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Daily Report 170322

17-Mar-22

Daily Report 170322

Daily Report 170322

17-Mar-22

Equity indices roared back on Wednesday after a day's pause on across-the-board buying. The BSE Sensex surged 1,039.80 points or 1.86% to finish at 56,816.. Market is expected to open gap up and likely to witness positive move during the day.

Daily Report 160322

16-Mar-22

Market started off on a weak note as investors await the outcome of the US Fed meet. Indices extended losses during closing hours, witnessing selling pressure across multiple counters with metals leading the fall. The BSE Sensex closed at 55,776.85, down 709.17 points or 1.26 %.Market is expected to open gap up and likely to witness positive move during the day

Daily Report 150322

15-Mar-22

Equity benchmark Sensex rallied 936 points on Monday, helped by heavy buying in banking and IT counters along with the decline in oil prices amid hopes of headway in renewed diplomatic talks between Russia and Ukraine. Market is expected to open on a flattish note and is likely to witness sideways move during the day.

Daily Report 140322

14-Mar-22

Benchmark indices bucked the weak Asian trend and rose on Friday as the Assembly elections' euphoria extended into a second day. However, developments around the Ukrainian war, commodity prices, and the US inflation data kept the markets volatile through the day. The S&P BSE Sensex hit a high of 55,834 in early deals but eased off to end at 55,550, up 86 points or 0.15%. The Nifty50, on the other hand, settled at 16,630, up 35 points or 0.2%. Market is expected to open gap down and likely to witness selling pressure during the day.

Daily Report 110322

11-Mar-22

Indian stock markets ended higher for a third straight day on Thursday as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) looked set to win four of the five key state elections. An across-the-board rally swept the markets with FMCG, public sector banks, and realty sectors leading from the front. The markets, however, ended mildly off highs as European markets dropped up to 1% in early deals as investors monitored the war in Ukraine and fluctuations in commodity prices. Futures linked to main Wall Street indices, too, traded in the red. Against this backdrop, the S&P BSE Sensex eased 778 points from the day's high of 56,242 and closed 817 points, or 1.5%, higher at 55,464. The broader Nifty50, on the other hand, closed at 16,595, up 249 points or 1.5%. Market is expected to open on a flattish note and likely to witness sideways move during the day.

Daily Report 100322

10-Mar-22

Frontline indices climbed for a second straight day on Wednesday, rising over 2%, even as Ukraine-Russia conflict showed no signs of ebbing, and the US and European Union announcing fresh sanctions on Russia and Belarus. However, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's reported statement that his country has cooled down on the question of a NATO membership calmed investor nerves. Against this backdrop, the BSE Sensex index leaped 1,223 points, or 2.3%, to settle at 54,647 today. On the NSE, the Nifty50 closed at 16,345 levels, up 332 points or 2%. Market is expected to open gap up and likely to witness positive move during the day.

Daily Report 090322

09-Mar-22

: Bulls sprinted past the finish line in fag-end of the session as an across-the-board rally swept the markets. This came despite the global markets exhibiting a mixed trend on the bourses and commodity prices, including Brent crude futures, staying at elevated levels. Markets closed higher for the first time in five days. The S&P BSE Sensex index surged 1,163 points from the day's low of 52,261 to end at 53,424 levels. This was 581 points or 1.1% higher than the index's previous close. On the NSE, the Nifty50 shut shop at 16,013, up 150 points or 0.95%. The index had hit a low of 15,671 in the intra-day trade. Market is expected to open on a flattish note and is likely to witness sideways move during the day.

Daily Report 080322

08-Mar-22

Benchmark indices slumped to their lowest levels in eight months as the US and European Union mulled boycotting importing oil from Russia. Consequently, fears of tighter oil and gas supplies, higher inflation and, thus, faster-than-expected rate hikes by global central banks hit investor sentiment. Against these headwinds, the BSE Sensex ended at 52,843, down 1,491 points or 2.7%. On the NSE, the Nifty50 index touched an intra-day low of 15,711 before settling at 15,863, down 382 points or 2.4%. Both the indices are now down 15% from their record high peaks touched in October last year. Market is expected to open gap down and likely to witness selling pressure during the day

Daily Report 040322

04-Mar-22

Domestic markets continued to remain in a bearish grip on Thursday, ending the day in the red. S&P BSE Sensex fell 366 points or 0.66% to close at 55,102 while the NSE Nifty 50 index was down at 16,498 on the closing bell. Market is expected to open gap down and is likely to witness selling pressure during the day.

Daily Report 030322

03-Mar-22

Domestic markets saw the return of bears on Wednesday as headline indices closed the previous session in the red. S&P BSE Sensex ended 778 points or 1.38% lower at 55,468 while the NSE Nifty 50 erased 187 points to 1.12% to settle at 16,605. Market is expected to open on a flattish note and is likely to witness sideways move during the day.

Daily Report 020322

02-Mar-22

Indian equity benchmarks recovered initial losses in a volatile session on Monday, extending gains to a second straight day, ahead of the release of the country's official GDP data. Gains in metal, IT and oil & gas powered the recovery in headline indices, though losses in financial and auto shares limited the upside. Market is expected to open gap down and is likely to witness selling pressure during the day.

Daily Report 280222

28-Feb-22

Equity indices rebounded on Friday, a day after Russia's attack on Ukraine led markets to their biggest fall in over a year.The 30-share BSE index jumped 1,329 points or 2.44 % to close at 55,859. Market is expected to open gap down and is likely to witness selling pressure during the day.

Daily Report 250222

25-Feb-22

India's key indices – S&P BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty 50 – continued to tank for the sixth consecutive day on Thursday, 24 February, owing to sharp escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict as Russian President Vladimir Putin launched military operations in Ukraine in defiance of the West. As markets closed, Sensex crashed 2,702 points to close at 54,529, while Nifty ended at 16,247 – down by 815 points. Market is expected to open gap up and likely to witness sideways move during the day.

Daily Report 240222

24-Feb-22

Domestic equity market benchmarks BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 ended in the negative territory for the sixth straight day on Wednesday, a day before monthly F&O expiry. Sensex closed 68 points or 0.12% lower at 57,232 while NSE Nifty 50 ended 29 points or 0.17% lower at 17,063. Market is expected to open gap down and likely to witness selling pressure during the day

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