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IDFC leads the gainers of group ‘A’ on BSE

Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) is currently trading at Rs 204.80, up by 9.15 points or 4.68% from its previous closing of Rs 195.65 on the BSE.

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The scrip opened at Rs 197.00 and has touched a high and low of Rs 205.30 and Rs. 196.00 respectively. So far 1985833 shares were traded on the counter.

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The BSE group ‘A’ stock of face value Rs 10 has touched a 52 week high of Rs 201.05 on 16-Sep-2010 and a 52 week low of Rs 139.80 on 04-Nov-2009.

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Last one week high and low of the scrip stood at Rs 205.30 and Rs 191.10 respectively. The current market cap of the company is Rs 29243.72 crore.

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The Institutions holding in the company stood at 86.68% and Non institution were holding 13.32% of stake respectively.

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The other top gainers of BSE group ‘A’ were DLF up by 4.86%, Centeral Bank up by 4.58%, Aban Offshore up by 4.57%, Federal Bank up by 4.48% and Everest Kanto up by 4.38%

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The Institutions and Non-Institutions holding in the company stood at 86.68% and 13.32% respectively.

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Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) is planning to mop up about Rs 3,400 crore via issue of long-term bonds which is expected to open in the first week of October. In this regard, the company has already filed the draft papers with the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

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According to the Draft Shelf Prospectus, the said bonds will have the face value of Rs 5,000 and some part will be utilized for infrastructure lending. This will be the first public issue under the new rule that allows tax benefits for investment in long-term infrastructure bonds.

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The company has reported a net profit of Rs 319.71 crore for the quarter ending on June 30, 2010 against Rs 243.49 crore for the quarter ending on June 30, 2009, up 31.30%.

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The company provides financial assistance to various segments such as power, roads, ports, telecommunications, information technology, urban infrastructure, healthcare, education infrastructure, food and agri-business infrastructure, healthcare and tourism.

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Downward Movement Hits Indian Equities Markets

Downward Movement Hits Indian Equities Markets

Downward Movement Hits Indian Equities Markets

Indian equities markets entered into a consolidation zone with analysts terming the downward movement as long expected.

A benchmark index fell 5.44 percent from its last weekly close and ended trade below the 16,000-mark.

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The 30-share sensitive index (Sensex) ended 914.53 points, or 5.44 percent lower, at 15,896.28 points at the weekly close Friday, as opposed to the previous week’s close at 16,810.81 points.

The broader S&P CNX Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE), too slipped, closing at 4,711.7 points, down 5.7 percent from its last weekly close.

However, companies with large-to-medium market capitalization saw greater selling with the BSE midcap index ending 7.36 percent lower and the BSE smallcap index losing 8.01 percent over the last week.

“This consolidation was expected anyways as the valuations were not commensurate with the earnings of corporates. To an extent a correction in valuations was warranted,” said Jagannadham Thunuguntla, equities head of brokerage and capital markets consultancy SMC Capital.

The markets started on a cautious note Monday ahead of the Reserve Bank of India‘s mid-year policy review Tuesday.

The Sensex ended a volatile day at 16,740.50 points — 70.31 points or 0.42 percent lower than Friday’s close.

The Nifty followed a similar trajectory and ended in negative at 4,970.9 points, down 0.52 percent.

Both benchmark indices nosedived Tuesday as the RBI indicated in its policy review that it would start tightening the monetary policy and look at exiting the stimulus measures.

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Data with markets watchdog Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) showed that foreign funds were net sellers during the week, having sold scrips worth $12.8 million.

The top gainers this week on the Sensex were

Tata Motors (up 7.2 percent),
Ranbaxy Labs (up 4.8 percent),
Wipro (up 2.9 percent),
Grasim (up 1.6 percent) and
Hindustan Unilever (up 1 percent).

The top losers were :

DLF (down 18.5 percent),
Reliance Capital (down 14.5 percent),
Reliance Infrastructure (down 14.2 percent),
Hindalco (down 13.9 percent) and
Reliance Power (down 12.9 percent).

“Broadly speaking only about one percent of the quarterly results show a sound top line growth. Profits might have increased, but that is not because of increase in core operations – cost cutting and other income have contributed towards it,” said Thunuguntla.

