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  • 30th August 2010 to 03rd September 2010 Disclaimers: The article (including market views expressed herein) is for general information only and does not have regard to specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person who may receive this information. Investments in mutual funds and secondary markets inherently involve risks and recipient should consult their legal, tax and financial advisors before investing. Recipient of this article/ information should understand that statements made herein regarding future prospects may not be realized. He/ She should also understand that any reference to the securities/ sectors in the document is only for illustration purpose and are NOT stock recommendations from the Author or the AMC or any of its associates. Any performance information shown refers to the past should not be seen as an indication of future returns. The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up
  • 08th October 2012 to 12th October 2012 INDEX 12.10.2012 05.10.2012 % CHANGE NIFTY 5676 5747 (1.23) SENSEX 18675 18938 (1.39) NSE MIDCAP 7922 7934 (0.16) NSE 500 4506 4548 (0.92) NIFTY JUNIOR 11210 11221 (0.10) BSE SMALLCAP 7110 7146 (0.50) BSE 200 2309 2331 (0.95) *DOW JONES 13326 13575 (1.83) *NASDAQ 3049 3149 (3.18) NIKKEI 8534 8863 (3.71) HANG SENG 21136 21012 0.59 SHANGHAI COMP 2105 2086 0.90 BSE FMCG 5750 5640 1.95 BSE HEALTHCARE 7570 7427 1.93 BSE CONSUMER DURABLES 7195 7161 0.48 BSE METALS 10620 10606 0.13 BSE BANK 13087 13212 (0.95) BSE PSU 7419 7528 (1.44) BSE CAPITAL GOODS 11176 11340 (1.44) BSE AUTO 10275 10493 (2.08) BSE TECH 3314 3414 (2.92) BSE IT 5729 5911 (3.08) BSE OIL & GAS 8543 8852 (3.49) BSE REALTY 1870 1950 (4.10) SOURCE : BLOOMBERG * DENOTES THURSDAY CLOSE SENSEX INDEX MOVERS 12.10.2012 05.10.2012 % CHANGE SUN PHARMA INDUSTRIES LTD 715 684 4.53 ITC LTD 283 276 2.65 TATA STEEL LTD 421 410 2.49 STERLITE INDUSTRIES INDIA LTD 103 101 1.88 HINDUSTAN UNILEVER LTD 574 565 1.64 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LTD 819 857 (4.49) INFOSYS LTD 2396 2528 (5.23) HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LTD 118 125 (5.76) WIPRO LTD 352 374 (5.93) BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LTD 245 263 (6.76) SOURCE : BLOOMBERG BSE 200 INDEX MOVERS 12.10.2012 05.10.2012 % CHANGE AUROBINDO PHARMA LTD 160 138 15.39 WOCKHARDT LTD 1418 1277 11.03 CONTAINER CORP OF INDIA 1066 982 8.57 INDIA CEMENTS LTD 101 93 8.42 TATA GLOBAL BEVERAGES LTD 161 150 7.26 LANCO INFRATECH LTD 15 16 (8.44) SUZLON ENERGY LTD 16 18 (9.40) DLF LTD 219 242 (9.45) AMTEK AUTO LTD 79 88 (10.81) PANTALOON RETAIL INDIA LTD 191 215 (11.11) SOURCE : BLOOMBERG Risk Factor : "Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully." Disclaimers: The article (including market views expressed herein) is for general information only and does not have regard to specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person who may receive this information. Investments in mutual funds and secondary markets inherently involve risks and recipient should consult their legal, tax and financial advisors before investing. Recipient of this article/ information should understand that statements made herein regarding future prospects may not be realized. He/ She should also understand that any reference to the securities/ sectors in the document is only for illustration purpose and are NOT stock recommendations from the Author or the AMC or any of its associates. Any performance information shown refers to the past should not be seen as an indication of future returns. The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up.
