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April 24, 2017

Reliance Industries beats street estimates, post net profit at Rs 8,151 crore for Q4


Yes Bank beats estimates, reports Rs 914 crore Q4 net profitReliance Industries has reported a rise in Net Profit at Rs 8,151 crore, up by 1.60 percent for the quarter ended on March 2017. Its annual profit stood at Rs 31,425 for FY17, up by 18.80 percent Y-o-Y.

Company’s Gross Refining Margins improved by 6 percent to $11.5 per barrel, as against $10.8 in FY16 for the same period.

The company reported a standalone Total Revenue of Rs 74,598 crore, up by 12 percent as compared with Rs 66,606 crore for previous quarter. Its annual Total Revenue for FY17 stood at Rs 265,041 crore as compared with FY16 of Rs 251,241 crore.

The EBIDTA (Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortisation) margin of the company surged by 17.09 percent, to Rs 75,696 crore as compared to Rs 69,631 Q-o-Q for FY17.

The Petrochemical EBIT (Earnings Before Interest & Tax) margin for the quarter ended on March 2017, declined to 13.6 percent from 13.9 per cent Y-o-Y in the same period. Even Refining EBIT (Earnings Before Interest & Tax) margins too were down by 9.8 percent, as compared with 15.8 percent for FY16 in the same quarter.

The company has recommended a dividend of Rs 11 per Equity Share on face value of Rs 10.

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August 21, 2013

Market Pulse - 21 Aug, 2013

Market Pulse 21 Aug 2013Markets extended its losses for the fourth consecutive days sheding off its early gains, led by bleeding Rupee which is hitting new lows amid rising fears of US Federal reserves rolling back its stimulus soon. The S&P BSE Sensex ended 340.13 points or 1.85% lower to 17,905.91. The CNX Nifty dropped by 98.90 points or 1.83% to 5,302.55.

Among the sectoral indices, Metal and Oil & Gas indices dropped by almost 4% followed by Realty, FMCG, Healthcare, Capital Goods, Power and Auto all the indices slipped between 2%-3%, while Bank and Consumer Durables ended on a positive note. In the broader market both the Mid-cap and Small-cap index fell down by 1.24% and 0.82% respectively.

Major index gainers were, BHEL surged up by 3.15, HDFC and HDFC Bank gaining between 2-3%, Gail (India) and Tata Power advanced by 0.72% and 0.14%.

Major index losers were, Bharti Airtel crashing down by over 6%, Sterlite Inds, Hindalco Inds and Tata Steel dropped between 3-5%, RIL declined by 4.72%, ONGC dropped by over 2%, Infosys and TCS slumped between 1-2% and ITC slipping by almost 3%.

The rupee hitting fresh life-time low of 64.5250 per dollar on rising fears that the US Federal Reserve will soon start withdrawing its monetary stimulus to the US economy. However the partially convertible Rupee closed at 64.11/12 per dollar, down by 1.30% on back of oil refiners buying dollars.

Reliance Industries dropped by 4.72%, after reports that RIL (Reliance Industries Ltd) been asked to sell gas it has failed earlier to deliver at the old price of $4.12 per million British thermal unit.

The overall market breadth ended firm negative with 1,350 shares declining as compared to 915 shares advancing.

June 6, 2013

Market Pulse - 6 Jun, 2013

Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 16:00 PM
Markets closed tad weak, led by index heavy weight.
Market Update
Markets opened weak in the morning and traded almost subdued till in late noon when markets gained momentum and stroked the days' high but could not sustain the gains and slipped again and ended the day in negative, led by index heavy weights. Sensex closed down by 48.73 points or 0.25% at 19,519.49 after opening weak down by 64.54 points or 0.33% at 19,503.68 and touched a high of 19,635.37 and a low of 19,395.32 while Nifty closed down by 2.45 points or 0.04% at 5,921.40 after opened negative down by 28.85 points or 0.49% at 5,895 and touched a high of 5,956.55 and a low of 5,869.50 in the day.

Sectoral wise, barring for Bankex and Realty indices which managed to close positive up by 0.90% 0.47% all other indices closed weak with Healthcare index leading the list dropped by 1.22% follwed by Oil & Gas, Consumer Durables, Power and Metal indices declined between 1%-0.50%, IT and FMCG fell up by 0.41% and 0.20%, PSU and Capital Goods down by 0.17% and 0.09% while Auto index ended almost flat positive up by 0.05%. In Broader markets both the indices Mid-cap and Small-cap ended marginally up by 0.12% and 0.15% respectively.

