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Sensex, Nifty heading higher or bears to dominate again? 6 things to know before opening bell today

Equity markets throughout Europe have been displaying indicators of weak spot with all main stock markets ending deep in crimson.

Sensex and Nifty 50 witnessed massacre yesterday with fairness markets tanking over 2% as a worldwide sell-off erased all good points made to date this month. On Monday, Dow Jones slipped over 500 factors, FTSE 100 was down 3.38%. Analysts say that weaker international cues acted as a catalyst for home markets, and will proceed to hold Sensex and Nifty 50 below stress. European nations are fearing a second wave of the coronavirus, with the United Kingdom saying that the nation is at a vital level. Domestically, solely three of the 30 constituents on Sensex ended with good points on Monday, relaxation all have been within the crimson.

Global cues: On Monday, Dow Jones plunged 509 factors and NASDAQ was additionally down within the crimson together with S&P 500. FTSE 100 tanked 3.38% however it was not as unhealthy as DAX of Germany which was down 4.37%. Equity markets throughout Europe have been displaying indicators of weak spot with all main stock markets ending deep in crimson. HSBC Holdings Plc fell to the bottom since 1995.  SGX Nifty, on Tuesday morning, was up 30 factors.



FII and DII watch: Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) offered shares value Rs 539 crore on Monday as fairness markets took a beating, Domestic Institutional Investors (DII) adopted shut with promoting of Rs 518 crore value shares.

Global banks shady enterprise: Banking shares in Europe have been additionally affected by the unraveling of investigative stories. “European bank shares dropped following a story by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on lapses in suspicious activity reports by large Banks including JP Morgan, Standard Chartered, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, BNY Mellon,” stated Deepak Jasani, Head of Retail Research, HDFC Securities.

IPO watch: Yesterday Dalal Street noticed the opening of two preliminary public choices (IPO), Computer Age Management Services (CAMS) and Chemcon Speciality Chemicals Limited. The larger of the 2, CAMS, was subscribed 82% at closing yesterday with retail buyers oversubscribing their portion. Chemcon, nonetheless, was oversubscribed in lower than three hours. At market closing the difficulty was subscribed 5.19 occasions with retail and NIIs oversubscribing their quota. Today, new age brokerage agency Angel Broking’s IPO will open for subscription.

Bulk and Block offers: Shares of the debutant Route Mobile have been picked up by Goldman Sachs India Fund, Goldman Sachs Trust Emerging Markets Equity Fund, GS FDS Sicav  GS Global, and Kuwait Investment Authority via bulk offers. Vanguard Group continued shopping for fairness, this time selecting up Deepak Nitrite and Tata Motors – DVR peculiar.

Outlook: “On Tuesday we expect the Indian market to remain under pressure. On the charts Nifty 50 index has changed its trading range, 11300 which was earlier support levels for the index will now act as resistance. The Nifty 50 index could fall to 11000 or 10900 levels if it breaks 11150. Our advice is to reduce weak long positions if Nifty bounces to 11300/11330 levels,” stated Shrikant Chouhan, Executive Vice President, Equity Technical Research at Kotak Securities.

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