TECHNICAL TREND ( NIFTY – BANK NIFTY FUTURES )
NIFTY FIFTY : The Market has opened in a cautious note on Monday the 50 shares Nifty down by 68 points or 0.83 percent at 8102. After the few day of Euphoric rise in the market. The Investors has Surrender due to fear over the Fed Policy and Brexit vote from European Union on 23 June. Although the Bank of Japan & Federal Reserve kept unchanged the interest rate for the fourth time in its Policy meet as the most participants of the Market were expecting no changes . Not once did the market entered the green territory as investors reacted to the poor industrial production data for April, which fell 0.8 per cent for the first time in three months also influence the market. Now the uncertainty about the Britain Exit from European union due to death of Britain law maker and monsoon will lead the market ahead. The Nifty is facing the Stiff resistance around 8250-8300 break above 8300 will lead the Nifty toward 8450-8500 in near term. The crucial levels for Nifty is 8050-8100 down side and 8250-8300 is upside for upcoming week.
BANK NIFTY : – The Bank Nifty is opened in a negative territory on Monday down by 208 points or 1.17 per cent at 17620. The cabinet has approved the takeover of State Bank of India on its several subsidiaries. The Reserve Bank of India has thrown a lifeline for over leveraged companies and banks to put an end to future bad loans by permitting capital restructuring which would see banks taking equity in companies. The credit rating agency ‘Icra ’ said the Reserve Bank of India new debt recast policy is a positive turnaround for the Banks, it will helps to the Banks to decrease the Net-Performing Assets by 30-100 points. The Bank Nifty Technically seem range bound for Next week. The Crucial levels for Bank Nifty 17450-17600 down side and 17880-18160 is Up side.
NSE – WEEKLY NEWS LETTERS
✍ TOP NEWS OF THE WEEK
FDI inflows in 2016-17 to be higher than 15.3% in 2015-16: Economic Affairs Sec – FDI inflows in the current fiscal will top 15.3 per cent rise in 2015-16 on the back of reforms and liberalisation of FDI norms, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said today. Stating that the current account deficit at 1.1 per cent of GDP is a “robust macro economic indicator”, Das said efforts will continue on the reforms front.”Net FDI inflow rose by 15.3 per cent in 2015-16 over the previous year. Should be more this year due to full-year impact of FD “Net FDI inflow rose by 15.3 per cent in 2015-16 over the previous year. Should be more this year due to full-year impact of FDI liberalisation in November 2015,” Das tweeted.For the full year, CAD stood at $22.1 billion About 1.1 per cent of GDP as against $26.9 billion 1.8 per cent in 2014-15.
India’s CA deficit may widen to 1.4 per cent of GDP in FY17: Nomura – India’s current account deficit is likely to widen to 1.4 per cent of GDP in the current fiscal from an estimated 0.9 per cent in 2015-16, says a Nomura report. According to the Japanese financial services major, the global demand recovery is likely to stay sluggish but imports are expected to rise towards end of this year, following which the country’s trade deficit is expected to widen. In our base case, we expect the global demand recovery to stay sluggish but imports to rise towards end-2016. As a result, we expect the current account deficit to widen to 1.4 per cent of GDP in FY17 from an estimated 0.9 per cent in FY16,” Nomura said in a research note.
Government says closely monitoring possible fallout of Brexit – Government is keeping a watch on the global risk factors to the economy including Brexit, turmoil in the Middle East and spike in oil prices in the international market, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said today.”There are a number of risk factors that we routinely consider. We discussed, for example, what will happen with oil prices and turmoil in the Middle East. We discussed Brexit as well, along with the risk factors that India has,” he told reporters on the sidelines of the Rajasva Gyan Sangam. On June 23, UK will vote on whether to remain in the 28-nation European Union or to leave. Britain’s exit from the EU, or Brexit, is being debated globally as it could have implications for the international financial market and exchange rates.
