At 10:10 AM, the S&P BSE Sensex is trading at 26,292 down mere seven points, while NSE Nifty is trading at 8,145 up 33 points.
The BSE Mid-cap Index is trading down 0.21% at 12,019, whereas BSE Small-cap Index is trading down 0.41% at 11,859.
Axis Bank, Tata Motors, Lupin, SBI, Bharti Airtel and ICICI Bank are among the gainers, whereas Wipro, Dr Reddy’s, Sun Pharmaceuticals, Power Grid and Coal India are losing sheen on BSE.
Some buying activity is seen in banking, auto financial services, FMCG and realty sectors, while media and IT sectors are showing weakness on NSE.
The INDIA VIX is down 6.75% at 18.1850. Out of 1,853 stocks traded on the NSE, 524 declined, 927 advanced and 402 remained unchanged today.
A total of three stocks registered a fresh 52-week high in trade today, while 16 stocks touched a new 52-week low on the NSE.
Moody’s has affirmed India’s Baa3 rating and the positive outlook but no upgrade is on the anvil.
Global cues turned weak as profit booking sets in after a week of heady gains both on the indices & bond yields. With US dollar also weakening emerging markets saw a relief rally with Brazilian index up almost 2% even as most European markets ended in the red. We could see some Asian markets also bounce from oversold territory as value buying emerges.
On the global front, all eyes will be on Janet Yellen as she speaks before congress today.
Nasscom cut growth guidance for the industry to 8-10 % in constant currency terms from 10-12%. According to the guidance, India will continue to gain market share of 7% of global software and IT services and 56% of global sourcing.
New Delhi has woken up to tremors as a 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck on the Delhi-Haryana border early morning. The first day of Parliament’s Winter session saw the Opposition launch an attack on the government for the demonetisation of high value currencies.
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