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CH CLOSING BELL:

NIFTY FUTURE UP 0.65 @ 10471

BANK NIFTY FUTURE DOWN 57 @ 25650

SENSEX DOWN 59 @ 33777

INR 64.07

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Dabur to Pass on GST benefit to Customers, Cuts Prices by upto 9%

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The management of FMCG major Dabur Ltd made a statement yesterday informing that the company had reduced prices by 9% in order to pass through the benefits of GST tax rate reductions.

Other FMCG companies like HUL, ITC and Marico have also lowered prices to allow customers to benefit from the reduction in GST tax rates. The FMCG industry is one of the major industries to benefit after the GST council revised tax rates lower for a wide range of categories.

The management of Dabur guided that they would continue to maintain their high single-digit guidance though the price cut could have a positive impact on demand.

Dabur is one of the largest FMCG companies in India. The company primarily operates in four segments: consumer care, international business, foods and retail. Last one week high and low of the scrip stood at Rs 341.5 and Rs 325 respectively.

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10 Stocks Rose up to 20% in a Week

The S&P BSE Sensex closed flat with a slight positive bias for the week ended November 17 even after a big booster provided by Moody’s Investors Service on Friday. But, there was plenty of action seen in small and midcap stocks.

Although, bears remained in control of D-Street for the most part of the week, back-to-back rallies on Thursday and Friday helped pare losses. The S&P BSE Sensex hit a low of 32,683.59 on Wednesday before closing the week at 33,342.80, up 659 points.

The index closed on a flat note but there plenty of action seen in the S&P BSE 500 index. Ten stocks rose in the range of 10-22 percent in just 5 trading days which include names like Radico Khaitan which rallied 22 percent, followed by Hatsun Agro which surged 15 percent, and Religare Enterprises was up by 15.5 percent in the same period.

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The last time Moody’s upgraded India was in 2004 to Baa3, moving India to an ‘Investment Grade Destination’. Ratings Below BBB(-)/ Baa3 are indicative of Junk status.

After Moody’s upgrade of India’s sovereign debt rating, all eyes are on other global rating agencies such as Fitch as S&P.

But, experts feel that they are unlikely to make a move in the near term and wait until fiscal deficit situations get into a comfortable situation which is why it is said that rating changes move with a lag.

The Nifty came closer to its crucial resistance level of 10,300 after slipping below 10,100 last week in intraday trade. Investors are advised to tread with caution and build aggressive longs only when Nifty50 is able to take out 10350-10411 on closing basis.

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Tata Teleservices spurts 5% after block deal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tata Teleservices stock spurted 5% on the BSE. Around 22 lakh shares changed hands in a block deal.

The stock is currently trading at Rs 7.71, up by Rs 0.36 or 4.9% from its previous closing of Rs 7.35 on the BSE.

The scrip opened at Rs 6.99 and has touched a high and low of Rs 7.71 and Rs 6.99 respectively.

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Gayatri Projects hits Lifetime High on Law Tribunal Nod

Gayatri Projects Shares of Gayatri Projects hit a lifetime high as the company got clearance from the National Company Law Tribunal for restructuring its road assets business.

The restructuring is between Gayatri Projects, Gayatri Infra Ventures and Gayatri Highways.

All road assets owned by Gayatri Infra Ventures and Gayatri Projects will be emerged into Gayatri Highways, and shareholders of the company will get equal shares of Gayatri Highways.

Gayatri Projects Ltd is currently trading at Rs 200, up by Rs 5.65 or 2.91% from its previous closing of Rs 194.35 on the BSE. The scrip opened at Rs 196.2 and has touched a high and low of Rs 208.85 and Rs 194.1 respectively.

Gayatri Projects is a Hyderabad-based infrastructure company engaged in construction and projects activity. It executes civil works, including roads, irrigation, industrial projects, railway projects, power projects and transmission and distribution. Road projects contribute 55.6% to the current order book, followed by irrigation at 25.7%.

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Results to watch out – Infosys, HDFC Bank, ZEE, Ambuja

The results which are expected today are Infosys, HDFC Bank, Ambuja Cements, Asian Paints, Zee Ent, ABB India, Can Fin Homes, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company, Rallis India, Raymond, Artson Engineering, Chambal Fertilizers And Chemicals,  GHCL, Indian Metals And Ferro Alloys, Phillips Carbon Black, Radico Khaitan, Saregama India, TTK Prestige.