Role of monsoon in reviving rural economy not significant: UBS – Forecast of above-normal monsoon this year has rekindled hopes of a rural recovery, but its role in doing so is not that “significant”, says a UBS report, thus striking a contrarian tone to the mainstream idea. According to the Swiss financial services firm, sentiment plays a role and can help rural spending “though not necessarily backed by a sharp improvement in rural incomes”. “Agri GDP comprises 15 per cent of India’s GDP and 40 per cent of rural economy. Our analysis implies that around 20 per cent of Agri GDP is directly dependent on monsoons. Thus, the direct role of monsoon overall appears insignificant,” UBS said in a research note.
22 per cent rain deficiency due to slow-progress of south-west monsoon – India’s monsoon deficit has widened to 25% since the beginning of this month as rainfall in the past day was less than half of the normal level, increasing the anxiety of farmers although forecasters say that heavy showers are just a few days away. Weather scientists say total rainfall is well below average, primarily because of the monsoon hit peninsular India a week late and has not progressed smoothly after that. Rainfall in the past day was 52% below normal with central India, which should have been covered by the monsoon by now, getting barely 10% of the rainfall it normally receives at this time.
‘ Buy one get one Free ’ deal to soon lose charm, GST may apply to free articles – The popular ‘buy one get one free’ deals stand to lose some of their charm as the proposed goods and services tax may apply to free articles given away with those purchased. As per Section 3 of the model GST law that the government has unveiled for stakeholder comments, supplies specified in Schedule I, made without a consideration, are also liable to GST. This means that the buyer will have to pay GST on the article that comes free, said tax experts, confirming that the provision will impact the popular sales.They called for clarity on the issue as the wider implication is that even free samples given by way of business promotion could attract GST.”Any form of direct or indirect GST on free supplies could have a significant impact on the sales & marketing spend of companies, specifically those dealing in consumer products,” said Pratik Jain, National Indirect Tax leader at PwC.
Listing of PSU insurers to happen one-by-one: DEA Secretary Shaktikanta Das – The process of listing of four public sector general insurance companies will begin one by one and “lot of action” is expected on the front in next few months, a top official said today.”In the last Budget, government has announced listing of various public sector insurance companies and that is work in progress.”We expect that the process of listing of the insurance companies will begin one-by-one. Modalities are being worked out and I think we should see lot of action on that front in the next few months,” Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said at the Economic Times ‘BFSI Best Brands’ Summit.
India’s current account deficit narrows to $300 million, lowest level in 7 years – India’s current account deficit narrowed to its lowest level in seven years in the quarter ended March, mainly due to lower trade gap as both exports and imports fell. Reserve Bank of India data released on Thursday showed that the current account deficit — difference between the value of all imports, including goods, services and investment incomes, and the value of all exports — had shrunk to $300 million in the fourth quarter of 2015-16, down from $700 million a year a year earlier and sharply lower from $7.1 billion recorded in the previous quarter.
✍ TOP ECONOMY NEWS
Industrial output growth in the country disappointed at -0.8% in April 2016, pulled down by the manufacturing sector, which contracted by 3.1% over the same month in 2015.
India’s foreign exchange reserves hit a record high at USD 363.46 billion for the week ended June 3, mostly due to the central bank taking delivery of its forward-dollar contracts and dollar buying in spot foreign exchange markets.
The power regulator has allowed power plants owned by central and state power utilities to swap coal for its efficient usage and reduction of transportation charges, a move that will lead to lowering of electricity tariffs.
Centre’s indirect tax mop-up rose by 33% in May likely led by high excise collections, signaling a pick-up in economic activity.
Reserve Bank has cancelled registration of three NBFCs including Escorts Finance, Express Trading & Securities and Jayant Security & Fin.
Consumer Price Index for May 2016, rose to 5.76% — the highest in at least 17 months — compared with 5.39% in April 2016 and 5.01% in May 2015.
Cochin Shipyard in consortium with Global United Shipping India have proposed a joint bid to build-own-operate six new LNG vessels for GAIL, making it the very first Indian bid for the country’s biggest shipping tender.
The Finance Ministry has set up a working group to examine the consequential issues arising out of recent amendments to the India-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement.
