Nifty Flirting With 11600 Level, Which Is Acting As Resistance For The Market
From last three days, Nifty is trying to hover around 11600 level, but is unable to cross that level which is acting as resistance for Nifty. Yesterday also Nifty made a high of 11599 and closed at 11583. Today early morning also Nifty made a high of 11608 but unable to sustain above 11600 levels. We expect market to remain weak until and unless it closes above 11625 which is its previous months low. However we also have to correlate Index option data also, if FII & pro continue to sell and Nifty not breaching 11625 level then we can see further fall in the market.
Yesterday on weekly expiry, market ended into a positive zone but still most of the major and minor sectors remained flat. There were only few sectors which were up by 1% only.
Top 5 performing companies of yesterday were Himatsingka Seide (Textiles and Apparel) by 11.07%, BEML (Industrial Manufacturing) by 7.63%, Jain Irrigation Systems (Industrial Manufacturing) by 6.61%, Himachal Futureuristic Communications (Telecom) by 6.45% and Redington India (Services) 6.39%.
The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 126.90. The Bond has crucial support at 117.42 made on 5th Nov 2018. The US Dollar Index is trading at 96.542.
Open Interest Analysis:
FII & PRO are the major players in the Derivatives segment and have an upper hand in the market and their position provides direction to the market. In the June month expiry, they have started with the position of (-47429) contracts in Index option (both FII & PRO combined) when Nifty spot was trading at 11842.As on last trading day, they have a net position of (-136742). In the last day of the Weekly Expiry, FII and PRO have squared off 219895 contracts of short position and have (-136742) open contracts:
Cash Market Data
In last 10 days, FII and DII in combined have bought stocks in cash segment worth Rs.207.53 Crores.
Sector performance as on 11th July,2019
Sector wise Small Cap gainers as on 11th July, 2019
Large Cap Gainers & Losers as on 11th July, 2019
Mid Cap Gainers & Losers as on 11th July, 2019
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