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FIIs were net buyers of Rs 5008.59 crore in index futures and options segments on May 23
24 May 09:35

According to the data released by the NSE, the Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) were net buyers of Rs 5008.59 crore in index futures and options segments, as per Thursday’s data, May 23.FIIs were net sellers of index futures to the tune of Rs 1413.63 crore and net buyers of index options worth Rs 6422.23 crore. In the stock segment, FII’s were net sellers of stock futures worth Rs 372.36 crore and they bought stock options worth Rs 133.76 crore.

F&O total turnover stood at Rs 25,81,257.90 crore on May 23
24 May 09:34

Futures & Options (F&O) total turnover stood at Rs 25,81,257.90 crore on May 23 and the total number of contracts traded on the day were 3,66,71,127. Of the total turnover, Index Futures contributed Rs 61,158.68 crore, Stock Futures Rs 81,720.17 crore and Index Options Rs 23,59,642.87 crore, while the contribution of the Stock Options was of Rs 78,736.18 crore.For the day, the total F&O Put Call ratio stood 0.85, while Index Options Put Call ratio was 0.86 and that of Stock Options was 0.53. The top five scrips with highest PCR on OI were Shree Cement (4.00), Page India (2.25), Mindtree (1.38), Bosch (1.28) and Titan (1.26).Among most active underlying, State Bank of India witnessed an addition of 1.89 million units of Open Interest in the April month futures contract, followed by Reliance Industries witnessing an addition of 0.08 million units of Open Interest in the April month contract, ICICI Bank witnessed an addition of 2.79 million units of Open Interest in the April month contract, HDFC Bank witnessed an addition of 0.89 million units of Open Interest in the April month contract and IndusInd Bank witnessed a contraction of 0.004 million units of Open Interest in the April month future contract.

Nifty April 2019 futures close at a premium of 35.35 points over spot closing
23 May 17:37

Nifty April 2019 futures closed at 11692.40 on Thursday, at a premium of 35.35 points over spot closing of 11657.05, while Nifty May 2019 futures ended at 11729.55, at a premium of 72.50 points over spot closing. Nifty April futures saw a contraction of 0.32 million (mn) units, taking the total outstanding open interest (OI) to 17.34 mn units. The near month derivatives contract will expire on April 25, 2019. From the most active contracts, Yes Bank April 2019 futures traded at a discount of 0.30 points at 140.00 compared with spot closing of 140.30. The numbers of contracts traded were 68,231. ICICI Bank April 2019 futures traded at a discount of 0.50 points at 411.00 compared with spot closing of 411.50. The numbers of contracts traded were 60,635. Reliance Industries April 2019 futures traded at a premium of 2.50 points at 1338.50 compared with spot closing of 1336.00. The numbers of contracts traded were 58,864. State Bank of India April 2019 futures traded at a premium of 1.10 points at 343.30 compared with spot closing of 342.20. The numbers of contracts traded were 53,812. IndusInd Bank April 2019 futures traded at a premium of 4.05 points at 1601.95 compared with spot closing of 1597.90. The numbers of contracts traded were 48,832.  

