Nifty Began The Week On A Strong Note Backed By Huge Buying Of 1.31 Lakh Contracts By FII & PRO In Index Option
The Indian Benchmark Index Nifty started the week on a strong note backed by huge buying of 131011 contracts by the major players of the market (FII & PRO) and strong global cues. The Index opened gap up and traded strong throughout the day and finally rallied in the late afternoon to hit fresh highs. The Index surged by 195 points or 1.90% to close at 10421.
The small cap Index have however underperformed Nifty as it has just gained 63 points or 0.79% in comparison to Nifty which gained by 1.90%. The Index opened at 8031 and closed at 8027 after making a low of 7939.
Sugar and carbon stocks have shown good strength yesterday and have gained 6.20% and 3.29% respectively from their lows.Dhampur sugar (was up by 11.78%), Dwarikesh sugar (was up by 11.69%) and Balrampur Chini Mills (was up by 9.03%).In carbon sector HEG and Phillips Carbon Black gained by 4.11% and 4.06% respectively.
Nifty Future is opening gap down by 11 points against last day’s close 10433 as indicated by SGX Nifty which is currently trading at 10422.
The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 120.16. The Bond has broken its important low of 120.03 on 28th Feb 2018. The next support level is at 117.69 which is the low of Jan 2011. The US Dollar Index is trading at 89.93.
Sector Performance from day low on 12th Mar
Sector wise Small Cap Stocks Gained From Day Low on 12th Mar
Large Cap Stocks gainers from low as on 12th Mar
Large Cap Stocks losers from high as on 12th Mar
Mid Cap Stocks gainers from low as on 12th Mar
Mid Cap Stocks losers from high as on 12th Mar
NIFTY OUTLOOK & OPEN INTEREST IN INDEX OPTION
In the current Expiry, FII and PRO in combined have bought 21772 contracts in Index Options.
Cash Market Data
In last 10 days FII and Pro in combined have bought stocks in cash segment worth Rs. 275.07 Crore.
Research Team - Tel: 8336087004, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to give feedback.
1. The investment advice or guidance provided by way of recommendations, reports or other ways are solely the personal views of the research team. Users are advised to use the data for the purpose of information and rely on their own judgment while making investment decision
2. Past performance is not an indicator of future returns.