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Yatheendradas C.k.

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New Thread: Index Outlook: Indices poised at new highs

Yatheendradas C.k. at 06:12 AM - May 26, 2019 ( )

Index Outlook: Indices poised at new highs
YOGANAND D   BUSINESSS LINE

The Sensex and the Nifty regained bullish momentum. The uptrend may continue
 
A decisive mandate in the Lok Sabha election, with the NDA retaining power, had triggered a strong rally in the domestic equity market in the midst of global weakness. Both the Sensex and the Nifty registered new highs last week. Now, the focus has shifted to monsoon, falling crude oil price and the prolonged US trade war. Investors should, however, remain cautious given the weak global markets and derivative expiry of the May contract on Thursday.

Nifty 50 (11,844.1)
The Nifty skyrocketed 3.7 per cent on Monday, with a large gap-up open, taking cues from the exit polls that indicated a clear majority for the NDA. However, the index turned volatile thereafter and moved sideways. Following the results of the Lok Sabha election on Thursday, the index registered a new high at 12,041 and closed in the negative territory due to profit-booking. But it regained bullish momentum and surged 1.6 per cent on Friday to close the week on a positive note, gaining 3.8 per cent for the week. The index appears to have decisively breached the key resistance at 11,750 finally. Short-term trend is up for the index. The daily and the weekly relative strength indices have re-entered the bullish zone from the neutral region, implying bullish momentum.

Nevertheless, corrective declines due to profit-taking or bearish global cues can drag the index down, and it could find support at 11,750 initially, and then at the ceiling of the recent gap at around 11,600. A further slip below 11,600 can make the index take support at either 11,500 or 11,400 levels. As long as the index trades 11,400, the short-term uptrend will remain intact.

The index now faces resistance ahead at 11,900. A decisive rally above this level can take it up to the 12,000-mark, which is a key psychological level. An emphatic break-out of 12,000 can lead to a fresh rally, and the index can trend up to 12,200 and 12,500 over the short to medium term. Those with a medium-term perspective can stay invested with a fixed stop-loss at 11,350 levels.


 Medium-term trend: The recent strong rally has strengthened the medium-tem uptrend that has been in place since taking support at around 10,000 in late October 2018. Key support in the band between 11,000 and 11,100 had cushioned the index in mid-May this year. Subsequent resumption of the uptrend has surpassed key barriers at 11,500 and 11,700-11,750 band. These levels will act as a key support for the index. A decisive break above 12,000 can take the index higher to 12,500 over the medium term. On the downside, a conclusive fall below the vital support band between 11,000 and 11,100 is needed to mitigate the uptrend and drag the index down to 10,800 and 10,600 levels.

Sensex (39,434.7)
A strong rally of 1.6 per cent on Friday helped the Sensex regain bullish momentum and end the week with a windfall gain of 3.9 per cent. The index had recorded a new high at 40,124last Thursday. The medium- as well as short-term trends are up. But the index faces a key resistance ahead at 39,600. A decisive move above this level can it up to 40,000. A further rally above this barrier can take the index to new highs at 40,400 and 40,800 levels over the medium term.

Conversely, a corrective decline can find support at 39,000, 38,600 and 38,000, which is the floor of the recent gap. A strong fall below 38,000 will be a threat to the short-term uptrend. Next key supports are pegged at 37,500 and 37,000 levels.

Inability to break above 40,000 will keep the Sensex consolidating sideways in a wide range between 38,000 and 40,000 for a while.

Nifty Bank (31,212.5)
The Nifty Bank index advanced 1,762 points or almost 6 per cent last week, amid choppiness. It has decisively breached key resistances at 30,000 and 30,500. The short-term outlook is bullish for the index. It can continue to trend up and test resistances at 31,500 and 31,700.

An emphatic rally above these resistances can take the index up to 32,000 in the short to medium term.

However, a slump below the immediate significant base level of 30,500 can bring back selling interest and drag the index down to 30,000 levels, leading to a corrective-decline. That said, only a fall below 29,500 is required to alter the short-term uptrend. Subsequent base at 29,000 can cushion the index. Traders can go long with a fixed stop-loss at 30,500.

Global cues
Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was volatile and slipped 178 points or 0.7 per cent to end at 25,585. It tests a key support at 25,500. A strong fall below this level can drag the index down to 25,200 and 25,000.

On the other hand, a decisive rally above the immediate resistance at 26,000 can bring back positive momentum and take the index up to 26,300 and 26,500. Subsequent resistances are at 26,750 and 27,000.
 
Published on May 25, 2019

New Thread: Thoughts for the day May 26th, 2019

Yatheendradas C.k. at 05:32 AM - May 26, 2019 ( )

26th May  2019


“Champions keep playing until they get it right.” – Billie Jean King

New Thread: FINANCIAL NEWS IN A NUTSHELL

Yatheendradas C.k. at 10:20 PM - May 25, 2019 ( )

The RBI has decided to seek legal opinion
on the issue of promoter holding in Kotak
Mahindra Bank. The Bombay high court
had last month adjourned the hearing on
Kotak Bank’s writ petition on RBI’s norms
on promoters’ shareholding in private
banks till January 2020, citing paucity of
time. -Economic Times


After rising for the past few weeks, the
country's foreign exchange reserves
declined $2.057 billion to $417.998 billion
in the week to May 17 on account of a
fall in foreign currency assets, RBI data
showed May 24. In the previous week,
the reserves had risen by $1.368 billion to
reach $420.055 billion. -Moneycontrol.com


The US has added India to its monitoring
list for currency practices and
macroeconomic policies, alleging
undervaluation in its currency. Referring
to higher purchases of foreign exchange
by the RBI over the first 3 quarters of
2017, the US said: “Given that Indian
foreign exchange reserves are ample by
common metrics, and that India
maintains some controls on both
inbound and outbound flows of private
capital, further reserve accumulation
does not appear necessary”. -Economic Times

New Thread: Stock market focus to shift to earnings growth

Yatheendradas C.k. at 07:21 PM - May 25, 2019 ( )

After Modi’s historic election win, stock market focus to shift to earnings growth
Published: May 25, 2019 6:13:13 PM  The Financial Express
The government has to now look for a revival of private sector capital investment and exports both of which had seen a recent slowdown.

