein the settlement in the scrip will take place on gross basis with 100 per cent upfront margin and 5 per cent price band”.

The decision has been taken jointly by the exchanges and would be effective from June 28, it said.

According to the circular, exchanges have been seeking clarification from the company in the recent past with respect to various rumours floating in the market. However, the company has failed to provide prompt responses and the responses received are not clear and satisfactory.

With regard to declaration of financial results for the year ended March 2019, Jet Airways earlier said that it is not in position to consider and approve the audited financial results for FY19.

“There are concerns with regard to continuity of flow of information about the company which is very vital for the appropriate price discovery in the scrip. Hence, trading in the scrip may not reflect the actual status of the company,” NSE said in a circular.
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Indian Financial Sector

The Department of Financial Services has asked heads of all PSBs to initiate the process of reforming their boards in line with governance changes announced by finance minister as part of the mega banking reform package. The letter asked the banks to form a risk management committee, and to combine the nomination and remuneration committees.
-Economic Times
The Government approved Rs 9,300 crore fund infusion in IDBI Bank to help improve the bank's capital base and turn it profitable.
-Econonic Times
Indian Bank expects to complete the merger with Allahabad Bank by the end of current fiscal, Indian Bank MD Padmaja Chunduru told.
-Business Line
According to a report from Credit Suisse, meaningful cost synergies from PSB mergers are unlikely, given the limited flexibility on restructuring and rationalisation.
-Business Line
Former finance minister P Chidambaram was remanded to 2 more days of CBI custody by a Delhi court in the INX Media corruption case. He will remain in the custody till Sep 5, as the Supreme Court ordered earlier in the day.
-Business Line
The gross bad loans of banks are expected to come down marginally to Rs 9.1 lakh crore by the end of the current financial year, according to a study by Assocham-Crisil. Indian banks' gross NPAs stood at Rs 9.4 lakh crore as on March 31, 2019, said the report.
-Business Line.
The shipyard controlled by Anil Ambani is facing the prospect of bankruptcy after failing to get creditors’ approval for restructuring Rs 7,000 crore of debt, people familiar with the matter said. India’s bankruptcy tribunal will consider putting Reliance Naval & Engineering Ltd. in bankruptcy on Wednesday as no new repayment plan was submitted after lenders led by IDBI Bank rejected an earlier offer in July, the news source said.
-Economic Times
The BSE benchmark Sensex crashed nearly 770 points and the NSE Nifty tumbled over 225 points on Sep 3 due to panic sell-offs across the board as investors fretted over deepening economic crisis and ever-lasting global trade tussle. A slew of recent macroeconomic data on GDP, core sectors and auto sales are pointing towards a deepening economic rout in the country.
-The Hindu
USD/INR 72.39
Sensex 36562.91(-769.88)
Nifty 10797.9 (-225.35)
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Sensex, Nifty scale fresh record highs; bank, auto stocks lead

NEW DELHI: The season of record highs is back on D-Street.

Benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty hit fresh record highs on Wednesday within half hour of opening trade led by gains in banking and auto stocks. Hopes of a possible rate cut by the RBI along with firm cues from the global markets kept market buoyant today.

The mood was further bolstered by strengthening rupee which was trading 13 paise higher in the following sustained inflows by foreign institutional investors.

At around 9:30 am, the BSE sensex was up 168.80 points, or 0.43 per cent at 39,225.45. While NSE Nifty rallied 43.65 points, or 0.37 per cent at 11,756.85.

Among Nifty stocks, 32 stocks advanced while 18 declined.

In the Sensex pack, 23 stocks traded in the green while seven in the red. Tata Steel topped the leaderboard surging, 1.61 per cent, as S&P Global Ratings revised Tata Steel’s outlook to positive on expectations of stable steel prices, reduced chances of acquiring bankrupt Bhushan Power & Steel and the divestment of its low margin European business.

The index made merry led by strong contribution from banking stocks such as HDFC BankNSE 0.17 %, Kotak Bank, IndusInd BankNSE 2.30 % ..
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Sensex, Nifty trade flat; Maruti slips 1% ahead of Q4 results

NEW DELHI: Domestic benchmark indices opened on a flat note on Thursday, after surging past the 39,000-mark in the previous session, ahead of April F&O expiry.

Asian markets remained lackluster as a surprise deterioration in German business morale rekindled fears of slowing global growth, while oil prices pulled back slightly after a sharp run-up earlier in the week. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased 0.2 per cent, while Japan's Nikkei average edged up ..

Moreover, the rupee moved below the 70/dollar mark, its weakest since March 11, which capped gains for the market.

