Friday, November 24, 2017

Market Pulse
Today the S&P BSE Mid-Cap index rose 0.33%. The S&P BSE Small-Cap index advanced 0.37%. Both these indices outperformed the Sensex. The Sensex is now trading at  33,689.44 up 101.36  points (+0.30%) and Nifty is now at 10,387.20 up 38.45 points (+0.37%).

The breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, was strong, till writing this report. On BSE, 976 shares rose and 448 shares declined. A total of 50 shares were unchanged.

Reliance Industries gained 0.89% after Reliance Marcellus II, LLC, a subsidiary of Reliance Holding USA, Inc., and Reliance Industries announced the closing of recently announced sale of its interest in certain upstream assets; which were operated by Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc to BKV Chelsea LLC, an affiliate of Kalnin Ventures.

On the macro front, the Government of India promulgated yesterday, 23 November 2017, the ordinance to amend the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (the Code). Earlier the President of India had given his assent to the ordinance to amend the code.

The ordinance aims at putting in place safeguards to prevent unscrupulous, undesirable persons from misusing or vitiating the provisions of the code. The amendments aim to keep-out such persons who have wilfully defaulted, are associated with non-performing assets, or are habitually non-compliant and, therefore, are likely to be a risk to successful resolution of insolvency of a company.

In addition to putting in place restrictions for such persons to participate in the resolution or liquidation process, the amendment also provides such check by specifying that the committee of creditors ensure the viability and feasibility of the resolution plan before approving it. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has also been given additional powers.

Overseas, Asian stocks were mixed while investors viewed Chinese shares with caution after their big fall the previous day. Japanese manufacturing activity expanded at the fastest pace in more than three years in November, a preliminary survey showed. The Markit/Nikkei Japan Manufacturing flash Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose to 53.8 in November on a seasonally adjusted basis from a final reading of 52.8 in October.

US stock markets remained closed yesterday, 23 November 2017 on account of Thanksgiving holiday.

#The 1st target of A2Z Infrastructure Ltd has been reached as the stock touched Rs.41.40, intraday. Those who have not booked intra-day profit yesterday, are suggested to book some profit and keep holding the rest with a SL of Rs.37, for the next target of Rs.42.

#Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd recommended some days back around Rs..14.45, is up ~2% today and is now trading at around Rs.15. The investors are suggested to accumulate the scrip on all declines.

#BF Utility Ltd (Rs.521.40) which was recommended around Rs.129--130, fell from around Rs.149 yesterday, after profit booking was suggested in the counter. The investors are suggested to hold the stock with a SL of Rs.111.

#TVS Motors (CMP: Rs.740) was recommended to buy on declines at around Rs.731-732 with a target of Rs.746-752. It reached Rs.730.50 intra-day, after recommendation. Hope you have entered the scrip. Yesterday Full Intraday profit at Rs.737.40 was suggested. The stock touched an intraday high of Rs.743.95 today, which is very near the short term target of Rs.746. The investors can hold the scrip with appropriate stop losses, if they are not willing to book profit at the current market price; however raise the SL to Rs.737 today.

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Today's Calls:
1. Buy Suzlon Energy Ltd at around Rs.13.90 - 14, for targets of Rs.17-17.5, in the short term. U.S. crude hit a two-year high in thin trade on Thursday as the shutdown of a major crude pipeline from Canada and a draw on fuel inventories pointed to a tightening market, despite rising output from U.S. producers. This is likely to give an upward kick to all the energy stocks in the near term.
Suzlon Energy, promoted by Tulsi Tanti, is a fully integrated wind power solutions provider. It provides services such as wind resource mapping, land and infrastructure development, creation of power evacuation facilities, component manufacturing, and wind turbine installation in both domestic and international markets.

Suzlon Energy also undertakes the manufacturing and machining of large forging and casting products through its various subsidiaries.

Suzlon Energy entered a corporate debt restructuring (CDR) exercise in 2013 after defaulting on foreign currency convertible debt (FCCB) repayments in 2012 as overall debt peaked close to Rs12,000 crore. The firm had debt of Rs6,198 crore in FY17.

The company has since then tried to cut debt by monetizing assets. In 2015, Suzlon sold its German subsidiary REpower Systems (now known as Senvion) to US private equity firm Centrebridge for Euro 1 billion (about Rs7,000 crore). The sale was followed by an investment of Rs1,800 crore in Suzlon Energy by Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd chairman Dilip Shanghvi and his family for a 23% stake. According to recent report by credit rating agency Care Ratings, the financial position of Suzlon Energy has improved.

2.  Intraday SELL NIIT Tech at around Rs.662, SL: Rs.668,  T: Rs.655-650.

3. Buy (T+2) Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd at around Rs.429, SL: Rs.418, T: Rs.445.

4. Intraday SHORT NICKEL at around Rs.777, SL above Rs.787, T: Rs.765.

~~ with inputs from Capital Market - Live News
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