By Ashutosh Bishnoi

The equity markets celebrated the recent election verdict for political stability and policy continuity. The broader markets cheered the results as the NSE Nifty index breached 12,000 and BSE Sensex crossed 40,000-mark for the first time ever.

The markets had anticipated a similar verdict, if not better, and had surged over 10% since February. However, more than the short-term gains, this is a verdict for long-term hope, continuing economic reforms, and a better life for all people across sections.

The markets reflect this and sanity has dawned upon investors after a short exuberant run, as was evident from the way markets behaved on the day of result.

After a big jump following a ‘favorable’ exit poll verdict, for stability and continuity, the Nifty closed 80 points down on the day of the result. Mostly because everyone who wished to take profit did just that. From now however, the focus has shifted to corporate earnings and such government policies that would pave the way for a long-term favorable business and investment environment.

The government has to now look for a revival of private sector capital investment and exports both of which had seen a recent slowdown. Given its track record, we believe the government may continue its pursuit of improved infrastructure.

Another recent challenge is slowing domestic consumption with some segments, like auto and FMCG, reporting a drop in sales. Rural distress might have contributed to it. However, we believe that this is set to change and the domestic consumption is all set to increase over the next few years.

We saw the government announcing PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, under which it promised Rs 6,000 annual cash transfers to small land-owning farmers. The other government schemes like Ujwala, Swachh Bharat and Atal Pension Yojana and financial inclusion efforts like Jan Dhan Yojana have already started delivering benefits to rural poor. Even employment guarantee scheme – MNREGS — has seen its allocations increasing over the years.

Moreover, now, with the government gaining a bigger mandate for the next term, we believe that its agenda to double rural income will find more impetus. Schemes like PM Kisan Samman Nidhi would be rolled out on a larger scale, and existing projects like MNREGS are likely to be scaled up. All these would lead to a greater regular income flow and boost financial savings in rural India.

(Ashutosh Bishnoi is the MD & CEO at Mahindra Mutual fund. Views are the author’s own.)

Good News! Health insurance plans likely to have fewer exclusions
By: Saikat Neogi | Updated: May 24, 2019 8:37:25 AM  The Financial Express
Health insurance policies will have less exclusions as the insurance regulator has come out with a draft exposure to rationalise and standardise the exclusions in health insurance contracts.

Health insurance policies will have less exclusions as the insurance regulator has come out with a draft exposure to rationalise and standardise the exclusions in health insurance contracts. No health insurance policy will exclude diseases contracted after taking the policy, it will not exclude injury or illness associated with hazardous activities and policies cannot exclude treatment of mental illness, stress or psychological disorders and neuro-degenerative disorders.

Health covers will also not exclude Age-Related Mascular Degeneration (ARMD), behavioural and neuro development disorders and even artificial life maintenance including life support machine use. Experts say rationalising exclusions will benefit policyholders and insurance companies will have to increase the premium.

Exclusions, waiting period
At present, all individual health insurance polices have a waiting period of 48 months in which no pre-existing diseases are covered. Hospitalisation expenses related to the declared ailments can be claimed after four years with the insurer. An insurance firm cannot deny a claim after four years of continuous coverage.

At the time of taking a health policy, the individual will have to declare any specific pre-existing diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid, etc. If an individual is suffering from any such disease, the insurance company will insist on a medical test and then underwrite the cover. There are certain ailments such as ENT disorders, hernia, osteoporosis for which the waiting period is usually one or two years.

Exclusion list trimmed
Last year, Irdai had directed insurance companies offering health insurance to cover treatment for mental illness. The directive follows the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017 making it mandatory for insurers to offer medical insurance for mental illness treatments similar to the ones offered for treatment of physical illness. The draft exposure also underlines that treatment of mental illness, stress or psychological disorders and neuro-degenerative disorders will have to be covered.

There will be no exclusions on disorders of adult personality including gender-related problems, disorders of speech and language including stammering, dyslexia. Insurers cannot exclude expenses related to any admission primarily for enteral feedings and other nutritional and electrolyte supplements. Also, internal congenital diseases, genetic diseases or disorders cannot be put on the list of exclusions. Irdai has identified 17 existing diseases that can be permanently excluded.

Cover for modern treatment
To ensure that the policyholders are not denied availability of health insurance for modern treatment methods, insurers will have to ensure that procedures such as uterine artery embolisation, balloon sinuplasty, deep brain stimulation, oral chemotherapy, robotic surgeries, bronchical thermoplasty, etc., are covered. However, subject to product design, sublimits can be imposed for the above procedures.

Insurers will have to adopt an objective criterion while incorporating any limitations and that will be based on sound actuarial principles. In case of mon-declaration or misrepresentation of material facts that are seen during the course of the policy, insurers can permanently exclude the existing disease and continue with the policy. If the non-disclosed condition is other than from the list of permanent exclusion, then the insurer can incorporate additional waiting period of not more than four years for the undisclosed disease.

In case of non-disclosed conditions, the insurance company can continue with the cover by levying extra premium based on objective criteria laid down in the board-approved underwriting policy. After completion of eight continuous years under the policy, no look back can be applied. After the expiry of the moratorium period no health insurance policy will be contestable except for proven fraud and permanent exclusions specified in the policy contract.

New Thread: As stock markets cheer Modi 2.0

Yatheendradas C.k. at 07:09 PM - May 25, 2019 ( )

As stock markets cheer Modi 2.0, here’s how it may impact investment
Published: May 25, 2019 5:26:35 PM  The Financial Expess
All weather demand driver, domestic consumption has met with a severe slowdown in the past couple of quarters owing to rural distress and lack of credit and tighter liquidity.

