Share Market Today - 9th August 2019


NIFTY Daily Chart

Share Market Today 9th August 2019 NIFTY Daily Chart

It was a stellar comeback by the bulls during yesterday’s session. Initially, the benchmark indices started the session with an upside gap but remained flat. However, strong short covering during the second half helped the markets to close with spectacular gains. The index NIFTY sneaked above the 11000 mark during the process and closed with gigantic gains of 177 points. On the other hand, NIFTY BANK index too ended with hefty gains of 400 points.
During the first half, market breadth turned in the favor of declining counters but in the final hour of the session it changed to positive. On the sectoral front, none of the pockets ended in loss which indicates broad based buying. Form the pack of gainers, NIFTY AUTO (+3.03%) and NIFTY REALTY (+1.86%) stocks were the top performers. From the F&O pack, AUROPHARMA (+7.93%), HCLTECH (+7.10%) and TATAMTRDVR (+6.64%) were the top gainers.
In line with our buy recommendation, we observed a sharp rally during the previous session. The index Nifty initially oscillated in a range of 10900 – 10850 but then a breakout during the final hour helped the index to close above 11000 mark. Now this move has confirmed a higher top and higher bottom formation confirmation on the hourly chart which means that the very short term trend has changed. Hence, index has now potential to test 11150 which is the placement of 200 DSMA and then 11200 too.
On the downside, the support has shifted to 10970 followed by 10840.


Share Market Today 9th August 2019 TATA Steel

  • Since past couple of years, TATASTEEL was trading within a downward sloping channel.
  • At this juncture, TATASTEEL has approached the lower end of falling channel.
  • Also it is now trading at the PRZ (Potential Reversal Zone) of bullish DEEP CRAB harmonic pattern.
  • The stock could be accumulated between 365 – 345 levels with a stop of 330 for a bounce towards 420.

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The crude oil prices though may remain volatile, but the global slowdown narative remain overpowering on the current price movement. CPI inflation is projected at 3.1 per cent for Q2FY20 and 3.5-3.7 per cent for H2FY20, with risks evenly balanced. CPI inflation for Q1FY21 is projected at 3.6 per cent. LIQUIDITY POSITIONAverage liquidity in the system has risen significantly in the past 3 months. The system which was running in deficit turned positive by end of May and hover at near 2 lakh cores. Some of the reasons pointed out for large surplus are:a) Return of currency to the banking system;b) Drawdown of excess cash reserve ratio (CRR) balances by banks;c) OMO purchase auctions done worth ₹52,500cr since Apr’19d) The Reserve Bank’s foreign exchange market operations.A high liquidity surplus helps in easy transmission of policy rates and hence further aids the cause of the RBI rate dissemination. However, despite the large surplus the transmission is quite low. 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