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Indian Indices: Indian equity benchmarks pared some of their gains but continued to trade in green in late afternoon session ahead of the derivatives expiry of June series. Sentiments remained upbeat with India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) statement that 79 percent of the country has received normal-to-above-normal rainfall. It is seeing a steady progress in rainfall in central India and expects average July rainfall at 96 percent. Besides, investments in domestic capital markets via participatory notes (P-notes) have surprisingly surged to a seven-month high of Rs 1.81 lakh crore at the end of May despite stringent norms put in place by Sebi to curb inflow of illicit funds.  

Shares of oil and gas companies were trading higher as the government launched the National Data Repository (NDR) along with the Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP). However, the markets trimmed gains with the Fitch ratings’ latest report that loan waiver schemes being doled out to farmers could have a significant impact on state government finances and might undermine efforts to bring down general government debt.

The BSE Sensex is currently closed at 30,857.52 up by 23.20 points or 0.08% after trading in a range of 30870.58 and 31097.92. There were 21 stocks advancing against 10 stocks declining on the index. The broader indices were trading in green; the BSE Mid cap index was up by 0.55%, while Small cap index was up by 1.00%.

The CNX Nifty is currently shut up at 9504.10, up by 12.85 points or 0.14% after trading in a range of 9502.00 and 9575.80. There were 32 stocks advancing against 19 stocks declining on the index.




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Crporate Front: Hydro power projects of 13,363 megawatt capacity are stranded at various stages of development and reported a cost overrun of Rs 52,697 crore, a study has found. "Despite significant hydropower potential, till now, only 30 per cent of India’s total economically feasible hydropower potential has been harnessed, the ASSOCHAM-PwC study titled. Accelerating hydropower development in India for sustainable energy security said. Several hydropower projects with a cumulative capacity of about 13,363 MW are stranded at various stages of project development.


Macroeconomic front: Amidst the concerted efforts by the government and RBI to rein in the mounting bad loans issue, Sebi Chairman Ajay Tyagi cautioned mutual fund (MF) players against letting some of such money flow into the industry by way of debt funds. Non-performing assets in the banking system should not shift to mutual funds by way of debt funds. The industry should be careful about that, Tyagi told an industry summit organised by MF lobby Amfi here this morning. "Care should be taken that non-performing assets (NPAs) do not get shifted to MF portfolio by way of debt transfer.


On the global front:

On the global front, European markets were in green as investors awaited a NATO meeting of defense ministers and digested major buyback plans from some of the US’ biggest banks. Asian markets were trading in green. Back home, in scrip specific development, UCO Bank moved up on plan to raise Rs 3,000 crore in this fiscal and turn profitable by FY19. The turnaround plan will be finalised within a week.

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Top Sectoral& Stock Screening:The top gaining sectoral indices on the BSE were Metal up by 2.06%, Telecom up by 1.34%, Basic Materials up by 1.15%, Realty up by 0.89% and TECK up by 0.87%, while Bankex down by 0.12% was the only losing index on BSE.

Top Nifty Movers:The top gainers on Nifty were Axis Bank up by 3.62%, Vedanta up by 3.11%, Tata Steel up by 2.17%, Indiabulls Housing Finance up by 2.03% and BhartiAirtel up by 1.78%. On the flip side, Kotak Mahindra Bank down by 2.28%, Indian Oil Corp. down by 1.14%, Sun Pharma down by 1.13%, Tech Mahindra down by 0.68% and Tata Power down by 0.61% were the top losers.


Global Signals:

Asian markets were trading mostly in green; KOSPI Index increased 13.1 points or 0.55% to 2,395.66, Shanghai Composite increased 14.86 points or 0.47% to 3,188.06, Taiwan Weighted increased 31.1 points or 0.3% to 10,421.65, Nikkei 225 increased 89.89 points or 0.45% to 20,220.30 and Hang Seng increased 281.92 points or 1.1% to 25,965.42. On the flip side, FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI decreased 0.46 points or 0.03% to 1,770.77.

European Markets were trading mostly in green; Germany’s DAX increased 14.99 points or 0.12% to 12,662.26 and UK’s FTSE 100 increased 36.07 points or 0.49% to 7,423.87. On the flip side, France’s CAC decreased 17.08 points or 0.33% to 5,235.82.



Oil rally sees energy stocks lead Dow Jones higher even as Technology stocks witness weakness. Globally Central Banks to raise rates as bond yields rise in tandem.

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Indian Indices: Asian indices opened flat as Japanese election results, strength in ‘Yen’ and persisting pullback in oil prices saw mixed start to trading. Expect this week to see follow through of market correction as it adjusts to higher rates and could see equity markets losing at the expense of bonds.

Nifty saw a smart pullback from the lows of Friday on value buying and ‘NAV’ boosting by local mutual funds even as foreign investors remained sellers. Select heavyweights like ITC, Sun Pharma, Cipla and Bank of Baroda propelled the Index higher even as broader market remained under pressure. For today expect global cues to be dominant as Rupee weakness, expectation of weak results and implementation of GST weigh on markets.

The BSE Sensex is currently trading at 31157.54, up by 235.93 points or 0.76% after trading in a range of 31017.11 and 31258.33. There were 23 stocks advancing against 8 stocks declining on the index.

The broader indices were trading in green; the BSE Mid cap index was up by 0.72%, while Small cap index was up by 0.90%.

The CNX Nifty is currently trading at 9586.85, up by 65.95 points or 0.69% after trading in a range of 9543.55 and 9612.75. There were 36 stocks advancing against 15 stocks declining on the index.




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Technical view: Nifty found support around 9448 on Friday which if broken on closing basis can see Nifty test 9380, while 9570 will act as strong resistance on the upside. Bank Nifty also found support around 23000 which if broken cans see the index hit 22800 while 23350 will act as resistance on the upside.


Britannia (Buy Above 3691 with Stop Loss at 3660 for Target of 3753): The stock has been stuck in a narrow trading band for the past week and has finally broken out from a Symmetrical Triangle pattern on the daily chart. The price outburst has been accompanied with smart uptick in volumes. In addition, other oscillators also indicate that the momentum is likely to extend further.


India's fiscal deficit touched Rs. 3.73 lakh crore during April-May period or 68.3 percent of the budgeted target for the current fiscal year that ends in March. (NDTV Profit)

The government has reduced interest rates on small saving schemes, including the Public Provident Fund (PPF), NSCs and KisanVikasPatra by 10 basis points. (ET)

The Telecom regulator has suggested a cut in Universal Services Obligation Fund (USOF) levy to 3% of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) from the existing 5% and a reduction in goods and services tax (GST) rate to 8% from the government set 18% as a few remedial measures to alleviate the financial health of the ailing telecom sector.

Nifty Movers: The top gainers on Nifty were ITC up by 6.29%, Hindalco up by 3.14%, BhartiInfratel up by 2.79%, Maruti Suzuki up by 1.61% and Vedanta up by 1.59%. On the flip side, NTPC down by 2.14%, HCL Tech. down by 1.67%, Wipro down by 1.55%, Bajaj Auto down by 0.91% and Dr. Reddy’s Lab down by 0.66% were the top losers.