Shares of Maruti Suzuki edged down over 1 per cent ahead of Q4 numbers as brokerages estimate the company is likely to post a fall in net profit for the third straight quarter.

At the same time, share of Axis Bank traded marginally higher. Brokerages are of the view that the Private lender is likely to swing back into the black in March quarter on the back of strong loan growth and lower provisioning for bad loans.

At around 9:30 am, BSE sensex was up 28 points or 0.07 per cent at 39,083 while NSE Nifty traded near the 11,750 mark at 11,745, up 18.60 points or 0.16 per cent.

"Going ahead, we believe faster retracement of recent corrective phase (11,856–11,565) would reinstate the bullish momentum and set the stage for next leg of up move. Failure to do so would lead to prolonging of consolidation in the broader range of 11,850–11,550 amid stock specific action as Q4FY19 earnings season accelerates ..
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[self post]Struggles of being a small rancher in today's market.

I was asked to put up a self post to spark discussion on the effects of the decisions of our current and past government have are haven't made to held protect and grow small family farms and ranches.
Just a quick back ground on my family operation. I ranch with my wife and my in-laws. We run a commercial cattle (meaning not pure-bred) and raise and train working dogs and horses. I work in heavy industry to offset the farm income and so do both my in-laws with my wife manages the day to day chores,with our kids, and managing the details. She has a degree in agriculture and has experience managing feed lots and auction markets at times she is the differance between paying the bills and going tits up. So I'll just layout some of the large scale problems that are slowly choking out our family operation and many others just like ours.
•the high price of farm land- in the last 5 years we have seen the local price of land almost triple with the local introduction of corporate farms and competing Hutterite Colonies. Land is trading at almost 5 times assessed value which is far outside our earning potential to buy and expand with due to the earning potential of our herd. Cattle don't make near as much as pulse and oilseed crops.
•dwindling national breeding herd- after the BSE scare and resulting price for market animal dropping to record lows a lot of established ranchers sold out decreasing the overall national herd numbers and now with prices for slaughter animals on the rise even if we wanted to increase our herd the price for breeding stock is too high limiting our growth. Herd can't grow we can't buy land to support larger herd sizes.
•feed costs- factors like drought and crops used for bio-fuel (say corn) have increased feed costs to the point where it's not economically sound for us to buy feed. It makes us purchase hay (we can't produce enough ourselves due to not enough land) and seriously effects our bottom line.
•diversification-people say oh well just diversify. Ok sure so we used to sell beef off the ranch quite well however that market out grew us as well. To make a profit we had to start selling our beef at a higher price then stores do. People would love to buy home grown beef but sometimes they have to make hard choices too. Also with Hutterites near by if there is "off the farm goods" to sell they sell it. And cheap.
•input cost- the price for fuel and equipment never stops rising. We operate with older equipment and we do all own own maintenance and at time manufacturing.
•off farm income-it has got to the point where the 3 of us working off the ranch are at the end of the day only keeping our heads above water. We are generating some growth but at times very little. It makes us feel like people in our shoes are the last stand the family farms will ever make. The government won't save us we need subsidies to help balance the scales. It feels like our Government has done nothing to help encourage growth for the smaller players in our sector of the AG industry. I have been told by many people, some tied closely to my local MP, I should just be glad I live in a province where off farm income is available and enough to keep my family going. The advocates for buying local think they are the solution but the market and the margins are too small.
Feel free to ask questions and add there problems and even benefits of being a little guy in agriculture. I'm proud of what we do and dispute our challenges I wouldn't change my life style for the world. We are very proud of our every day accomplishments and sometimes that's just paying the mortgage. But I sure wish we could afford for is all just to stay on the Home Place and do what we were born to do. Ranch.
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Last Week In Indian Economy - For the Week Ending 1st May, 2016

Last Week in Indian Economy

“Ab tak Colgate ka to gate khul gaya, Nestle ka to panchhi urne wala hai, Pantene ka to pant gila hone wala hai, aur do saal me Unilever ka lever kharab ho jayega." - Baba throwing shade at four of Patanjali’s biggest competitors.