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Corporate India Mobilized Rs 21k crore through Share Sale :)

India Inc has mobilised over Rs 21,000 crore through share sale to institutional investors in the past six months

India Inc has mobilised over Rs 21,000 crore through share sale to institutional investors in the past six months

India Inc has mobilized over Rs 21,000 crore through share sale to institutional investors in the past six months, which is nearly half the amount proposed to be raised by these companies.

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According to data compiled by SMC Capital, during the period starting March 2009, Indian corporates raised about Rs 21,377 crore through 29 Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP) issuances.

“The companies are preparing for a second round of institutional placement.

The firms which have not raised the amount they had proposed initially is most likely to launch another QIP issue,” SMC Capital Equity Head Jagannadham Thunuguntla said.

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Despite the fact that Indian corporates were quite aggressive in QIP fund raising in the past six months, on an average they raised only 48.63 per cent of the amount approved by their board or shareholders, he said.

Early this year, India Inc announced intentions for raising funds through QIP, as all possible sources of fund raising dried up.

Of the total fund raised thorough the QIP route in the past six months, over Rs 10,300 crore, comprising nearly half of the total amount raised, has been mobilised by the cash-starved real estate companies, including DLF, Unitech and Indiabulls Real estate.

Weekly Equity Update 14th-21st August :)

EQUITY MARKET UPDATE1


The week gone by started on a weak note and domestic market nosedived deep into red terrain on huge selling pressure over the ground as unsatisfactory US consumer sentiment report weakened concerns about the recovery in global economy.

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In addition, weak Asian markets along with negative European markets also took huge beating on the bourses.

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Furthermore a poor monsoon rattled the markets, raising fears it could hurt economic prospects of corporates. However it is expected that market may remain volatile next week.

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In this year poor rains have raised worries about growth in India’s domestic-demand driven economy.

But a ray of hope was shown by FM saying that the government will take all the required steps to control drought.

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India has attracted 8% higher FDI to $2.58 billion in June 2009, from $2.39 billion in June 2008.

FII inflow in calendar year 2009 totaled Rs 35,773.40 crore. Inflation for the week ended 8th August stood at -1.53%with the previous week’s annual decline of -1.74%.

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MARKET OUTLOOK

Trend of world markets is still up. US and Europe were holding strong whereas a correction had come in Asia, but overall they are all up.

Shanghai looks to have topped out but till we are holding above 4450-4350 zone in Nifty, there is no need to worry.

Sensex has support between 15000-14700 levels and Nifty between 4450-4350 levels. 🙂

However it is expected that market may remain volatile next week!!

Further more Global markets will also play a pivotal role in setting the direction. Inadequate monsoon rains may continue to weigh on investor sentiment. 😦

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TABLES :

1. Indian and Sectoral Indices :

weekly indices update

2. BSE Movers and Shakers & IA Equity Figures :

Weekly BSE Gainers- Losers update🙂

3. NSE Movers and Shakers :

NSE Weekly Movers and Shakers

4. MONEY MARKET & ECONOMIC INDICATORS :

MONEY MARKET & ECONOMIC INDICATORS

5. GLOBAL INDICES :

Weekly GLOBAL INDICES

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NEWS ROUND UP

Economy

After falling for three weeks in a row, inflation rate rose to -1.53 per cent for the week ended August 8, primarily due to dearer primary articles, especially food items.

The inflation rate for the previous week ended August 1 was -1.74 per cent and stood at 12.82 per cent during the corresponding period in 2008.

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Oil & Gas

·Reliance Industries may sell part of its stakes in some of the overseas oil and gas blocks to lower its exploration risk.

RIL, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Reliance Exploration and Production DMZ, holds interests in 15 overseas exploration blocks and is considering farming-out a part of its stake.

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Realty/ Infrastructure

DLF, the country’s largest realty firm, bagged a 350-acre plot for Rs 1,750 crore in Haryana for developing a recreation and leisure project, making it one of the costliest land deals in recent times.

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Information Technologies

·Geometric Ltd has announced the release of version 2.0 of its visualisation product, 3DPaintBrush.

This is an innovative visualisation and rendering tool that helps create near photo-realistic images, animations, and videos from 2D models in real-time.

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Trend of world markets is still up. US and Europe were holding strong whereas a correction had come in Asia, but overall they are all up. Shanghai looks to have topped out but till we are holding above 4450-4350 zone in Nifty, there is no need to worry.