Top Sectoral& Stock Screening:The top gaining sectoral indices on the BSE were FMCG up by 3.45%, Metal up by 1.53%, Basic Materials up by 1.37%, Realty up by 1.34% and Telecom up by 1.04%, while IT down by 0.26% and TECK down by 0.01% were the losing indices on BSE.On the flip side, NTPC down by 1.77%, Wipro down by 1.62%, Bajaj Auto down by 0.98%, Kotak Mahindra Bank down by 0.52% and Tata Motors down by 0.47% were the top losers.



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Events to watch this week

  • Central bankers sing more hawkish tune
  • US Q1 GDP revised up
  • Eurozone economic sentiment soars
  • Brazil’s president faces corruption charges
  • Venezuelan crisis intensifies

The Week ahead:




Mon, 3 Jul


Tankan survey, manufacturing purchasing managers' index

Mon, 3 Jul


Canada Day (observed)

Mon, 3 Jul


Caixin manufacturing PMI

Mon, 3 Jul


Manufacturing PMI, unemployment report

Mon, 3 Jul

United States

Markit manufacturing PMI, ISM report

Tue, 4 Jul

United States

Independence Day

 Wed, 5 Jul


 Retail sales, Markit services PMI

 Wed, 5 Jul

 United States

 FOMC minutes

 Thu, 6 Jul


 ECB minutes

For the week,Global equities fell modestly this week amid central bank chatter concerning scaling back monetary stimulus. Yields rose on the talk, with the 10-year Treasury note ending the week at 2.29%, up from 2.15% a week ago. Oil prices recovered some of their recent losses, rising to $45.40 from $42.65 last Friday. Volatility, as measured by the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index, ticked up to 10.9 from 10.6.

NIFTY- 9,520.90
CRUDE OIL-Rs 2968barrel
GOLD-Rs 28,439gram
Rs/$-Rs 64.57.50


Market declined last week amid negative global cues. The Sensex failed to hold the psychological 31,000 level, which it had surpassed during the month. Trading was volatile during the week as the June 2017 derivative contracts expired on Thursday, 29 June 2017. The week was truncated as domestic stock markets was closed on Monday, 26 June 2017, on account of Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id).

In the week ended Friday, 30 June 2017, the Sensex fell 216.60 points or 0.70% to settle at 30,921.61. The Nifty 50 index fell 54.05 points or 0.56% to settle at 9,520.90.

The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index rose 60.67 points or 0.42% to settle at 14,644.48. The S&P BSE Small-Cap index rose 28.62 points or 0.19% to settle at 15,410.52. Both these indices underperformed the Sensex.

Macro Economic Front:

On the Economic Front,the implementation of landmark tax reform GST will be closely watched. There will be a special function in the Central Hall of Parliament House tonight wherein a number of programs will be witness to the change in tax structure and implementation of GST across the country between the night of June 30 and July 1. The government expects GST to revolutionize India's taxing system and is being marketed as one nation one tax.

Major Action &Announcement:

Axis Bank rose 2.28% to Rs 516.10 after the bank announced after market hours on Wednesday, 28 June 2017, that it successfully issued Rs 3500 crore Basel III compliant additional tier 1 debentures through private placement to augment the tier 1 capital base. The perpetual debentures with a 5 year call are priced at a fine coupon rate of 8.75%.

The board of directors of the bank had yesterday, 28 June 2017, approved the allotment of 35,000 unsecured subordinated perpetual additional tier 1 Basel III compliant non-convertible debentures of the face value of Rs 10 lakh each for cash at par aggregating to Rs 3500 crore, on a private placement basis.

Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) fell 2.06% to Rs 1,347.65. The company announced incorporating two new subsidiary companies with effect from 25 June 2017. The announcement was made on Monday, 26 June 2017, when the stock markets remained closed on account of holiday.

Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) said that Mahindra Waste Energy Solutions is incorporated as its new subsidiary company with effect from 25 June 2017. The new company shall carry on the activities connected with renewable energy/non renewable energy. M&M has subscribed to 10,000 shares of Rs 10 each aggregating Rs 1 lakh.

Engineering and contructon major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) fell 2.05% to Rs 1,687.80. L&T said that the transportation, infrastructure and water effluent treatment business has jointly bagged an EPC order worth Rs 1223 crore from Aurangabad Industrial Township. The water and Effluent Treatment Business also won an EPC order worth Rs 1329 crore from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA). The announcement was made during market hours on Tuesday, 27 June 2017.

Care major Maruti Suzuki India fell 0.27% to Rs 7217.90. A foreign brokerage house reportedly retained its buy call on Maruti Suzuki India and raised target price on the stock to Rs 8,824 from Rs 7,412 earlier. The stock will continue to trade at premium valuations due to high growth visibility and consistently improving free cash flow due to limited capex requirements, the brokerage house said.

Global Front:

In Overseas Markets,Germany Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) data and UK Manufacturing PMI data for June 2017 will be unveiled on Monday, 3 July 2017.

US ISM Manufacturing PMI data for June 2017 will also be unveiled on Monday, 3 July 2017. US ISM non-manufacturing PMI data for June 2017 will be unveiled on Thursday, 6 July 2017. US ADP nonfarm employment change data for June 2017 will be unveiled on Thursday, 6 July 2017. It measures the monthly change in non-farm, private employment, based on the payroll data of approximately 400,000 US business clients. US nonfarm payrolls data for June 2017 will be unveiled on Friday, 7 July 2017. US unemployment rate data for June 2017 will also be unveiled on Friday, 7 July 2017.

Global Economic News:

Easy money epoch at an end?
Markets turned turbulent this week after a series of hawkish comments from developed-market central bankers suggested the era of ultra-loose monetary policy may be nearing its end. European Central Bank president Mario Draghi’s speech on Tuesday to a gathering of central bankers in Portugal was read as suggesting that the ECB is considering curbing its asset-buying program. The ECB pushed back on that interpretation, but the market refused to be spun. European bond yields rose sharply, as did the euro on foreign exchange markets. Bank of England governor Mark Carney, after saying only a week ago that now is not the time to raise interest rates, reversed course and said the Monetary Policy Committee will debate a rate move in the next few months. Not to be outdone, US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chair Stanley Fischer both voiced concerns that equity and other asset valuations are on the rich side, which suggests that financial stability worries could keep the Fed on a tightening path, despite easing US inflation pressures.

Despite the somewhat more hawkish tone, inflation pressures remain extremely muted, except in the United Kingdom, where currency pass-through is boosting prices. To illustrate this point, the eurozone reported on Friday that consumer prices rose only 1.3% in June versus a year ago, down from 1.4% in May. That’s well below the ECB’s near-2% target.

US growth revised higher to start year
US economic growth in the hard-to-measure first quarter of the year was revised higher for a second time on Thursday. Gross domestic product expanded at a 1.4% annual rate, the US Bureau of Economic Analysis reported. That’s up from the 1.2% reading in the last revision. Improved consumer spending was the main driver of the revision, the BEA said. The initial Q1 reading, released in April, was a particularly anemic 0.7%.

