Wednesday, September 07, 2011
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
7/9/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ CROSSEAS CAPITAL SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED B 24916 848.71
7/9/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ A K G SECURITIES AND CONSULTANCY LTD B 36068 851.12
7/9/2011 590006 Amrutanjan Health-$ CHANDARANA INTERMEDIARIES BROKERS PRIVATE LIMITED B 15380 845.35
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
07-SEP-2011,AMRUTANJAN,Amrutajan Health Ltd,CHANDARANA INTERMEDIARIES BROKERS P. LTD,BUY,15488,844.48,-
07-SEP-2011,AMRUTANJAN,Amrutajan Health Ltd,CROSSEAS CAPITAL SERVICES PVT. LTD.,BUY,24945,847.33,-
07-SEP-2011,BROOKS,Brooks Lab Limited,BP FINTRADE PRIVATE LIMITED,BUY,175532,43.96,-
The recent resumption of buying by foreign funds along with upbeat global markets helped Indian bourses scale 4 week closing high. The BSE Sensex was up 202.19 points or 1.2%, up close to 140 points from the day's low and off close to 90 points from the day's low. BSE Sensex regained psychological 17,000 mark. The market breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, was strong.
The market is likely to see a firm start tracking positive Asian equities. Trading of S&P CNX Nifty on the Singapore stock exchange indicates a rise of 22 points at the opening bell. The recent resumption of buying by foreign funds will also support gains.
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth Rs 431.48 crore on Tuesday, 6 September 2011, as per provisional data from the stock exchanges. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) sold shares worth Rs 415.17 crore on that day.
Today the Asian indices look positive and may lift the Indian markets in the opening trade.
Headlines for the day:
Cairn to seek ONGC nod on Vedanta deal
DLF to challenge CCI order in Competition Appellate Tribunal
Slowdown blues upset FMCG companies' plans
DGH reopens issue of sharing RIL's earnings on D6 gas
Major corporate action
Ex-date for 1st interim dividend of Greaves Cotton
Ex-date for dividend of Simplex Infrastructures, Tantia Constructions
After last week’s strong show and Monday’s resilient performance, Tuesday turned out to be even better for the Indian market, with the main equity indices managing to close with smart gains after a bad start.
Finally, the BSE Sensex ended at 16,862, adding 149 points. It had earlier touched a day's high of 16,894 and a day's low of 16,488. It opened at 16,663. The NSE Nifty closed at 5,064, up 47 points.
As long as you derive inner help and comfort from anything, keep it.- Mahatma Gandhi.
You can take some comfort from the fact that the Indian indices have been showing resilience. The trend is likely to stay intact, at least at start today with a positive one. Asian markets are mostly up. US stocks did well to recover but still closed in the red. European indices were mixed. UK stocks bucked a broad negative trend.
Concerns over global growth impact prices
Copper prices at Comex ended lower on Tuesday, 06 September 2011. Prices dropped as the dollar headed up. Copper also declined amid concern that the euro-zone nations will be unable to control the sovereign-debt crisis, damping the outlook for the global economy and curb demand for raw materials.
Gold and silver drops as strong dollar pressures commodities
Precious metals pared their intra day gains and ended lower on Tuesday, 06 September, 2011 at Comex. Prices shone following big sell-off at Wall Street despite a stronger than expected ISM service index data. But a strong dollar pressured the prices and the same ended lower for the day.
Prices continue to stay weak on overall demand concerns
Crude prices ended lower on Tuesday, 06 September, 2011 at Nymex. Prices stumbled after the weakest jobs data in nearly a year drove U.S. stocks sharply lower since last Friday. A strong dollar and global economic problems also pressured oil prices today. Prices slipped hand in hand with US equities.