By Rajesh Cheruvu

As highlighted by most of the exit polls the final results being pro-incumbent and single-party majority for BJP. Modi wave has actually become a Modi tsunami leading to a stable government at the centre.

The watershed 2019 Indian election has thrown a decisive mandate. This is the first ever Non-Congress government re-elected in Indian electoral history. As a result, the new government will have the ability to pursue the economic reforms initiated in the past five years. This should ensure continuity of policy and structural reforms and likely boost business and consumer sentiment which in turn will revive economic growth yet again.

Now, the focus will shift to manage macro challenges and sustain healthy growth for longer periods of time. This, we believe, will cement India’s position as an attractive destination for investments relative to other emerging markets. Further, Modi 2.0 will need to handle the unfinished reforms in land acquisition, minerals allocation, direct tax code and financial sector governance and accountability.

Consumption and Quasi-banks need a booster dose

All weather demand driver, domestic consumption has met with a severe slowdown in the past couple of quarters owing to rural distress and lack of credit and tighter liquidity.

In the last nine months, borrowing models and liquidity management methods of NBFCs has been questioned. The government might address these issues and the NBFCs might get access to capital and liquidity. A delay in providing stimulus to housing finance companies could put pressure on real estate developers. The trickle-down effect we have seen post the IL&FS issue must be stopped and a delay could cause severe damage to the overall confidence in the financial system itself.

One of the ways to restore confidence in the NBFC/HFC sector is by joining the RBI in its fight against liquidity crisis. The second thing is the rationalization of GST rates by calling a council meeting. Further, the poorer transmission of lower policy rates to consumers can also be addressed by tying up with RBI.

Infrastructure and Governance reforms need top up

On the other hand, the government might continue to accelerate infrastructure spending to offset lower private capex. Fiscal consolidation could get deferred yet again, quality of spending to help avert a risk of a sovereign rating downgrade. We expect ‘Make in India’ initiative likely to see traction with global manufacturing majors gaining confidence and hence leading to job creation in this term of 5 years.

FPI flows have been contingent on the political environment for policy continuity, despite the structural advantages that India offers in terms of favourable demographics, improved ease of doing business, democratic and accountability in governance and credible regulatory framework. Given the resounding mandate, FPI flows likely to surpass that of previous years.

Market driven by renewed optimism

The Nifty is currently trading at 17.9 times on a 12-month forward earnings basis, against a 3- and 5-years average of 17.2 and 16.5 times respectively. But corporate earnings have been a mixed bag this quarter as well. Valuations tend to move ahead of fundamentals with sentiment recovery and the renewed optimism will eventually help recover demand and earnings.

For now, we think that markets have priced in the event-related gains. After next week’s oath-taking, the market’s focus will likely shift back to macro factors and global events. Further momentum is expected ahead of the Budget announcement, key in understanding the new government’s road map.

We think in the next couple of weeks, a 4-5% correction is possible.

The future holds a lot of promise for India

However, medium to long term market trajectory continues to be positive with potential improvements in consumption and investment-led demand and economic activity and hence corporate earnings. Hence, suggest staying invested in equities basis risk suitability. Mid-caps continue to trade at a discount against historical averages and relative to Large caps, offering a reasonable margin of safety, hence overweight Midcaps. Construction materials and home improvement segments likely to benefit from the infrastructure and housing impetus.

(Rajesh Cheruvu is the CIO at WGC Wealth. Views expressed are the author’s own.)

New Thread: New income tax rule for senior citizens

Yatheendradas C.k. at 05:19 PM - May 25, 2019 ( )

New income tax rule for senior citizens; Here’s all you need to know
By: Sunil Dhawan | Published: May 24, 2019 11:16:02 AM  The Financial Express
The exemption limit for the financial year 2019-20 available to a resident senior citizen is Rs. 3 lakh

The CBDT has revised the rules applicable in case of filing of Form 15 H. The new rule applicable for the financial year 2019-29 takes into account the provision of section 87A and thus allows even those taxpayers who are eligible for rebate under Section 87A. “CBDT has notified that the Form 15H declaration will cover the Section 87A rebate. The new income tax rule provides that the declaration in Form 15H can be accepted from the person whose income is higher than the basic exemption limit, i.e. Rs 3 lakh (as 15H is applicable to persons aged above 60 years), but is eligible for Section 87A rebate where tax liability will be nil after taking in account Section 87A,” says Archit Gupta, Founder & CEO, ClearTax.

A senior citizen is granted a higher exemption limit compared to non-senior citizens. The exemption limit for the financial year 2019-20 available to a resident senior citizen is Rs. 3 lakh.

The new rule will benefit those senior citizens whose tax liability will be Nil after allowing rebate under Section 87A. “Those who have interest income as the only source of income will stand to benefit from this change. Which means if they are able to keep their total taxable income within Rs 5 lakh, they will face no tax and will be eligible to file Form 15H,” informs Gupta. The new rule will help reduce the running around for tax refund for those who now become eligible for submission of Form 15 H.

The Form 15 H is a declaration under section 197A(1C) of the Income Tax Act, to be made by an individual who is of the age of sixty years or more claiming certain incomes without deduction of tax, i.e. TDS. Such a form needs to be submitted to any institution such as a bank which deducts TDS if interest income exceeds Rs 50,000 a year ( Rs 40,000 for non-senior citizens). There is no change for those required to fill Form G is the declaration form for no senior citizens for claiming certain incomes without deduction of tax.

According to the income tax rules, Section 87A states that, “An assessee, being an individual resident in India, whose total income does not exceed Rs 5 lakh, shall be entitled to a deduction, from the amount of income-tax (as computed before allowing the deductions) on his total income with which he is chargeable for any assessment year, of an amount equal to hundred per cent of such income-tax or an amount of Rs 12,500, whichever is less.”

