Share Market Highlights: Sensex ends up 995 points, Nifty reclaims 9,300; Axis Bank surges 14%, ICICI Bank jumps 9%

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Updated: May 27, 2020 5:47:45 pm

Share Market News Today | Sensex, Nifty, Share Prices Highlights: Domestic equity market benchmark indices BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 ended Wednesday's trade in the green surging over 3% each.

Share Market Today, Share Market LiveBarring Nifty Pharma and Nifty Media, all the sectoral indices ended with upticks. Nifty Bank index surged 7.28 per cent led by gains in Axis Bank, ICICI Bank

Share Market News Today | Sensex, Nifty, Share Prices Highlights: Domestic equity market benchmarks BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 settled with over 3 per cent gains on Wednesday aided by buying in banks and financial stocks. Sensex ended at 31,605.22, up 995.92 points or 3.25 per cent. While the broader Nifty 50 index finished above 9,300 to close the session at 9,314 gaining 286 points or 3.17 per cent. Out of 30 Sensex stocks, 24 stocks finished trade in positive territory. Axis Bank was the top Sensex gainer with a growth of 13.46 per cent, followed by ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank, Bajaj Finance and Kotak Mahindra Bank. On the contrary, Sun Pharma was the top Sensex laggard, down 1.85 per cent. UltraTech Cement, Titan, Asian Paints, Maruti Suzuki and Power Grid were among other losers on the pack. Barring Nifty Pharma and Nifty Media, all the sectoral indices ended with upticks. Nifty Bank index surged 7.28 per cent led by gains in Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, Bandhan Bank and RBL Bank. While Nifty Pharma index fell 0.21 per cent dragged by losses in Biocon, Sun Pharma and Lupin

India’s fourth recession since independence, the first since liberalisation and perhaps the worst to date, is here, CRISIL said on Tuesday as it predicted the economy to shrink by 5 per cent in the current fiscal because of coronavirus lockdown. “The first quarter (April to June 2020) will suffer a staggering 25 per cent contraction,” it said in its assessment of India’s GDP.

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    15:31 (IST)27 May 2020
    Bank stocks lead the rally

    Indian market was underperforming as compared to the rest of the world due to lack of stimulus for corporates and extension of stringent lockdown. During this, banks were the highest hit due to lack of economic activity, negative credit growth and degrade in asset quality. But easy and big fundraising announced by banks has changed the feeble view, confirming that banks will be able to overcome the situation as economy re-opens: Vinod Nair, Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services

    15:21 (IST)27 May 2020
    Crude oil at biggest discount in over a decade; this is where Indian Oil is still buying oil from

    India’s biggest refiner is sticking to Middle Eastern oil as suppliers offer deep discounts, suggesting rival producers may have a harder time making inroads in the world’s third-largest crude importer. Gulf producers such as Iraq and Saudi Arabia — which together supplied around 40% of India’s oil imports last year — have been offering cargoes at very attractive prices recently, Sanjiv Singh, chairman of Indian Oil Corp., said in an interview.

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    15:15 (IST)27 May 2020
    RIL, which made equities popular, inaugurates new trading venue with biggest ever rights issue

    Reliance Industries Ltd., which popularized equities as an investment in the world’s second-most populous nation, is now the first to test a trading avenue in India with its record $7 billion rights issue. Introduced in January, the trading platform allows shareholders to sell their rights entitlement to others interested in subscribing to the share sale.

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    15:10 (IST)27 May 2020
    With overseas IPO for Jio Platforms, Mukesh Ambani may look to cash in on tech cold war with China

    Is India’s richest man betting on a tech cold war? Petrochemicals czar Mukesh Ambani plans to list his fledgeling digital business overseas, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of Jio Platforms Ltd.’s initial public offering, which is planned for the next 12 to 24 months. Going to the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq would make sense. U.S.-traded Chinese technology firms such as JD.com Inc. and NetEase Inc. are looking for an alternative home closer to the mainland in case tensions between Washington and Beijing escalate, as my colleague Nisha Gopalan wrote this week.

