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    nice info..

    .ppl !!! u can ask and discuss here !!
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    ... nice info u r giving to needful rishabd!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by avdhesh View Post
    Rishabd, How can we short or long a share at NSE? What series we need to choose while transacting and how much money should we have in our holding?
    abt the money in ur holding.. it depends from agent to agent... some allow more leverage some less...
    further they also have a square off period... i.e. they ll square off ur position in couple of days. normally 5 days, irrespective whether u make a loss or gain...

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    I expect Nifty to Trade Between 5500-5620. Nifty has immediate support at 5500 levels and resistance at 5600 spot.
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    The midcap universe provides a lot more opportunities and lower risks as they have fallen much more than their larger counterparts. As last few days have suggested that there is a lot of action in this segment. Which particular pockets do you see opportunities. Reality seem to be bottomed out, while Infra is still forming a base. Which particular sector do you see to lead in case Nifty shows some positive trend.

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    BSE

    18,394.29



    -101.33 (-0.55%)




    NSE


    5,526.85



    -29.30 (-0.53%)



    F & O




    5,533.00


    -29.70 (-0.53%)
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    Top 5: Gainers

    D B Realty Ltd.+6.90

    United Breweries Ltd+6.64

    MothersonSumiSystems+5.66

    Tata Global Beverage+4.19

    Bajaj Finserv Ltd.+2.73
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    Top 5: Losers

    Hero Honda Motor-3.60

    Rural Electrific-3.36

    SKS Microfinance-3.34

    Financial Technolog.-3.33

    Manappuram Gener-3.26
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    Default Wall Street retreats for sixth day, S&P may test 1,250

    NEW YORK: US stocks slipped for the sixth straight day on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's assessment of the economy kept investors worried about the recovery.

    The three major US stock indexes reversed gains late in Tuesday's session after the Fed chairman acknowledged the recovery has slowed, but offered no hint the US central bank is considering any more stimulus to accelerate growth.

    The market was expecting a hint from the Fed about the implementation of a third round of asset-buying, according to Paul Zemsky , head of asset allocation at ING in New York. The Fed's $600 billion second round of stimulus, expected to end this month, has been a catalyst for the stock market's advance.

    But Zemsky said the Fed will probably allow some time for the economy to show it can stand on its own before committing to more stimulus. In the meantime, absent positive economic data surprises, the market weakness could remain.

    "I think we're going to right around the 200-day moving average at 1,250 on the S&P 500," Zemsky said. "That's the level we traded in March during the Japan crisis and seems a good place to see if the market supports."

    There were also signs of weakness from corporate America. Communications networking equipment provider Ciena Corp (CIEN.O) forecast third-quarter revenue below expectations, sending its shares and others in the sector lower. Ciena fell 13.5 per cent to $20.95 while JDS Uniphase Corp dropped 4.4 per cent to $17.61.

    The Dow Jones industrial average shed 8.29 points, or 0.07 per cent, to 12,062.52. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index edged down 1.81 points, or 0.14 per cent, to 1,283.13. The Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 13.25 points, or 0.49 per cent, to 2,688.31.

    The S&P 500 is down more than 6 per cent from its 2011 intraday high hit May 2. A drop to 1,250 would extend the decline to 8.9 per cent, close to the 10 per cent fall typically described as a market correction.

    Limiting losses, the energy sector rose sharply after talks at the oil cartel OPEC in Vienna broke down without an agreement on a production hike. The S&P 500 energy index rose 0.8 per cent, with Exxon Mobil up 1.5 per cent at $81.16.

    US crude futures jumped over 2 per cent to a session high above $101 per barrel after the OPEC talks broke down, but pared some gains following data from the Energy Information Administration showing US crude oil inventories fell more than expected last week. In late morning trading, US crude for July delivery was up 1.6 per cent at $100.69 a barrel.
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    Default With rate hikes ending, China stocks may rally: CCB International Securities

    HONG KONG: Chinese equities may be gearing up for a second-half rally as Beijing's tightening cycle nears its end, CCB International Securities (CCBIS), the investment banking arm of China Construction Bank , said on Wednesday.

    China's domestic stock market, largely closed to foreign investors, has remained in steady decline for almost two years, with the Shanghai Composite down 14 percent last year and 2 percent lower so far in 2011, easily underpeforming regional markets as well as developed markets in the West.


    Inflation and the Chinese government's clamp-down on lending to rein in property prices have been bugbears for investors.

    But that is changing. "I don't think inflation is out of control," said Banny Lam, associate director of China and global macroeconomic research at CCBIS, in an interview at the firm's offices as part of the Reuters 2011 Investment Outlook Summit.

    "We think Chinese tightening is coming to an end and inflation should peak in June at about 6 percent. With some of the head-winds starting to clear up, it makes us quite bullish on China," said Lam.