Here is what the notifications states – “Provided that such person shall accept the declaration in a case where income of the assessee, who is eligible for rebate of income-tax under Section 87A, is higher than the income for which declaration can be accepted, but his tax liability shall be nil after taking into account the rebate available to him under the said section 87A.”

It means the assessee whose income is above the exemption limit but is eligible for rebate under Section 87A and where the tax liability is nil, may still file the Form 15H.

The benefit of Section 87 A is available to assessee only when these three conditions are met in the financial year 2019-20 – Firstly, it is only for resident individuals, secondly, the total income after taking into account any deductions, has to be below Rs 5 lakh and thirdly, the maximum rebate allowed will be Rs 12500.

New Thread: Health Insurance

Yatheendradas C.k. at 05:14 PM - May 25, 2019 ( )

Health Insurance: Secure your family with a Family Floater plan
Published: May 25, 2019 9:49:11 AM  The Financial Express
The most appropriate financial planning tool available to ensure the safety of one’s loved ones is a Family Floater health insurance plan that covers each family member.

One of the most important things in this world is family, and to be able to take care of one’s family’s needs financially and the health of every loved one is what matters the most. In this increasingly fast-paced life, accidents and ailments strike without warning and the treatment cost of a single family member can impact an entire family. The most appropriate financial planning tool available to ensure the safety of one’s loved ones is a Family Floater health insurance plan that covers each family member.

Although people are conscious of the need of a healthcare plan, most do not know which plan to buy, i.e. whether to spend on a personal health plan for each family member or to purchase a Family Floater plan. Individual healthcare policies offer coverage for a single person with a specific sum insured. On the other hand, in a family floater plan, the sum insured can be utilised by any of the family members listed under the cover. A family floater plan covers all the members of a family under one single umbrella of health insurance.

To understand how a Family Floater plan works, here is an example: Mr. Verma has purchased a family floater plan with a sum insured of Rs 10 lakh to cover his family – self, his wife and their two children. During the policy tenure, he is diagnosed with dengue and as a result he is hospitalized. His treatment costs around Rs 3 lakh. Under a family floater plan, he is able to claim this amount from his insurer and obtains reimbursement after submitting the required documents and proof. Under his family floater plan, he still is left with Rs 7 lakh for the rest of the year, for himself , his wife or children, in case the need arises.

With a Family Floater plan, a policyholder is able to obtain a wider coverage for the whole family at an affordable premium, under a single policy. There are several additional benefits of having a family floater such as reimbursement of ambulance charges, OPD coverage, AYUSH benefits, and a health checkup for every claim free year, domiciliary hospitalization expenses and cover for all day care procedures.

Also, some Family Floater plans offer automatic restoration of the sum insured. The advantage is that there is no way the policy can run dry, even if the entire sum insured is exhausted.

We all love and care about our families and that’s the reason we go the extra mile to keep them safe. And, a Family Floater plan exactly does that.

Stay Healthy! Stay Invested!

(By Anand Roy, Executive Director, Star Health & Allied Insurance Co Ltd)

New Thread: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 05:45 AM - May 25, 2019 ( )

European shares rose on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump predicted a swift end to a damaging trade war with China. The pan-European STOXX 600 ended up 0.56%. The CAC 40 is up 0.67% while London's FTSE 100 is up 0.65% and Germany's DAX is up 0.49%.

05:44 IST

 


From: yatheendradas c.k. at 05:51 AM - May 25, 2019( )


U.S. stocks gained on Friday, ahead of a long Memorial day weekend, as investors breathed a sigh of relief after President Donald Trump indicated that the protracted trade war with China could end soon.  The Dow gained 95.22 points, or 0.37%, to 25,585.69, while the S&P 500 index climbed 3.82 points, or 0.14%, to 2,826.06. The Nasdaq Composite Index advanced 8.72 points, or 0.11%, to 7,637.01. For the week, all indexes ended lower with the Dow off 0.7%, the S&P 500 down 1.2% and the Nasdaq 2.3% lower.

05:50 IST


From: yatheendradas c.k. at 05:59 AM - May 25, 2019( )


Oil prices climbed more than 1% on Friday ahead of long U.S. and UK holiday weekends, but posted the biggest weekly drop of the year, pressured by rising inventories and worries about the global economy. West Texas Intermediate crude for July delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 72 cents, or 1.2%, to settle at $58.63 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It notched a weekly decline of about 6.4%, its steepest since December. Global benchmark July Brent  added 93 cents, or 1.4%, to $68.69 a barrel, ending 4.9% lower on the week. but the global benchmark notched a weekly decline of about 4.5%.

05:59  IST


From: yatheendradas c.k. at 05:55 AM - May 26, 2019( )


World equity markets rebounded on Friday from heavy selling the previous day after President Donald Trump said U.S. complaints against China’s Huawei Technologies might be resolved within the framework of a Sino-U.S. trade deal.

Asian stock markets were mixed on Friday

European shares rose on Friday 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose

Oil see-sawed after early gains and remained on track for its biggest weekly drop

British PM May announces resignation, pound bounce fades.

Sterling steadies, Dollar off 2-year highs

Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes fell.

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s resignation briefly sent sterling fluctuating wildly.

Londen Markets will  close on Monday on account of Late May Bank Holiday.

U.S. markets will close on Monday for Memorial Day, a federal holiday.