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    15:01 (IST)27 May 2020
    Buy Torrent Pharma | Target Price: Rs 2,605 ~ HDFC Securities

    Torrent’s Q4 Adj. PAT came ahead of expectations driven by higher margins and lower tax. Torrent’s EBITDA margin (27.3% in FY20, +100bps YoY) are best among peers and are further set to expand led by improving MR productivity and price led growth in India business. We expect FCF generation of ~Rs 47bn over next two years to lower net debt/EBITDA to ~0.3x by FY22e from ~1.8x in FY20. We increase our EPS estimates by 4-7% for FY21/22e on account of resilient margins aided by cost control efforts. We revise our TP to Rs2,605 based on 16x EV/EBIDTA based on FY22 estimates.

    ~ HDFC Securities

    14:53 (IST)27 May 2020
    What's fueling the rally in Sensex, Nifty today?

    Very strong recovery in Bank Nifty heavyweights like HDFC Bank & ICICI Bank along with strong rebound in NBFC'S like Bajaj finance have helped markets today. The US economy also opening up has led to more bouyancy in the market rally: Abhijeet Ramachandran, Independent Analyst/ Co-Founder and Trainer at Tips2trade

    14:52 (IST)27 May 2020
    Rupee is likely to find strong cushion at 76.60 mark

    A shift in sentiments is quite visible in the markets which is likely to bode well for the Indian rupee in near term. Risk appetite has returned to the markets and there is lot of optimism as businesses reopen across major economies. As global, as well as domestic equities, forge ahead, rupee is likely to stay well bid. Nevertheless, keeping gains in check are the brewing tensions between the US and China, rise in oil prices and the greenback. Going ahead, rupee is likely to find strong cushion at 76.60 mark, while it would be difficult for the domestic currency to nudge past the level of 74.80: Sugandha Sachdeva VP-Metals, Energy & Currency Research, Religare Broking Ltd

    14:50 (IST)27 May 2020
    What's fueling the rally in Sensex, Nifty today?

    Financials lead the charge, spearheaded by the likes of Axis Bank, ICICI Bank & the HDFC Twins, with 7 out of 10 financial stocks clocking in the highest gains today. The benchmark index Nifty, gained more than 2.5% with advances outnumbering declines by 3:2. Further, positive global cues, indications of relaxation curbs and hopes of early discovery of the COVID-19 vaccine, also provided support to the market. Lastly, ahead of the monthly expiry, market is expected to be volatile and it appears that short squeeze is also at play due to this unexpected but very much welcomed rally: Aamar Deo Singh, Head Advisory, Angel Broking Ltd

    14:38 (IST)27 May 2020
    Banks are pushing the markets led by ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and Bandhan Bank

    Markets are helped with the overnight rally in US markets which rose due to optimism on getting a vaccine introduced for COVID-19 soon, and later by strong European Markets in the afternoon due to expectations of a stimulus plan from the EU. On the domestic front, Banks are pushing the markets led by ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and Bandhan Bank. We saw a bit of short-covering coming in once Nifty crossed 9,200 levels as the bulls came out stronger before expiry tomorrow: Amit Gupta, Cofounder Tradingbells.

    14:31 (IST)27 May 2020
    Rollovers were on the lower side in Auto, Banking & FMCG as per yesterday's closing date

    Normally it is seen that in first couple of days of expiry week maximum rollover takes place. Due to holiday on Monday the positions are getting rolled today. Till yesterday Nifty got rollover of 42% whereas, As Banknifty had completed rollover of only 22%. Whereas, the last six months' average rollover is 71.24% and 70.48% respectively. The same things are happening about future and options stocks also. Rollovers were on the lower side in Auto, Banking & FMCG as per yesterday's closing date. So, the position will be getting rolled today & tomorrow. As May month remained very rangebound and momentum has got curbed (as India Vix suggests) compared to the previous month (April) the positions has increased than normal: Vishal Wagh, Head of Research, Bonanza Portfolio Ltd

    14:03 (IST)27 May 2020
    Brokerage view on Torrent Pharma

    We increase our EPS estimates by 4-7% for FY21/22 and revise our TP to Rs2,605 (from Rs2,405 earlier) based on 16x FY22 EV/EBIDTA. Key risks: Slower growth in Indian formulation market; higher price erosion in US generic market; delay in resolution of OAI at Dahej and WL at Indra facilities: HDFC Securities