Eurozone confidence near a 10-year high
Theeurozone economic sentiment indicator (ESI) jumped to a nearly 10-year high of 111.1 in June from 109.2 in May, with optimism on display in all sectors of the economy, according to a report by the European Commission. The ESI reached 111.8 in August 2007, just before the global financial crisis began to intensify.


Temer charged with corruption
Brazilian president Michel Temer was formally charged this week with receiving bribes totaling $152,000. The charges come less than a year after he took office, in the wake of the impeachment of DilmaRousseff. Temer is the first sitting president of the country to be charged with a crime. In addition to the bribery count, the president may also face obstruction of justice charges, according to press reports.

Venezuelan crisis takes bizarre turn
A stolen police helicopter strafed and dropped grenades on Venezuela’s Supreme Court and Interior Ministry headquarters this week as protests against President Nicolas Maduro intensified. Some categorize the attack as an attempted coup against Maduro’s government, while others say the incident was staged by his supporters. The political tumult comes against the backdrop of a deepening economic crisis fueled by runaway inflation, food shortages and falling government revenues stemming from weak oil prices.































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Eyes will be set on the certain US economic data releases are:

Monday (03July)

PMI Manufaturing Index

Tuesday (04 July)

Market Closed

Wednesday (05 July)

MBA Mortagage Applications&  Factory Orders

Thursday (06 July)

Jobless Claims & PMI Services Index

Friday (07 July)

Natural Gas Report

FundamantelPick of the week:

Accumulate DaburIndia Ltd For Target Rs. 320.00

Investment Rationale

* Dabur India Ltd (DIL) is the second largest FMCG company in India, in terms of Product portfolio. It has a strong portfolio of brands (DaburChyawanprash, Real, Hajmola, Vatika, Amla, Fem, Honey, Meswak, Dabur Red) with the focus largely on ayurvedic& healthcare offerings.The company’s diverse product portfolio (hair care, oral care, skin care, home care, health supplements, digestives, OTC &ethicals) and presence in niche categories has aided revenue growth at a robust ~12% CAGR in FY10-17.

* After retesting lower band of its consolidation range in May 2017, it has rebounded swiftly in last one month and now reached closer to the breakout area. The prolong consolidation phase combined with indications from the chart pattern is pointing towards possibility of strong surge in near future. Thus we advise traders to accumulate in the given range of 290-293 with close below stop loss of 276 for the target of 320


Accumulate Dabur India Ltd @ 290-293 Stoploss 276 Target 320


The NIFTY balance is clearly favoring the BEARS, while the EXPIRY compulsions pointed to a temporary BOUNCE-BACK. On the daily chart, Index broke its last two weeks low @ 9560 and has formed a real black body candle over the week. In addition, momentum oscillator i.e. RSI has broken 50 levels for the first time this year. All in all, Index is expected to stay under pressure and could lead to retest 9450 levels which is a confluence zone formed by (i) 50DMA, (ii) Rising trend line and (iii) 61.8 retracement level of near-term rise (9341 - 9709). A clear break below 9450 level would indicate that Index has moved into medium term bearish phase (with an immediate downside of 9280 levels).On the flip side, previous support zone around 9560 will now act as a resistance zone, as is clearly demarcated in the EXPIRY supply zone. 

Other technical observations

In continuation to its sideways trend, the domestic benchmark index, Nifty slipped nearly half percent amid volatility.Participants are focusing on GST roll out and will react to the cues next week. Besides, indications from the global front, movement on currency front and further monsoon update will dictate the market trend.

* Technically, Nifty has crucial support at 9400 and any breakdown will trigger further selling pressure ahead. Having said that, the overall trend is still positive and we advise investors to utilise this corrective phase to accumulate quality index majors.

* Broadly , we expect Nifty to trade in a range of 9300-9700 in the up coming week.


The Indian equity market extended its losing streak to the third consecutive week as traders and investors continued to trade cautiously ahead of the GST rollout. Outflows by foreign funds and weak global cues further added to concerns. CDSL saw a bumper debut and closed near 75% higher on the street while AU Small Finance Bank IPO was oversubscribed by over 50x times. Eris Lifesciences got listed 2% over issue price on the bourses this week, however, it closed slightly lower. Tejas Networks witnessed a tepid listing; however, the stock picked up momentum as the week progressed. Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers’ (RCF) offer-for-sale was subscribed 791%. Monsoon has touched majority of Indian subcontinent and is just 1% below estimates. Government of India has in principle given an approval for sale of Air India.

Overall, volatility ruled the roost throughout the week on account of a historic F&O expiry which saw highest turnover ever. Banking stocks remained in focus following reports of an RBI order seeking hefty provisions for accounts referred to bankruptcy courts.

GST rollout complete details

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GST: Godot has arrived.

The most significant tax reform for India will likely have its fair share of glitches post implementation. Agility on part of businesses and governments will be needed to navigate through the initial phases of uncertainty. The economy stands to gain over the long term as efficiency gains and higher government revenues translate into higher growth potential. Job creation will remain a concern as the unorganized sector shifts towards the organized sector.

GST: In Summary


The Goods and ServicesTax (GST) is a destination-based indirect tax that will subsume all current indirect taxes being levied—both by center and the states—except basic customs duties and a few state and local taxes.The new taxation system under GST is aimed at making a simplified indirect taxation regime which has pan-Indiauniformity thereby removing inefficiencies arising from taxing the same good multiple times at different rates across each state.


The GST aims to remove the cascading effect of various central and state levies. Alcohol for human consumptionand electricity are outside the purview of GST while levy on petroleum products (crude, diesel, petrol, natural gas,and ATF)will be recommended by the GST Council at a later data.


GST Council: Apex body for decision making


GST council is the top constitutional authority for GST, which is created to mirror the federal structure of the country, with the Union FinanceMinister as the Chairperson, a minister from a state government as the Vice-hairperson and all state finance ministers and the Union Minister of State (Finance)as members. The States have 2/3 weightage while the centerhas 1/3 weightage. Any decision needs support of at least 75% of the councilwith a quorum of 50%. It is the prime decision making body for GST with the power to make recommendations on rulesand laws, rates, exemptions and thresholds, etc.


Neutral to negative impact as uncertainty-led risks high in the short term

The short-term impact of GST could be neutral to negative for the broader economy. Production processes will likely take some time to align with the new framework as firms adjust to the input tax credit system and get a handle on the working capital requirements too. Micro and small enterprises could see costs increase due to higher compliance and a shift towards the organized sector. We would be cautious on economic growth for next one to two quarters. The GST rate structure will be neutral to marginally disinflationary for CPI inflation We estimate CPI inflation to be lower by around 20 bps on an average due to GST rates.

Positive implications likely in the medium to long term

The economic benefits in the medium to long term would be from two major factors: (1) efficiency gains from a simpler tax system, more productive business operations, and creation of a one nation market for production and consumption, and (2) higher government revenues due to expansion of the tax base as compliance increases and unorganized segment shifts to the organized segment. However, we note that unorganized sector employs a majority of the labor force. With the unorganized sector shifting to the organized sector, a significant labor absorption capacity that currently exists may get eroded. This can compound the already chronic problem of job creation in India. Given India’s economic structure and GST framework, drawing quantitative conclusions from other countries’ experiences would be unfounded.