The Wholesale Price Index rose 0.79% in May, after rising 0.34% in April 2016 and coming in at -2.20% during the corresponding month of the previous year.
Concerned over ‘wilful violation of its drug pricing control rules, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority has slapped show-cause notices on ten top drugmakers for failing to register their products on its online database and submit the mandatory disclosures.
India recorded a 10-year low in investments in public-private sector in 2015, adding to contraction that pulled down the global investment to below its five-year average of USD 124 billion.
Petrol price was marginally hiked by 5p/l and diesel by Rs. 1.26/l, the fourth increase in rates in six weeks.
Reserve Bank’s new debt recast norms are credit positive for banks and will help in reducing the gross non-performing asset levels by 30-100 basis points after one year.
The Ministry for New & Renewable Energy, launched a scheme for setting up 1,000 MW of wind power projects connected to the transmission network of Central Transmission Utility to provide wind power to non-windy states at a price discovered through a transparent bidding process.
The Union Cabinet cleared the Civil Aviation Policy, which is set to open door to a number of passenger-friendly measures including capping of airfares at Rs. 2,500 for an hour-long flight.
✍ TOP CORPORATE NEWS –
Reliance Communications Limited is geared up for the launch of its 4G services across the country starting mid-August, as per reports. 4G services would be initially launched in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata gradually spreading throughout India considering the spectrum sharing agreement with Reliance Jio, according to reports.
Tata Power arm signs Share Purchase Agreement to acquire Welspun Renewables Energy Private Limited. Tata Power’s Generation Capacity to cross 10,000 MW reinforcing its position as India’s largest integrated power company. Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited’s renewable assets portfolio grows to about 2,300 MW making it the largest Renewable Power Company in India.
Tata Consultancy Services announced a global partnership with Randstad Global IT Solutions, to design and deploy one of the world’s largest end-to- end public cloud marketplaces for IT infrastructure services. Randstad, as part of its IT transformation strategy, is keen to improve its current IT Infrastructure operations through assets and vendor optimization, process standardization , automation and deriving economies of scale.
Tata Power Renewable Energy , subsidiary of Tata Power, has acquired 1,140MW solar and wind power assets of Welspun Energy Pvt.
Dr Reddy’s Labs has inked a pact with Teva Pharmaceutical and an affiliate of Allergan Plc to buy a portfolio of eight abbreviated new drug applications in the US for USD 350 million around Rs. 23 billion in cash.
Vedanta is planning to acquire coal mines via auctions as the mining conglomerate seeks to ensure fuel security for its energy guzzling aluminium plants.
Coffee Day Enterprises, said its subsidiary Sical Logistics plans to raise Rs. 1 billion through issuance of non-convertible debentures on a private placement basis.
Premier Explosives has bagged an order worth Rs. 730 million for the supply of explosives and accessories for use in blasting works for overburden removal work at all the open cast projects of Singareni Collieries Co.
Fortis Healthcare said its subsidiary has received an order from the Directorate General of Health Services to deposit Rs. 5.03 billion for non-compliance of conditions of land allotment lease.
Amtek Auto is close to selling its profitable German unit, Tekfor, for about USD700 million Rs 46.90 billion to an foreign buyer in a bid to reduce its debt.
Coal India Limited two subsidiaries Mahanadi Coalfields and Northern Coalfields will buyback total shares worth around Rs19.78bn from their shareholders.
NTPC Limited has traded surplus power from its four thermal power stations, including Vidhyanchal and Unchahar, at the Indian Energy Exchange.
International Finance Corp has emerged as the top contender to buy around 15% in IDBI Bank, even as talks have been held with at least three other players-GIC of Singapore, ADB and CDC.
In 2015-16, ONGC’s exploration cost write-off was Rs. 57 billion, sharply lower from Rs. 108.70 billion in FY15, Rs78.43bn in FY14, and Rs100.88bn in FY13.
An Adani Group company has won the project to set up a 100MW solar power unit in Chhattisgarh, in an auction where none of the bidders quoted below the reserve price.
