Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Asian Shares Mostly Climb As Investors Digest Regional Earnings And A Stronger Dollar

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Asian shares were mostly higher in early Wednesday trade as investors digested earnings releases from regional corporates and a resurgent Dollar.

Japan's Nikkei 225 edged down 0.03 percent, with gains in most tech stocks offset by losses in auto names. South Korea's Kospi rose 0.67 percent as markets returned from a public holiday.

Australia's S&P/ASX 200 gained 0.07 percent, as steep gains in the energy sub-index, which was up by 3.26 percent, were offset by declines in the health care, information technology, and financial sub-indexes.

US July retail sales rose 0.6 percent, which was stronger, than the 0.4 percent forecast. Meanwhile, retail sales for the month of June were revised upwards to reflect a 0.3 percent gain from a previously recorded 0.2 percent decline.

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Spices (Jeera & Turmeric) Trade Today - Nifty Future Tips

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NCDEX Jeera for Sep delivery contract closed lower on Monday mainly on profit booking. The prices have been trading in a range on reports lower arrivals in Gujarat on expectation of damage to stored jeera due to heavy rains but lower export demand.

Turmeric futures for Sep delivery fall more than 1.8% on Monday as market participants initiated fresh selling tracking weak spot market and good sowing progress. Moreover, forecast of good rains in coming weeks in south may keep the prices under pressure. After good start to turmeric sowing in Telangana, acreage under turmeric, as on 9th August, down 2.3% to 44,299 hectares as compared to last year acreage of 43,315 hectares.


We expect Jeera futures expected to trade sideways to higher today on expectation of good physical demand and diminishing stocks. However, profit booking at higher levels may restrict the price rise.

Turmeric futures expected to trade lower on expectation of further corrections from higher levels due to forecast of good rains in south India.

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Cotton / Kapas Futures Are Expected Trade Sideways To Lower - Equity Trading Tips

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MCX Oct Cotton closed more than 1% down on Monday tracking weak International prices coupled with higher acreage in the country. This is second fall of more than 1% in a week to currently trading at two weeks low. As per latest data from Agricultural Ministry, the area under cotton was at 117.1 lakh ha, up 18.3% on year.


Cotton futures are expected trade sideways to lower on expectation of further corrections due to weak international prices on reports of good production worldwide. However, crop damage from heavy rains in cotton growing areas of Gujarat coupled with pest attack noticed is still concern.

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Nifty To Open gap up by 6 points at 9815: Dynamic Levels

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Nifty to open gap up by 6 points at 9815 against Monday’s close of 9809 as per SGX Nifty, according to a report by Dynamic Levels.

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After five days of consecutive selling, the Indian benchmark Index Nifty showed strength on August 14. The Index closed at 9794 after making a high of 9818. Bank Nifty also remained strong last day.The Index opened at 24051 and closed at 24116 after making a high of 24212. Federal Bank up by 2.98 percent, PNB by 2.03 percent and Yes Bank by 2.25 percent were among the movers in the Banking Index.

The cash market benchmark Index, small cap was up by 2.83 percent on Monday. The Index closed at 7369 after making a high of 7379.

Nifty to open gap up by 6 points at 9815 against Monday’s close of 9809 as per SGX Nifty.

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Market Live: Sensex, Nifty Remain Sluggish Post Green Opening; Pharma, FMCG Gain

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The drag was led by a fall in banks, while pharmaceuticals and FMCG stocks were in the green.

Jubilant Foodworks, the operator of Domino’s Pizza and Dunkin’ Donuts, gained around 6 percent intraday on Wednesday as investors cheered a target price hike by CLSA.

The global research firm increased the target price on the stock from Rs 1,600 to Rs 1,900, implying an upside of over 18 percent. Further, CLSA also raised the target PE multiple from 55 times to 60 times as well.


Affirming its positive stance is also the increase in same store sales growth (SSSG) and FY19-20 earnings per share (EPS) forecasts by 6-12 percent as well.

$27 Billion Riding On These Top 10 Largest offshore India-Focussed Equity Funds And ETFs

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The total assets of the 10 largest India-focussed offshore funds and ETFs swelled during the quarter ended June 2017 compared with the previous quarter.

It ended the June quarter at USD 27.3 billion compared with USD 25.4 billion in the previous quarter and USD 20.5 billion as of June 30, 2016, Morningstar said in a report.

Positive environment in the domestic markets kept sentiments in the Indian stock markets upbeat, leading almost all the major domestic stock market indexes to surge during the quarter, said the report.

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The S&P BSE Sensex Index moved up by 4.4 percent, although it was lower than the 11.2% appreciation it witnessed in the previous quarter (ended March 2017).

These funds constitute around half of the overall assets of the India-focussed offshore funds and ETF universe. For the June quarter, the list of the 10 largest India-focussed offshore funds and ETFs remained unchanged from the previous quarter.

IShares MSCI India retained its top spot as the largest India-focussed offshore fund and ETF during the quarter. Robust inflows helped the fund’s asset size to grow to USD 5.0 billion from USD 4.7 billion in the previous quarter.

Oil Prices Edge Up on Falling U.S. Crude Inventories, But Global Glut Still Weighs - Nifty Future Tips

Oil prices rose early on Wednesday on a fall in U.S. crude inventories, although analysts said that markets were still being weighed down by general oversupply. Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at $51.01 per barrel at 0023 GMT, up 21 cents, or 0.4 percent, from their last close. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were at $47.70 a barrel, up 15 cents, or 0.3 percent. API oil inventory data for last week was released showing a large 9.2 million barrel decline in crude inventories, while gasoline inventories showed a small build.

U.S. crude inventories fell by 9.2 million barrels in the week to Aug. 11 to 469.2 million, industry group the American Petroleum Institute said on Tuesday. That compared with analyst expectations for a decrease of 3.1 million barrels.

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