Post-implementation challenges: proof of the pudding is in the eating

Challenges will be more evident after the implementation, but it is important to recognize a few issues which may crop up. The primary concern will be glitches in seamless tax credit which can have a negative effect on the working capital requirements of the firms. Further, the industry could have concerns on the limited number of GST Service Providers (GSPs) presently approved and the reliability of the linkage between the firms and Application Service Providers (ASPs) in terms of security and network (Exhibit 4). Some concerns will also be on the ability of micro and small retailers to be able to submit online returns which the GST regime mandates to be done on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis (Exhibit 5).

Companies’ challenges: short-term hitches will be the focus for now

Exhibit 6 summarizes the key changes and our understanding of the issues and challenges of the sectors. Most challenges now revolve around compliance, infrastructure, and logistics of the GST system which would essentially demand an on-the-go course correction, if any. Over the next few quarters as the dust settles on short-term glitches, the business will move to resolve the more structural issues of reforming business models and gaining efficiency.

Rate structure: Dual control and multiple rates


The current GST rate structure is a combination of both central and state government having

a share in the tax collections. There are three types of taxes—Central GST and State GST for

intra-state transactions and IGST (Integrated GST) for inter-state transactions.


The GST Council has decided the tax rates while trying to keep the rates closer to present effective rates for most commodities and services. Tax rates in GST will be kept under four specific slabs—5%, 12%, 18% and 28%—while certain basic goods and important services are exempt from GST. Luxury and sin goods, as identified, will attract additional cess over the peak rate of 28%. Precious and semi-precious stones and precious metals  would attract a GST rate of 3% while rough diamond would have a GST rate of 0.25%.The cess will be used to compensate states for any revenue loss incurred due to GST implementation for five years after implementation. The loss is to be calculated with FY2016 as the base year and an annual growth of14% over the period of compensation. summarizes the relevant tax base growth rateover the last few years across various states.


GST will apply to businesses having a turnover exceeding `2 mn(`1 mn for special category

states). In effect it would be a relief for certain traders and service providers which had a

threshold of `0.5 mn in most states’ VAT and `1 mn for service tax. However, for manufacturing units this would be a reduction in the threshold limit as they enjoyed central

excise duty exemption till `15 mn of turnover. As decided by the GST Council, states would

have administrative control over 90% of tax payers having a turnover below 15 mn and

center would have administrative control over the remaining 10%. Taxpayers above this

threshold would be divided equally between central and state tax administrations. 

US indices bounced back smartly as bond yields rise above 2.21% with banks outperforming. Oil rises another day as oversold territory sees value buying while US Dollar falls.

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Indian Indices: Asian indices opened in the green as the US indices saw a smart rally overnight with bond yields rising as higher rates indicates growth. The Japanese 'Nikkei' index continues to be the best gainer in Asia as it hits new 52 week highs, while other markets see bouts of profit booking on rallies.

Nifty will see high volatility as derivative expiry today will put pressure on rollovers and witness stock/sector outperformance. For today expect select Pharma, Auto, FMCG and Private Banks to see buying while PSU banks, OMCs and Infra to remain under pressure. 

The BSE Sensex is currently trading at 31024.69, up by 190.37 points or 0.62% after trading in a range of 30905.86 and 31069.35. There were 27 stocks advancing against 4 stocks declining on the index.

The broader indices were trading in green; the BSE Mid cap index was up by 0.78%, while Small cap index was up by 1.22%.

The CNX Nifty is currently trading at 9552.60, up by 61.35 points or 0.65% after trading in a range of 9522.45 and 9562.75. There were 44 stocks advancing against 7 stocks declining on the index.




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Technical view: Nifty found support around 9475 which if broken can see drift towards 9400 while 9550 will act as resistance on the upside. Bank Nifty also held onto 23000 which will act as support while 23450 will act as resistance on the upside.


WELCORP (Buy above 107 with Stop Loss at 104.5 for Target of 112): The stock has been stuck in a narrow trading range for the past two weeks and has finally broken out from a consolidating pattern on the daily charts. The price outburst has been accompanied with credible volumes. Other oscillators also indicate that the momentum is here to stay.


World No.1 sugar consumer India could be set to ramp up imports of the sweetener as a sharp drop in international prices and a stronger rupee make overseas purchases viable despite stiff duty charges, industry officials said.

Royal Dutch Shell Plc is turning to India’s textile, cement and steel factories as it seeks to expand demand for its natural gas. The government has made it mandatory to link existing Aadhaar numbers with PAN of taxpayers with effect from July 1.

The government today decided not to hike prices of foodgrains sold under the Food Law via ration shops for one more year. Under the National Food Security Act (NFSA), which was passed in 2013 during the previous UPA regime, there is a provision for revision of the issue prices of foodgrains every three years.

Nifty Movers:  The top gainers on Nifty were Axis Bank up by 3.94%, Indiabulls Housing up by 2.07%, Infosys up by 1.87%, Tata Steel up by 1.81% and GAIL India up by 1.76%.

On the flip side, Sun Pharma down by 1.18%, Kotak Mahindra Bank down by 0.46%, NTPC down by 0.34%, Lupin down by 0.31% and Wipro down by 0.29% were the top losers.

Top Sectoral& Stock Screening: The gaining sectoral indices on the BSE were Metal up by 1.53%, Telecom up by 1.19%, Basic Materials up by 1.18%, TECK up by 1.04%, IT up by 1.01%.

The top gainers on the Sensex were Axis Bank up by 3.31%, Tata Steel up by 2.00%, Infosys up by 1.87%, Mahindra & Mahindra up by 1.34% and BhartiAirtel up by 1.30%.




On the global front: On the global front, Asian shares were trading in green, with finance stocks broadly leading gains after all major US financial institutions received approval from the Federal Reserve to ramp up dividend payouts and share buybacks. Japan’s retail sales fell to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 2.0%, from 3.2% in the preceding month


Global Signals: The Asian markets were trading in green; FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI increased 0.29 points or 0.02% to 1,771.52, Shanghai Composite increased 7.44 points or 0.23% to 3,180.64, KOSPI Index increased 13.54 points or 0.57% to 2,396.10, Taiwan Weighted increased 23.81 points or 0.23% to 10,414.36, Nikkei 225 increased 66.97 points or 0.33% to 20,197.38 and Hang Seng increased 199.66 points or 0.78% to 25,883.


US indices closed on a mixed note with pressure on Nasdaq even as financials bounce back. This week could see higher than expected volatility as globally markets at cusp of correction.

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Indian Indices: Asian indices opened flat to marginally positive with the Japanese 'Nikkei' seeing opening gains as the Yen weakened against the greenback. The week started on a positive note with most Asian indices closing in the green on Monday. Oil weakness has seen money chase financials as lower bond yields will see expansion in margins going forward.