Major stock gainers were, ICICI Bank Limited, Wipro Limited, and Maruti Suzuki rose between 2%-1% each, State Bank of India, Larsen & Toubro, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Consultancy Services and Hindalco Industries Limited gained between 1%-0.20%, Hindustan Unilever inched up by 0.10% while HDFC almost falt up by 0.02%.

Major stock losers were, Bharti Airtel Limited dropped by 2.17%, Sun Pharmaceuticals, NTPC, Infosys, Tata Steel Limited, Hero Motocorp, BHEL, Dr Reddys Laboratories, Sterlite Industries Limited, Gail (India) and Reliance Industries Limited slipped between 2%-1%, Tata Power Company, Jindal Steel & Power Limited, HDFC Bank Limited and Bajaj Auto fell between 1%-0.50%, ONGC and Tata Motors Limited declined by 0.17% and 0.16% while Cipla Limited and Coal India Limited tad down by 0.05% and 0.02%.

Reliance Industries Limited declined down by 1.03%. In the company's AGM, Mr. Mukesh Ambani stated that RIL's business impacts several sectors of national importance and the companys investment will help boost countrys growth. According to Mukesh Ambani, RIL is key to the country's economic growth and country's future lies in the energy space.

Shree Ganesh Jewellery (SGJHL) surged up by 5.70%, after the company announced that the board has allotted 58,00,000 equity shares at Rs 150 per share (which includes a premium of Rs 140 per share) to the promoters/promoter group.

Deccan Chronicle spurted up by 13.61%, after the company reported a net profit of Rs 14.82 crore for the fourth quarter ended on March 2013, compared to a loss of Rs 2.21 crore in the previous quarter (Sep-Dec 2012).

Overall market breadth was almost neutral with 1,198 shares declined compared to 1,143 shares advanced while 161 shares remained unchanged.

March 15, 2013

Market Pulse - 15 Mar, 2013


Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 16:30 PM
Markets closed lower, amid profit booking in index heavy weight.
Markets closed lower after opening firm in the morning, amid profit booking in index heavy weights ans rate sensitive sector shares. Weak global cues also lend a hand dragging markets down. Sensex closed down by 142.88 points or 0.73% at 19,427.56, after opening up by 56.94 points or 0.29% at 19,627.88 and striking a high of 19,673.16 and a low of 19,383.13, while Nifty closed down by 36.35 points or 0.62% at 5,872.60, after opening up by 21.85 points or 0.37% at 5,930.80 and touching a high of 5,914.90 and a low of 5,816.00 in the day.

Sectoral wise, barring Consumer Durables index spurted up by 2.49% and IT index ended up by 0.25%, all other indices closed negative. Real-Estate index led the list of losers by dropping down by 2.81% followed by Bank and Oil & Gas indices declining by 1.67% and 1.18% each, Auto fell by 0.80%, Capital Goods and Metal down by 0.59% and 0.56%, PSU declining by 0.40%, Power fell by 0.38% and Healthcare tad down by 0.06%, while FMCG index ended the day flat. In broader markets, Mid-cap and Small-cap indices declined in line with index down by 0.62% and 0.84% each.

Major stock gainers were, Mahindra & Mahindra surged up by 1.48%, Tata Power Company gaining up by 1.19%, Hero MotoCorp advanced up by 0.73%, Wipro Limited up by 0.57%, Hindustan Unilever up by 0.49%, Sun Pharmaceuticals and Dr Reddys Laboratories gained up by 0.34%-0.32% each, Infosys up by 0.31%, HDFC and State Bank of India gained up by 0.29%-0.26%, Coal India Limited up by 0.25% and Tata Consultancy Service gained up by 0.19%.

Major stock losers were, ICICI Bank dropped down by 3.93%, Tata Motors declined by 3.27%, Gail (India) fell by 2.60%, Reliance Industries Limited down by 1.96%, HDFC Bank Limited down by 1.67%, Bharti Airtel fell by 1.25%, Larsen & Toubro and Maruti Suzuki fell by 1.09% each, Jindal Steel & Power Limited and Tata Steel Limited fell by 0.92% and 0.77%, NTPC, BHEL, Hindalco Industries, Cipla Limited and ONG declined between 0.70-0.20% each, Sterlite Industries and Bajaj Auto down by 0.15%-0.11% and ITC tad down by 0.05%.

