Monday, March 12, 2012
Deal Date Scrip Code Company Client Name Deal Type * Quantity Price **
12/3/2012 533412 Aanjaneya Lifecare CRESTA FUND LTD S 120000 520.02
12/3/2012 531560 Aroma Enterprises URVASHIBEN AJITBHAI PATEL B 45000 8.57
12/3/2012 531560 Aroma Enterprises SNEHAL AJITBHAI PATEL B 45000 8.57
12/3/2012 531560 Aroma Enterprises SAPAN HARISHBHAI PATEL B 47000 8.57
12/3/2012 531560 Aroma Enterprises PAURIK AJITBHAI PATEL B 45000 8.57
12/3/2012 531560 Aroma Enterprises MEETA SNEHAL PATEL B 45000 8.57
12/3/2012 531560 Aroma Enterprises KANTABEN KESHAVLAL PATEL B 43000 8.57
Date,Symbol,Security Name,Client Name,Buy/Sell,Quantity Traded,Trade Price / Wght. Avg. Price,Remarks
12-MAR-2012,APOLLOHOSP,Apollo Hospitals Ltd,HSTN ACQUISITION (FII) LTD,BUY,13446657,606.60,-
12-MAR-2012,APOLLOHOSP,Apollo Hospitals Ltd,HSTN ACQUISITION (FII) LTD,BUY,3595469,606.60,-
12-MAR-2012,BEPL,Bhansali Eng. Polymers Lt,MANTU HOUSING PROJECTS LTD.,BUY,901240,22.52,-
12-MAR-2012,ELFORGE,EL Forge Limited,CSA HOLDINGS PVT LTD,BUY,95000,8.90,-
12-MAR-2012,HATHWAY,Hathway Cable & Datacom,MACQUARIE BANK LIMITED,BUY,10556644,145.00,-
12-MAR-2012,HATHWAY,Hathway Cable & Datacom,PROVIDENCE EQUITY ADVISORS MAURITIUS LIMITED,BUY,14143552,145.00,-
The Indian markets closed the first session of an eventful week on a positive note. The Sensex rose 84 points and the Nifty up 26 points
Headlines for the day
January 2012 IIP at 6.8% vs 1.8% in December 2011
February car sales up 13%
Surprise CRR cut positive for banks
Khazanah sells Yes Bank stake for $105 mn
Nifty March 2012 futures were at 5389, at a premium of 29.45 points over spot closing of 5359.55. Turnover on NSE's futures & options (F&O) segment rose to Rs 92647.46 crore from Rs 92250.66 crore on Friday, 9 March 2012.
State Bank of India (SBI) March 2012 futures were at 2318.05, at a premium compared to spot closing of 2309.25.
Tata Motors March 2012 futures were at 285.30, at a discount compared to spot closing of 285.55.
Key benchmark indices edged higher for the second day in a row as bank stocks rose after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced a reduction of 75 basis points in banks' cash reserve ratio (CRR) requirement to ease liquidity situation in the banking system. The 50-unit S&P CNX Nifty attained its highest closing level in more than a week and half. The barometer index, BSE Sensex, scaled its highest closing level in more than one week. Index heavyweight Reliance Industries (RIL) edged higher. The Sensex advanced 84.43 points or 0.48%, up close to 90 points from the day's low and off about 185 points from the day's high.
Auto and IT stocks were mixed. Engineering and construction major L&T rose for the second day in a row after naming a new CEO and MD. GAIL (India) rose after twin bulk deals. The market breadth was positive. BSE Small-Cap and Mid-Cap indices outperformed the Sensex.
Hero MotoCorp is building in-house capabilities to make its own engines by teaming up with the world's largest privately-owned engine developer, AVL of Austria. (ET)
Tata Motors owned JLR is exploring to push its Jaguar brand beyond the realms of luxury cars and is actively considering introducing a crossover vehicle under the marquee in future. (ET)
Apollo Tyres plans to invest US$400mn to set up two new facilities in East Europe and Brazil in the next 3-4 years as it aims to expand its global footprint. (ET)
Competition Commission of India has again accused DLF of abusing its dominant market position and imposing unfair conditions on home buyers, this time in its high-end residential project Magnolia in Gurgaon. (ET)
After several days of fall, the Indian stock indices managed to regain some of their groove back in Friday's session with both of them notching triple-digit gains. The catalyst for the day's solid rally came mostly from the overseas markets, where risk tolerance staged a comeback of sorts amid hope of the Greek debt swap sailing through comfortably.
Also, investors continued to digest positive to mixed economic data from across the globe even as central banks have largely maintained a 'status quo' on monetary policy to support economic growth. There was no specific trigger from domestic front today. If anything, the news was bad as exports growth nearly stalled in February while imports jumped, leading to a wider trade gap. The Commerce Secretary revised higher the FY12 trade deficit estimate.
Great events make me quiet and calm; it is only trifles that irritate my nerves. - Queen Victoria.
Welcome to a blockbuster week given the significant events that are scheduled over the next five days. The RBI has only added to the intrigue and drama by slashing the CRR by an aggressive 75 bps; that too just ahead of its policy review on March 15.
The SGX Nifty futures suggest a positive opening despite mixed Asian markets. US markets managed slender gains while European indices finished higher.