    13:57 (IST)27 May 2020
    There is some optimism in the forex market over coronavirus vaccine

    Rupee is trading in a very tight range, and not breaking the psychological level of 76. There is some optimism in the forex market over coronavirus vaccine and foreign inflows pertaining to Bharti Airtel Telecom stake sale, KMB QIP or Reliance Jio but it is getting offset by the escalating US-China trade tensions. Trump has already said that he is preparing against China over his efforts to impose national security on Hong Kong. The global growth is already in doldrums due to COVID-19, worsening relations between these two nations will further hobble growth. Once the hurdle around 76 is taken out expect a rally in USD/INR spot towards 76.40/76.55. Any meaningful downside in spot will be seen only once support around 75.20 is broken: Rahul Gupta, Head of Research- Currency, Emkay Global Financial Services

    13:41 (IST)27 May 2020
    Locust attack may benefit these stocks as agrochemicals usage shoots up; check target prices

    Large swarms of locusts were seen across the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and parts of Maharashtra in the past few days, prompting fear of how bad the agriculture could be hit by such pest attacks. Locusts, one of the most destructive pests in the world have the ability to destroy almost all the vegetation that comes their way, when in a ‘gregarious phase’ traveling in large swarms. Although the current attacks are not expected to cause any immediate damage owing to the lack of standing crop in the summer season, the possibility of repeated attacks does pose a major headache. However, this paves the way for a surge in demand for agrochemicals, prompting a few stocks to gain.

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    13:39 (IST)27 May 2020
    Markets will be torn between two contrasting sentiments

    Certain media reports are mentioning about a likely announcement by the US government with a broad bi-partisan support in the US Congress revoking Hong Kong's special trade status before the weekend. This would ratchet up tensions between the world's largest economies & geo-strategic rivals. It appears that President Trump has realized that his chances of re-election will receive a strong boost if he takes a stridently anti-Chinese government stance. Markets will be torn between two contrasting sentiments. "Opening up of the economy trade" verses "Global trade wars disrupting economic growth & heightened risk aversion trade": Ajay Bodke, CEO & Chief Portfolio Manager (PMS) at Prabhudas Lilladher

    13:36 (IST)27 May 2020
    Sensex, Nifty at day's high; jumps nearly 2%

    BSE Sensex advanced nearly 600 points or 1.95 per cent to trade 31,207.14. While the broader Nifty 50 index was ruling at 9,193, up 163.95 points or 1.82 per cent

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    13:30 (IST)27 May 2020
    5 of the top 6 gainers on Sensex from the BFSI industry

    Led by Axis Bank, five of the top six gainers on BSE Sensex are from the banking and financial services industry. Axis Bank and ICICI Bank jumped 5%, followed by Bajaj Finance, Kotak Mahindra Bank, and HDFC Bank. L&T was the only stock that did not belong to the BFSI industry from the top 6 gainers.

    13:05 (IST)27 May 2020
    COVID-19 here to stay till 2021, aggressive testing needed to curb its spread: Health experts

    Global health experts on Wednesday said novel coronavirus is here to stay for more than a year and called for aggressive testing to prevent its spread. “When the economy is opened up after lockdown, you have to create confidence among people,” Harvard health expert Ashish Jha said.

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    12:50 (IST)27 May 2020
    Birla Corporation share price rockets 40% in two days, cement shares gain as demand picks up

    Cement stocks rallied nearly 20 per cent in Wednesday’s trade as most of the countries eased coronavirus-led lockdown restrictions which is likely to provide a fillip to the construction activity. Birla Corporation share price soared 19.12 per cent to hit day’s high of Rs 580 apiece. The stock has gained nearly 40 per cent in two trading sessions. In less than 15 trading days, Birla Corporation share price has increased to Rs 580 from Rs 372.50. However, the stock hit its 52-week high of Rs 807.60 in February this year, since then Birla Corporation shares have climbed off over 28 per cent. Many brokerages have turned bullish on the stock with a ‘buy’ rating to it and upside of 20 per cent.