Wipro Limited, Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services and gained up by 0.57, 0.31 and 0.19% on back of encouraging economic data from US. Motilal Oswal, the brokerage firm, believes that Infosys 3QFY13 may be the first quarter of company's growth of a visible momentum and there is further upside movement from the current levels. It has suggested as "buy" call for Infosys.

Siti Cable Network, Den Network, Hathway Cable and Datacom surted up between 4-8% each, as TV broadcasters and multi-system operators (MSOs) are gearing up to meet the deadline for mandatory switching from analogue to digital services in the National Capital Region and another 30-odd cities nationwide.

ICICI Bank dipped down by 3.93% on reports that tha goverment is investigating the allegations of money laundering practices, earlier in noon deal the stock has dipped almost by 5% on back of heavy volumes.

Reliance Industries dropped down by 1.96%, as Kotak Institutional Equities maintains its "reduce" rating in Reliance Industries Limited, stating that investors are over-estimating the impact from a potential gas price hike and the value creation from its capital spending plans.

Overall market breadth was firm negative with 1,754 shares declined compared to 1,114 shares advanced, while 122 shares remained unchanged.

February 14, 2013

Market Pulse -14 Feb, 2013


Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 17:30 PM
Markets closed lower
Markets closed lower, after opening flat in the morning, amid profit booking in Financial, Auto and index heavy-weight Reliance Industries. Sensex closed down by 110.90 points or 0.57% at 19,497.18 after touching day's high of 19,639.83 and low of 19,444.33, while Nifty ended down by 36 points or 0.61% at 5,896.95 after touching day's high of 5,940.20 and low of 5,884.55 for the day.

Sector wise, barring FMCG and IT index all other indices ended lower. FMCG closed up by 0.44% and IT ended up by 0.27%. Capital Goods declined by 2.27%, Oil & Gas fell by 1.59%, Auto down by 1.49%, Power, Real-Estate, Consumer Durables and Healthcare indices closed down between 1.25-1.11%, PSU ended down by 0.71%, Bank down by 0.65%, while Metal almost ended flat tad up by 0.04%. In broader market, both Mid-cap and Small-capindex ended down by 1.43% and 1.86% each.

Major stock gainers were, Hindustan Unilever Limited gained by 2.24%, Gail (India) up by 1.97%, HDFC Bank Limited gaining by 1.65%, Tata Steel Limited gained up by 1.17%, Tata Consultancy Services gained up by 1.15%, Coal India Limited gaining up by 0.92%, Infosys up by 0.85%, Tata Power up by 0.80%, NTPC gaining by 0.78%, Sun Pharmaceuticals up by 0.46%, Mahindra & Mahindra up by 0.28%, ITC gaining up by 0.12%, while Hindalco Industries and Jindal Steel tad up by 0.09%.

Major stock loser were, Bharti Airtel drowned by 4.02%, Wipro Limited down by 3.33%, Maruti Suzuki fell by 3.30%, Larsen & Tourbo down by 2.72%, Reliance Industires declining by 2.63%, Tata Motors down by 2.59%, State Bank of India and ICICI Bank fell by 1.80% and 1.64%, Cipla Limited and Dr Reddy's Laboratories declining by 1.57%-1.44% respectively, Hero Motocorp down by 1.44%, Sterlite Industries fell by 1.11%, BHEL, Bajaj Auto and ONGC declining by 0.80%-0.60% respectively, while HDFC tad down by 0.06%.

Bharti Airtel top index loser, drowned 4.02%, after reports that government has demanded additional revenue share for spectrum usage.

Wipro slipped down by 3.30%, after National Stock Exchange of India decided to exclude these company from its benchmark index Nifty from 1st April 2013.

State Bank of India dropped by almost 2%, after posting a marginal 4% rise in net profit Y-O-Y for third quarter ended December 2012 at Rs 3,396 crore, compared a year earlier.

Reliance Industries Limited declining by 2.63%, after company said that it is not obliged to provide full access to documents relating to years that are not under audit to CAG.

Overall market breadth was negative with 1,501 shares declining compared to 656 shares advancing, while 804 shares were unchanged.

Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 13:00 PM
Markets trading lower
Markets trading lower, after opening flat in the morning, amid State Bank of India posted weaker-than-expected third quarter result. Sensex declined by 28.36 points or 0.15% at 19,579.72, after touching day's high of 19,639.83, while Nifty fell by 18.15 points or 0.31% at 5,914.80, after touching day's high of 5,940.20.