Nifty will see greater than expected volatility this week with derivative expiry on a holiday shortened week. PSU banks, Auto and Consumer Durables could be under pressure while Private Banks, Metals and FMCG could see buying for today.

The BSE Sensex is currently trading at 31095.57, down by 42.64 points or 0.14% after trading in a range of 31047.94 and 31294.96. There were 15 stocks advancing against 16 stocks declining on the index.

The broader indices were trading in red; the BSE Mid cap index declined 0.85%, while Small cap index down by 0.89%.

The CNX Nifty is currently trading at 9550.60, down by 24.35 points or 0.25% after trading in a range of 9535.05 and 9615.40. There were 19 stocks advancing against 32 stocks declining on the index.




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Technical view: Nifty finds key support around 9560 which if broken can see 9500 being tested, while 9700 will act as key resistance on the upside. Bank Nifty also has very strong support around 23400 while 23750 will now act as resistance on the upside.


Union Bank Jun FUTs (Sell Below 146 with Stop Loss at 149 for Target of 140): The stock has been under pressure for the past few weeks and has finally broken down from a consolidation breakdown on the daily charts. Union Bank has also slipped below its 200-DMA further accentuating our negative stance on the stock. Other momentum oscillators also suggest that the downfall is likely to extend.


The Government on Friday announced that another 30 cites will be developed as smart cities taking the total number of cities identified under Smart City Mission launched in June 2015 to 90.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) added three new members to the oversight committee and empowered the panel to approve stressed asset cases where lenders have more than Rs500 croreexposure.

The closure of the Darjeeling tea estates, now in its thirteenth day, may ring the death knell for an industry which is passing through a critical revival phase, industry officials said.

Nifty Movers: The top gainers on Nifty were AurobindoPharma up by 1.70%, ITC up by 1.25%, Adani Ports up by 1.03%, HDFC Bank up by 0.85% and BhartiAirtel up by 0.72%. On the flip side, Bank of Baroda down by 4.01%, BPCL down by 3.08%, Indiabulls Housing down by 3.06%, SBI down by 2.84% and ICICI Bank down by 1.80% were the top losers.

Top Sectoral& Stock Screening:The top gainers on the Sensex were ITC up by 1.29%, Adani Ports up by 0.90%, HDFC Bank up by 0.86%, BhartiAirtel up by 0.75% and Mahindra & Mahindra up by 0.65%. On the flip side, SBI down by 2.72%, NTPC down by 1.74%, ICICI Bank down by 1.72%, Axis Bank down by 1.69% and Infosys down by 1.35% were the top losers.



On the global front: On the global front, The United States and India have boosted coal mining in 2017, in an abrupt departure from last year’s record global decline for the heavily polluting fuel and a setback to efforts to rein in climate change emissions. The production through May is up by at least 121 million tons, or 6 per cent, for the three countries compared to the same period last year. Banking stocks also remained in focus after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has directed banks to keep higher provisions against all cases referred for bankruptcy proceedings.


Global Signals:Asian markets were trading mostly in green; KOSPI Index increased 5.87 points or 0.25% to 2,394.53, Hang Seng rose 22.66 points or 0.09% to 25,894.55 and Nikkei 225 was up by 63.43 points or 0.31% to 20,216.78. On the flip side, Taiwan Weighted decreased 3.01 points or 0.03% to 10,510.95 and Shanghai Composite was down by 2.78 points or 0.09% to 3,182.66.


Weekly Nifty Trading View for the Week June 26, 2017- July 01, 2017

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Events to watch this week

  • Crude oil prices decline more than 20% from recent peaks

  • Brexit negotiations begin

  • BOE governor, economist split over rate moves

  • MSCI admits China’s A shares

  • Fed’s Powell OK with relaxing Volcker rule

The Week ahead:





Mon, 26 Jun

United States

Durable goods orders

Tue, 27 Jun

United States

Case-Shiller home price index

Wed, 28 June

United States

Trade balance, pending homes sales

Thurs, 29 June


Retail sales

Thurs, 29 June


Economic sentiment indicator

Thurs, 29 June

United States

Q1 gross domestic product revision

 Fri, 30 June

 United Kingdom

 Q1 gross domestic product revision

 Fri, 30 June


 Preliminary June consumer price index

 Fri, 30 June

 United States

 Personal income/spending

For the week,Global equities slipped this week, but not before the S&P 500 Index posted a fresh record high early in the week. Falling oil prices have been a cause for investor concern. West Texas Intermediate crude continued its decline, slipping to $42.65 a barrel on Friday from $44.70 a week ago, trading near a seven-month low. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note was virtually unchanged, while volatility, as measured by the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index (VIX), declined slightly to 10.6 from last Friday’s 10.9.

NIFTY- 9,574.95
CRUDE OIL-Rs 2781barrel
GOLD-Rs 28,753gram
Rs/$-Rs 64.52

A divergent trend was witnessed as the barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, settled with modest gains while the Nifty 50 index registered small decline in the week ended Friday, 23 June 2017. The BSE Mid-Cap and the S&P BSE Small-Cap indices underperformed the Sensex during the week. Trading activity was quiet during the week in absence of major triggers. 
In the week ended Friday, 23 June 2017, the Sensex rose 81.81 points or 0.26% to settle at 31,138.21. The Nifty 50 index fell 13.10 points or 0.14% to settle at 9,574.95. The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index fell 223.52 points or 1.51% to settle at 14,583.81. The S&P BSE Small-Cap index fell 285.34 points or 1.82% to settle at 15,381.90. Both these indices underperformed the Sensex. 
Key benchmark indices logged strong gains on first trading day of the week on Monday, 19 June 2017 on upbeat global markets. The Sensex gained 255.17 points or 0.82% to setle at 31,311.57, a record closing high for the index. Amid a divergent trend among various index constituents, the key benchmark indices finished a shade lower in a quiet session of trade on Tuesday, 20 June 2017. The Sensex fell 14.04 points or 0.04% to settle at 31,297.53, its lowest closing level since 16 June 2017. 

Macro Economic Front: 
On the Economic Front,Developments related to roll-out of Goods and Service Tax (GST), progress of monsoon rains, domestic and global macroeconomic data, trend in global markets, investment by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs), the movement of rupee against the dollar and crude oil price movement will dictate trend on the bourses in truncated trading week ahead. Domestic stock markets will remain closed on Monday, 26 June 2017 on account of Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id). 

The market may remain volatile as traders roll over positions in the futures & options (F&O) segment from the near month June 2017 series to July 2017 series. The near month June 2017 derivatives contract expire on Thursday, 29 June 2017. 
The progress of monsoon rains will be closely watched. The IMD said that for the country as a whole, cumulative rainfall during this year's monsoon upto 22 June has been 4% above the Long Period Average (LPA). The June-September southwest monsoon is critical for the country's agriculture because a considerable part of the country's farmland is dependent on the rains for irrigation. 

Major Action &Announcement:
Axis Bank fell 1.06%. The bank has revised Marginal Cost of Funds based Lending Rate (MCLR) rates in the short tenors. The 1 year MCLR stands unchanged at 8.25%. New rates are effective from 17 June 2017. The announcement was made after market hours on Friday, 16 June 2017. 

