Live Stock Market Updates: Small Cap Stocks Most Affected. Computer stocks in high demand. Adani Gas jumped 5%. Ujjivan’s financial reservoirs 12%
National equity benchmarks started Monday’s session on a positive note amid long buying interest across sectors. Hindalco, Tata Steel, HCL Tech, JSW Steel and Tata Motors were among the top performers. In contrast, Tata Consumer Products, Power Grid, Britannia, HUL and Adani Ports were among the big losers.
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Zydus Cadila Gets USDA Green Light for Arthritis Drug with 180-Day Exclusive
Pharmaceutical company Zydus Cadila announced Monday that it has received final approval from the US health regulator to bring Tofacitinib extended-release tablets, used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, to the US market.
Sebi puts Gemini Edibles IPO on hold at Rs 2,500
After Tata Steel, AMNS India plans to bid for state-owned RINL
Gujarat-based AMNS India is considering bidding for state steelmaker Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) – which has already attracted interest from national giant Tata Steel, according to a PTI report.
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Arvind Fashions jumps 12% on fundraising from reputable investors
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Fundamental choices of the Retail Research Desk at HDFC Securities:
1) Shalby Ltd – Buy in the 185-188 band and add drops to the Rs 166-168 band. Target price – Rs 211-2352) Indoco Remedies Ltd – Buy in the Rs 457-462 band and add more on the drops to the Rs 413-419 band. Course target – Rs 506-540
FTSE 100 advances as commodity stocks surge
London’s FTSE 100 gained on Monday after recording its worst week since February, as shares of energy and mining heavyweights surged on rising commodity prices as investors await key PMI figures to judge the pace of economic growth. The FTSE 100 blue chip rose 0.7% with BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Glencore and Anglo American among the top boosts.
Tata Motors to Launch New Punch SUV During Holiday Season This Year
Roots of economic recovery deepen in July 2021 with continued unblocking: ICRA
ICRA said the continued unlocking across the country was manifested in improved performance of various high-frequency indicators of the industrial and service sector, mobility and toll collection in July 2021.
After a bad listing, Nuvoco Vistas recovers most of its losses
“The company has a strong market share with good brands and decent finances. Investors can hold this stock for the long term thanks to a bullish outlook for the sector and strong market share, ”said Santosh Meena, chief research officer, Swastika. Investmart.
I think we are in the middle of the cycle of this market rally. He’s not on his last legs. The investment cycle will accelerate in the coming years, which will create more jobs and increase consumption.
– Rahul Chadha, Director of Investments at Mirae Asset Global Investments
NSE warns against unregulated platforms offering trading of certain unregulated derivative products called Contracts for Difference (CFDs) / Binary Options
“Investors plagued by promises of high / sky-high returns from these websites / platforms can potentially lose money heavily. such unregulated internet trading platforms, ”NSE said in a statement.
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Affle India Board of Directors meets on August 26 to review stock split
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Dollar retreats from 9-month high as stock rally strengthens sentiment
The dollar index, which measures the currency against six rivals, fell 0.19% to 93.311 from Friday, when it hit 93.734 for the first time since November 4.
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank shares drop 32% in six days
The stock’s steep drop has happened since Nitin Chugh, who joined the bank in August 2019 and was elevated to managing director and CEO in December 2019, resigned, citing reasons personal.
Sensex and Nifty enter the red zone
Rupee gains 13 paise against US dollar at start of trade
Capacit’e Infra hits the bottom circuit after down odds
Shares of Capacit’e Infraprojects hit their lower channel mark at the start of trading on Monday after India Ratings & Research downgraded the company’s long-term ratings.
Sensex and Nifty abandon the gain of the day to trade flat
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Nuvoco Vistas makes weak debut in D-Street, posts 17% discount on issue price
14 large caps need rally of up to 56% to recover 52 week highs
Three stocks – Aurobindo Pharma, Bandhan Bank and ZEE Entertainment – are down 35-36% from their 52-week highs. Adani Green Energy, Lupine, Biocon, Hero MotoCorp and Motherson Sumi are down 25-33% from their recent highs. Other stocks are Adani Ports, IndusTower, Tata Motors, Vedanta, HPCL and MRF, reigning more than 20% below their 52-week highs.
Nuvoco Vistas share will be listed on the stock exchange today
Nuvoco Vistas may witness a lukewarm listing on the exchanges, as suggested by the gray market premium. Nuvoco Vistas’ Rs 5,000 crore IPO was only subscribed 1.71 times, with the retail portion subscribed at 73 percent.
India VIX fear gauge index slips 3% to 13.6075
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HUL, PowerGrid only two Sensex shares in red
Opening bell: Sensex jumps 400 points, Nifty above 16,550; Cadila Healthcare increases by 5%, Voda Idea by 4%
Pre-open session: Sensex wins 300 points, Nifty at 16,580
SGX Nifty reports a late departure
Shrewd futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded 149 points, or 0.91%, up to 16,554.50, signaling that Dalal Street was heading for a late start on Monday.
Tech View: Nifty can test short-term averages
Nifty50’s follow-up selloff on Friday after a ‘Dark Cloud Cover’ reversal candle formed in the previous session suggests that bears are strengthening their grip on the market. Unless Nifty50 bridges Friday’s bearish gap area from the 16,509 to 535 level, the market path will remain bearish.
Japanese stocks open higher after Wall Street gains
Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday after Wall Street firmed, as strong Japanese corporate earnings also fueled investor risk appetite. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index added 0.79%, or 212.67 points, to 27,225.92, while the broader Topix index rose 1.03%, or 19.41 points, to 1 900.09.
US stocks ended higher on Friday
Tech companies led stocks broadly higher on Wall Street on Friday, although the gains weren’t enough to wipe out the market’s losses earlier in the week. The S & P500 index gained 35.87 points to 4,441.67. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 225.96 points, or 0.7%, to 35,120.08. The Nasdaq composite gained 172.87 points, or 1.2%, to 14,714.66. The Dow Jones and the Nasdaq also posted weekly losses.
REITs invest Rs 5,001cr in Indian stocks so far in August
Foreign portfolio investors (REITs) have made a net investment of Rs 5,001 crore so far in August in Indian stocks, according to NSDL data. REITs made a comeback after a net outflow of Rs 11,308 crore in July. With the August investments, the REIT’s net investment in the equity segment in 2021 now stands at Rs 54,037 crore.
Rupee drops 15 paise to close at 74.39 against the dollar
On Friday, the rupee fell 15 paise to close at 74.39 (provisional) against the US currency, reflecting a sluggish trend in domestic stocks and the strengthening of the US currency in the overseas market. In the interbank foreign exchange market, the national currency opened lower at 74.38 against the US dollar and eventually settled at 74.39
Sensex, owl on Friday
The benchmark stock indexes closed more than half a percent lower on Friday, with steel stocks under pressure to sell as a sharp drop in iron ore futures across the world spooked investors. investors. The rampant spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant and faltering global growth prospects have also prevented traders from investing heavily in riskier assets. At the closing bell, the S&P Sensex BSE was down 300 points or 0.54% to 55,329 while the Nifty 50 fell 118 points or 0.71% to 16,451.