India's WPI inflation eased to 6.62 percent as to estimated 7 percent in January.

Sector wise, IT gained by 0.52%, Metal up by 0.29%, FMCG gained by 0.18%, while Auto dropped by 1.52%, Capital Goods fell by 1.30%, Consumer Durables and Power down by 1.04%-1.02% each, Healthcare, Real-Estate, Oil & Gas and Banks fell between 0.80-0.14% respectively. In broader markets, both indices traded negative with Mid-caps down by 1.12% and Small-caps falling by 1.41%.

Major stock movers were, HUL gained by 2.4%, GAIL rised by 1.3%, TCS and Infosys gaining by 1.3% and 1% respectively, Tata Steel up by 0.6%, HDFC Bank gained by 1%. While Bharti Airtel down by 3.7%, Wipro felling by 3%, Maruti Suzuki dropped by 2.6%, State Bank of India fell by 1%, Bajaj Auto down by 1%, HUL down by 0.7% and BHEL fell by 0.4% respectively.

State Bank of India fell by 1%, after it reported a 4% increase in net profit at Rs 3,396 crore for the quarter ended December 2012. It was Rs 3,263 crore in December 2011. The gross NPA for the quarter under review was 5.30% as against 5.15% in September 2012.

Sahara Housingfinance Corporation fell by about 15%, after the market regulator Sebi froze bank accounts of Sahara Group companies yesterday.

Overall market breadth is negative, of 2,672 shares traded, 1,851 shares declined compared to 697 shares advanced.


Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 09:45 AM
Markets open flat
Markets opened on a flat note, as Investors would watch out for January WPI data scheduled for later today, which is likely to decide the stance of RBI's monetary policy on March 19. Also, third quarter the earnings of companies like SBI and DLF to be announced later today. Sensex has opened up 18 points or 0.10%, at 19626.81 is now at 19,611.92 up by 3.84 points or 0.02%, while Nifty opened up by 0.25 points at 5,933.20 is now up by 0.3 points at 5933.25

Sectoral wise, Auto index down by 1.02%, followed were Healthcare and Consumer Durables fell by 0.55-0.51%, Capital Goods, Power and Bank down between 0.32-0.01% respectively. Whereas IT index gained by 0.58%, Oil & Gas and PSU indices gained by 0.34-0.33% each, FMCF and Real-Estate tad up by 0.10-0.05%, while Metal index remain unchanged.

February 13, 2013

Market Pulse - 13 Feb, 2013


Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 17:30 PM
Markets closed positive after paring morning gains.
Markets closed marginally positive on a firm note with buying in IT and Auto indices. Sensex closed up by 47.04 points or 0.24% at 19,608.08, after touching days high of 19,723.01 and low of 19,574.15, while Nifty ended up by 10.45 points or 0.18% at 5,932.95 after touching days high of 5,969.50 and low of 5,922.95.

Sector wise, IT index ended up by 1.29%, followed by Auto and Oil & Gas indices up by 0.29% and 0.12% each. Whereas Power index closed down by 1.56%, Metal and Real-Estate ended down by 1.25%-1.15% respectively. Consumer Goods, FMCG, PSU, Consumer Durables, Bank and Healthcare too closed weak between 0.89%-0.19% respectively. In broader market, Mid-cap and Small-cap closed down by 0.28% and 0.46% each.

Major stock gainers were, Tata Motor gained up by 2.11%, HDFC and ICIC Bank up by 1.79% and 1.19%, Mahindra & Mahindra gaining up by 1.59%, Tata Consultancy Service and Infosys gained up by 1.59% and 1.26%, Bharti Airtel up by 1.18%, ONGC gained up by 1.08%, Coal India, Sun Pharmaceuticals, NTPC and Reliance Industries up between 0.80%-0.26%, while ITC tad up by 0.03%.

Major stock losers were, Sterlite Industries dropped by 2.79%, Bajaj Auto and Hero Motocorp down by 2.75% and 0.55%, Tata Power down by 2.68%, Tata Steel and Jindal Steel fell by 2.18%-0.71% each, Gail (India) down by 1.96%, State Bank of India down by 1.83%, Hindalco Industries fell by 1.82%, BHEL down by 1.53%, Maruti Suzuki dropped by 1.48%, Hindustan Unilever and Cipla fell by 1.26% and 1.22% respectively, while Larsen & Tourbo, Wipro Limited, Dr Reddy's Laboratories and HDFC Bank fell between 0.82%-0.14% respectively.