  • 08th October 2012 to 12th October 2012 WEEK ENDED 12.10.2012 Rs Crores FII GROSS PUR 14111.50 FII GROSS SELL 8097.90 FII NET 6013.60 FII MONTH T0 DATE NET 8032.80 MF GROSS PUR 1606.40 MF GROSS SELL 2466.80 MF NET (860.40) MF MONTH T0 DATE NET (1595.40) SOURCE : SEBI MF DATA TILL TRADE DAY WEDNESDAY KEY DEVELOPMENTS – INTERNATIONAL Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- China’s service industries expanded at a faster pace in September as output increased by the most since May, a private survey indicated. The purchasing managers’ index rose to 54.3 from 52 in August, HSBC Holdings Plc and Markit Economics said today. A reading above 50 indicates expansion. Today’s report may offer investors some comfort that the nation’s slowdown is stabilizing after the economys weakest expansion in three years in the second quarter. China may expand monetary and fiscal easing to support growth after a once-a-decade handover of power to a new generation of leaders begins next month. Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Japan’s current-account surplus widened from a year earlier for the first time in 18 months, as lower prices of imported energy helped to offset gains in the yen and a global slowdown that has capped exports. The excess in the broadest measure of the nation’s trade was 454.7 billion yen ($5.8 billion) in August, compared with a 436.3 billion yen surplus a year earlier, the Finance Ministry said in Tokyo today. The median estimate of 24 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News was for a surplus of 421.1 billion yen. In July, the surplus was 625.4 billion yen. Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Australian consumer confidence advanced after the central bank resumed reductions in the benchmark interest rate, as respondents indicated a willingness to enter the property market, a private survey showed. The sentiment index for October rose 1 percent to 99.2, a Westpac Banking Corp. and Melbourne Institute survey taken Oct. 1-7 of 1,200 adults showed today in Sydney. The index remained below 100, which indicates pessimists outnumber optimists, for an eighth straight month, the longest stretch since the global financial crisis. Risk Factor : "Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully." Disclaimers: The article (including market views expressed herein) is for general information only and does not have regard to specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person who may receive this information. Investments in mutual funds and secondary markets inherently involve risks and recipient should consult their legal, tax and financial advisors before investing. Recipient of this article/ information should understand that statements made herein regarding future prospects may not be realized. He/ She should also understand that any reference to the securities/ sectors in the document is only for illustration purpose and are NOT stock recommendations from the Author or the AMC or any of its associates. Any performance information shown refers to the past should not be seen as an indication of future returns. The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up.
  • 08th October 2012 to 12th October 2012 Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Japan’s machinery orders fell more than expected in August, a sign that companies will cut back spending as global demand slows. Orders, an indicator of capital spending in three to six months, declined 3.3 percent after rising 4.6 percent in July, the Cabinet Office said today in Tokyo. The median of 26 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey was for a 2.3 percent drop. Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- French business confidence fell last month, suggesting Europe’s second-largest economy shrank in the third quarter for the first time in more than two years, the Bank of France said. Sentiment among manufacturing executives fell to 92 from 93 in August, the Bank of France said today. The reading suggests that France’s gross domestic product probably shrank in the three months through September, the Bank of France said. Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- German industrial production declined in August as the sovereign debt crisis damped euro-area economic growth and prompted companies to scale back investment. Production fell 0.5 percent from July, when it gained 1.2 percent, the Economy Ministry in Berlin said today. Economists had forecast a drop of 0.6 percent, according to the median of 39 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey. From a year earlier, production fell 1.4 percent when adjusted for working days. Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- German exports unexpectedly rose for a second month in August, indicating Europe’s largest economy is weathering the sovereign debt crisis. Exports, adjusted for work days and seasonal changes, jumped 2.4 percent from July, when they gained 0.4 percent, the Federal Statistics Office in Wiesbaden said today. Economists forecast a 0.6 percent decline, according to the median of 14 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey. Imports rose 0.3 percent from July. Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- U.K. manufacturing fell more than economists forecast in August and the trade gap widened, indicating the economic may struggle to regain strength. Factory output dropped 1.1 percent from July, when it rose 3.1 percent, the Office for National Statistics said today in London. The median forecast of 25 economists in a Bloomberg News survey was for a decline of 0.7 percent. Overall industrial output fell 0.5 percent, matching economists’ forecasts. The goods-trade deficit widened as exports fell. Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank should keep interest rates low for the foreseeable future and may need to cut them further given the risk of deflation, the International Monetary Fund said. Euro-area inflation will slow to 1.6 percent in 2013 “and risks from domestic wages and profits are to the downside,” the Washington-based IMF said in its World Economic Outlook today. “The probability of falling prices is unusually high, reaching almost 25 percent. This projection gives the ECB ample justification for keeping policy rates very low or cutting them further.” Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Spain’s debt rating was cut to one level above junk by Standard & Poor’s, which cited mounting economic and political risks as the government considers a second bailout. The country was lowered two levels to BBB- from BBB+, New York-based S&P said in a statement yesterday. S&P assigned a negative outlook to the nation’s long-term rating and lowered the short-term sovereign level to A-3 from A-2. “The negative outlook on the long-term rating reflects our view of the significant risks to Spain’s economic growth and budgetary performance, and the lack of a clear direction in euro-zone policy,” S&P said. “The deepening economic recession is limiting the Spanish government’s policy options.” Oct. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann said the German economy, Europe’s largest, is in good condition even though growth will stagnate in the second half of the year. “The German economy continues to be in robust shape but increasingly feels the inner-European adjustment process and uncertainty stemming from the sovereign debt crisis,” Weidmann told reporters in Tokyo today. “For the second half of the year, we expect stagnation.” Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Mortgage applications in the U.S. decreased last week from a three-year high as fewer Americans refinanced their homes. The Mortgage Bankers Association’s index dropped 1.2 percent in the period ended Oct. 5, after surging 16.6 percent in the prior week to the highest point since April 2009, the Washington-based group said today. Refinancing decreased 2 percent, while purchase applications climbed 2.4 percent. The average rate on a 30-year fixed loan rose to 3.56 percent from 3.53 percent the prior week, which was an all-time low in the series dating back to 1990. Borrowing costs on a 15- year fixed mortgage decreased to 2.88 percent from 2.90 percent. Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve said today that the U.S. economy was expanding “modestly” last month, supported by improvements in housing and auto sales, even as the labor market showed little change. “Consumer spending was generally reported to be flat to up slightly since the last report,” the Fed said in its Beige Book business survey, which is based on accounts from the 12 district Fed banks. Conditions in manufacturing were “somewhat improved,” according to the report, which provides anecdotal evidence on the health of the economy two weeks before the Federal Open Market Committee meets in Washington on Oct. 23-24. Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Job openings in the U.S. dropped for a second straight month in August, indicating companies are reluctant to beef up payrolls through year-end without faster economic growth. The number of positions waiting to be filled fell by 32,000 to 3.561 million from a revised 3.593 million the prior month that was less than previously estimated, the Labor Department said today in a statement. Hiring increased at the same time firings rose to a three-month high. Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Fewer Americans than forecast filed first-time claims for unemployment benefits last week, which may reflect difficulty adjusting the data for seasonal swings at the start of a quarter. Applications for jobless benefits dropped 30,000 to 339,000 in the week ended Oct. 6, the fewest since February 2008, Labor Department figures showed today. Economists forecast 370,000 claims, according to the median estimate in a Bloomberg survey. One state accounted for most of the plunge in claims, a Labor Department spokesman said as the data were issued to the press. Risk Factor : "Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully." Disclaimers: The article (including market views expressed herein) is for general information only and does not have regard to specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person who may receive this information. Investments in mutual funds and secondary markets inherently involve risks and recipient should consult their legal, tax and financial advisors before investing. Recipient of this article/ information should understand that statements made herein regarding future prospects may not be realized. He/ She should also understand that any reference to the securities/ sectors in the document is only for illustration purpose and are NOT stock recommendations from the Author or the AMC or any of its associates. Any performance information shown refers to the past should not be seen as an indication of future returns. The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up.
  • 08th October 2012 to 12th October 2012 KEY DEVELOPMENTS – DOMESTIC Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Indian growth may weaken to a decade- low this year after investment stalled, the International Monetary Fund said, as it called for interest rates to remain unchanged until the nation’s high inflation rate eases. Gross domestic product will rise 4.9 percent in 2012, less than a July forecast of 6.1 percent, the Washington-based lender said in its World Economic Outlook report today. The expansion will accelerate to 6 percent next year, it said, helped by improving overseas markets and a boost to confidence from a recent government policy revamp. “The outlook for India is unusually uncertain,” the IMF said. “Monetary policy should stay on hold until a sustained decrease in inflation materializes.” Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- India’s automakers’ association lowered its full-year domestic car sales forecast for the second time as slowing economic growth and high interest rates keep buyers from showrooms. The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers cut its car sales growth forecast to as low as 1 percent, S. Sandilya, the president of the industry group, said in New Delhi today. Local deliveries in September fell 5.4 percent to 157,536 cars, the second consecutive monthly decline, the group said today. The annual forecast for growth in car sales was cut to as low as 9 percent in July, from an earlier estimate of 10 percent-12 percent pace given in April. Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- India’s trade deficit widened to the highest level in more than a year in September as a struggling world economy contributed to a drop in the nation’s exports. Merchandise shipments fell 10.8 percent from a year earlier to $23.7 billion, the Trade Ministry said in a statement today as it released provisional figures. Imports rose 5.1 percent to $41.8 billion, leaving a deficit of $18.1 billion. The shortfall is the highest in 16 months, based on historical government data released April 19 and official monthly trade statements. Oct. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Indian industrial production rebounded in August from a contraction, as the government tries to revive a struggling economy with a policy revamp that began last month. Output at factories, utilities and mines rose 2.7 percent from a year earlier after a revised 0.2 percent fall in July, the Central Statistical Office said in a statement in New Delhi today. The median of 36 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey was for a 1.1 percent gain. Risk Factor : "Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully." Disclaimers: The article (including market views expressed herein) is for general information only and does not have regard to specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person who may receive this information. Investments in mutual funds and secondary markets inherently involve risks and recipient should consult their legal, tax and financial advisors before investing. Recipient of this article/ information should understand that statements made herein regarding future prospects may not be realized. He/ She should also understand that any reference to the securities/ sectors in the document is only for illustration purpose and are NOT stock recommendations from the Author or the AMC or any of its associates. Any performance information shown refers to the past should not be seen as an indication of future returns. The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up.