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    12:37 (IST)27 May 2020
    TCS ‘work from home’ policy: Only one-fourth of workers to come to office; CEO explains Vision 25×25

    One of India’s largest software companies Tata Consultancy Services has said that by 2025, only one-fourth of its total workforce will be required to come to office for work, as many companies now opt work from home policy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. “Believe that by 2025, only 25% of our associates will need to work out of our facilities at any point of time; every associate will be able to realize their potential without spending more than 25% of their time in a TCS office,” Rajesh Gopinathan, CEO, TCS, said in the FY20 annual report of the company.

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    11:55 (IST)27 May 2020
    Metal stocks continue to climb up amidst a volatile market; top stock picks leading brokerage firms

    For a second-day straight, metal stocks on the bourses were seen surging higher despite the volatility being faced by the benchmark indices. The Nifty Metal index jumped 1.3% with all but three constituents trading in the green, while the S&P BSE Metal index climbed 1%. Metal stocks have been beating the volatility as India’s fourth nation-wide lockdown to control the coronavirus pandemic inches closer to an end and the relaxation in lockdown allowed industrial activity. Exports are also expected to jump as the Chinese economy hints at a speedy recovery. 

     
    11:43 (IST)27 May 2020
    Kotak Mahindra Bank share price jumps 4% ahead of QIP launch; stock surges 20% from March lows

    Kotak Mahindra Bank share price surged over 4 per cent to hit day’s high of Rs 1202.35 apiece on BSE in Wednesday’s volatile trade as the private lender launched a qualified institutional placement (QIP) to raise up to Rs 7,460 crore. Kotak Mahindra Bank shares opened at Rs 1,164.95 and touched an intraday low of Rs 1,163.25 in today’s trade. The stock price has gained over 20 per cent from its March low of Rs 1,000.35, while Kotak Mahindra Bank is still 44.71 per cent down from its 52-week high touched in the second month of the calendar year 2020.

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    11:04 (IST)27 May 2020
    Mukesh Ambani’s youngest son Anant Ambani on board of Jio Platforms; here’s what he said about RIL

    Anant Ambani, the youngest son of Asia’s richest person Mukesh Ambani, has formally joined the group’s digital venture Jio Platforms as an additional director, and this is the first time that Anant Ambani has become a part of his family business. Anant Ambani has been appointed as additional director on the Jio Platforms board, with effect from 16 March 2020. Mukesh Ambani’s youngest son had not been a part of any of Reliance Industries businesses thus far. On the other hand, his elder siblings Akash and Isha Ambani were already on the boards of Reliance Jio Infocomm and Reliance Retail Ventures since 2014, and had also joined the board of Jio Platforms.

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    10:38 (IST)27 May 2020
    Bharti Airtel block deal: Now, Sunil Mittal’s telecom group looks to go debt-free after Mukesh Ambani’s RIL

    Bharti Airtel’s promoter firm Bharti Telecom raised Rs 8,433 crore on Tuesday, selling 2.75% stake in the telecom major to institutional investors through an accelerated book building process in the secondary market. With this the Sunil Bharti Mittal led-Bharti Airtel’s promoters are ostensibly looking to go ‘debt free’, a path similar to the one chosen by Reliance Industries’ Mukesh Ambani. Bharti Airtel share price traded flat on the BSE on Wednesday. After the sale, the promoter group will continue to own 56.23% in the company.

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    10:32 (IST)27 May 2020
    Gold may trade with negative bias today

    Gold futures are down in opening trade after risk appetite increased as major global economies further eased coronavirus-led restrictions. Short term there is no key trigger for gold so that raises the risk of a near-term pullback or prolonged-period of consolidation. Long term trend still is up so buyers might welcome this healthy correction to re-enter at more favourable price levels. The main trend will only change to negative when Spot gold trades below $1683. The minor trend is down and any chances of shifting into positive territory would come when gold trades above 47000 in MCX. Next support for gold comes in vicinity of 45500-45300. Gold may trade with negative bias today: Bhavik Patel, Sr. Technical Research Analyst, Tradebulls Securities

    10:26 (IST)27 May 2020
    RIL, ITC keep Sensex, Nifty under pressure; check what’s keeping investors edgy today

    Headline indices BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 were trading volatile in Wednesday’s session. Both indices opened with upticks but soon gave up all the morning gains and turned negative. Sensex was down 44 points or 0.14 per cent to trade at 30,565, while the broader Nifty 50 index was ruling flat at 9,025. In the 30-share pack Sensex, M&M was the top laggard, down 2.87 per cent at Rs 417 apiece.

