Monday, October 8, 2012
Share Market News Today: Stocks To Buy Today
The first trading day of the week, is introduced with the market weakness. Asian markets fell by 0.25 per cent and in the Indian market has seen a decline. However, in today's business heavyweight stocks are looking up than small-medium stocks. The oil & gas, capital goods, realty and banking stocks led the market selling pressure. Healthcare, Consumer durables, metals and FMCG stocks has not been much fall shopping dominating force in the market.
The 30-share BSE index Sensex is leading a loss with 78 points, down by 0.44 per cent is trading at 18852.50. The NSE 50-share Nifty index is decline by 32.45 points, down by 0.57 percent lead with osteoporosis is trading at 5713.50 levels.
In Today's market business DLF, Tata Power, BHEL and Reliance Industries in heavyweight stocks declined by 4 to 2 per cent. Also Ambuja Cement, Hindalco, Kotak Mahindra Bank, PNB, Wipro, ACC, Grasim, L & T, Reliance Infra, JP Associates giants like Bank of Baroda and 1.7 to 1 per cent in stocks has weakened. However, Sun Pharma, Bharti Airtel, Cipla, BPCL, Jindal Steel, Tata Steel, Asian Paints, Sesa Goa, NTPC and heavyweight stocks like Cairn India recorded a 4-1 per cent.
Bajaj Electric midcap stocks, KSK Energy, Vkrangi software, Jain Irrigation and DB Realty are the most robust 4.7 to 6.7 per cent. However Tulip Telecom, Sintex Industries, amtek India, Apollo Tyres and midcap stocks like Allcargo 5 to 1.7 per cent decline. Aegis Logistics, West Coast Paper, Winsome Diamond, Uttam Galva and small-cap stocks such as Balaji Telifilms has 9.75 to 6.7 per cent. However Jagatjit Industries, mind Industries, Jyoti Consumer, Small-cap stocks such as Htson Agro and Projon capital has weakened from 4.8 to 3.3 per cent.
On Friday, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) in the cash segment circuit freeze due to a fall of 15 per cent has appeared in several stocks. Nifty hit the lower circuit in a single stroke on Friday and at 9:50 in the morning in the cache itself Trading was halted. Nifty fell 900 points and Sensex 300 points. The NSE began trading again at 10:05. According to the reply of the 650 million shares of the circuit there is a surprise start and NSE should the consequent losses. NSE Investor Protection Fund have him make profits and losses so that traders can fulfill. However, he believes that the NSE should not cancel a deal on Friday. The heavy losses to small investors and their confidence in the market suffers. Such incidents should not have happened with the NSE SEBI should take steps.
FDI in retail would only declare the money when the incoming government to support it. The government is also working quite right to say that reform was not working and they were confined for a long time. In view of the forthcoming elections in the coming budget will announcements. He also announced that the current climate of the country is fine. 5.5 to 6 per cent in fiscal year 2013 and the country's GDP growth is not expected to have less risk of being downgraded.