Tata Motors jumped up by 2.1%, after it reported sales jumped 32% to 34,877 vehicles in Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) car unit for the month of January 2013.

Infosys gained up by 1.3%, on reports that it had signed a joint research collaboration agreement with National ICT Australia (NICTA) to modernise aging technology systems for cloud computing. Together they will be working in the ares like, optimising infrastructure and disaster management, logistics and smart grids as well as other emerging technologies.

Reliance Industries Limited gained up by 0.3%, after it reported that it has planned a scheduled maintenance at Jamnagar complex in Gujarat, one crude distillation unit of its SEZ refinery for a period of approximately 4 weeks starting from 18 February 2013.

Overall market breadth was negative with 1,229 shares declining compared to 892 shares gaining, while 852 shares were unchanged.
Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 10:30 AM
Markets trading in a narrow range.
Markets, trading choppy in a narrow range after opening firm up in the morning. Sensex up by 37 points or 0.19% at 19,598, while NIfty up by 6 points or 0.1% at 5,928.50.

Sector wise, Real-Estate index dropped down by 5.7%, Power, IT amd Metal indices are also weak. In broader market Mid-cap and Small-cap indices down by 0.6% and 0.3% each.

ONGC gained up by 3%, after it reported a net profit of Rs 5,563 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2012 (Q3) due to lower than expected subsidy sharing. Dr Reddys Laboratories, Sun Pharmaceuticals and Bajaj Auto gaining up 1% each. ICICI Bank, HDFC and HDFC Bank were some of other key movers. On the other hand, Jindal Steel slipped down by 2%, Sterlite Industries, Tata Power and Infosys also down by 1.5% each.

Overall market breadth turned negative, of 2,097 shares traded 1,175 shares declining compared to 834 shares declining.
Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 09:30 AM
Markets opened firm.
Markets opened positive taking cues from global market, amid buying interest in Oil & Gas and Auto indices. Sensex firm up by 101 points or 0.52% at 19,662 after opened up by 40.65 points or 0.21%, while Nifty gained up by 29.50 points or 0.50% at 5,952 after opened up by 20.65 points or 0.35%.

Sectoral wise, Real-Estate, Auto, Oil & Gas, IT, Consumer Durable indices gaining up by 1% respectively, while FMCG and Metal indices are marginally down.

Overall market breadth is positive with 875 shares advanced compared to 415 shares declined.

February 12, 2013

Market Pulse - 12 Feb, 2013


Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 17:30 PM
Markets closed firm.
Markets closed firm, after opening flat in the morning, ending it's 8 days losing streak, shrugging off weak December IIP numbers. Sensex closed firm up by 100.47 points or 0.52% at 19,561.04, after touching day's high of 19,583.53 and low of 19,438.53, while Nifty ended up by 24.65 points or 0.42% at 5,922.50, after touching day's high of 5,927.65 and low of 5,886.45.

Sector wise, Oil & Gas closed up by 1.52%, Healthcare up by 1.19%, PSU ended up by 1.15%, Auto, Bank, Consumer Durables and FMCG ended up between 0.94-0.27%, while Capital Goods tad up by 0.08%, while Real-Estate index closed down by 3.96%, followed by IT, Metal and Power ended down between 0.63-0.28% respectively. In broader market Mid-cap index closed down by 0.3% and Small-cap index ended down by 0.5%.

ONGC gained by 3.81%, Sun Pharmaceutical up by 2.84%, Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra gained up by 2.65% and 0.26%, Coal India gaining by 1.85%, Bharti Airtel gained by 1.79%, Bajaj Auto up by 1.51%, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and State Bank of India gained by 1.39%, 0.58% and 0.11% respectively, Reliance Industries higher up by 0.94%, BHEL gained up 0.77%, Dr Reddy's Laboratories up by 0.72%, Wipro up by 0.62%, Hindalco Industries gaining up by 0.31%, while Larsen & Tourbo inched up by 0.30% and ITC up by 0.28%.

Jindal Steel fell by 3.35%, Sterlite Industries and Tata Steel down by 1.31% and 0.21%, Infosys and TCS fell by 1.29% and 0.44%, Tata Power down by 0.77%, Cipla down by 0.48%, Hero Motocorp fell by 0.40%, Hindustan Unilever Limited and Gail (India) down by 0.20% and 0.12%, while Maruti Suzuki, NTPC and HDFC tad down by 0.09%, 0.07% and 0.04% respectively.