Here is the street expectation for the companies:

Infosys Q2FY18: (QoQ):

  • PAT likely to increase by 1.3% to Rs 3,530 Cr.
  • Dollar Revenue may rise by 3.5% to $ 2,745 Cr.
  • EBIT is seen up 1.1% higher at Rs 4,156 Cr.
  • EBIT margin is seen narrowing to 23.6% from 24.1%.

HDFC Bank Q2 FY18 (YoY):

  • PAT likely to increase by 20.7% at Rs 4,171 Cr.
  • NIM expected to be stable sequentially at 4.4%.
  • NII seen 20.2% up at Rs 9,610 Cr.

Ambuja Cements Q3 CY17 (YoY):

  • PAT may decline 13.2% at Rs 240 Cr.
  • Sales is seen higher by 14% at Rs 2,280 Cr.
  • EBITDA seen up 20.2% at Rs 365 Cr.
  • Margin may expand to 16% from 15.1%.

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WORLD MARKET UPDATE

HANG SENG 4

NIKKEI 36

SHANGHAI 6.5

DOWJONES -54.67

NASDAQ -42.22

SGX NIFTY -12

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BHARAT FINANCIAL INCLUSION will merge with Induslnd Bank. The two sides also froze the swap ratio at 639 shares of the bank for every 1,000 shares of BHARAT FINANCIAL INCLUSION. Ashok Leyland said that the Delhi High Court has stayed a government directive disqualifying one of its directors till Nov 1.

Bajaj Corp is looking at acquisition opportunities targeting niche brands and also aiming to capture a market share of 65% in light hair oil segment by 2018-19. Airtel, through its subsidiaries, has completed the deal with Millicom International to merge their operations in Ghana.

Bodal Chemical’s board has closed the qualified institutional placement issue and fixed the issue price at 172 rupees per share. Cadila Healthcare as received the US Food and Drug Administration’s final approval to market Allopurinol tablets in 100-mg and 300-mg strengths.

Reliance Mutual Fund bought 2.3 mln shares of Cyient or 2.07% of its total outstanding shares for 520 rupees a share via two bulk deals on the BSE. Dena Bank closed its qualified institutional placement of shares, setting an issue price of 29.20 rupees apiece.

GE Power India has won two orders worth of 3.27 bln rupees from Doosan Power Systems India to supply ambient air quality control systems to be installed at power plants. HCL Infosystem has scheduled board meeting on Saturday to mull rights issue of shares has been deferred to next week.

HCL Technologies announced a new intellectual-property partnership agreement with US-based DXC Technology, calling off the its previous joint venture with the American company, entered into in 2015. Hindalco is gearing up to mount a multi-billion dollar bid to acquire Aleris Corp from its private equity owners, sources said.

ICICI PRU Life Insurance has increased its stake in SADBHAV ENGINEERING to 7.89% by purchasing shares through open market on Friday. IDBI Bank’s employees along with the members of various bank unions would hold a two-day strike later this month demanding wage revision.

A group of domestic investors are arguing that IDFC has no management bandwidth to run the truck financing business of Shriram Group, besides demanding a better share swap ratio, sources said. INFO EDGE (INDIA) has invested 507.1 mln rupees in Etechaces Marketing and Consulting.

JSPL has managed to repay its outstanding interest dues to lenders, using a large part of the proceeds of the sale of two of its oxygen plants to SREI Equipment Finance last week. Kotak Mahindra Bank has bought 26% equity stake in its subsidiary Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance from Old Mutual Plc for Rs 12.93 bln .

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Bringing fuel under GST: Govt on the horns of a dilemma

After the Central government reduced the excise duty on motor fuels, state governments matched the move by cutting the VAT imposed on motor fuels. Gujarat and Maharashtra have announced a reduction of 4 percent and Himachal Pradesh has announced a 1 percent cut. Meanwhile Uttarakhand has proposed a 2 percent cut in VAT and another 2 percent in cess. This move helps in easing the rising prices of retail fuel and has reignited the debate on uniform taxation on motor fuels and their inclusion under GST.

Even as a section of the Street argues that petroleum products (a key input for almost all industries) should be brought under the ambit of GST, we examine the feasibility of the same in the wake of the raging debate.

What is the furor about?

Even after excise and VAT cuts, prices for petrol and diesel at Rs 72 per litre and Rs 59 per litre, stand close to their three-year highs. Over these last three years global crude prices have halved from around USD 110 per barrel to USD 56 per barrel. This effectively means that Indian consumers are paying almost the same for petrol and diesel when crude was at USD 110/barrel.

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