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Tuesday, 23 May 2017


Major rice stock, LT Foods, Kohinoor Foods and KRNL were losing grounds on the bourses during Tuesday’s pre-lunch hours. They have been witnessing downward movement in the Wednesday’s trading session.

LT foods is trading at Rs 77.45 per share and is down by Rs 4.35 per share or 5.3%, Kohinoor Foods is trading at Rs 81.10 per share, down by Rs 4.10 per share or 4.8% and KRBL is trading at Rs 417.50 per share and is down by Rs 11.45 per share or 2.79% on the NSE.

The impact of GST on agricultural sector is foreseen to be positive. The agricultural sector is the largest contributing sector the overall Indian GDP. It covers around 16% of Indian GDP. The implementation of GST would have an impact on many sections of the society.

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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), has commenced its operations at its 1,980-super critical thermal power plant in Uttar Pradesh, reported a leading business channel on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, BHEL was trading at Rs 157.50, down by over Rs 4.25 or 2.63% as at 12.00, on Monday, on the BSE. The stock had hit an intraday low of Rs 154.85.

On the NSE, traded volume of the shares of the company is 30,87,434. Traded value of the company is Rs 4,846.65 lakh and the free float market capitalisation is Rs 14,612.05 crore.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is an engineering and manufacturing company. The Company is an integrated power plant equipment manufacturer, which is engaged in the designing, engineering, manufacturing, constructing, testing, commissioning and servicing a range of products and services for various sectors, such as power, transmission, industry, transportation, renewable energy, oil and gas, and defence.

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Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO), the government-owned corporation, was losing strength on the bourses in Tuesday's trading session. The stock is down by 3.4% or Rs 2.4 per share at Rs 67.80 per share on the NSE.

The stock was listed on both the exchanges, NSE and BSE on May 19 at a listing price of Rs 73.45 per share at a premium of 22.41%. The stock has slipped nearly 7.5% since its listing price of Rs 73.45 per share.

The IPO had received the huge response from the investors. In line with the street expectations, the HUDCO IPO had received more subscriptions on Day 3 of the subscription. The IPO had issue size of 20,40,58,747 shares.

The company in its filing to the exchanges said that the board has recommended a final dividend to the shareholders for the year 2016-17, subject to the approval of the shareholders in the AGM.

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Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd on Tuesday declined around 8% in the morning session after its overseas arm Taro Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd reported weak earnings in the March quarter, reported a national news portal.

Taro Pharmaceutical Industries (Taro) reported a 27.82% fall in net profit to $83 million. It also posted a 25.9% decrease in net sales to $196.40 million in the quarter ended March 2017. The drop in net sales was on account of increased competition and the challenging pricing environment, reported a national news portal.

Sun Pharmaceuticals is down by 5.4% at Rs 605 per share at 12:38 hours IST on BSE. It witnessed a spurt in the volume by more than 3.51 times. It hit a high of Rs 631 and a low of Rs 589.20 so far during the day.

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited is a pharmaceuticals company. The company's business segments include US business, Indian branded generics business, emerging markets, global consumer healthcare business and active pharmaceutical ingredients (API).

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Shares of Adani Group companies including Adani Enterprises, Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone, Adani Power and Adani Transmission were down by 6.5% during Tuesday’s trading session.

Adani Enterprises is down by 6.5%, Adani Ports is down by 2.9%, Adani Power is down by 3.9% and Adani Transmission is down by 4% in Tuesday’s trading session at 1150 hours.

The CERC has recently granted full compensation to Adani Power for the rise in the cost of electricity generation at its 4620-MW thermal power plant at Mundra, Gujarat due to increased domestic levies on imported coal, reported the leading national business daily.

Adani Enterprises on Monday has held its final call on investment in the Australian coal project as the state government of the Queensland is yet to ink a royalty agreement for the mine, reported a leading news agency.

Adani ports, on Saturday, informed that meeting of the company's board of directors will be held on May 24, 2017, to consider raising of funds by issue of equity shares/ convertible bonds through QIP/ GDR/ ADR/ FCCBs, as per BSE filing.

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Brigade Enterprises Ltd on Monday posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 82.35 crores for the quarter ended March 31, 2017, as against Rs 30.08 crores for the same quarter in the previous year, as per BSE filing.

The board of directors at its meeting held on May 22, 2017, recommended a final dividend of Rs. 2.50 per equity share (including a special dividend of Rs. 0.50 per equity share) of Rs.10 each, subject to the approval of shareholders, as per BSE filing.

Meanwhile, Brigade Enterprises is down by 0.9% at Rs 244.45 per share at 12:21 hours IST on BSE. It hit a high of Rs 260 and a low of Rs 240 so far during the day.

Brigade Enterprises Limited is a property development company. It focuses on residential, offices, retail and hospitality projects.

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Uday Kotak, promoter and managing director of Kotak Mahindra Bank has sold 1.80 crores of the bank shares in the open market enabling him to reduce his stake in the PSU to below 30%. Earlier the Reserve Bank of India had directed to do so.