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    10:17 (IST)27 May 2020
    For the upside to get activated, we need to cross 9175 convincingly ~ Manish Hathiramani

    The markets have opened on a lackluster note. The opening level was the high of the day and it gave up its gains in a couple of minutes and went into the negative territory within the first 15 minutes of trading. However, it has held yesterday's low which is crucial for the downside to getting activated. That level would be a break of 8980. Should that happen, we can correct another 150-200 points. For the upside to get activated, we need to cross 9175 convincingly.~ Manish Hathiramani, proprietary index trader and technical analyst, Deen Dayal Investments

    10:13 (IST)27 May 2020
    Buy ITC | Target Price: Rs 199 ~ Centrum Broking

    ITC informed that it has signed an exclusive agreement with Sunrise Foods Pvt. Limited (SFPL) into a Share Purchase Agreement (SPA) to acquire 100% of the equity share capital to strengthen its spices portfolio. Further, the company added that the proposed acquisition was aligned with ITC’s strategy to rapidly scale up its FMCG business in a profitable manner. SFPL, a 70 year old brand is primarily engaged in the business of spices under the trademark ‘Sunrise’ with dominant revenue share in West Bengal (80%) and balance in North East. As per an industry expert, India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of spices. According to Spices Board, out of the 109 varieties listed by the ISO, around 75 varieties are produced by India and exported. Notably, spices market in India is valued at Rs850-900bn growing at 4-5% per annum. Interestingly, branded spices account for 18-20% of share with South and West markets forming ~57% of sales, while East forms just 15%. We believe the SFPL acquisition will help ITC expand its play in the spices category. ITC already sells spices under its Aashirvaad brand and is a market leader in regions like AP and Telangana. In line with its strategy, ITC is likely to significantly scale up its Spices business and expand its footprints across the country, in our view. According to us, ITC holds strong sourcing capability due to its backward linkages with farmers, coupled with its national scale distribution, which will complement SFPL’s portfolio to expand presence. We maintain our Buy rating with DCF-based target Price of Rs199.

    ~ Centrum Broking

    10:02 (IST)27 May 2020
    Brokerage view on Reliance Industries

    Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) is India’s largest company with a dominant presence in Refining, Petrochemicals, Telecom and Retail businesses. Telecom business to witness robust growth over next few years due to tariff hikes and shift of subscribers from Vodafone Idea to other telecom players. Buy Reliance Industries at a target price of Rs 1,748, an upside of 22.8 per cent: Angel Broking

    09:52 (IST)27 May 2020
    Coromandel International share price rallies 8%

    Coromandel International share price rallied 8 per cent to hit a 52-week high of Rs 700 on the BSE in Wednesday's trade post company's fourth-quarter earnings.

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    09:49 (IST)27 May 2020
    Rupee is expected to open on a flat note

    The Indian rupee is expected to open on a flat note and trade in a range of 75.50-76.00 levels. Aggravating relations between the world’s two biggest economies could further impact global growth negatively in the coming future. However, in the near term, expectations of foreign inflows pertaining to Kotak Mahindra Bank’s institutional placement, investments in Reliance Industries and Bharti Telecoms stake sale will keep the rupee supported within its range of 75.00 to 76.20: Amit Pabari, MD, CR Forex Advisors

    09:37 (IST)27 May 2020
    Nifty Bank index gains 1%;Kotak Mahindra Bank top gainer

    Nifty Bank index advanced over 1 per cent led by gains in Kotak Mahindra Bank, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and Bandhan Bank

    09:35 (IST)27 May 2020
    Today is the exchange-traded currency derivatives expiry