05:55 IST

New Thread: Thoughts for the day May 25th, 2019

Yatheendradas C.k. at 05:33 AM - May 25, 2019 ( )

25th May  2019


“If you can’t outplay them, outwork them.” – Ben Hogan

New Thread: FINANCEIL NEWS IN A NUTSHELL

Yatheendradas C.k. at 10:35 PM - May 24, 2019 ( )

The RBI today said it will inject Rs 15,000 crore into the financial system next month through purchase of government bonds via the auction route. The Govt securities will be bought under Open Market Operations. The decision has been taken in view of the evolving liquidity situation, the RBI said in a statement.
-Moneycontrol.com

The RBI today proposed introducing a liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) for large NBFC to help tackle liquidity problems in the sector. The RBI said it planned to implement LCR, a liquidity buffer, "in a calibrated manner" over 4 years starting from April 2020. The LCR is proposed for all deposit taking NBFCs and non-deposit taking NBFCs with an asset size of 50 billion rupees and above. NBFCs will have to maintain minimum high quality liquid assets of 100% of total net cash outflows over the following 30 calendar days.
-Economic Times

The RBI said it will allow large modern currency chests to increase the service charges on cash deposited by non-chest bank branches from the existing rate of ₹5 per packet of 100 pieces to a higher rate subject to a maximum of ₹8 per packet. For this, only a currency chest that fulfils the minimum standards will be eligible to be classified as a large modern CC, the RBI said in a circular to all banks.
-Business Line

India's Finance Minister  Arun Jaitley is unlikely to continue in his current role due to poor health as Prime Minister begins his second term, according to sources with knowledge of the matter.
-Economic Times

PSBs have recovered close to Rs 1.2 lakh crore from stressed assets during the financial ended March, primarily helped by resolution under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), an official said. During the first half of the previous fiscal, banks recovered Rs 60,713 crore from bad loans.
-Economic Times

SBI will conduct a customer outreach programme next week to address their queries and seek suggestions to improve services. The 'Mega Customer Meet', to be held on Tuesday, is expected to engage with 1 lakh bank customers across 500 locations through 17 local head offices across the country.
-Economic Times

Corporation Bank has launched ‘Corp SME Suvidha’, a product for GST-registered MSMEs.A press release said that the product has been designed as part of the bank's efforts to provide best products to MSME sector.
-Business Line

Infosys today said it has completed the acquisition of 75% shareholding in ABN AMRO Bank's wholly-owned Stater NV. ABN AMRO continues to hold the remaining 25%
-Economic Times

Paytm Payments Bank Limited said it has turned profitable within its second year of operation, reporting a profit of Rs 19 crore for the FY 2018-2019.
-Business Standard

The country's only reinsurer General Insurance Corporation of India Ltd (GIC Re) reported a 31% drop in net profit to ₹ 2,224.31 crore for the full year ended 31 March 2019. This is the first announcement of annual results following the listing of the Co on stock exchanges last year. 
-Livemint

Shares of PSBs continued their upward movement with Nifty PSU Bank index surging 10% thus far in the current week compared to a 2.5% rise in the benchmark index. Among the individual banks, Bank of Baroda surged 21% during the week, while Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Indian Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce and Canara Bank were up 10 to 15%. SBI, Allahabad Bank, Syndicate Bank and Andhra Bank were up 9% each on the NSE.
-Business Standard

USD/INR 69.59
SENSEX 39434.72
NIFTY50 11844.10

New Thread: What will drive share market today

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:12 AM - May 24, 2019 ( )

 What will drive share market today: Rupee, Crude oil prices, other key factors to watch out for
By: FE Online | Published: May 24, 2019 9:09:47 AM
The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty are likely to open higher as the Bharatiya Janata Party won a majority of the seats in the Lok Sabha elections 2019 as the markets had expected.

The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty are likely to open higher as the Bharatiya Janata Party won a majority of the seats in the Lok Sabha elections 2019 as the markets had expected. The stock markets had been on a rally since the exit poll results. The SGX Nifty ended 66 points up at 11,745 level from the previous close. Yesterday, while the Sensex settled at 38,811.39 level, up 298.82 points from the previous close, Nifty closed lower by 80.85 points at a level of 11,657.05 from the previous settlement.  We take a close look at key things which will drive the market today:

FIIs and DIIs: Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth Rs 1,352 crore on a net basis, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) sold shares worth Rs 594 crore on Thursday, according to NSE data.

Rupee movement: The Indian rupee on fell on Thursday and ended at  70.01 against the US dollar after Lok Sabha poll counting suggested clear majority for the BJP.  Rupee also plunged as the dollar hit its highest level in a month on account of economic and political uncertainties around Europe and Asia. The US-China trade tensions would also put pressure on the Indian currency. Today, the rupee opened at 69.75 per dollar against the previous close of 70.01.

Crude oil prices: The crude oil prices fell nearly 6 per cent on Thursday, extending falls from the previous session amid rising trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies the US and China. The international benchmark for oil Brent plunged to its two month low this week.  While the Brent crude was last seen at $68.49 per barrel, 73 cents higher than the previous close, the US WTI was up 58 cents at $58.49 from the previous settlement. As per market experts, the crude oil prices may come under pressure because of  the rupee appreciation.

New Thread: Sensex, Nifty may open higher

Yatheendradas C.k. at 08:57 AM - May 24, 2019 ( )

Share market LIVE: Sensex, Nifty may open higher after Modi’s emphatic win; L&T, Reliance Capital in focus
By: FE Online | Updated:May 24, 2019 8:51:00 am
Share market LIVE: The Sensex and Nifty are likely to open higher on Friday morning, after Narendra Modi-led NDA's emphatic win in polls.

Share market LIVE: The Sensex and Nifty are likely to open higher on Friday morning, after Narendra Modi-led NDA’s emphatic win in polls. The SGX Nifty was trading 40 points up at 11,719 indicating a higher opening for Sensex and Nifty. 

Asian shares hobbled near four-month lows on Friday and crude oil plunged on worries the U.S.-China trade spat was developing into a more entrenched strategic dispute between the world’s two largest economies, pushing investors to safe-haven assets, Reuters reported.