    Chinese banks, which bore the brunt of the government's tightening policies and together with insurers make up nearly 30 percent of Shanghai's composite index, are seen as a favoured pick. "You look at the first quarter corporate earnings of some these banks and they were ridiculously high," said Lam.

    Chinese banking shares listed in Hong Kong, the most popular avenue for foreign investors to get exposure to Chinese equities, are trading at valuations close to their record lows.

    On a forward 12-month price-to-earnings multiple, ICBC, the largest of the "Big 4" state-run Chinese banks, trades at a 30 percent discount to historical valuations, Thomson Reuters StarMine data showed. Rival CCB trades at an even deeper 36 percent discount.

    END OF QE2 Lam said he was not too concerned about the impact of the end of the US Federal Reserve's latest round of asset purchases, known as quantitative easing, on the Hong Kong market. Hong Kong was a key beneficiary of the flood of liquidity that entered the global financial system as a result of the Fed's actions last November.

    "I would agree that in coming months there are less chances of new liquidity entering the Hong Kong market. But if liquidity in the whole world is shrinking, the question is which markets can attract this contracting liquidity," said Lam.

    A stabilization of tightening policies in China as inflation pressures wane, strong economic conditions in Hong Kong, reflected by robust retail sales, strong rental demand and attractive valuations after the recent market weakness make the local markets a possible destination.

    THE RMB PROMISE

    A development that has caught the attention of the world's investment community is the internationalization of China's yuan, also know as the renminbi. "China wants people to use the renminbi and use it as a reserve currency. But the first stage to do this is in an offshore market," said Lam.

    A step in that direction was taken last year when trade settlement in yuan was expanded in Hong Kong and yuan deposits held in the territory increased rapidly. The total deposit base in Hong Kong has grown to more than 500 billion yuan compared with about 90 billion last August, as trade settlement using China's currency expands.
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    Default Silver slips to Rs 54,700 on global cues, gold sheds Rs 130

    NEW DELHI: Silver moved down by Rs 500 to Rs 54,700 per kg, while gold declined by Rs 130 to Rs 22,680 per 10 grams today on reduced offtake at existing high levels amid a weakening global trend.

    Silver coins followed suit and declined by Rs 1,000 to Rs 60,000 for buying and Rs 61,000 for selling of 100 pieces.

    Trading sentiments turned bearish after gold shed 0.4 per cent to USD 1,538.50 an ounce in the overseas markets, as European debt concerns eased, eroding the appeal of the precious metal as a safe haven asset. The white metal also declined by 1.2 per cent to USD 36.70 an ounce.

    Additionally, the market activity declined as retailers and stockists refrained from buying at existing high levels.

    On the domestic front, the gold of 99.9 and 99.5 per cent purity fell by Rs 130 each to Rs 22,680 and Rs 22,560 per 10 grams, respectively.

    Sovereigns remained stable at Rs 18,700 per piece of eight grams.

    In line with a general weakening global trend, silver ready dropped by Rs 500 to Rs 54,700 per kg and weekly-based delivery by Rs 540 to Rs 54,650 per kg.
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    Market will grw up....

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    I expect nifty to trade between 5500-5600 trend is sideways with major support at 5490 and resistance at 5600. either side breakout would decide short term trend.
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    awsome thread.......

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    Default Sensex ends flat amid concerns over inflation, slowdown

    MUMBAI: In a day of dull trading today the BSE sensex ended flat, 9 points down at 18,385, amid rising food inflation and government caution that slow economic growth may hit tax collections this fiscal, although some heavyweights like RIL and TCS made gains.

    However, gains in some blue chips were offset by fall in SBI, ONGC, HDFC, Infosys and ICICI, against the backdrop of weak trend in global markets.

    Auto and healthcare sectors suffered the most. However, consumer durables and capital goods attracted buying support.

    Food inflation shot up to 2-month high of 9.01 per cent for the week ended May 28, from 8.06 per cent in the previous week. Brokers said it raised investor concerns that overall inflation might move up, leading to further hike in interest rates, which have already hurt corporate margins.

    Besides, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee had said yesterday that tax collections might drop in view of slowdown in economic activity, triggering concerns over fiscal deficit.

    Globally, Asian as well as European markets were weak. The Bombay Stock Exchange 30-share barometer moved in a narrow range of 18,449.64 and 18,327.01 before settling at 18,384.90, down 9.39 points or 0.05 per cent. Yesterday, it had lost over 101 points or 0.55 per cent.

    Similarly, NSE 50-issue Nifty lost 5.80 points or 0.10 per cent to close at 5,521.05.

    "There has been a lull in the market over the past few days, with the key indices hovering in a narrow trading band. Another area of concern is tepid FII inflows, which have eased off in the past few days," said Amar Ambani, Head of Research - IIFL.
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