Tag: Market Edge

  • 22 Sep

    Market Summary for September 22, 2023

    Indian equity markets closed in the green on September 22, 2023, supported by buying in select banking and automobile stocks. Sectors such as pharma, information technology, and metals were the major drags. Options data suggests a sideways to positive momentum in the near term.

  • 22 Sep

    Pharma Sector Sees Bearish Sentiment on September 22

    The pharmaceutical sector is experiencing bearish sentiment on September 22, with profit-booking pressure and short positions in several individual stocks, including Glenmark, Cipla, Alkem, and Dr Reddy's. Analysts believe that the Nifty Pharma Index could see further weakness if it breaks below the 14700-14800 support zone. On the other hand, Aurobindo Pharma is seen as a moderately bullish stock, with strong resistance at the 900 strike price and strong support at the 850 and 860 strike prices. Traders should be cautious and monitor the market closely for any further developments.

  • 19 Sep

    Market Summary for September 18, 2023

    The Indian stock market saw some profit-booking, but the overall sentiment remains positive. The Nifty50 index is expected to hold above 20,000 and the Bank Nifty index above 45,700. The PSU bank sector is expected to outperform. Investors can look to buy on dips in the Nifty50 and Bank Nifty indices, and in PSU bank stocks.

  • 16 Sep

    Institutional Investors Acquire Significant Stakes in Indian Stocks

    Restaurant Brands Asia (RBA), formerly known as Burger King India, saw eight institutional investors pick up nearly 24% equity stake in the company on September 15, 2023. This comes after the promoter, QSR Asia, offloaded more than 25% shareholding. The stock price climbed 6.7% to close at Rs 128.35 on the NSE. The investment by institutional investors is a positive sign for RBA, as it indicates their confidence in the company's long-term growth prospects. RBA is well-positioned to benefit from the growing demand for fast food in India.

  • 16 Sep

    Indian Stock Market Performance in the Third Week of September 2023

    The Indian stock market continued its winning streak in the third week of September 2023, hitting record highs. The rally was supported by positive macro data, continued buying from domestic investors, and a fall in selling by FIIs. Analysts are optimistic about the market in the near term, but investors should monitor global factors and focus on companies with strong fundamentals.

  • 15 Sep

    Nifty50 extends upward journey to 20,200, may test 20,500 soon

    The Nifty50 and Bank Nifty indices are in a bullish trend and may continue to move higher in the coming sessions. However, traders should be cautious and maintain appropriate stop losses.

  • 14 Sep

    Indian Equity Markets Close on a Positive Note, Nifty50 at Record Closing High

    The Indian equity markets closed on a positive note on September 14, with the Nifty50 index closing at a fresh record high of 20,103. The market breadth was positive, with the advance-decline ratio standing at 1.4. The Nifty50 formed a spinning top candle on the daily charts, which is a neutral signal. However, the index closed above the 20,000 level, which is a positive sign. The market is likely to remain rangebound in the near term. Investors should adopt a cautious approach and avoid taking any large positions.

  • 14 Sep

    Nifty50 Forms Spinning Top Pattern, Bears in Command

    The Nifty50 formed a Spinning Top pattern on September 14, indicating indecisiveness in the market. The index is likely to consolidate in the short term unless it gives a decisive close above 20,200 levels. The broader markets are also likely to consolidate in the near term. Investors should wait for a clear trend to emerge before making any major investment decisions.

  • 14 Sep

    Indian Equity Markets Open at Fresh Record Highs

    The Indian equity markets opened at fresh record highs on September 14, tracking positive cues from Asian markets. Investors shrugged off concerns over the slightly higher-than-expected US consumer price index for August. The Sensex and Nifty 50 retraced from their early highs but were still trading in the green at noon. The outlook for the market remains positive in the near term, as investors continue to focus on domestic factors such as strong corporate earnings and economic growth. However, the market is likely to remain volatile in the medium term, as investors assess the impact of the rising inflation on global growth.

  • 14 Sep

    Tata Steel shares surge on government funding talks

    Tata Steel shares surged 3% on September 14 as the company is close to securing £500 million in government funding to safeguard the future of its Port Talbot plant in South Wales. The deal is still subject to final negotiations, but it is a positive step for both Tata Steel and the UK steel industry.