ABB India Limited has commissioned five sub-stations to integrate 648MW solar project at Kamuthi in Tamil Nadu to the national transmission grid.
Jet Airways has announced its move to operate new daily services from Hyderabad to Dammam and from Mangaluru to Sharjah from August 7.
Siemens Limited has won an order worth around Rs. 780 million from the Power Grid Corp for engg, procurement and construction project at Bhuj in Gujarat.
Havells India will increase its stake in Bangalore-based Promptec Renewable Energy Solutions up to 70% for an undisclosed sum.
Amara Raja Batteries has drawn up plans to increase its batteries manufacturing capacity for supply to two and four wheelers, both original equipment manufacturers and after-market.
Maruti Suzuki Limited resumed production at its Manesar unit and is working at more than 90% capacity to make up for the loss.
Kerala government has promised all support to Kochi Port in resolving the pipeline issues of the Petronet LNG Terminal.
Ajanta Pharma announced the launch of anti-dementia Memantine Hydrochloride tablets in the US market.
IVRCL has allotted 0.65mn shares to Bank of Nova Scotia as part of a strategic debt restructuring.
Bharti Airtel and Singapore Telecommunications have combined resources into one network to form one of the largest Internet Protocol Virtual Private Networks globally to deliver high-speed, secure data network coverage to enterprise customers in Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the US.
Blackstone Group, GIC of Singapore and Brookfield Asset Management have fired slightly over USD 1 billion separate bids to acquire a 40% stake in DLF commercial property unit that owns rent-yielding assets.
Suven Life Sciences was granted one product patent from Canada and one product patent from Hong Kong corresponding to the new chemical entities for the treatment of disorders associated with neurodegenerative diseases and were valid through 2032 and 2030 respectively.
BHEL Limited has commissioned another 195MW unit at Muzaffarpur thermal power station in Bihar.
Bharti Infratel will buy back 47 million shares for Rs. 425 each in a deal valued at Rs. 20 billion, in a bid to return surplus funds back to shareholders.
A court has ordered initiation of proceedings against Unitech Ltd and its top bosses in a case of alleged cheating lodged by an investor for not giving him possession of a flat booked in 2006 in Greater Noida.
SBC, offloaded over 2.6 million shares of Reliance Infrastructure for an estimated Rs. 1.44 billion through an open market transaction.
✍ TOP BANKING AND FINANCIAL NEWS OF THE WEEK
India’s largest bank, State Bank of India and MasterCard announced pilot launch of a distribution alliance with travel prepaid cards distributor Centrum. This partnership will aid the distribution strength of the Bank for it’s multicurrency prepaid card and will largely target the corporate customers of the bank.
Reserve Bank of India new debt recast norms are credit positive for banks and will help in reducing the gross non-performing asset levels by 30-100 basis points after one year, report. “Implementation of the guidelines would help bridge the gap between the actual expected losses and provisioning cover, therefore it would be a credit positive,” domestic rating agency Icra said in a report here.
Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the takeover by State Bank of India of several subsidiaries, a government official said, in a first move to consolidate the country’s struggling public sector banks. As earlier proposed, SBI was to take over five units that had been run at arms-length, as well as state-run Bharatiya Mahila Bank, a bank for women set up in 2013
State Bank of India is set to launch civil proceedings against promoters of defaulting companies hoodwinking banks, as the nation’s largest lender steps up efforts to clean up its books. This will allow it to approach civil courts seeking the arrest of errant borrowers.
The Reserve Bank of India has thrown a lifeline for overleveraged companies and banks to put an end to future bad loans by permitting capital restructuring which would see banks taking equity in companies. But the plan comes with a lot of riders that limit scope for promoters gaming the system, and banks don’t sweep doubtful loans under the carpet.
In a big step towards resolution of bad loans, Indian banks, Reserve Bank of India and the union finance ministry are discussing setting up two special funds to resurrect troubled investments through equity infusion or more debt funds. The two funds proposed are Stressed Assets Equity Fund and Stressed Assets Lending Fund.
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