ICICI Bank lost 7.9%. The company announced that the Committee of Executive Directors of the Bank at its meeting held on 20 June 2017 has approved the proposal for fund raising by way of issuance of senior unsecured long term bonds in the nature of debentures in single/multiple tranches on private placement basis. 

Index heavyweight and housing finance major HDFC advanced 0.72%. The company filed term sheet for issuing secured redeemable non-convertible debentures worth Rs 700 crore on private placement basis. HDFC said that the coupon rate on debentures is 7.21% per annum. The tenor of the debentures is one year 93 days, with redemption date being 24 September 2018. The announcement was made after market hours on 21 June 2017. 

Tata Motors lost 2.72%. As per reports the Tata Group may be considering listing its luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover through an initial public offer. According to reports, senior executives of Tata Group have held preliminary internal discussions over listing of the British luxury automobile company Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) over an international stock exchange, which may potentially include New York Stock Exchange or London Stock Exchange. Tata Motors had bought an ailing JLR in a surprise move in 2008 for $2.4 billion from Ford Motor Co. 

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) rose 1.35%. The company said Moody's has changed its outlook on the company to stable from negative. Moody's has re-affirmed its investment grade rating at Baa3 on APSEZ. The announcement was made during market hours on 19 June 2017. 

Drug major Lupin lost 6.2%. Media reports suggested that Lupin'sPithampur Unit 3 has been issued 5 observations by the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA). Meanwhile, Lupin announced during market hours on 22 June 2017, the launch of its Desoximetasone Cream USP, 0.05% and Desoximetasone Cream USP, 0.25% having received an approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) earlier. 

Global Front: 
In Overseas Markets,growth in the eurozone's manufacturing and services sector slowed in June, data showed on Friday, 23 June 2017. Markit's flash eurozone PMI composite output index came in at 55.7 in June, a five-month low. 
A report on weekly jobless claims showed that fewer than 250,000 Americans applied for unemployment benefits in mid-June. Initial jobless claims rose by 3,000 to 241,000 in the seven days stretching from 11 June to 17 June 2017, Labor Department said on Thursday, 22 June 2017. 

Global Economic News:

Crude oil prices deepen slump
The price of a barrel of West Texas Intermediate crude oil extended its decline this week amid rising global inventories. WTI prices have fallen in excess of 25% from their $58.30 high, which was posted on the year’s first trading day. Energy company shares have been under pressure, while spreads in the sector’s high-yield bond market have widened over benchmark Treasury yields this week. The sharp decline in energy prices will make it that much more difficult for the US Federal Reserve to reach its 2% inflation target in the foreseeable future.

Brexit talks underway
Negotiators from the United Kingdom and the European Union met on Monday in the first formal Brexit negotiating session. The one breakthrough from the talks was the UK’s acquiescence to EU demands that the divorce bill must be settled before the EU begins to negotiate a new trade arrangement. Late in the week, Prime Minister Theresa May met with EU leaders in Brussels and laid out her plan to protect the rights of the three million EU citizens living in the UK, allowing them permanent residence. May called on leaders to grant British citizens living in the EU the same rights.

To hike or not to hike?
That is the question on the minds of the members of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee. While UK growth has suffered a downturn of late, inflation has surged on the heels of a tumble in the pound’s exchange rate. Rising import prices have pushed consumer prices up 2.9% versus year-ago levels, prompting three members of the short-staffed MPC to vote for a rate hike last week against five votes to leave policy unchanged. The divide deepened this week as the Bank’s two most high-profile officials came out on opposite ends of the question of whether rates should be raised this year. BOE governor Mark Carney made the case that now is not the time for rate hikes given low wage growth and mixed signals on consumer spending and business investment. BOE chief economist Andy Haldane countered that it would be prudent to raise rates in the second half of this year to counter the inflation surge. 

China gets nod from MSCI
After years of fighting for inclusion in MSCI’s influential stock indices, China finally received word that some of its A shares will be included in the indices in mid-2018. Just fewer than half of the 448 A shares will be included in the indices and at an initial weighting of just 5% of each stock’s market cap. These restrictions are an effort by MSCI to incentive China to further liberalize its stocks markets.

US banks clear first round of stress tests
Thirty-four big US banks passed the first round of the Fed’s stress test this week. Next week, the central bank will announce whether it will allow the banks to return capital to shareholders. Some banks may begin to reduce their capital if the Fed approves. That could be seen by markets as a sign of confidence that the banking system is strong and positioned well to withstand a significant economic downturn.


Room to relax
Fed governor Jerome Powell told a congressional committee that US regulators have room to relax or eliminate some aspects of the Volcker rule, which is intended to limit banks’ ability to make speculative bets with insured deposits. Regulators are looking for ways to simplify the complicated rule and may exempt small banks from having to comply, Powell said.

Treasury secretary rejects one-off ultra-long bond
US treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin this spring floated the idea that the United States is considering issuing very-long-dated bonds. This week he said the government will only issue ultra-long maturity Treasuries if there is sustained appetite for the securities. Mnuchin said his department is reaching out to investors in order to gauge demand for instruments with maturities between 50 and 100 years, but any move to issue very-long-term debt would not be a one-off. Apparently there is at least some investor demand for long paper, as Argentina issued 100-year bonds this week despite having defaulted six times in the last century. The issue, although rated below investment-grade, was heavily oversubscribed.





























Eyes will be set on the certain US economic data releases are: 
Monday (26June)
Durable Goods Orders 
Tuesday (27 June)
Consumer confidence 
Wednesday (28 June)
MBA Mortagage Applications
Thursday (29 June)
Jobless Claims 
Friday (30 June)
Consumer Sentiments

Technically Pick of the week:

Accumulate ITC Ltd For Target Rs.363.00

* ITC Closed 0.7% up in trade today at Rs311 compared to flat close in benchmark Nifty.
* We expect ITC to benefit in GST regime as tax outgo is similar to the current tax structure. It also provides more clarity and uniformity in taxes across states.
* Increase salience of DSFT cigarettes and strong pricing power would aid growth in volumes and profitability in the coming quarters.

* We expect ITC to post revenues and net profit of Rs449.4bn and Rs118.2bn respectively in FY18.Based on expected EPS of Rs9.7, the stock currently trades at an attractive P/E multiple of 32x FY18E earnings, which is at a 20% discount to sector multiples.

* We maintain BUY rating on the stock with target price of Rs363.

Markets to make a cautious start on mixed global cues
The Indian markets gave up all their gains in final hours to end flat with just a positive bias in last session, tracking weak cues from European markets. Today, the start is likely to remain cautious tailing mixed global cues. Markets however, may get some support with Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel’s statement that he is not 'overly pessimistic' about employment scenario in the IT sector, pointing out that mushrooming startups can compensate for job losses. Meanwhile, the Union Cabinet passed a resolution expressing gratitude to Chief Ministers of States and others for their cooperation in introduction of GST, calling it the biggest tax reform in independent India.

