Friday, August 19, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
19/8/2011 523395 3M India HDFC MUTUAL FUND S 75000 4700.00
19/8/2011 530187 Atharv Enter KUSUM DHIRAJ VORA B 39675 18.85
19/8/2011 530187 Atharv Enter PALLAVI PINKESH VORA B 40000 19.08
19/8/2011 530187 Atharv Enter MAPAEX INVESTMENTS PRIVATE LIMITED S 75000 18.85
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
19-AUG-2011,BEDMUTHA,Bedmutha Indust Ltd,INVENTURE GROWTH & SECURITIES LIMITED,BUY,150000,122.98,-
19-AUG-2011,DCHL,Deccan Chronicle Hold Ltd,DECCAN CHRONICLE HOLDINGS LTD - BUY BACK ORD-WRONG CODE,BUY,1467790,65.99,-
19-AUG-2011,ESSDEE,Ess Dee Aluminium Limited,IRONWOOD INVESTMENT HOLDINGS,BUY,469900,239.98,-
19-AUG-2011,INVENTURE,Inventure Gro & Sec Ltd,ALFA FISCAL SERVICES PVT LTD,BUY,268271,194.62,-
19-AUG-2011,INVENTURE,Inventure Gro & Sec Ltd,CHANDARANA INTERMEDIARIES BROKERS P. LTD,BUY,235984,192.19,-
Global recession concerns and financial crisis in Europe led panic selling across the world. The Sensex plunged 328 points and the Nifty lost 99 points
IT shares take heavy beating on US recession fears
ONGC beats RIL to become India's second-most valued firm
FY12 GDP growth seen at over 8%: Ahluwalia
The market may remain choppy as traders rollover positions in the futures & options (F&O) contracts from the near-month August 2011 series to September 2011 series. The near-month August 2011 derivatives contracts expire on Thursday, 25 August 2011.
The market sentiment remains edgy due to sustained selling by foreign funds. FIIs have sold shares worth Rs 8053.88 crore this month, till 18 August 2011, as per data from the stock exchanges. There was a massive outflow of Rs 5279.30 crore in just three trading sessions between 5 August 2011 and 9 August 2011.
A fresh setback in world equities weighed on Indian shares for yet another day as the key benchmark indices reached 14-1/2-month closing lows. Nevertheless, the barometer index the BSE Sensex regained the psychological 16,000 mark after a sharp fall pulled the index below that level in mid-afternoon trade. The Sensex tumbled 328.12 points or 1.99%, up 153.90 points from the day's low and off 146.05 points from the day's high. The market breadth was weak. Twelve out of 13 sectoral indices on BSE declined. Stocks fell across the world on fears over global economic growth and the health of Europe's banking system.
Key benchmark indices fell in 3 out of 4 trading sessions in truncated week to hit 14-1/2-month lows weighed by sustained selling by foreign investors. Investors investing in India are worried that higher interest rates will restrict corporate profit growth. Commercial banks have raised lending rates over the past few days after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) late last month raised its key lending rate by a steeper-than-expected 50 basis points at a policy review. Three top commercial banks, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank, last week, raised lending rates by half a percentage point. The sell-off in global equities on worries about the health of the world economy also dampened sentiment. The 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty fell below the psychological 5,000 mark.
The occasional, inevitable stock market crash tends to drive some investors away -- some more permanently than others. Alas, those who stay away will probably wish they hadn't, especially if they head for the exits while they're still young.
Hotel Leelaventure plans to raise about Rs10bn through a share sale to institutions by December to trim its debt pile. (BS)
ICICI Bank will now offer loans that gives a choice of fixed rate for either one or two years, at differential rates for various slabs. (ET)
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd will roll out a sub-four metre compact model of Verito which is expected to attract only 10% excise duty instead of the earlier 22%. (BS)
Indian equities received a fresh drubbing on Thursday, as investors continued to fret about the possibility of another rate hike next month and worries over the worsening global economic backdrop persisted.
Government data showing a drop in food inflation in the first week of August was of no help, as the BSE Sensex slumped 370 points and the NSE Nifty closed below the psychological level of 5,000 for the first time in 14 months.
A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader, a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves.
Leadership is in short supply. Whether it is about tackling corruption and inflation in India, or fiscal troubles in the West, policymakers are increasingly facing a market backlash. In short there appears to be a crisis of confidence on every Street.
The market is likely to open on a weak note as a deteriorating global economic outlook pushed investors away from risk assets. Asian stocks fell after an overnight steep slide in US stocks on Thursday, 18 August 2011. Trading of S&P CNX Nifty on the Singapore stock exchange indicates a slump of 76 points at the opening bell. Pharma major Ranbaxy Labrotoraries may see action on reports it may consider sale of its Lipitor generic rights. Lipitor has a market size of $11 billion in the US.
Asian stocks face a battering on Friday, as fears of major economies sliding back into recession gripped investors and sent stocks tumbling.
Poor U.S. data, sovereign debt concerns and worries over the health of banks were seen by man investors as adding up to a bleak economic outlook.
The main Wall Street indices fell between 3.7 percent and 5.2 percent, with technology and bank shares the hardest hit.