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“Niftys 17800-18200 range has been holding for some time now. To break the upper end of the range, the market needs positive triggers. Early Q3 results broadly have been positive with IT companies and banks delivering good results,” Dr. V K Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services, said.
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We feel participants should maintain their focus on stock selection amid the prevailing consolidation phase in the index and wait for a decisive breakout on either side. Going ahead, the upcoming earnings announcement of index majors might provide the needed trigger. Besides, global cues, especially the performance of the US indices, will remain in focus.
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The financial services index has disappointed only in 2013 and 2015 in the last ten years. The calendar year 2014 turned out to be the best one so far when the index zoomed over 57%. In the last seven years, the index has given double-digit returns in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021.
Hold Petronet LNG, target price Rs 210: ICICI Securities
The combination of weak gas demand, supply shortages caused by geopolitical issues (Gazprom force majeure) and pricing (high spot LNG prices constraining Dahej third party regas offtake) is likely to lead to another weak quarter for GAIL, PLNG and GSPL.
For upstream, net realisations (net of windfall tax) are expected to remain steady at US$73.5-74.1/bbl while gas utilities earnings will likely continue to be impacted by weak demand and lower trading margins (for GAIL).
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The Asian tiger crisis that shocked the world economy in 1997 looks like a blessing in disguise for Dalal Street bull Rakesh Bansal in hindsight. After finishing MBA, all he wanted was a good corporate job but vacancies dried up quickly amid the financial crisis. The enterprising ‘Marwari boy soon realised that the stock market was the only place where he could build a fortune with little capital.
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Small negative candle was formed on the daily chart with minor upper and lower shadow. Technically, this pattern indicates a high wave or doji type candle pattern after a rise. Normally, such candle formations after a reasonable rise signal volatility at the highs and sometimes it acts as a reversal pattern post-confirmation.
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Some experts believe that stocks in this space are up for big gains in 2023 in the run-up to the Union Budget for 2023-24 (April-March) in February. This would be the last one ahead of the general elections in 2024, and experts are eyeing a growth-oriented budget from the incumbent government to give further impetus to capital investments.
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“The bulls came back strong and knocked out the bears with full force surpassing the hurdle of 43,500 on a closing basis. The index confirms the continuation of the uptrend towards 44,000-44,600 levels on the upside. The lower-end support stands at 43,000, which will act as a cushion for the bulls. The index remains on a ‘buy mode and any dips should be utilized to initiate fresh long positions,” Kunal Shah, Senior Technical Analyst at LKP Securities, said.