Nifty end in red as traders book profit at record high
23 May 17:15

Selloff in the last leg of trade dragged Nifty below its crucial 11,700 mark as investors booked profits towards the fag-end of the session. Initially, the Indian benchmark made a strong opening, as investors cheered the Lok Sabha election results which showed that Narendra Modi government likely return to power. Traders also took encouragement with report that the finance ministry has prepared 100-day agenda for the new government with an aim to push the economy which has slipped to 6.6% in the third quarter of 2018-19, as the Lok Sabha election process coming to an end. Among other things, the agenda is likely to focus on increasing private investment, employment generation and giving relief to the farm sector. Buying further crept in with India Inc. expressing hope that a stable government at the centre will boost growth in the country and lead to higher foreign fund inflows as trends pointed to BJP and allies returning to power with a thumping majority.However, the index succumbed to profit booking towards last leg of the session, as traders turned caution with a private report stating that the value of merger and acquisition deals announced in April stood at $735 million (over Rs 5,100 crore), a decline of 96 per cent from the year-ago period. According to a report, in April last year, the total M&A deal value stood at $19,142 million. Sentiment on the street weakened with another private report indicating that foreign direct investment (FDI) in India has been declining, even though recent US-China trade tensions and the increasing working population should ideally make the world`s fastest-growing economy attractive for investors. This could be because of investors` pre-election nerves and also because of recent protectionist measures taken up by India.All sectoral indices ended in red on NSE except Media and Realty. The top gainers from the F&O segment were Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone, Dish TV and Bharat Financial Inclusion. On the other hand, the top losers were Reliance Infrastructure, Vedanta and Allahabad Bank. In the index option segment, maximum OI continues to be seen in the 12,400-12,600 calls and 10,800-11,200 puts indicating this is the trading range expectation.India Volatility Index (VIX), a gauge for market’s short term expectation of volatility decreased by 29.77% and reached 19.40. The 50-share Nifty was down by 80.85 points or 0.69% to settle at 11,657.05.Nifty April 2019 futures closed at 11692.40 on Thursday, at a premium of 35.35 points over spot closing of 11657.05, while Nifty May 2019 futures ended at 11729.55, at a premium of 72.50 points over spot closing. Nifty April futures saw a contraction of 0.32 million (mn) units, taking the total outstanding open interest (OI) to 17.34 mn units. The near month derivatives contract will expire on April 25, 2019. From the most active contracts, Yes Bank April 2019 futures traded at a discount of 0.30 points at 140.00 compared with spot closing of 140.30. The numbers of contracts traded were 68,231. ICICI Bank April 2019 futures traded at a discount of 0.50 points at 411.00 compared with spot closing of 411.50. The numbers of contracts traded were 60,635. Reliance Industries April 2019 futures traded at a premium of 2.50 points at 1338.50 compared with spot closing of 1336.00. The numbers of contracts traded were 58,864. State Bank of India April 2019 futures traded at a premium of 1.10 points at 343.30 compared with spot closing of 342.20. The numbers of contracts traded were 53,812. IndusInd Bank April 2019 futures traded at a premium of 4.05 points at 1601.95 compared with spot closing of 1597.90. The numbers of contracts traded were 48,832.Among Nifty calls, 12,000 SP from the May month expiry was the most active call with an addition of 0.99 million open interests. Among Nifty puts, 11,700 from the May month expiry was the most active put with a contraction of 0.07 million open interests. The maximum OI outstanding for Calls was at 12,500 SP (5.73 mn) and that for Puts was at 11,000 SP (3.83 mn). The respective Support and Resistance levels of Nifty are: Resistance 11,927.30 ---- Pivot Point 11,770.90 --- Support --- 11,500.65.The Nifty Put Call Ratio (PCR) finally stood at 0.63 for May month contract. The top five scrips with highest PCR on OI were Shree Cement (4.00), Page India (2.25), Mindtree (1.38), Bosch (1.28) and Titan (1.26).Among most active underlying, State Bank of India witnessed an addition of 1.89 million units of Open Interest in the April month futures contract, followed by Reliance Industries witnessing an addition of 0.08 million units of Open Interest in the April month contract, ICICI Bank witnessed an addition of 2.79 million units of Open Interest in the April month contract, HDFC Bank witnessed an addition of 0.89 million units of Open Interest in the April month contract and IndusInd Bank witnessed a contraction of 0.004 million units of Open Interest in the April month future contract. 

FIIs were net sellers of Rs 2387.75 crore in index futures and options segments on May 22
23 May 09:16

According to the data released by the NSE, the Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) were net sellers of Rs 2387.75 crore in index futures and options segments, as per Wednesday’s data, May 22.FIIs were net buyers of index futures to the tune of Rs 135.85 crore and net sellers of index options worth Rs 2523.60 crore. In the stock segment, FII’s were net sellers of stock futures worth Rs 480.24 crore and they sold stock options worth Rs 164.48 crore.

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