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I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in June, 2019

Indian Markets were down by 1% in June with the trade issues arising between India and US. These issues contributed to the nervousness in the market. All the sectoral indices were down with Pharma losing about 5% and Auto losing about 3%. Bank Nifty, IT and FMCG lost about 1% each.

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I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in April, 2019

May was a great month for the Indian Stock Market. With BJP winning the election by more seats than the previous election took the market to all time high with the Sensex crossing 40,000 mark. Overall the markets went up by 1.50% last month. However, on the sectoral indices, all the indices registered losses except Bank Nifty which zoomed by 5% crossing 31,000 mark.

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Dear Colleagues

I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in April, 2019

Indian markets went up by 1% and the Sensex has managed to stay at 39,000 levels. All the sectors registered gains except Bank Nifty which lost about 2%. IT is the biggest gainer last month with 7% gains. FII’s invested about Rs.21,000 crores in in the equity market while Domestic Institutional Investors pulled out 5,800 crores.

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Dear Colleagues

I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in February, 2019

Indian market was marginally down last month. Bank Nifty and FMCG stocks lost about 2% while IT and Auto stocks went up by 1.50%. FII’s invested about Rs.14,500 crores in in the equity market while Domestic Institutional Investors invested 5,700 crores. Indian Rupee closed at Rs.70.72 for 1 US $.

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Dear Colleagues

I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in January, 2019

Indian market was almost the same as last month but with volatility. On the sectoral indices, IT moved up by 7% while Auto lost about 11%. FII’s sold about Rs.3,200 crores in in the equity market while Domestic Institutional Investors invested 7,700 crores. Domestic Institutional Investors invested a whopping Rs.55,600 crores in the debt market showing that liquidity is available but shied away from the equity market.

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Dear Colleagues

I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in December, 2018.

Indian market was marginally down in December, 2018. Bank Nifty and FMCG registered 1% gains while Pharma lost about 4% and IT lost about 1%. 2018 saw the market gaining about 4%. IT gained 25% in 2018 while Auto lost about 22% in the year. FII’s invested about Rs.7,900 crores in December while Domestic Institutional Investors invested 72,100 crores in both Equity and Debt markets. Overall in 2018, FII’s sold Rs.24,000 crores in Equity market and Rs 51,700 crores in debt market. Compared to this, the Domestic Institutional Investors have invested Rs.1,13,300 crores in the equity market and Rs.3,29,100 crores in the debt market.

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Dear Colleagues I am pleased to attach the Economy / Market Snapshot covering all the major events in November, 2018. Indian market bounced back with a 5% gain in November, 2018. Sensex reclaimed 36,000 levels. Except for Pharma and IT all the sectoral indices went up. Bank Nifty went up by 7%, Auto and FMCG went up by 5% while Pharma lost 5% and IT lost 2%. FII’s came back to the market with Rs.10,700 crores in equity market and Rs.2,100 crores in the debt market. Domestic financial institutions invested in Rs.2,500 crores in the equity market and Rs.48,700 crores in the debt market. On the Global markets front, Dow went up by 2%, Nasdaq by 0.50%, Hang Seng by 6%, Nikkei by 2% while FTSE lost about 2% and Shanghai by 0.50%. After crossing Rs.74, Indian Rupee settled at Rs.69.59 to 1 US $. Gold lost about 5% while Silver lost about 8%. Crude continued its fall and fell by 22% to settle at $59 per barrel. On the Q 3 results front, results from Bank majors like SBI, PNB, Bank of India and IDBI Bank were disappointing. However HDFC, M & M and Ashok Leyland posted better results […] Read more