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4,286 And 14,668 Decisive Levels To Watch - Vishwas Agarwal

BSE SensexToday, the BSE Sensex failed to grasp its former gains and settled at 14,985.70, up 49.93 points, after touching an intraday high of 15,134.53.

While commenting on the current irregular trend, technical analyst, Vishwas Agarwal said that the stock markets are progressively turning susceptible to international markets.

“We are in a directionless market, with restricted upsides but any major global down trend can result in a huge set back,” Mr. Agarwal added.

Market Turns Positive After Negative Start

The 30-share KJMC Capital Market Ltd.index having traded unexciting in the preceding trading hour, is presently trading in the positive zone. The stocks from auto and telecom led the declinations whereas banking stocks gained ground.

Anuj Anandwala, analyst, KJMC Capital Markets, said that improvement might continue on Monday but it will ultimately shrink in the later half. He anticipates banks to trade fine in Monday`s trading session.

Out of the total 2,123 shares traded at the BSE, 1,103 advanced, 971 declined while 49 remained unchanged.

Investors Should Know The Real Meaning Of Volatility - Experts

It was a jerky session on Dalal Street. After a hopeful beginning, the indices came below a session of profit booking and trimmed off the majority of the day’s gains. The Nifty ended flat at 4,620 points after gaining just 1.40 points, whereas the Sensex ended the day at 15,795, up 63 points.

The stock markets closed on a flat note after a quite impulsive session. The boarder markets ended in the red with a weak breadth. In the F&O section, the return was the highest ever at Rs 64,281 crore.

IT, capital goods and IT stocks - Reliance Energy, Satyam, BHEL, NTPC, and HDFC Bank ended the day in the green, ended higher. But, selling pressure was seen in auto, FMCG, and pharma stocks.

IFCI Tops Volume On BSE

Industrial Finance Corporation of IndiaIn early trades, Industrial Finance

Blue Star Warms Up On Brilliant Quarterly Performance

Blue StarBlue Star increased 5.59% to Rs 266.50 in afternoon trades after its net profit zoomed 205.7

ITC Leads Gainers In 'A' Group On BSE

India’s biggest ITC Ltd.cigarette maker, ITC zoomed 8.93% to Rs 165.85 and topped gainers in ‘A’ group shares on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). It gained on speculation that a noteworthy enhancement in cigarette sales may improve the company’s income this year. ITC will declare Q1 June 2007 results on 27 July 2007. The other performers of the day include Mastek, Pidilite Industries, Thermax, Housing Development and Infrastructure.