Headline Stories

Earnings-Palooza Continues
The festivities for the quarter ending March continued with Airtel reporting a 3% increase in net profits and a subscriber total of 35 million Indians. Airtel’s gain turned out to be Idea’s pain. Shares of Idea traded down after the company reported almost 40% decrease in profits. That had to have hurt. The main event of the week were the banks that were reporting earnings. Profits at Axis Bank fell almost 2% as bad loans went up - it’s the bank’s first decline in quarterly profits in over a decade. ICICI Bank, the country’s largest private sector bank, reported a 76% decline in profits, the sharpest decline of quarterly profits ever in its entire history. Records like that are probably best left unbroken. Just as you breath a sign that after results like those, the worst is probably over - you realize it really isn’t. Both banks said that they expected the amount of bad loans to increase for a few quarters. Shareholders of bank stocks better get used to the pain of being burned by bad loans. Masochist shareholders of bank stocks can relax.
Maruti Suzuki: :’(
Delhi’s odd-even rule has drawn a lot of flak from residents who are being forced to take the bus every other day and smell the smells of the people on the bus. Among those unhappy has to be Maruti Suzuki, India’s biggest car maker. Maruti’s results for the first quarter of 2016 reported a 12% decline in profits. Interestingly, the company cites the Jat reservation agitation as one of the reasons for a fall in profits. But there are also people who are happy with the odd-even rule. Like a 13-year old boy who registered the domain and sold it to carpooling app, Orahi and now attends advisory board meetings at Orahi as a technical expert, presumably right after watching Chota Bheem. Sticking to the theme, chalk this one up as win for the militant environmentalists - Mahindra is planning to build India’s first automobile shredding plant that will focus on destroying 100,000 units of old cars, ships and machines per year. They should upload videos of machines crushing cars to YouTube.
Let’s Pretend Like This Is A Creative Title
Every time there’s technological progress, people piss themselves silly telling everyone that machines will take all our jobs now. That has been happening since the past decade or so and likely started when they invented swords to replace the jobs of all the people who made pointy sticks. But today, there is a special kind of irony when the engineers who make machines and software that replace other people’s jobs start getting replaced by software and machines themselves. One of Infosys’ co-founders says growth in hiring has decreased by 40% over the past 10 years and will likely fall further. And it’s all happening because of automation in the IT industry. There’s only one job available for every five engineers graduating every year. Psh, and they said arts students don’t get jobs. Due to this increased supply and reduced demand, salaries for new hires stayed pretty much the same despite a booming IT industry. Indians who opted for the road less traveled despite family pressure to pursue engineering cannot stop smiling right now.
Last Week In Vijay Mallya’s Life
Not to jump on the bandwagon of hating him because it’s cool now, but that Mallya fellow just can’t stay out of the news media, try as he might. Either that or the news media just can’t stay out of Mallya’s life, and they don’t even try. Brands confiscated by the banks a few weeks ago like ‘Fly the Good Times’ and ‘Fly Kingfisher’ were put on auction for the second time. And for the second time, nobody was stupid enough to make a bid. The minimum price was set at ₹367 crore. It’s safe to say - those brands are poisonous by now. The Supreme Court directed Mallya to declare all his foreign and domestic assets to the banks so they can be better prepared at the negotiations table. Mallya isn’t back in the news. He just never left the news. They also just revoked his passport - and being an MP, he’s even got one of those shiny red diplomatic passports, which is now useless. That last sentence was written before news broke that Mallya had resigned from the Rajya Sabha - so now that shiny red diplomatic passport is really useless.
Bros Again: Reliance and Iran
The Iranian Revolution of 1979 overthrew the ruling dynasty in Iran which was supported by the US. Since this was a matter of internal politics in a sovereign country outside the US territory, the US had to respond, as is tradition - and it promptly imposed economic sanctions, which were recently lifted. Reliance, which has substantial investments in the US, had suspended trade with Iran for fears of being dragged through the mud in the US. But last week, Reliance resumed buying oil from Iran after almost 6 years. Talking about oil - oil prices have crashed the floor and everyone’s predicting the end of Saudi Arabia as we know it. There was even talk about an IPO for Saudi Aramco, the Saudi national oil company, to raise cash and douse the fire lit by falling oil prices. If there is a fire, the kingdom is trying to hide the smoke. Saudi Aramco is now actually looking to expand and buy stakes in Indian petrochemical projects, possibly in a planned oil refinery on the west coast.