    Today is the exchange-traded currency derivatives expiry. Month-end exporter selling, MSCI rebalancing related flows, Reliance rights issue related flows, Facebook'- Reliance deal related flows are expected over the next few sessions and this could cap upside in USDINR. However downside too shall be limited as the RBI is likely to absorb the inflows to boost FX Reserves. The rupee is likely to open around 75.58 and trade 75.40-75.80 range: Abhishek Goenka, Founder and CEO, IFA Global

    09:33 (IST)27 May 2020
    Titan Company share price slips over 2.5% in early deals

    Titan Company was top laggard as the company informed the bourses that the lockdown and restrictions imposed on various activities due to COVID -19 pandemic have posed challenges to all the businesses of the company. Titan share price was down 2.59 per cent to Rs 879 apiece on BSE.

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    09:32 (IST)27 May 2020
    Kotak Mahindra Bank gains over 2%

    Kotak Mahindra Bank was the top Sensex gainer as the lender on Tuesday disclosed the floor price for its qualified institutional placement (QIP) at Rs 1,147.75 per share for raising capital by a fresh issue of 6.5 crore shares. Kotak Mahindra Bank share price was up 2.20 per cent to Rs 1177 apiece on BSE.

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    09:30 (IST)27 May 2020
    Sensex, Nifty trade higher in opening deals

    The 30-share Sensex was up 75 points or 0.25 per cent to trade at 30,684, while the broader Nifty 50 index was ruling at 9,052, up 24 points or 0.26 per cent.

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    09:09 (IST)27 May 2020
    Amidst air of discounts, RIL-REs command 7% premium on Day 4

    The de-materialised trading of Reliance Industries Ltd – Rights Entitlement (RIL-RE) continued to draw strong demand on day four on Tuesday with an average premium of more than 7 per cent over the intrinsic value. While oil-to-telecom behemoth RIL’s Rs 53,125 crore mega rights issue opened for subscription by shareholders last week, it became the first issue where eligible shareholders got the rights entitlements (REs) in demat, which could be traded on stock exchanges.

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    08:54 (IST)27 May 2020
    Stocks in focus: RIL, Bharti Airtel, Sun Pharma, Titan, United Spirits among others to remain in news

    Ujjivan Financial Services, Quess Corp, Dabur India, Sun Pharmaceutical, Aditya Birla Fashion, JP Associates, Vaibhav Global, Tata Investment Corporation, United Spirits and JSW Holdings are among 21 companies that slated to announce their March quarter earnings today.

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    08:23 (IST)27 May 2020
    Trends on SGX Nifty suggest flat opening for Nifty

    Nifty may open flattish as the Singapore Nifty suggest. Nifty may move as per the rollover and it has a normal tendency to decouple from the global market in expiry week. It will get in tandem with the global market post expiry. COVID-19 has started showing impacts on results. The major logistic player has faced losses of 30.57 crores in the March quarter. On other sites, Deepak Nitrite has reported a 88% increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 172.3 crore for the same quarter. Kotak bank has launched with QIB of 7500 crores with a floor price of 1147.75: Vishal Wagh, Head of Research, Bonanza Portfolio Ltd

    08:16 (IST)27 May 2020
    We feel the upcoming derivatives expiry will keep the participants on their toes

    It’s a short week and the focus would remain on the earnings announcements. We feel the upcoming derivatives expiry will keep the participants on their toes. We reiterate our cautious view and suggest keeping a close watch on the banking index for cues. Nifty should see a decisive break from the prevailing range of 9000-9200 for any directional move: Ajit Mishra, VP - Research, Religare Broking Ltd

    08:14 (IST)27 May 2020
    Market will continue to closely monitor the quarterly results, development around coronavirus cases and vaccines

    In the near term, market would continue to focus on quarterly results which has been disappointing so far. The economic impact of COVID-19 is expected to wipe out FY21E earnings growth while the two months of economic lockdown has already taken a toll on corporate balance sheets. Amidst this gloomy backdrop, gradual opening up of the economy provides a silver lining. Thus, we believe the interplay of health and economic crisis would hold the key to markets in the near term. Market will continue to closely monitor the quarterly results, development around coronavirus cases and vaccines, and any announcements related to further stimulus globally: Siddhartha Khemka, Head - Retail Research, Motilal Oswal Financial Services Ltd

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