Monday, September 27, 2010

BSE / NSE Analysis 27 Sept 2010


The all-time peaks of January 2008 appear within striking distance. Even global markets seem to be resilient. A flood of FII money, and stronger than expected domestic economic data have made India among the best performers. Liquidity deluge has propelled both Sensex and Nifty higher by 2.3% each during the week.

Sensex intra-week high of 20,106 and low of 19,445

Nifty intra-week high of 6,037and low of 5,885

Sensex top gainers: The top gainers in the Sensex were Hindustan Unilever (up 11.8%), HDFC (up 7.2%), Ranbaxy Labs (up 6.8%), Hero Honda Motor (up 6.8%) and Maruti Suzuki (up 6.7%).

Sensex top Losers: The top losers in the Sensex were Reliance Industries (down 2.5%), Grasim Inds (down 2.4%).

BSE FMCG index (up 5.2%): The FMCG index was the top gainer among the BSE sectoral indices. The major gainers were, Hindustan Unilever (up 11.4%) and ITC (up 5.3%).

The BSE IT Index (up 2.1%):The top gainers in the IT sector were Mahindra Satyam (up 9%), Wipro (up 6.4%), Infosys (up 2.7%), TCS (up 2%) and Mphasis (up 1.9%).

The top losers were Financial Tech (down 13.9%) and Patni Computer (down 0.9%).

The BSE Consumer Index: The top gainers in the Consumer Durables sector were Mirc Electronics (up 9.9%) and Blue Star (up 5.4%), Titan (up 4.5%).

The top losers were Whirlpool (down 4.8%), Videocon Industries (down 0.5%) and Su-Raj Diamonds (down 0.2%).

The BSE Healthcare Index (up 2.2%):The top gainers in the Pharma space were Glaxosmithkline (up 8%), Ranbaxy Labs (up 6.8%), Emami Limited (up 5.5%), IPCA Labs (up 4.7%) and Lupin (up 3.6%).

The top losers were Strides Arcolab (down 3.2%), Morepen Labs (down 2.2%), Panacea Biotec (down 2.1%), Aurobindo Pharma (down 1.7%) and Natco Pharma (down 1.6%).

The BSE Banking Index (up 1.1%):The top gainers in the banking space were Karnataka Bank (up 4.6%), HDFC Bank (up 3.9%), Federal Bank (up 3.5%), Union Bank of India (up 2.3%) and Yes Bank (up 2.3%)

The top losers were OBC (down 3.8%), IOB (down 2.7%), Allahabad Bank (down 2.4%), Andhra Bank (down 1.6%) and Bank of India (down 0.4%).

The BSE Auto Index (up 2.4%):The top gainers in the auto space were Hero Honda (up 6.8%), Maruti Suzuki (up 6.7%), Tata Motors (up 3.6%), M&M (up 1.6%) and Swaraj Mazda (up 1.1%).

The top losers were Eicher Motors (down 4.6%), Hindustan Motors (down 3.4%) and Ashok Leyland (down 2.4%).

The BSE Oil & Gas Index (down 0.8%): The top losers in the oil & gas space were Gujarat NRE Coke (down 4%), Cairn India (down 3.8%), Reliance Industries (down 2.5%), Hindustan Oil (down 2.4%) and Shiv-Vani Oil (down 2.1%).

The top gainers were GSPL (up 3.2%), BPCL (up 3.1%), ONGC (up 2.9%), Jindal Drilling (up 2.4%) and IOC (up 2.1%).

The BSE Capital Goods Index (up 2%):The top gainers in the Capital Goods space were Gammon India (up 9.1%), Siemens India (up 4.4%), ABB (up 4.1%), Aban Offshore (up 3.2%) and Usha Martin (up 2.9%).

The top losers were Bharat Electronics (down 4%), Kirloskar Brother (down 2.9%), HEG (down 2.8%), Carborundum Univ (down 2.7%) and Alfa Laval (down 2.6%).

The Cement Sector: The top gainers in the cement sector were Madras Cements (up 3.3%), India Cements (up 2.4%), ACC (up 1.7%), Prism Cement (up 1.4%) and Shree Cement (up 0.4%).

The Telecom Sector: The top gainers in the telecom space were Himachal Futuristic (up 10.8%), Gemini Comm (up 8.3%), WWIL (up 2.8%), Bharti Airtel (up 2.6%) and RCom (up 1.7%).

The top losers were Tata Communication (down 3.5%), Shyam Telecom (down 2.8%), TTML (down 2.1%) and MTNL (down 0.1%).

The Realty Sector (down 0.5%): The top losers were HDIL (down 4%), Unitech (down 2.7%), Ansal Props (down 2.2%) and Mahindra Lifespace (down 1.1%).

The top gainers in the real estate space were Omaxe (up 4%), DLF (up 3.6%), Sobha Developers (up 3.3%), Parsvnath (up 1.7%) and Anant Raj Indus (up 1.1%).

The Metals sector (up 1%): The top gainers in the metals sector were Jindal Stainless (up 16.5%), Tata Steel (up 4.2%), Bhuwalka Steel (up 3.8%), SAIL (up 2.1%) and Bhushan Steel (up 2.1%).

The top losers were Sunflag Iron (down 4.3%), Ispat Industries (down 4%), Jindal Steel (down 2.1%), Tata Sponge (down 1.7%) and Tata Metaliks (down 1.6%)

Source IIFL.com

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