Sidebar Stories

  • The presidential elections in the United States are proving to be the best drama series since Breaking Bad. And presidential candidates are all about that minimum wage. Even though the same conversation about minimum wage in India is painted less so with a political brush, last week we managed to increase the minimum wage for workers hired by contractors to ₹10,000 per month.
  • Disclosing your salary to your coworkers can certainly make for some awkward water cooler conversation. But what if you are mandated by law to disclose your salary, not just to your coworkers but to the entire country? An RTI disclosure recently revealed that RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, the guy that basically runs the Indian economy, is paid a gross salary of ₹1.98 lakh per month. Here’s the shocker - he’s not even the highest paid employee at RBI.
  • Warren Buffett, everyone’s favourite billionaire (sorry Bill) recently livestreamed his company’s annual shareholder meeting on Yahoo. During the meeting, he showered praises upon praises on Amazon founder and fellow billionaire, Jeff Bezos. And Jeff deserves that pat on the back - As Amazon reported profits and revenues that crushed expectations back home in the United States, Amazon India surpassed Snapdeal to become the 2nd largest online marketplace in India after Flipkart.
  • Two weeks ago, it was about Japan building India’s first bullet train. But then there’s China who wants to build a second bullet train route in India, possibly a Delhi-Chennai connection. China does have the world’s largest bullet train network that it claims is profitable, but it also has 63% market share in the global fake goods trade (India has 2%). Considering the state of Indian Railways, fake Chinese bullet trains will probably still be an upgrade.

Market Movements

Let’s do the numbers. Since last week:
  • BSE Sensex: ↓ 1.80%
    Week Open: 25,891.03
    Week End: 25,424.03
  • Nifty: ↓ 0.57%
    Week Open: 7,894.80
    Week End: 7,849.80
  • Gold prices: ↑ 4.29%
    Week Open: 29,021
    Week End: 30,266
  • USD / INR: ↓ 0.39%
    Week Open: 66.685
    Week End: 66.425
Stocks that moved heaven and earth:
  • HCL Technologies Ltd. (HCLTECH): ↓ 10.82%
  • State Bank of India Ltd. (SBIN): ↓ 7.46%
  • ICICI Bank Ltd. (ICICIBANK): ↓ 6.12%
The yield on 10-year government bonds fell from 7.470 to 7.437.

Up Next

Important Numbers being released this week:
May 2nd: India Nikkei Manufacturing Index (Apr), Quarterly Results for - HDFC
May 3rd: Quarterly Results for - Adani Ports & SEZ
May 4th: India Nikkei Services Index (Apr)
May 7th: Quarterly Results for - Grasim Industries

Footnote Stories

Amazon is doing great. But Apple has seen better days. It reported a 22% fall in profits for the previous quarter. Its stock is down 15% for the month. It’s so bad that Apple CEO Tim Cook had to go on American TV to remind everyone that it’s still the most profitable company in the world. In India, things are equally grim. Market share of iPhones dropped from 55% a year ago to just 37% today. And Samsung emerged as the leader with a 62% market share. Where are all the apple fanboys now, huh?
In a lot of the developed world, people always call out the top 1%, the richest individuals, to stop evading taxes and pay their fair share. But in India, if you do pay taxes, you are actually the 1%. Government data shows only 1.25 crore Indians paid taxes in 2012-13 which is about 1% of the population.
For the Week Ending 24th April, 2016 Accidentally deleted last week's post. Fat fingers. Ugh.
A similar series titled 'Last Week In Indian Parliament' that aims to summarize the proceedings of the parliament every week was just started by kumbhakaran. Check it out here.
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Believe In Indian Economy...

