Sensex ends flat post volatile trades

Metal, IT shares languish

The has ended (provisional) at 17239 - up three points. Nifty ended up six points at 5,235.
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(Updated at 1435 hrs)

were volatile in a narroe range in late noon trades with the Sensex having dropped into the negative zone once again. The benchmark index was flat at 17,237. Nifty meanwhile traded up marginally at 5,234.

Asian markets were mostly in red with Nikkei shedding 0.6% to 8,642, while Kospi and Taiwan dropped marginally. However, Shanghai Composite index jumped 1% to 2,123 on stimulus hopes and reports of share buybacks.

India's exports fell 5.45 percent to $25.1 billion in June, while imports fell 13.46 percent to $35.4 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $10.3 billion, government data showed on Wednesday.

After recording strong growth for much of last year, India's overseas sales have tanked, with officials blaming weak demand in the United States and Europe for the fall.

BSE metal index shed 1% to 10,381, mirroring movement in the London Metal Exchange. IT index slid 0.5% to 5,317. Meanwhile, BSE healthcare index added 1% to 7,217. Capital goods, realty and power indices were up  nearly 1% each.

Cipla added 4.5% to Rs 354. The company's Q1FY13 net profit was up at Rs 400.7 cr versus Rs 253 cr, YoY. Its net sales were up at Rs 1917.4 cr versus Rs 1591 cr, YoY.

BHEL added 2%, followed by Tata Power, HDFC and SBI.

Meanwhile, Coal India slipped 3.3% at Rs 347 on reports that the board of the State-owned company has decided to revise the contentious penalty clause in the fuel supply agreements (FSAs) to be signed with the power firms. CIL has also agreed to supply at least 80% of the required fuel to power firms.

IT, auto and metal stocks remained under pressure after Tuesday's monetary policy review by the RBI. Hero MotoCorp shed 2% at Rs 1,966. ONGC, Tata Steel and Sterlite have slipped 1% each.

Bharti Airtel dipped 0.8% at Rs 298 on reports that the company is exploring issuing new shares to raise funds, including external commercial borrowings.

"Bharti is a counter where we have seen shorts buliding pushing the price below 300 forcing traders holding longs to unwind their positions. This coupled with Call writers becoming active at 300 strike make us believe that this counter has very imited upside and become a perfect SELL/UNDERPERFORM candidate," said Shshank Mehta, Derivatives Strategist, Shah Investor's Home Ltd.

Among individual shares, Deccan Chronicle Holdings (DCHL) has extended losses and was locked in 10% lower circuit at Rs 13.95, continuing at its downward march, falling almost 50% in past nine trading sessions on the back of slew of negative developments at the company.

IDBI Bank shares fall 1.8% to Rs 86.30, a day after the public sector lender posted a lower-than-expected April-June net profit of 7.71 billion Indian rupees.

PVR Limited has soared 14% TO Rs 188 after the media company said its board approved plans to raise up to Rs 100 crore for expansion, by issuing equity shares to L Capital Eco at a premium on preferential basis.

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Sensex ends flat post volatile trades

Metal, IT shares languish

SI Reporter  |  Mumbai 



The has ended (provisional) at 17239 - up three points. Nifty ended up six points at 5,235.
_____________________________________
(Updated at 1435 hrs)



were volatile in a narroe range in late noon trades with the Sensex having dropped into the negative zone once again. The benchmark index was flat at 17,237. Nifty meanwhile traded up marginally at 5,234.

Asian markets were mostly in red with Nikkei shedding 0.6% to 8,642, while Kospi and Taiwan dropped marginally. However, Shanghai Composite index jumped 1% to 2,123 on stimulus hopes and reports of share buybacks.

India's exports fell 5.45 percent to $25.1 billion in June, while imports fell 13.46 percent to $35.4 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $10.3 billion, government data showed on Wednesday.

After recording strong growth for much of last year, India's overseas sales have tanked, with officials blaming weak demand in the United States and Europe for the fall.

BSE metal index shed 1% to 10,381, mirroring movement in the London Metal Exchange. IT index slid 0.5% to 5,317. Meanwhile, BSE healthcare index added 1% to 7,217. Capital goods, realty and power indices were up  nearly 1% each.

Cipla added 4.5% to Rs 354. The company's Q1FY13 net profit was up at Rs 400.7 cr versus Rs 253 cr, YoY. Its net sales were up at Rs 1917.4 cr versus Rs 1591 cr, YoY.

BHEL added 2%, followed by Tata Power, HDFC and SBI.

