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Weekly Market Forecast: 19th November to 25th November The Indians market ended with a strong gain in the week. The NIFTY, closed at 10,682.20 (10,585.20 last week) up by a strong 1.91%. The BANK NIFTY, also had a strong up move and closed at 26,245.55 (25,771 last week), stronger by 2.76% for the week. While BSE Midcap ended in green, BSE Smallcap index was subdued. Midcap Index closed at 14,997.81 (14944.20 last week) with a gain of 0.35%. BSE Smallcap index closed at 14,485.88 (14671.85 last week) weaker by 1.27%.

The market made a strong positive move which is expected to extend further. A strong resistance can be observed the range of 10930 – 11035. A correction is expected from this level. Strength of Indian rupee against USD, and Crude oil prices will play a key role. On the political front, elections in the big states could affect sentiments.

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The US bourses ended in negative territory after two weeks of positive moves. Dow Jones Industrial Average (DOW) closed at 24,413.22 (25,989.30 last week) weaker by a 2.21%. S&P 500 closed at 2736.27 (2781.01 (2723.06 last week) down by 1.61%. NASDAQ too closed in red at 7247.87 (7406.90 last week) weaker by 2.17%.

The shiny metals closed flat. MCX Gold Mini 05 December Futures closed at 31,012 (31,023 last week) weaker by 0.03%. MCX Silver Mini 30 Nov Futures closed at 37,002 (36,910 last week) up by 0.25%.

The bearish movement of Crude oil price extended for the 6th week. MCX Crude oil 18 Dec. Futures closed at4104 (4363 last week) down by a strong 5.96%.

The Indian Rupee’s appreciation continued for the second week. USD/INR closed on Friday at 71.9250 compared to last week’s close of 72.4950.

Events in the week:

  • Monday 19 Nov – US t-bill auctions
  • Tuesday 20 Nov – US data on Housing & building permits
  • Wednesday 21 Nov – India data on Money supply; US Core durable goods order, Initial jobless claims, Crude oil inventories
  • Thursday 22 Nov – US holiday
  • Friday 23 Nov –India holiday; US Manufacturing PMI, Services PMI

Trading Ideas: Based on technical analysis, we recommend the following trades for the week:
1. Reliance: Sell @ 1160.55; StopLoss 1182.05; Target 1117.65
2. Bajaj Finance: Sell @ 2437.00; StopLoss 2482.15; Target 2345.95

Performance of Last week’s Technical Call:
1. Grasim: Sell @ 873.55; StopLoss 886.45; Target 834.75…stop loss HIT
2. TCS: Buy @ 1894.70; StopLoss 1883.65; Target 1916.80…stop loss HIT

Weekly Top Gainers/ Losers (NIFTY)

Top Gainers          Top Losers
 Name of Company Weekly Return   Name of Company Weekly Return 
Bharti Airtel 11.01% Yes Bank - 16.19%
Eicher 9.96% Sun Pharma - 13.01%
Titan 8.69% Indiabulls HF - 11.13%
BPCL 8.49% Tata Motors - 7.86%
UPL 4.30% GAIL - 6.85%

Credit- Dr Amiya Sahu

Bond market update


Bond yields cooled off marginally from its last week’s rise, it moved down by about 2 basis points (down by 0.29 %) during the past week closing at 7.79%.

The cooling of bond yields is mainly on account of falling oil prices which is now trading below the $65 mark. This fall has in turn helped the Indian macros as seen in appreciation of the currency.

The bond yields of 7.79% in fact offer a good return on the investment front when compared to FDs. The government yields being the safest of the lot offer 7.79%, the second on the list being AAA rated securities offering 8% plus returns. This coupled with the taxation benefit it brings makes these investments a lucrative choice.

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