Market Mood: This Morning 15/01/09

Last Updated: Thu, Jan 15, 2009 04:24 hrs

Market Mood: This Morning 15/01/09

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1) Market Outlook

2) Sector Watch

3) Scrip Watch

4) Macro and Market Factors

5) Flashback

6) Global Market

Market Outlook

The market is expected to open with a negative gap due to weak global sentiment. Though buying at lower levels is likely, the market may find it difficult to sustain at higher levels. Inflation data will have an impact on price movements for a while. The session is likely to be quite volatile.

Sector Watch

Realty, capital goods and bank stocks are likely to have a tough time. Information technology stocks may attract profit taking after recent gains. However, a fair amount of buying at lower levels is not ruled out. Metal stocks too are likely to drift lower on profit taking.

Scrip Watch

TCS, Power Finance Corporation, Bajaj Financial Services, GTL, Bongaigaon Refinery, Rallis, Hindustan Oil Exploration, IndusInd Bank, Maharashtra Scooters, JK Lakshmi and Infotech Enterprises will announce their quarterly results today.

Unitech will be in focus on reports that the company is in talks with banks to raise an estimated Rs 900 crore loan over the next few days as it needs to repay an existing debt of Rs 1,100 crore in the current month.

Alembic may edge up following an announcement from the company that it has received an approval for a new drug, Lithium Carbonate from USFDA.
The generic drug Lithium Carbonate Capsules will be available in the strengths of 150 mg, 300 mg and 600 mg.

NIIT Technologies may experience a choppy session today. The company has reported a fall of 52% in its consolidated net profit in the quarter ended 31 December 2008.

Macro and Market Factors

The Wall Street closed with heavy losses yesterday as weak economic data and concerns over declining profits triggered a sell-off. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq composite index went down by around 250 points and 27 points respectively.

And the fall is highly pronounced on the Asian bourses today. A sharp fall in Japanese machinery orders is among the major factors that have contributed to the decline this morning. Back home, quarterly results will have a say in the market's direction. The inflation data will be eyed.

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Global Market

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New York : US stocks fell to six-week lows on Wednesday on worries about steeper losses at banks worldwide and as US retail sales data pointed to a deepening recession. >>more


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