Meanwhile, Coal India slipped 3.3% at Rs 347 on reports that the board of the State-owned company has decided to revise the contentious penalty clause in the fuel supply agreements (FSAs) to be signed with the power firms. CIL has also agreed to supply at least 80% of the required fuel to power firms.

IT, auto and metal stocks remained under pressure after Tuesday's monetary policy review by the RBI. Hero MotoCorp shed 2% at Rs 1,966. ONGC, Tata Steel and Sterlite have slipped 1% each.

Bharti Airtel dipped 0.8% at Rs 298 on reports that the company is exploring issuing new shares to raise funds, including external commercial borrowings.

"Bharti is a counter where we have seen shorts buliding pushing the price below 300 forcing traders holding longs to unwind their positions. This coupled with Call writers becoming active at 300 strike make us believe that this counter has very imited upside and become a perfect SELL/UNDERPERFORM candidate," said Shshank Mehta, Derivatives Strategist, Shah Investor's Home Ltd.

Among individual shares, Deccan Chronicle Holdings (DCHL) has extended losses and was locked in 10% lower circuit at Rs 13.95, continuing at its downward march, falling almost 50% in past nine trading sessions on the back of slew of negative developments at the company.

IDBI Bank shares fall 1.8% to Rs 86.30, a day after the public sector lender posted a lower-than-expected April-June net profit of 7.71 billion Indian rupees.

PVR Limited has soared 14% TO Rs 188 after the media company said its board approved plans to raise up to Rs 100 crore for expansion, by issuing equity shares to L Capital Eco at a premium on preferential basis.

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Sensex ends flat post volatile trades

Metal, IT shares languish

The Sensex has ended (provisional) at 17239 - up three points.

The has ended (provisional) at 17239 - up three points. Nifty ended up six points at 5,235.
_____________________________________
(Updated at 1435 hrs)

were volatile in a narroe range in late noon trades with the Sensex having dropped into the negative zone once again. The benchmark index was flat at 17,237. Nifty meanwhile traded up marginally at 5,234.

Asian markets were mostly in red with Nikkei shedding 0.6% to 8,642, while Kospi and Taiwan dropped marginally. However, Shanghai Composite index jumped 1% to 2,123 on stimulus hopes and reports of share buybacks.

India's exports fell 5.45 percent to $25.1 billion in June, while imports fell 13.46 percent to $35.4 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $10.3 billion, government data showed on Wednesday.

After recording strong growth for much of last year, India's overseas sales have tanked, with officials blaming weak demand in the United States and Europe for the fall.

BSE metal index shed 1% to 10,381, mirroring movement in the London Metal Exchange. IT index slid 0.5% to 5,317. Meanwhile, BSE healthcare index added 1% to 7,217. Capital goods, realty and power indices were up  nearly 1% each.

Cipla added 4.5% to Rs 354. The company's Q1FY13 net profit was up at Rs 400.7 cr versus Rs 253 cr, YoY. Its net sales were up at Rs 1917.4 cr versus Rs 1591 cr, YoY.

BHEL added 2%, followed by Tata Power, HDFC and SBI.

Meanwhile, Coal India slipped 3.3% at Rs 347 on reports that the board of the State-owned company has decided to revise the contentious penalty clause in the fuel supply agreements (FSAs) to be signed with the power firms. CIL has also agreed to supply at least 80% of the required fuel to power firms.

IT, auto and metal stocks remained under pressure after Tuesday's monetary policy review by the RBI. Hero MotoCorp shed 2% at Rs 1,966. ONGC, Tata Steel and Sterlite have slipped 1% each.

Bharti Airtel dipped 0.8% at Rs 298 on reports that the company is exploring issuing new shares to raise funds, including external commercial borrowings.

"Bharti is a counter where we have seen shorts buliding pushing the price below 300 forcing traders holding longs to unwind their positions. This coupled with Call writers becoming active at 300 strike make us believe that this counter has very imited upside and become a perfect SELL/UNDERPERFORM candidate," said Shshank Mehta, Derivatives Strategist, Shah Investor's Home Ltd.

Among individual shares, Deccan Chronicle Holdings (DCHL) has extended losses and was locked in 10% lower circuit at Rs 13.95, continuing at its downward march, falling almost 50% in past nine trading sessions on the back of slew of negative developments at the company.

IDBI Bank shares fall 1.8% to Rs 86.30, a day after the public sector lender posted a lower-than-expected April-June net profit of 7.71 billion Indian rupees.

PVR Limited has soared 14% TO Rs 188 after the media company said its board approved plans to raise up to Rs 100 crore for expansion, by issuing equity shares to L Capital Eco at a premium on preferential basis.

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