The banking stocks will be in focus with credit rating agency ICRA stating that asset quality pain for banks is expected to continue in financial year 2018 due to restructuring by banks, weakness in some large corporate accounts and moves like waiver of farm loans.  On the same time IT stocks may come under pressure as Industry body Nasscom has projected that India's IT industry is expected to grow at the slowest pace in nearly a decade as clients defer spending in the face of geopolitical uncertainties. Software export growth in financial year 2017-18 is projected at 7-8 per cent in constant currency terms, down from 8.6 per cent last year.

Other technical observations 
Low made friday was 9608 so even though bulls were not able to break the gann angle but they held on to support of 9610 in today’s fall and closed at 9633, Now bulls need a close above 9650 for a quick move towards 9720/9770. Bearish below 9610 for a move towards 9565/9520. Nifty made high of 9698 today unable to make a new life high above 9709 and made low of 9630, so bulls protected 9610 and bears protected 9720 hence trading in neutral zone with high volatility experience during the day.Today is 3 day where we made the failed attempt to close above gannangles, bulls should not delay much else bears will become active and can push nifty lower towards 9500/9400 odd levels. Now bulls need a close above 9650 for a quick move towards 9720/9770. Bearish below 9610 for a move towards 9565/9520. 

Fresh farm loan waiver by the Karnataka government, escalating NPA issues and problems faced by the IT industry on the H1B visa front are among the multiple headwinds that have dragged Nifty over 100 points in the past two days.
On the other hand, banking stocks were in action after RBI announced plan to resolve troubled assets of 12 large borrowers and has also asked banks to resolve 55 high value cases of bad loans within six months. For the week, BSE Sensex and Nifty ended with marginal losses.

The IPO market is seeing very healthy signs with the IPO of CDSL receiving an overwhelming response as it got oversubscribed 169 times.

Global markets consolidate as US stocks correct another day. Oil weakness hits energy stocks while gold rebounds on safe haven buying.

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Indian Indices: Asian indices opened flat to slightly positive as overnight US indices closed marginally in the red for another day. Gold prices saw defensive buying while bond yields fell as markets consolidated the recent gains. Oil importers gained while oil exporters fell even as financial stocks saw profit booking.

Nifty witnessed huge reversal intraday after hitting 9700 to close marginally in the red as midcap stocks led the sharp selloff. Metals, Realty and select FMCG sold off while select Pharma and Cement majors saw buying while the broader market breadth was extremely poor. For today expect weekend blues to see quiet trade in the first half while second half profit booking may be on the cards.

The BSE Sensex is currently trading at 31211.85, down by 78.89 points or 0.25% after trading in a range of 31197.36 and 31365.39. There were 11 stocks advancing against 20 stocks declining on the index.

The broader indices were trading in red; the BSE Mid cap index was down by 1.35%, while Small cap index was down by 1.50%.

The CNX Nifty is currently trading at 9590.25, down by 39.75 points or 0.41% after trading in a range of 9585.15 and 9647.65. There were 15 stocks advancing against 36 stocks declining on the index.




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Technical view: Nifty found strong resistance around 9700 and now finds support around 9600 which if broken can trigger a fall till 9500. Bank Nifty also saw resistance around 23900 while 23650 will act as support on the downside, which if broken can see 23650 being tested.


Just Dial Jun FUTs (SELL Below 392 with Stop Loss at 398 for Target of 382): The stock has been consolidating for the past six days and has finally broken down from a Symmetrical Triangle pattern on the daily charts. The recent price action indicates that steeper decline is on the cards. Other momentum oscillators also suggest that the downfall is likely to extend.


India's government is facing mounting pressure to raise import duties on edible oils after farmers staged mass protests in key farm states amid a slump in oilseed prices to below government support levels. (Moneycontrol)

With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) coming into effect from July 1, train passengers will have to pay a bit more to travel AC and first class. Service tax on ticket charges is set to hike from 4.5 % to 5 % after the GST implementation. (FE)

RBI Governor Urjit Patel had argued for avoiding “premature policy action” and waiting for more inflation data at the meeting of the interest rate setting panel earlier this month.

Nifty Movers: The top gainers on Nifty were Power Grid up by 0.99%, Wipro up by 0.88%, NTPC up by 0.63%, Sun Pharma up by 0.62% and TCS up by 0.48%. On the flip side, Indiabulls Housing down by 4.51%, Indian Oil Corporation down by 2.96%, Bank of Baroda down by 2.15%, Bosch down by 2.07% and Tata Steel down by 2.03% were the top losers.

Top Sectoral& Stock Screening:The top gaining sectoral indices on the BSE were IT up by 0.28% and TECK up by 0.14%, while Realty down by 2.06%, Metal down by 1.42%, Basic Materials down by 1.33%, Industrials down by 1.30% and Auto down by 1.24% were the losing indices on BSE.



On the global front: On the global front, Asian shares were trading mostly in green, with China in focus after the country’s banking regulator sought more information on credit risks linked to loans to major companies that bought major assets abroad. Japanese manufacturing activity slowed in June as new orders grew at the slowest pace in seven months, a sign of a slight weakening in domestic demand.


Global Signals:The Asian markets were trading mostly in green; FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI increased 0.26 points or 0.01% to 1,777.69, KOSPI Index increased 6.79 points or 0.29% to 2,377.16, Hang Seng increased 9.72 points or 0.04% to 25,684.25 and Nikkei 225 increased 13.65 points or 0.07% to 20,124.16.On the other hand, Shanghai Composite decreased 25.89 points or 0.82% to 3,121.56 and Taiwan Weighted decreased 20.91 points or 0.2% to 10,378.15.Jakarta Stock Exchange was closed on account of ‘Commemoration Day’ holiday.


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Company Overview:

Bajaj Finance Limited is a non-banking finance company (NBFC). The Company is engaged in lending and allied activities. It focuses on consumer lending, small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) lending, commercial lending, rural lending, fixed deposits and value-added services. Its consumer lending products include two-wheelers and three-wheelers finance, consumer durables finance, digital products finance, retailer finance, salaried personal loans, e-commerce consumer finance, e-commerce seller finance and home loan. Its SME lending products include loan against property and business loans. Its commercial lending products include loan against securities and financial institutions group lending business. Its rural lending products include personal loans cross-sell, salaried personal loans and gold loans. It offers retail fixed deposits and wholesale fixed deposits. It is engaged in life insurance distribution, general insurance distribution and mutual fund distribution.

Key Points:

Operating performance strong:

Bajaj Finance (BFL) has reported a robust operating performance for Q4FY2017, with the Net Interest Income (NII) surging by 48.3% YoY to Rs1,477.0crore, while the Non-interest Income increased by 49.7% YoY to Rs212.2 crore. The impressive growth in the NII was driven by healthy growth in Advances (up 32.9% YoY) and expansion of Net Interest Margin (NIM; calc) by 103BPS. During the quarter, the company enjoyed the benefits of lower Cost of Funds (CoF) while lower NIMs during Q3FY2017 (due to demonetisation) resulted in NIM expansion. Provisions surged by 85.1% YoY to Rs289.7 crore, which was due to the additional charge of Rs70 crore toward demonetisation and non-recurring provisions. Going forward, the BFL management indicated that it will have to take a further charge of ~Rs40 crore in the next 2-3 quarters as the final impact of demonetisation, which at ~2% of PPOP should not have any significant adverse effect. NIM expansion and well-managed operations resulted in the PAT growing by a healthy 42.6% YoY to Rs449.2 crore.