Uday Kotak by selling the shares earned Rs 1687 crore, the BSE website showed. The sale has enabled to reduce his stake in the bank from 30.74% to 29.79% on Friday. On Monday morning, the trade was executed and the trade happened near Friday’s closing price of Rs 937.40 per share.

Earlier in the month, through a qualified institutional placement (QIP) had raised Rs 5803.20 crore by selling 6.2 crores to institutional investors. This selling had allowed Kotak to reduce his stake from 32.08% to 30.74%.

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The Reliance Communications is the top loser after Adani Enterprises in the BSE Mid-cap index. The stock has slipped taking cues from the company’s price fall in overseas bond.

The worries over company’s dollar-denominated debt have risen in the markets. The leading business daily has reported that the company do not have enough foreign exchange revenue to mitigate the risks arising from the currency fluctuations.

As reported by the leading business daily, the company has around USD 1 billion dollar-denominated debt due for maturity in March 2018.

The stock has touched its fresh 52-week low of Rs 27.25 per share. It is moving downwards with the huge trading volume of 1,37,45,611 shares as of 1043 hours on NSE.

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Videocon Industries, the diversified Indian company during Tuesday’s trading session has breached its lower circuit of Rs 64.80 per share, extending its losses for the second consecutive trading session. The stock is down by 20% or Rs 16 .20 per share on the BSE at 1035 hours.

The stocks on Monday also breached its lower circuit of Rs 80.40 per share on the BSE. The stock is trading at near its March 2009 lows of 65.60.

Recently, with the default on payments, Dena Bank had declared Videocon Industries account as non-performing asset (NPA) in the fourth quarter ended March 2017.Dena Bank had become the first lender to classify Videocon Industries as a bad loan. The company which was once a dominant player in television market, also ventured into oil and gas, special economic zones and telecom. 

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DLF, the largest commercial real estate developer in India, is dragging the BSE Realty index to its day’s low. The stock of the company is heavily contributing to the index losses since opening sessions. The index is at 1963 level lower by 49 points or 2.4%.

Along with DLF, HDIL and Indiabulls Real Estate are the among the top contributors to the index losses. DLF is trading down by 3.8%, HDIL is down by 4.9% and Indiabulls Real Estate is down by 2% at 1046 hours.

Other stock in the sectoral index such as, Unitech is down by 3.35, Oberoi Realty is down by 2.2%, Phoenix Limited is down by 1.5%, Sobha is down by 0.9%, Omaxe is down by 0.4% and Prestige is down by 0.1%.

On the Other hand, Godrej Properties is the only stock in the sectoral index to trade in the green zone. The stock is up by 1.1%.

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FMCG heavyweight ITC Ltd stock has projected a bearish mood in the first half of today’s session witnessing weak trading of over 1% at Rs 300.45 per share on BSE.

The share rallied over 6% on the previous day of trade, its single largest gain in 14 months, the stock has also traded on a fresh 52 week high of Rs 304.90 per share on BSE and Rs 304.80 per share on NSE on the previous day trade.

On today’s intraday trade the stock attracted a traded volume of Rs 1,01,53,037 shares and a traded value of Rs 30,486.52 lakhs on NSE at 12:22 IST.

Meanwhile, FMCG index is trading in bearish sentiments dipping over 153 points or 0.61% at 25,076 levels.

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Monday, 22 May 2017

NCDEX- BUY RMSEED JUN ABOVE 3667 TGT 3687,3717,3737 SL 3649

NCDEX- BUY TMC JUN ABOVE 5616 TGT 5656,5696,5736 SL 5584

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Hindustan Construction Company Limited (HCC), as a lead partner in the joint venture with HSEPL, has been awarded Rs 672.99 crore contract on EPC basis for the construction of Parwan Gravity Dam by the Water Resources Department, Government of Rajasthan, said HCC in its BSE filing on Monday.

HCC’s share in the JV is 90% (Rs 605.70 crore), it also said adding that the project envisages construction of a concrete gravity dam and 8.475 km long tunnel for irrigation and water supply purpose involving civil, hydro-mechanical, and electrical works on EPC basis. A 21-km long access road will be also constructed to the project site. The project will be completed in 48 months.

Hindustan Construction Company Limited was trading flat as at 14.10, on Monday, on the BSE.

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During the pre lunch session, Indiabulls Ventures galloped on BSE over 5%. The company’s subsidiary Indiabulls Asset Reconstruction company, a wholly owned subsidiary has been granted the Certificate of Registration by the Reserve Bank of India under Section 3 of The SARFAESI Act 2002.

Indiabulls Ventures Ltd is the sole sponsor of the ARC and owns 100% of the equity stake of the company. The parent company has already infused Rs 100 crore equity in the ARC. The stock has outperformed BSE Small Cap index and Nifty Financial Services index on yearly basis.

BSE Small-cap index has imbibed a bearish mood and is slipping the trade over 36 points or 0.24% at 15190 levels.

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