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SMC Global Securities : A Leading Financial Services Provider in India :)

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Why should I Invest ?

Where do I Invest ?

Who would Guide me to take informed decision on my Investments ?

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SMC Global Securities, a leading Financial services provider in India, a vertically integrated investment solutions company, with a pan-india presence is there to guide you and provide complete investment solutions to you.

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Currently, SMC has a highly efficient workforce of over 4,000 employees & one of the largest retail network in India currently serving the financial needs of more than 5,50,000 satisfied investors.

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If you find yourself asking the question –

Why should I Save ?

Why should I Invest ?

Where do I Invest ?

Who would Guide me to take informed decision on my Investments ?

…then look no further !

SMC Global, a leading Financial services provider in India, a vertically integrated investment solutions company, with a pan-india presence is there to guide you and provide complete investment solutions to you.

Currently, SMC has a highly efficient workforce of over 4,000 employees & one of the largest retail network in India currently serving the financial needs of more than 5,50,000 satisfied investors.

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Indian Stocks Rise; Bharti, Telecom Companies Lead Advance

Bull & Bears

Indian stocks rose for the seventh day, driving the benchmark index to its highest monthly gain in more than a year. Telecom shares led gains after the government said it aims to auction high-speed mobile phone service permits.

Bharti Airtel Ltd., the largest mobile operator, jumped to a three-month high on news that so-called 3G licenses will be auctioned off at a starting price of 35 billion rupees ($716 million).

The Bombay Stock Exchange’s Sensitive Index, or Sensex, added 108.66, or 0.7 percent, to 15,889.73, according to preliminary closing prices. The gauge gained 4.3 percent this week. The S&P CNX Nifty Index on the National Stock Exchange advanced 0.8 percent to 4,723.85. The BSE 200 Index rose 0.7 percent to 1,945.33.

Private Equity Players Making Smart Exits!!

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Private equity players have finally made smart exits after the market turned northward during the last five months.

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PE players sold PE shares worth about Rs 1,500 crore during this period using the bulk and block deal window.

According to an ET analysis, selling primarily took place during the month of May and August, 2009 and major sellers included Chrys Capital and Citigroup Venture Capital.

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According to Jagannadham Thunuguntla, equity head at SMC Capitals, the severe correction in the stock market during the year 2008 resulted in substantial losses to private equity players which invested in listed companies.

The recent upward movement of the market helped in recovery of their losses.

This is also the main reason for private equity players selling their stakes.

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As per another Expert, there are two main reasons for exit of PE players.

β€œEveryone is doing a business and one needs cash to carry out businesses. Market crash during September-October last year evaporated the liquidity” said an expert.

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The positive rally of the equity market started on March 9, 2009. Since then the Sensex, has gone up by more than 84%.

In a block deal a minimum quantity of 5 lakh shares or shares with a minimum value of Rs 5 cr is transacted through a single transaction window provided by the stock exchange.

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Whereas, if more than 0.5% of the number of equity shares of a company gets traded under a single client code, it is known as bulk deal.

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Movers and Shakers of Today’s Market : 22nd AuG,2009 :)

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MOvers and Shakers

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Here we present you with the data of Top Gainers and Losers in BSE Index and NSE Nifty for today.

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Top Gainers shows the list of stocks that have gained the most (% terms) compared to their last closing prices. πŸ™‚

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Top Losers shows the list of stocks that have lost the most (% terms) compared to their last closing prices.

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1. Top Gainers in Sensex

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Top Gainers Sensex

2. Top Losers in Sensex

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Top Losers Sensex

3. Top Gainers in Nifty

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Top Gainers

4. Top Losers in Nifty

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Top Losers Nifty


Click HERE to view company’s detailed stock quote and company profile.

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Top Gainers shows the list of stocks that have gained the most (% terms) compared to their last closing prices. πŸ™‚

Top Losers shows the list of stocks that have lost the most (% terms) compared to their last closing prices. 😦

VC/PE funds set their sight on Micro Finance companies :)

Venture Capitalists

Venture capitalists/PE (private equity) funds are now looking at investing in micro finance companies in India.

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According to observers, around Rs 1,000 crore is expected to be invested by venture capitalists/PE funds in the Indian micro finance space (MFIs) this year.

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In fact, of the 50 private equity deals worth $1 billion in banking and finance in the last 18 months, MFIs alone accounted for 20 deals amounting to $200 million.

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Apart from MFI focused funds, other venture capitalists and PE funds who consider opportunities in the financial services space are now adding micro finance to their portfolio.

Many venture capitalists are excited about investing in this space now.

Many MFIs especially south-based ones have the right professionals and processes in place. Early stage investors are keen to enter this space.

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The venture fund does early stage investment and primarily focuses in healthcare and technology.

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Many MFIs have also demonstrated scalability of the business and also boast of a good management structure, essential elements for VC/PE funding.

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The PEs Exodus???

The PE Exodus

Several PE Funds seen selling investments in Open Market.

As per Jagannadham T, equity head, SMC Capitals, the recent bounce in the markets have come as a fresh breather of life for many PE investments and they are using it to exit from some of the investments.

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Institutional Investors have become more sceptical in committing funds!

Equity Head

Private equity firms are becoming cautious about making fresh investments in India with less funds flowing into this segment as institutional investors have become more skeptical in committing funds without thorough research, experts says.

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The rush for PE investments into India has slowdown a bit at present.

Managers are studying the companies more carefully before making any new investment commitment as of now.

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PE funds investing in India has turned cautious and limited partner or the part owners of funds are raising questions over the intent of the investment owing to the fact that global PE fund dipped to record lows during the second quarter of 2009.

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“Limited partners or institutional investors are increasingly becoming sceptical about their investment decisions and are questioning the intent of the General Partners,” SMC Capitals Equity Head Jagnnadham Thunuguntla said.

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PE funds are now preferring to liquidate their stake asΒ Β  capital market sentiment is improved.

The degree of scepticisim in the Indian Market has reduced to what it was few months back.

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However, with the capital market boom, PE funds are now preferring to exit via open market transactions,” Thunuguntla added.

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However, India is among the few markets wherein the PE firms are still looking at investments in times of downturn, though cautiously.

During second quarter 2009, globally 89 private equity funds reached a final close securing $79.7 billion among them. as per the latest survey.

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“The capital market bounce starting April 2009 has seen several PE (Private Equity) funds selling their investments in the open market.

The recent market bounce has given a fresh breather of life for several PE investments with impressive recovery of losses,” Thunuguntla said.

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Private equity firms are becoming cautious about making fresh investments in India with less funds flowing into this segment as institutional investors have become more sceptical in committing funds without thorough research, experts says.