ONGC gaining up 3.81%, after it reported a better-than-expected net profit at Rs 5,563 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2012, due to lower than expected subsidy sharing.

Reliance Industries Limited gained up by 1%, after the company said its shutting down one of its crude distillation unit at its 5,80,000 barrels-per-day (bpd) export-oriented refinery at Jamnagar Complex for four weeks beginning February 18, 2013. As per company statement, thi shutdown opportunity would also be utilized to carry out necessary modifications to improve the reliability and performance of the unit.

Strides Arcolab gained up by 7.5%, expanding its previous two day’s gain, after the company clarified the delayed or cancelled in the company's injectables unit sale is purely speculative in nature.

Dishman Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals ended down by 4%, after company reported 62% year-on-year drop in its standalone net profit at Rs 5.75 crore for the third quarter ended December 2012 due to higher finance cost.

Elantas Beck India has drowned nearly by 13%, after the promoter fixed floor price for the sale shares at Rs 650 per share, a much below than Monday's closing price of Rs 741.85.

DB Realty and Unitech recovered marginally from their day lows but ended down by nearly 18% lower on reports that the CBI suspects its own prosecutor of aiding Unitech, managing director Sanjay Chandra, one of the accused in the 2G case.

Overall market breadth was negative with 1,270 shares declined compared to 848 shares gained.

Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 09:30 AM
Markets opened flat
Markets open flat with negative bias, shrugging off cues from global markets. Sensex opened up by 29.30 points or 0.15% at 19,489.87 is current at 19,494.08 up by 33.51 points or 0.17%, while Nifty opened down by 3.5 points or 0.06% at 5,894.35, is current at 5,904.55 up by 6.70 points or 0.11%.

Sector wise, PSU gained by 1%, Capital Goods, Bank, Oil & Gas and Auto indices are about 0.5% up each, while Real-Estate fell by 3%, weighing on Index. Power and IT indices were also trading negative.

ONGC soared up by 2%, after company reported its Q3 numbers beating the forecast, even though the net was down 17.5%. Tata Motors gained up by 1%, following were Coal India, Hero MotoCorp and Dr Reddy's Laboratories, while Jindal Steel slipped by 1.3%, Infosys down by 1%, followed by TCS, Cipla and Wipro Limited.

NALCO up by 0.5%, on announcment that disinvestment of NALCO which could fetch Rs 1,400 crore is likely to hit the market after the Budget to ensure it is not impacted by volatility in the stock-markets.

Indian Hotels gained by 2%, after reporting the third quarter standalone net profit gained by 28% year-on-year to Rs 65 crore, though net sales grew at a slower 4 percent to Rs 545 crore.

February 10, 2013

Weekly Pulse - 10 Feb, 2013


Weekly Update - Feb 10, 2013

Markets continued to end lower.
Weekly Update
Top Gainers
Company NameCurrentPrevious Close% Change
TCS1423.251383.555.71
HDFC Limited808.00778.653.77
Sun Pahrmaceutical Industries Ltd744.05719.803.37
HDFC Bank Limited649.65640.151.48
Wipro Limited411.45407.800.90
Infosys Limited2788.302770.950.63
Tata Motors Limited285.55285.000.19
Top Losers
Company NameCurrentPrevious Close% Change
Sterlite Industires Ltd101.25111.959.56
Cipla Limited380.90413.657.92
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd208.50225.357.48
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd313.45332.455.72
NTPC Limited148.00156.755.58
Tata Power Company Ltd97.10102.655.41
State Bank of India2286.402409.905.12
Hero Motocorp Ltd1724.051813.354.92
Coal India Limited339.15355.754.67
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd1856.501946.704.63
Tata Steel Limited386.70400.753.51
ICICI Bank Limited1130.101171.003.49
Reliance Industries Limited864.20893.453.27
Hindalco Industries Limited109.75113.453.26
Bharti Airtel Limited321.10330.502.84
Hindustan Unilever Limited452.30465.002.73
ITC Limited301.65309.152.43
GAIL (India) Limited335.90342.651.97
Larsen & Lourbo Limited1509.351534.901.66
Maruti Suzuki India Limited1588.301608.701.27
Jindal & Steel Power Ltd412.65415.500.69
Bajaj Auto Limited2043.802053.450.47
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd882.80885.950.36

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