Shares of Reliance Capital will assume focus, after the Anil Ambani-firm announced that it has exited the mutual fund business by selling stake to Nippon. Shares of infra giant L&T will be in focus after it increased stake in IT major Mindtree to 26.93 per cent, from 26.55 per cent earlier at Rs 979.91 per share. We bring to you Live updates.

Market Impact: Euphoria over stable government dies down fast
By: FE Bureau | Published: May 24, 2019 4:32:12 AM
With sectors such as power and telecom in deep trouble and the NPA cycle not turning just yet, corporate India has little but a low base going for it.

If the euphoria over a stable government died down quickly on Thursday it’s because corporate earnings are at their worst in years and there’s little chance of a recovery in 2019-20. Indeed, as this paper has repeatedly noted, the broader market has been in a bear grip for close to a year now. Close to 68% of the stocks with a market capitalisation of `1,000 crore have lost value over the past year. Before the rallies on May 17 and May 20, this ratio was a higher 74%.

The surge in the Sensex over the last two years of 28% — powered by just six stocks — has masked the widespread losses in the market especially in the mid-cap and small cap stocks. The underperformance is the result of anaemic corporate profits in the wake of disruptions due to demonetisation, GST and in general, a slowing economy. The economy has slowed over the last four quarters and is expected to grow at just 6.5% in Q4FY19, the slowest pace after the June, 2017 quarter. Consumption demand is flagging as seen in the volumes reported by FMCG firms and in the subdued sales of cars and two-wheelers. Moreover, corporate India remains leveraged – since cash flows have been crimped.

Most of the cash available for investment is on the books of consumer-oriented companies that typically don’t make investments in infrastructure.

With sectors such as power and telecom in deep trouble and the NPA cycle not turning just yet, corporate India has little but a low base going for it.

New Thread: Poll rally done, Sensex seeks global cues

Yatheendradas C.k. at 08:39 AM - May 24, 2019 ( )

Poll rally done, Sensex seeks global cues
Our Bureau  Mumbai | Updated on May 23, 2019  Published on May 23, 2019 BUSINESS LINE

After scaling peaks, indices slide back
With the conclusion of the elections, the stock markets are back to taking their cues from the state of the economy and global developments. The Sensex, which touched the 40,000-mark, and Nifty, which rose to the 12,000-level, gave up significant gains and closed in the negative zone. Market experts told BusinessLine that markets would now look to the Budget session and global developments such as the US-China trade war and US-Iran tensions.

The Sensex and the Nifty had gained more than 5 per cent in the rally this week after exit polls had predicted a thumping victory for the BJP. The market rally came mainly on the back of the fact that the Narendra Modi-led government was the only one in 48 years to have returned to power with such a high number of seats for a second term — after Indira Gandhi in 1971.

On Thursday, as the exit poll prediction came true, the benchmark indices rose to record-high levels, but gave up all the gains and closed in the negative on the back of profit-booking as valuations looked stretched. The Sensex, which made a high of 40,124, closed at 38,811, down 0.76 per cent or 298 points. The Nifty touched 12,041, but fell back to 11,657 and closed with loss of 80 points or 0.69 per cent.

Market trading could be tense on Friday as key indices in the US fell by nearly 1.5 per cent as the trade spat between the US and China deepened over the issue of Huawei. The US is investigating China’s biggest telecom operator on charges that it spied for the Chinese government. Apart from the US, key indices in Europe were trading lower by 1.5 to 2 per cent.

“We expect markets to consolidate with an upward bias. Economic challenges are more than priced into many companies, especially small and mid-cap companies. The expectation is that the government will deal with issues and emergencies in the financial sector. All eyes will be on who now becomes the Finance Minister. Also, a push for the infra sector is expected as stated in BJP manifesto,” said Porinju Veliyath, who runs EQ India Fund. In the short run, markets could be highly volatile, but there is a perception that India’s economy could continue to grow under the NDA government.

“The market is looking at the second term of the Modi Sarkar to build on the foundation laid in the last term,” said Nilesh Shah, MD & CEO, Kotak Mutual Fund. “India has good macros. The market believes that the stage is set for accelerating growth to higher level by tackling challenges to the revival of investment and consumption growth. It looks to Modi’s second term to change the orbit of Indian GDP growth from 7 per cent level to higher level (and eventually to double digits).”

Shah is of the view that markets are pricing in double-digit earnings growth over the next few years. He says that from a risk-reward point of view, the market is delicately balanced.
 
Published on May 23, 2019

 

What to watch: Ashok Leyland, Bata, Grasim results today
| Updated on May 23, 2019  Published on May 24, 2019  BUSINESS LINE

About 100 companies including Ashok Leyland, AstraZeneca, Bata India, Butterfly Gandhimathi, Coffee Day, Fortis Healthcare, GIC Housing Fin, Grasim, HUDCO, Heidelberg, IDFC, Jindal Stainless, JSW Steel, Kanoria Chem, Liberty Shoes, Meghmani Organics, NCC, Page Industries, Punjab & Sind Bank, Rolta India, REC, Sharon Bio, TCI, Unichem Labs, Varroc Engineering, Welspun India, Zodiac JRD and Zuari Global will declare their financial results on Friday.

Published on May 24, 2019


New Thread: Oil bounces back, but markets remain fragile

Yatheendradas C.k. at 08:31 AM - May 24, 2019 ( )

Oil bounces back, but markets remain fragile amid trade disputes
By: Reuters | Singapore | Published: May 24, 2019 8:28:11 AM  The Financial Express
Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at $68.50 per barrel at 0231 GMT, up 74 cents, or 1.1%, from their last close.

Oil prices jumped more than 1% on Friday amid OPEC supply cuts and Middle East tensions, but still did not fully recoup losses earlier in the week on economic slowdown jitters and swelling inventories – their steepest drops since the start of the year.

Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at $68.50 per barrel at 0231 GMT, up 74 cents, or 1.1%, from their last close.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 63 cents, or 1.1%, at $58.54 per barrel.

