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Market Wrap: Sensex, Nifty close marginally higher, telecom, pharma stocks lead
BSE Sensex closed 39.80 points higher at 35,483.47, while the Nifty 50 ended 19.30 points up at 10,786.95. Here are the highlights from the markets
Last Modified: Mon, Jun 11 2018. 05 00 PM IST
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- Mumbai: Benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE’s Nifty erased gains in the afternoon trade and closed marginally higher on Monday as investors are cautious ahead of key domestic economic data as well as global events this week. Stocks in Europe and Asia edged higher shrugging off fractious G7 meeting. Moreover, focus shifts to monetary policy review meetings of three major world central banks and historic summit between the leaders of US and North Korea. Meanwhile, domestic investors bought shares worth Rs459.44 crore on net, while foreign investors sold equities to the tune of Rs222.50 crore on Friday, provisional data showed. Here are the highlights from the markets:
- 3.34 pm IST Closing bell: Sensex, Nifty close marginally higherBSE Sensex closed higher by 39.80 points, or 0.11%, to 35,483.47, while the Nifty 50 rose 19.30 points, or 0.18%, to close at 10,786.95. BSE MidCap edged down 0.06%, while SmallCap gained 0.51%.Among the sectoral indices on BSE, telecom, consumer durables and healthcare led the gains, while realty, oil and gas, and metal declined most. Bharti Airtel, Sun Pharma, Dr. Reddy’s Labs and Maruti Suzuki were major gainers, whereas Tata Steel, Power Grid, Coal India and Hero MotoCorp were among the major losers.
- 2.57 pm IST How bad are our public sector banks? Here are some vital statsIn the three years since RBI reviewed public sector banks’ quality of assets, these lenders posted a ₹28,490 crore loss in 2015-16, a paltry profit of ₹474 crore in 2016-17 and a loss of ₹85,371 crore in 2017-18
- 2.30 pm IST European stocks edge higherEurope’s stock markets rose at the start of trade on Monday, but sentiment was jarred after the Group of Seven meeting ended with deep divisions between Washington and its allies. Investors were also on tenterhooks before US President Donald Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and ahead of this week’s European Central Bank and Federal Reserve interest rate decisions.In initial trade, London’s benchmark FTSE 100 index of major blue-chip companies was 0.3% ahead at 7,706.08 points. In the eurozone, Frankfurt’s DAX 30 added 0.4% at 12,816.32 points and the Paris CAC 40 gained 0.2% to 5,459.81, compared with the closing levels on Friday.
- 12.17 pm IST Market update: Sensex, Nifty hold gainsBSE Sensex traded higher by 175.88 points, or 0.50%, to 35,619.55, while the Nifty 50 rose 60 points, or 0.56%, to 10,827.65. BSE MidCap and SmallCap gained 0.62% and 0.94%, respectively.All the sectoral indices on BSE, except utilities, traded higher led by led by telecom (1.75%), consumer durables (1.59%) and healthcare (1.02%). On NSE, Nifty PSU Bank Index rose 1.22%.Bharti Airtel, Dr. Reddy’s Labs, Adani Ports and Sun Pharma were top gainers, whereas Power Grid, Hero MotoCorp, ONGC and Tata Steel were among the major losers.
- 12.13 pm IST Bitcoin, ethereum, ripple prices crash after South Korea hackCryptocurrencies plunged in Asia on Monday after a hack on a South Korean exchange sparked fresh concerns about the safety of the digital units. The firm, which trades more than 50 cryptocurrencies, added that it had frozen all exposed coins—Fundus X, Aston, and Enper—and other units had been taken offline in a “cold wallet”.The news sent cryptocurrencies tumbling, with bitcoin losing about 13%, ethereum down 12% and ripple almost 20% lower as traders fret over the safety of their investments. Read more
- 11.35 am IST Craftsman Automation files for IPOCraftsman Automation Ltd has filed documents for an initial public offering. The IPO comprised of a fresh issue of shares worth up to Rs400 crore by and an offer for sale of up to 4.4 million shares by selling shareholders. The IPO also included reservation of shares worth up to 50 million rupees for subscription by eligible employees.ICICI Securities, IIFL Holdings, SBI Capital Markets are book running lead managers to the IPO. (Reuters)
- 11.23 am IST Inflation likely hit a four-month high in May on oil price surgeIndia’s retail inflation jumped further in May to a four-month high, primarily driven by a surge in energy prices, according to a Reuters poll of economists, suggesting more policy tightening from the central bank is coming.The poll of more than 30 economists taken 4-8 June showed annual consumer price inflation likely increased to 4.83% last month, the highest since January and above April’s 4.58%. Read more
- 10.50 am IST Sun Pharma’s Halol plant resolution could repair more than its financial healthThe resolution of Sun Pharma’s Halol plant could add as much as $100 million in revenues annually
- 10.05 am IST D-mart market cap rises past Rs1 trillionShares of D-mart parent, Avenue Supermarts Ltd, joined the elite club of companies that have seen their market capitalization soar past Rs1 trillion on the exchanges.At 9.50am, the firm saw its market capitalisation touch Rs100,171.80 crore with its shares trading at a record high of Rs1,608.50, up 1% from previous close, showed data from BSE.The stock gained 20% in last three weeks. So far this year it has gained 35%. The script has jumped 373.86% from its offer price of Rs299 since its debut in March 2017.
- 9.35 am IST ICICI Bank shares fall over 1%ICICI Bank Ltd shares declined 1.6% to Rs283.70. Mint reported that the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has powers to impose a penalty but not demand the resignation of ICICI Bank Ltd chief executive Chanda Kochhar if it finds she and the bank did not abide by fair disclosure norms in its ongoing probe. A maximum penalty of Rs25 crore, or three times the ill-gotten gains, can be levied under Sebi rules, but in this case, the quantum of the penalty may be at the discretion of Sebi’s adjudicating officer.
- 9.23 am IST Rupee edges higher against US dollarThe Indian rupee on Monday strengthened marginally against the US dollar in opening trade ahead of key domestic as well as global events this week.At 9.15am, the home currency was trading at 67.43 against the US dollar, up 0.10% from its previous close of 67.51. The currency opened at 67.48 a dollar. The 10-year bond yield stood at 7.972% from its Friday’s close of 7.947%.
- 9.20 am IST Asia stocks trade higherAsia stocks shook off initial modest losses and edged up on Monday ahead of a US-North Korea summit that might ease regional tensions, while investors also started to focus on key central bank meetings later this week. Stocks dipped after US President Donald Trump backed out of a joint Group of Seven communique over the weekend, in a blow to the group’s efforts to show a united front.MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped early but was last up 0.15%. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng gained 0.3%, while the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.5%. South Korea’s KOSPI added 0.4%, and Japan’s Nikkei climbed 0.3%. The S&P 500 futures were down 0.1% after dropping as much as 0.3%.
First Published: Mon, Jun 11 2018. 09 28 AM IST
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