November 7, 2013

Market Pulse - 7 Nov, 2013

Market Pulse - 7 Nov, 2013

Market Pulse - 7 Nov, 2013

Markets after flat positive opening surged higher in early noon session but erased its gains, after rating agency Standard and Poor (S&P) said that it may cut India’s rating to below investment grade, if the next government fail to provide a credible plan to overturn the country’s low economic growth. The S&P BSE Sensex closed down by 72.17 points or 0.35% at 20,822.77, after touching a high of 21,142.85 and a low of 20,797.06 in the intra-day. The CNX Nifty also declined by 27.90 points or 0.45% at 6,187.25. It touched a high of 6,288.95 and a low of 6,180.80 intra-day today.

Among the sectoral indices, IT and Metal were only the indices gaining up by 1.25% and 0.64%, while sectoral indices like Realty, Consumer Durables and Bankex indices dropped between 3-2% each followed by Power, PSU, Capital Goods and Auto indices declining between 2-1%. FMCG and Healthcare were other sectoral losers. In the broader markets, Mid-cap index dropped by 1.07% and Small-cap index also declined by 1.14% respectively.

Among the index gainers include, Tata Steel surging by 3.64%, followed by Infosys, TCS, Bajaj Auto and Hindalco Industries gaining between 2-1% each. Sesa Sterlite, Dr Reddys Lab, Sun Pharma, Hindustan Unilever were some of the other gainers on the list.

Among the index losers were BHEL and SBI dropping by 4.27% and 3.17%, Tata Motors, ICICI Bank, Tata Power, Bharti Airtel, Reliance Industries and Gail India felling between 3-1%. Coal India, L&T, Cipla, HDFC and HDFC Bank were some of other losers.

The overall market breadth ended weak with 1,402 shares declining as compared to 1,080 shares advancing while 149 shares remained unchanged.

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