“Multiple supply risks remain, as tension continues between Iran and the U.S., which could turn disruptive,” ANZ bank said on Friday.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has led supply cuts since the start of the year aimed at tightening the market and propping up prices.

ANZ said U.S. sanctions on Iran’s and Venezuela’s oil industries would likely further reduce crude exports from OPEC, of which both countries are members.

But Friday’s firmer prices could not make up the much bigger slumps from earlier in the week, which have put crude futures on track for their biggest weekly losses this year.

From mid-week, rising oil inventories in the United States started weighing on prices.

“Increasing (oil) inventories and slumping U.S. manufacturing activity exacerbated trade related concerns about global demand,” Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist at CMC Markets in Australia, said in a note, pulling WTI below $60 per barrel and Brent below $70 per barrel.

And the glut has spread beyond North America. Struggling to cope with oversupply from fuels, Asian refinery margins this week fell to their lowest seasonal levels since the financial crisis a decade ago, triggering plans for refinery run cuts.

“In China, gasoline stockpiles at seaports were seen rising to a multi-year high, this can shrink the margins for refiners and lead to softer oil demand from China,” ANZ bank said on Friday.

“Oil remains acutely vulnerable to any trade headlines, and with Asian currencies and stocks most likely to be dragged lower, any rallies may be short-lived,” said Jeffrey Halley, senior analyst at futures brokerage OANDA.

Asian shares were hobbled near four-month lows on Friday on worries the U.S.-China trade spat was developing into a more entrenched strategic dispute between the world’s two largest economies.

New Thread: Stocks in the news today

Yatheendradas C.k. at 08:27 AM - May 24, 2019 ( )

Last Updated : May 24, 2019 08:24 AM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Stocks in the news: Cipla, Ashok Leyland, Reliance Capital, eClerx, Om Metals, Moil
Sun TV Network | eClerx Services | Om Metals | Novartis India | Cipla and Healthcare Global are stocks which are in the news today.
Moneycontrol News@moneycontrolcom

Here are stocks that are in the news today:

Results on May 24: About 172 companies will announce their March quarter earnings on Friday.

General Insurance Corporation of India Q4: Profit falls to Rs 603.37 crore versus Rs 751.61 crore, gross premiums were written down at Rs 8,089.35 crore versus Rs 8,525.02 crore; underwriting profit at Rs 157.8 crore versus loss of Rs 1,219 crore YoY.

 
Rane (Madras) Q4: Consolidated net loss at Rs 7.8 crore versus Rs 9 crore profit; revenue falls 12 percent to Rs 377 crore versus Rs 428 crore YoY.

HealthCare Global Enterprises Q4: Loss at Rs 8.72 crore versus profit at Rs 2.59 crore; revenue rises to Rs 257.92 crore versus Rs 222.27 crore YoY.

Sun TV Network Q4: Profit slips to Rs 283 crore versus Rs 290 crore; revenue jumps to Rs 888.9 crore versus Rs 717 crore YoY.

Novartis India Q4: Profit falls to Rs 19.53 crore versus Rs 26.47 crore; revenue declines to Rs 110.38 crore versus Rs 125.32 crore YoY.

eClerx Services Q4: Profit jumps to Rs 59.2 crore versus Rs 39 crore; revenue rises to Rs 365.1 crore versus Rs 357.63 crore YoY.

Cipla: Company signed an agreement to acquire 26 percent stake on a fully diluted basis in AMPSolar Power Systems Private Limited.

Om Metals Infraprojects: Company partly sold its packing division.

Radico Khaitan - CPCB revoked its closure directions

Hindustan Copper's board meeting on May 28 to consider and recommend increase in borrowing limits and creation of security/ charge for seeking approval of shareholders of the company

Infosys completes formation of strategic partnership with ABN AMRO in the Netherlands

Reliance Capital - Offer for sale up to 3,21,10,091 equity shares (5.25%) of Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management opens today. Floor Price of the sale shall be Rs 218 per equity share.

Zensar enables Sanlam to deliver company-wide Digital Transformation

CARE reaffirmed Future Lifestyle's Commercial Papers ratings as A1+

MOIL inks MoU with ministry of steel for FY2019-20

New Thread: Thoughts for the day May 24, 2019

Yatheendradas C.k. at 05:27 AM - May 24, 2019 ( )

24th May  2019


“Someday is not a day of the week.” – Denise Brennan-Nelson

New Thread: FINANCIAL MARKETS IN A NUTSHELL

Yatheendradas C.k. at 10:23 PM - May 23, 2019 ( )

A host of measures are on the cards for transformation of PSBs. While consolidation tops the agenda, a list of directions is being separately worked out for PSBs to focus on risk assessment, enhanced early warning signals in cases of stressed assets and bringing in new fintech players. “We will soon be initiating the second round of reforms through our EASE (enhanced access and service excellence) programme,” a finance ministry official told.
-Economic Times

The foreign exchange reserves cover of imports declined a tad to 9.1 months as of Dec-end 2018, compared to 9.5 months at Sep-end 2018, according to the RBI’s Report on Management of Foreign Exchange Reserves. The reserves cover of imports stood at 10.9 months and 11.3 months as of March-end 2018 and March-end 2017, respectively.
-Business Line

Axis Bank said its board has approved the reappointment of Rajiv Anand as Executive Director (wholesale banking) and Rajesh Dahiya as Executive Director (corporate centre) for 3 years each from Aug 4, 2019 to Aug 3, 2022.
-Business Line

The board of directors of HDFC Bank approved a proposal to split the lender’s share from one equity share of face value of ₹ 2 each to two shares of face value ₹1 each
-Business Line

In a bid to reach out to a larger number of customers, especially the youth, Canara Bank has marked its official presence on two social-media platforms – Facebook and Instagram. The bank, on Wednesday, launched the official Facebook and Instagram pages.
-Business Line