The following is a timeline on the rise of the SENSEX through Indian stock market history.
1000, 25 July 1990 – On 25 July 1990, the SENSEX touched the four-digit figure for the first time and closed at 1,001 in the wake of a good monsoon and excellent corporate results.
2000, 15 January 1992 – On 15 January 1992, the SENSEX crossed the 2,000 mark and closed at 2,020 followed by the liberal economic policy initiatives undertaken by the then finance minister and Former Prime Minister of India Dr Manmohan Singh.
3000, 29 February 1992 – On 29 February 1992, the SENSEX surged past the 3,000 mark in the wake of the market-friendly Budget announced by Manmohan Singh.
4000, 30 March 1992 – On 30 March 1992, the SENSEX crossed the 4,000 mark and closed at 4,091 on the expectations of a liberal export-import policy. It was then that the Harshad Mehta scam hit the markets and SENSEX witnessed unabated selling.
5000, 11 October 1999 – On 11 October 1999, the SENSEX crossed the 5,000 mark, as the Bharatiya Janata Party-led coalition won the majority in the 13th Lok Sabha election.[4]
6000, 11 February 2000 – On 11 February 2000, the information technology boom helped the SENSEX to cross the 6,000 mark and hit an all-time high of 6,006 points. This record would stand for nearly four years, until 2 January 2004, when the SENSEX closed at 6,026.59 points.[5]
7000, 21 June 2005 – On 20 June 2005, the news of the settlement between the Ambani brothers boosted investor sentiments and the scrips of RIL, Reliance Energy, Reliance Capital and IPCL made huge gains. This helped the SENSEX crossed 7,000 points for the first time.
8000, 8 September 2005 – On 8 September 2005, the Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark 30-share index – the SENSEX – crossed the 8,000 level following brisk buying by foreign and domestic funds in early trading.
9000, 9 December 2005 – The SENSEX on 28 November 2005 crossed 9,000 and touched a peak of 9,000.32 points during mid-session at the Bombay Stock Exchange on the back of frantic buying spree by foreign institutional investors and well supported by local operators as well as retail investors. However, it was on 9 December 2005 that the SENSEX first closed at over 9,000 points.[6]
10,000, 7 February 2006 – The SENSEX on 6 February 2006 touched 10,003 points during mid-session. The SENSEX finally closed above the 10,000 mark on 7 February 2006.
20,000, 11 December 2007 – The SENSEX on 29 October 2007 crossed the 20,000 mark for the first time during intra-day trading, but closed at 19,977.67 points. However, it was on 11 December 2007 that it finally closed at a figure above 20,000 points on the back of aggressive buying by funds.[4]
21,000, 5 November 2010 – The SENSEX on 8 January 2008 crossed the 21,000 mark for the first time, reaching an intra-day peak of 21,078 points, before closing at 20,873.[7] However, it was not until 5 November 2010 that the SENSEX closed at 21,004.96, for its first close above 21,000 points.[8] This record would stand for nearly three years, until 30 October 2013, when the SENSEX closed at 21,033.97 points.[9] 19 February 2013 – SENSEX becomes S&P SENSEX as BSE ties up with Standard and Poor's to use the S&P brand for Sensex and other indices.[10] 13 March 2014 - The SENSEX closes higher than the Hang Seng Index, to become the major Asian stock market index with the highest value, for the first time ever.
22,000, 24 March 2014 – The SENSEX on 10 March 2014 crossed the 22,000 mark for the first time during intra-day trading. However, it was on 24 March 2014 that the index finally closed above the milestone[11] at 22,095.30.[12]
23,000, 9 May 2014 - The SENSEX crossed record 23,000 level for the first time, but close just short of the milestone level, on 9 May 2014. The index would close well above the 23,000 mark during the following session. 12 May 2014 - The SENSEX closed at its record all-time high of 23,551, a rise of 2.42%(+556.77 points) intraday due to continued fund inflows on hopes of a stable government.[13]
24,000, 13 May 2014 - The SENSEX crossed record 24,000 level for the first time, on 13 May 2014 and reached its peak of 24,067.11 due to sustained capital inflows by foreign funds at the domestic bourses and widespread buying by retail investors after exit polls showing the BJP-led NDA forming the government lifted the key indices to new highs.However it closed at a little low at 23,905 points[14]
25,000, 16 May 2014 - The SENSEX crossed record 25,000 level for the first time, on 16 May 2014 and reached its peak of 25,364.71 due to winning of the BJP led NDA government by a staggering record marginal difference of all times. However, it closed well below the 25,000 mark. Still, the index closed at its all-time high of 24,121.74, for its first close above 24,000 points.[15] The SENSEX closed at 25,019.51, for its first close above the 25,000 milestone on 5 June 2014[16]
26,000, 7 July 2014- The SENSEX crossed record 26,000 level for the first time on 7 July 2014 and reached its peak of 26,123.55, before closing slightly lower at 26,100.08, in anticipation of strong reformatory budget by the new government.[17]
27,000, 2 September 2014 - The SENSEX closed at 27,019.39, for its first close above the 27,000 level, on 2 September 2014.[18] This is the sixth 1000-point milestone the index has crossed in 2014, tying a record set in 2007.
28,000, 5 November 2014 - The SENSEX crossed 28,000 mark, on 5 November 2014.[19] One week later, on 12 November 2014, the index would close above the milestone for the first time.[20] This is the seventh 1000-point milestone the index has crossed in 2014, breaking the six 1000-point record set in 2007.
29,272, 23 January 2015 - BSE Sensex today set a new high of
29,408 points and all-time closing high of 29,278.84, up 272.82 points[21]
30,000, 4 March 2015 - The Sensex breaches 30000 mark following steps taken by the Reserve Bank of India in cutting the repo rates.
26 April 2017 - The SENSEX closed at 30,133.35, for its first close above the 30,000 level.[22]
31,000, 26 May 2017- The SENSEX crossed record 31,000 level for the first time on 26 May 2017 and reached its peak of 31,074.07, before closing slightly lower at 31,028.21.[23]
32,000, 13 July 2017 - The SENSEX closed at 32,037.38, for its first close above the 32,000 level, on 13 July 2017.[24]
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