Nifty Enters The September Series At 8640

Indian Market Outlook: Nifty had a dull August series and a two hundred point range has led to a decrease in volatility. India VIX, an indicator of volatility has come down to below 14 which indicates there are no major triggers or events in the markets. Yesterday being the last day of August expiry in the F&O segment there was some volatility witnessed but it was very much in the trading range. Nifty Futures after making a high of 8685 saw a phase of profit booking which led to a closing below 8600, an intra-day movement of 100 points. Bank Nifty also failed to cross 19430 before falling to below 19300. The markets are expected to trade in a choppy range as it waits Janet Yellen speech at Jackson hole at 7.30 pm Indian time, which will come after market hours the effect will come on Monday trade.

Top 5 gainers for yesterday were Bhel, BPCL, GAIL, ITC and HCL Technologies.

Nifty Futures is expected to open at 8658 as per SGX Nifty at 8:30 am IST, which is 14 points above its previous close of 8644.

Open Interest Index Futures

Open-Interest-Index-Futures

On 25th August of 2016, last day of the August Expiry, FII & Pro have bought 2166675 shares combined, above average of 705075.

The total for the August expiry from the 29th July was 3514275 shares in Index Futures.

Open Interest Index Options

Open Interest Index Options

On 25th August of 2016, last day of the August Expiry, FII & Pro have bought 6615075 shares combined, which is above the average of 2920650

The total for the August expiry from the 29th was sell of 8756325 shares in Index Options.

FII & DII Cash Buy/Sell Activity

Last trading day, FII’s have sold Rs. 372 Cr shares and DII have sold shares worth Rs. 357 Cr. Combined, net selling worth Rs. 729 cr was seen.

Since 29th July 2016, FII have bought Rs.6891 crore worth shares where as DII have sold shares worth Rs. 5341 crores in the cash segment.

FII and DII combined have a net buy worth Rs. 1550 cr since 29th July 2016.

The combined FII and Pro have seen a marginal increase in short position in Index future and a increase of short position in index options. In the cash segment FII and DII combined are net buyers of Rs. 1550 Cr since 29th July 2016.

International Market Update

International Market Morning Update

International Market Morning Update: International markets continued with the profit booking mode and US Index S&P Futures fell to make a low of 2168 before trading above 2171. The correction from all time high is 23 points and this is because of Yellen’s speech which is going to lay down the course of further interest rate hikes. German Dax is trading in a broad range of 250 points and is currently in a range of 10480-10660. Today in Asian markets Nikkei is trading with downward bias.

Today morning Asian market Nikkei is trading flat.

Stocks to watch out for 26th August, 2016

Stocks to watch out for 25th August, 2016

Top Performing shares in the last week

Top Performing shares in the last week

 

 

 

These stocks were traded in buy momentum in last week, any correction in these stocks can be a good opportunity to Buy.

Results for the Day

Results for the Day

Index Performance for last 1 week

# Symbol 1D 1W
1 NIFTY FMCG INDEX 0.4 0.22
2 BANK NIFTY -0.27 -0.57
3 NIFTY ENERGY INDEX -0.35 -0.98
4 NIFTY PHARMA INDEX -0.4 -0.83
5 NIFTY FINANCE INDEX -0.6 -0.68
6 NIFTY AUTO INDEX -0.61 -1.74
7 NIFTY -0.67 -0.86
8 NIFTY REALTY INDEX -0.71 -0.74
9 NIFTY MEDIA INDEX -1.11 0.54
10 NIFTY IT INDEX -1.12 -0.58
11 NIFTY METAL INDEX -1.61 -2.89
Index performance in last 1 day and 1 week. Figures show percentage change from previous close.

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