Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
12/7/2011 530117 ADIFINCHM EL DORADO BIOPTECH PVT.LTD B 60000 55.05
12/7/2011 521131 Anjani Fabrics PAWAN AGARWAL (HUF) B 60000 24.92
12/7/2011 521131 Anjani Fabrics SHIVKUMAR KRISHNAKUMAR VAID S 58654 24.89
12/7/2011 532475 Aptech CROSSEAS CAPITAL SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED B 566674 111.29
12/7/2011 532475 Aptech CROSSEAS CAPITAL SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED S 566674 111.63
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
12-JUL-2011,APTECHT,Aptech Limited,CROSSEAS CAPITAL SERVICES PVT. LTD.,BUY,566974,111.50,-
12-JUL-2011,JAGRAN,Jagran Prakashan Limited,JAGRAN MEDIA NETWORK INVESTMENT PRIVATE LIMITED,BUY,17829310,119.50,-
12-JUL-2011,JKTYRE,JK Tyre & Industries Ltd,HEENA VORA,BUY,236411,103.35,-
Infosys, SBI July 2011 futures at premium
Nifty July 2011 futures were at 5,526, near spot closing of 5,526.15. Turnover in NSE's futures & options segment jumped to Rs 155278.60 crore from Rs 82431.85 crore on Monday, 11 July 2011.
Infosys July 2011 futures were at 2799.05, at a premium over spot closing of 2786.10.
State Bank of India (SBI) July 2011 futures were at 2403.20, at a premium over spot closing of 2392.70.
Risk sentiments took a hit on contagion fears over European debt crisis
Asia-Pacific stockmarket blood bathed on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, with the MSCI Asia Pacific Index had fallen near 2%, heading for its steepest drop since June 16, as risk aversion selloff across the board on European debt contagion concerns. Meanwhile, decline in crude oil and base metals prices, European and US market overnight further undermined risk sentiments.
JSW Energy, Emami, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals and Coal India are among the other gainers.
Shares of microfinance firm SKS Microfinance spurted 8.31% to Rs 587.60, extending its rally for the fourth straight session triggered by the finance ministry releasing the draft of a bill aimed at developing and regulating microfinance institutions. The stock topped the gainers in the BSE's 'A' group.
Key benchmark indices extended losses for the third straight day to dive to 2-1/2-week closing lows as world stocks fell on growing fears about the spreading of the euro-zone debt crisis to large European economies such as Italy and Spain. Data showing slower-than-expected growth in industrial production in May 2011 and a downward revision in industrial production growth for April 2011 also hit sentiment. The BSE Sensex lost 309.77 points or 1.65%, up 85.2 points from the day's low and off 177.57 points from the day's high. The 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty regained 5,500 mark after falling below that level in intraday trade. The market breadth was weak.
The BSE Sensex has now lost 666.68 points or 3.49% in three trading sessions from a recent high of 19,078.30 on 7 July 2011.