Friday, August 05, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
5/8/2011 532397 Arms Paper SANGEETA AJAY GOENKA B 480432 10.00
5/8/2011 532397 Arms Paper MONICA TIBREWAL S 94000 10.00
5/8/2011 532397 Arms Paper LAXMIDEVI TIBREWAL S 386432 10.00
5/8/2011 523850 Axtel Inds DEEPINDER SINGH POONIAN B 42495 12.73
5/8/2011 530095 Bhagwandas Met GITA AGARWAL X B 40200 5.30
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
05-AUG-2011,ACROPETAL,Acropetal Tech Ltd,RAVI KUMAR D,BUY,606000,16.50,-
05-AUG-2011,ARSSINFRA,ARSS Infra Proj. Ltd,BNK SECURITIES PVT.LTD.,BUY,100000,382.55,-
05-AUG-2011,BAJAJHLDNG,Bajaj Holdings & Invs Ltd,JAMNALAL SONS PRIVATE LIMITED,BUY,900000,750.00,-
05-AUG-2011,CREWBOS,Crew B.O.S. Products Limi,MEHROTRA VIVEK LAKSHMINATH,BUY,85917,48.74,-
05-AUG-2011,DCHL,Deccan Chronicle Hold Ltd,DECCAN CHRONICLE HOLDINGS LTD - BUY BACK ORD-WRONG CODE,BUY,1257500,65.98,-
Investors ran for exits after the worsening financial crisis in Europe compounded anxiety over a weak US economy that has come close to stalling. The Sensex fell 387 points and the Nifty down 121 points
Ranbaxy Lab Q2 consolidated PAT down 25%
Bosch Q2 net profit soars 33%
GE Shipping Q1 consolidated net profit slips 5%
The market may witness further selling pressure hit by the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) aggressive rate hike at a policy review on 26 July 2011. The market saw a steep slide recently on concerns that higher interest rates will crimp corporate profit growth. Fears of global economic recession added to the decline on the domestic bourses recently.
Fears of a possible US double-dip recession and worsening European sovereign-debt woes pushed Indian shares further lower today, 5 August 2011. Global worries spooked the market at a time when investors investing in India are already worried about corporate earnings growth, with interest rates rising. Nevertheless, the market today, 5 August 2011, staged a strong intraday rebound after tumbling to 13-1/2-month low. The barometer index BSE Sensex regained the psychological 17,000 mark after falling below that mark for a brief period in early afternoon trade. The Sensex tumbled 387.31 points or 2.19%, up 314.96 points from the day's low and off 52.31 points from the day's high.
Worries about a likely slowdown in corporate earnings growth due to higher interest rates, fears of a possible US double-dip recession and worsening European sovereign-debt woes spooked the market with the barometer index BSE Sensex and the 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty hitting 13-1/2-month lows. A number of commercial banks have raised lending rates recently after the central bank raised its key lending rate by a steeper-than-expected 50 basis points at a policy review on 26 July 2011. The market fell in four out of the five trading sessions during the week ended Friday, 5 August 2011.
The two-week plunge in stock prices is signaling economic anxiety, but it's also compounding the problem: Lower stock prices are shrinking Americans' wealth, rattling their confidence and making them less inclined to spend.
And employers may become even slower to hire.
The Dow Jones industrial average plummeted 513 points, or 4 percent, on Thursday on fears about the US economy and the debt crisis in Europe. The major stock indexes have sunk more than 10 percent from their previous highs.
Weak economic data and rise in crude inventories push prices lower
Crude prices registered a big drop on Wednesday, 03 August 2011 at Nymex. Prices dropped the most in five weeks as investors became nervous regarding current pace of economic growth as reports following the set of economic reports that hit the wires today. Weekly inventory report showing rise in crude supplies for last week also pushed crude prices lower.
The market is likely to see a steep sell-off on extremely weak global cues arising out of fears of a double-dip recession following weak economic data. Trading of S&P CNX Nifty on the Singapore stock exchange indicates a slump of 139 points at the opening bell.
FIIs sold shares worth a net Rs 254.55 crore on Thursday, 4 August 2011, as per provisional data from the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth Rs 316.5 crore on that day.
Concerns about corporate earnings growth, high food inflation and data showing aggressive selling by foreign institutional investors continued to rattle the bourses for the third straight session of trade on Thursday, 4 August 2011 with the barometer index BSE Sensex and the 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty hitting 6-week lows. The BSE Sensex lost 247.37 points or 1.38% to 17,693.18, its lowest closing level since 22 June 2011 and the S&P CNX Nifty declined 73 points or 1.35% to 5,331.80, its lowest closing level since 23 June 2011.
Negative factors coming from the overseas markets may pull the Indian stock markets down drastically in the opening trade. A heavy sell-off is expected today.
Headlines for the day:
Bankers to strike today
Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs okays Rs1200 cr for AI
IDFC to invest 80 crore in Green Infra
Havells India announced its entry into the domestic appliances market with an aim to garner sales of Rs5bn from the segment in the next four years. (ET)
ONGC plans to commence oil and gas production from the Krishna Godavri basin in a month and start pumping hydrocarbons from another block in the offshore region next May. (ET)
Tata Steel said it will invest £7mn at its Hartlepool mill in the United Kingdom to enhance the welding and material handling capability. (ET)
The Indian markets ended near day's low on Thursday, extending their losing streak into the third straight trading session. The NSE Nifty has slipped over 160 points in the last three days with the index closing below the 5350 levels for the first time since June 26.
Markets opened with a positive bias, tracking overnight gains in the US markets and positive trend in a few Asian markets. However, the upswing was very short-lived, as the index slumped in late afternoon trade and ended near day's low.
There is no greater importance in all the world like knowing you are right and that the wave of the world is wrong, yet the wave crashes upon you. - Norman Mailer.
It’s not the end of the world. A global carnage in the financial markets was perhaps long overdue. The initial jubilation over the passing of the US debt deal has swiftly given way to considerable pain. It’s a sea of red across world markets. Relatively safer havens like gold, bonds, yen and Swiss francs may temporarily attract interest.