Senior citizens with a taxable income of up to ₹5 lakh can now submit in banks and post offices Form 15H to claim exemption from TDS on interest income on deposits. Earlier, the limit for seeking TDS exemption was ₹2.5 lakh.
-Livemint

Amid market euphoria, the benchmark BSE Sensex crossed the psychological 40K mark and the Nifty hit the 12 K level initially and had hit respective record highs when the election trends emerged. Later, profit-taking from domestic investors at the day's higher levels pushed the indices lower. The rupee also fell 34 paise to 70.00 in late session which also dampened the sentiment for the equities. The BSE Sensex ended lower by 298.82 points, or 0.76%, at 38,811.39. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty too ended lower by 80.85 points or 0.69%, at 11,657.05.
-Business Line

USD/INR 69.59
SENSEX 38811.39
NIFTY50 11657.05

Reply for: FINANCIAL NEWS IN A NUTSHELL

Yatheendradas C.k. at 06:10 AM - Mar 04, 2019 ( )

Our Markets are closed today on account of Maha Sivarathri.

Suresh Kotha at 05:15 AM - Mar 04, 2019 ( )

TODAY ANY HOlIDAY FOR STOCK MARKET ON A/C OF MAHA SIVA RATHRI

Reply for: Untimely demise of my mother

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:04 AM - Jan 08, 2019 ( )

Heart felt condolances , Dear Alex. I pray for the departed soul to rest in peace

Reply for: MARKET OUTLOOK

Yatheendradas C.k. at 01:30 PM - Jan 05, 2019 ( )

Negative news will normally cause individuals to sell stocks, will translate to selling pressure and a decrease in stock price. or a positive news will normally cause individuals buy stocks  translate into buying pressure and an increase in stock price. I am afaraid, U.S markets are more  sensitive and impulsive to the news as the memories are short !!!! Unfornunatly, as you dobuted U.S. influence the Global Markets. Eg. Many markets were not effcted with Apple contraversy but repercucssions were felt in the markets all over the world. The so called developed nations have a hidden agenda to control markets of developing/third world countries.

 

Rakesh Padhi at 09:45 AM - Jan 05, 2019 ( )

US market does not move with any fundamentals. US market need a news everynight. For them yesterday economy was bad and today economy imporvide just because job report and some one from FED gave a statement. Not sure what on card next but we idiot indian follow there news based move is very disappointing. Is US market/new driving global market !!

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 10:18 PM - Dec 18, 2018 ( )

V r different !!!

 

Parsuvanath Jain at 03:19 PM - Dec 18, 2018 ( )

But Indian MKT is showing Streghth +++++

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:14 AM - Oct 17, 2018 ( )

Trends on SGX Nifty indicate a gap-up opening fof pur Markets furher the asian/globel nmarkets re alos higher a gain of 72.25 points or 0.69% percent. Nifty futures were trading around 10,584.75 level on the Singaporean Exchange.  Furher the asian/globel nmarkets re alos higher 

09:12 IST

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:18 AM - Oct 01, 2018 ( )

Sorry ,Market regulator Sebi deferred the October 1 deadline for the extension of trading hours 

 

Sanjeev Kumar at 09:08 AM - Oct 01, 2018 ( )

Sir kindly put some light on market timing as it has changed from today to onward

 

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:13 AM - Oct 01, 2018 ( )

 

Good news for equity derivatives traders, market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has allowed stock exchanges to extend timing of equity derivatives trading till 11:55 pm with effect from October 1, 2018.

Sanjeev Kumar at 09:08 AM - Oct 01, 2018 ( )

Sir kindly put some light on market timing as it has changed from today to onward

 

Markets can re-test Friday’s low  given liquidity and asset-liability mismatch concerns.  Derivatives and technical analysts feel the market could re-test lows of Friday.  Traders and investors wanting to hedge their risk from a falling market could do a bear put spread on  options expiring on September 27. Lets wait and watch the situation. 

 

 

 

 

 

Frequent negative news appearing about the air line !!!!!

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:05 AM - Aug 27, 2018 ( )

Our Markets are likely to open with a gap on Monday following positive trend seen in other Asian marketsand Global Marke Trends on SGX Nifty indicate a positive opening for the indexes in India

09:05 IST

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 09:01 AM - Aug 27, 2018 ( )

SGX NIFTY Nifty futures were trading around 11,617- level UP 46.50 POINTS OR 40% on the Singaporean Exchange

08:59 IST

Reply for: Hexaware Technologies crashes 19%

Yatheendradas C.k. at 08:17 AM - Aug 27, 2018 ( )

Thaku Sri. Sudararajan

 

Reply for: Hexaware Technologies crashes 19%

Yatheendradas C.k. at 10:45 PM - Aug 25, 2018 ( )

I can not predict anything in this mattter. I have placed the information available in public domin for information on one and all

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 03:20 PM - Aug 23, 2018 ( )

Stocks in Europe hovered around the flatline Thursday morning after Beijing implemented new retaliatory tariffs against the United States.At Present, the pan-European  Stoxx 600 is marginally higher by 0.16%. The CAC 40 is up 0.18% while Germany's DAX is up 0.02% and London's FTSE 100 is up 0.02%.

15:19 IST

Reply for: GLOBAL MARKETS TREND

Yatheendradas C.k. at 08:52 AM - Aug 17, 2018 ( )

Asia markets advanced on Friday, following a strong lead in from Wall Street and positive news on the U.S.-China trade front. Asian markets are higher today as Chinese and Hong Kong shares show gains. The Shanghai Composite is up 0.08% while the Hang Seng is up 0.53%. The Nikkei 225 is trading up by 0.52%.  In South Korea, the Kospi rose by 0.29%. In Australia  the  ASX 200 remained largely flat to edge around 0.14%.

08:51 IST

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