AUM growth picks up post demonetisation:

Q3FY2017, which was BFL’s seasonally strong quarter, was impacted on account of demonetisation with an adverse effect on its credit growth. Consequently, BFL’s performance in Q4FY2017 has been comparatively better on a QoQ basis. In Q4FY2017, the company’s business growth improved, with AUM expanding by 36.1% YoY. Its main loan segments, viz. Consumer loans (45% of AUM, up by 43% YoY), SME loans (36.7% of AUM, up by 18% YoY), Commercial loans (13% of AUM, up 51.5% YoY) and Rural loans (5% of AUM, up 129% YoY) all reported healthy growth. Digging further deep, the Consumer loans business was mainly driven by Digital Products (up 63% YoY), Personal loans (up 60% YoY) and Salaried loans (up 93% YoY). Growth in the SME book was fueled by a 56% YoY expansion in Professional loans and a 31% jump in Business loans. Loan Against Property (LAP) has seen a slowdown due to the BFL management’s cautious approach, resulting in the LAP portfolio remaining flat.

Asset quality dips marginally:

During Q4FY2017, the asset quality of BFL witnessed some stress, with the Gross Non-Performing Assets (GNPA) increasing by 21BPS QoQ to 1.68% while the Net NPA increased by 5BPS QoQ to 0.44%. The company also took additional provisions worth Rs70 crore on account of demonetisation and non-recurring provisions, which resulted in the slight deterioration in asset quality. However, the asset quality is still at a very healthy level, and the company boasts of 74% Provision Coverage Ratio, besides Rs300 crore of general provisions, which is also comforting.

Outlook and valuation:

BFL has delivered a decent performance for Q4FY2017 despite growing competition and the lag effects of demonetisation. Healthy operational parameters, AUM expansion and a decent asset quality are the key differentiating factors. BFL has been a leading innovator in the NBFC space and going forward better customer mining and further improvement in systems & processes will allow it to maintain its strong growth trajectory and profitability. We upgrade  to ’Buy’ with a price target of Rs1,550.

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As per the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), India’s banking sector is sufficiently capitalised and well-regulated. The financial and economic conditions in the country are far superior to any other country in the world. Credit, market and liquidity risk studies suggest that Indian banks are generally resilient and have withstood the global downturn well.

Indian banking industry has recently witnessed the roll out of innovative banking models like payments and small finance banks. The central bank granted in-principle approval to 11 payments banks and 10 small finance banks in FY 2015-16. RBI’s new measures may go a long way in helping the restructuring of the domestic banking industry.

Market Size

The Indian banking system consists of 26 public sector banks, 25 private sector banks, 43 foreign banks, 56 regional rural banks, 1,589 urban cooperative banks and 93,550 rural cooperative banks, in addition to cooperative credit institutions. Public-sector banks control nearly 80 percent of the market, thereby leaving comparatively much smaller shares for its private peers. Banks are also encouraging their customers to manage their finances using mobile phones.

Standard & Poor’s estimates that credit growth in India’s banking sector would improve to 11-13 per cent in FY17 from less than 10 per cent in the second half of CY14.

Healthy Growth of Banking Sector - Deposits

  • During FY06–16, deposits grew at a CAGR of 11.47 per cent and reached 1.46 trillion in FY16.
  • Strong growth in savings amid rising disposable income levels are the major factors influencing deposit growth.
  • Deposits under PradhanMantri Jan DhanYojana (PMJDY), have also increased. As of October 2016, US$ 6,755.5 million were deposited, while 249.8 million accounts were opened.

Healthy Growth of Banking Sector - Credit

  • Credit off-take has been surging ahead over the past decade, aided by strong economic growth, rising disposable incomes, increasing consumerism and easier access to credit.
  • In March FY16, total credit extended surged to US$ 1,016 billion.
  • Demand has grown for both corporate and retail loans; particularly the services, real estate, consumer durables and agriculture allied sectors have led the growth in credit.

Offers protection in adverse conditions.

Our initial study of PradhanMantriFasalBimaYojana (PMFBY) shows it offers hope to banks lending to agriculture in adverse conditions. The new scheme has seen ~100% increase in the sum insured in FY2017, greater interest from private insurance players and higher participation of farmers. Strict timelines, mandatory use of technology and a relatively transparent mechanism amenable to quick/easy audits could effectively reduce the risk of sharp rise in impairments for banks. 

Significant increase in outlay; more than the cumulative allocation in all previous years

There are some positive signs that the lending to agriculture is taking a better form that should lower the “volume” risk associated to famers as new schemes offer greater protection. The government has modified the crop insurance program under the new scheme, PMFBY, which is seeing greater levels of participation by all segments. The government has budgeted to spend `130 bn in FY2017 for the scheme as compared to the initial budget of `55 bn, which is ~6X increase over FY2016 and similar to the total funds allocated to the scheme since FY1997. The budget for FY2018 is lower at `90 bn but we wait to see the year end given that the focus is to increase the area under the scheme to ~50% over the next two years from ~25% currently.

100% increase in sum insured gives comfort, but a few more years needed to ensure stability

We are seeing some early success of the scheme as there has been more than 100% growth in premium in FY2017 across key players like Agriculture Insurance Corporation, ICICI Lombard,HDFC Ergo. The total sum insured has doubled in the Kharif crop for 2016 to `1.4 tn and one should expect this to have increased further as some bottlenecks resulted in select states that did not implement it last year. The government is extending this scheme for non-loan farmers as well giving a wider business opportunity for private insurers. FY2017 may not be a good test case as there is likely to be lower claims given the bountiful rainfall witnessed. Private insurance companies gave away a substantial portion of risk to reinsurers and we need a stronger reinsurance market till market players get confident in the underlying data.

Banks stand to benefit as well; a weak monsoon is probably of lesser concern

The key objective of the note is to understand the impact on bank’s portfolio given the spate of debt waiver announcements. In a prudish manner, the success of this scheme will imply that volume related risks have been taken away. This also implies banks are relatively better off during the weak monsoon but a surplus monsoon, as in FY2017 creates ‘price-risk’ where the current solution is not effective. A strong commodity derivatives market along with adequate infrastructure for post-harvest storage could be useful to address a part of these risks.


Key investments and developments in India’s banking industry include:

  • RBL Bank Limited, an Indian private sector bank, has raised Rs 330 crore (US$ 49.6 million) from a UK-based development finance institution CDC Group Plc, which will help RBL to strengthen the capital base to meet future requirements.
  • The State Bank of India (SBI) signed an agreement with The World Bank for aRs 4,200 crore (US$ 625 million) credit facility, aimed at financing grid connected rooftop solar photovoltaic (GRPV) projects in India.
  • JP Morgan Chase, the largest bank in United States by assets, plans to expand its operations in India by opening three new branches in Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai in addition to its existing branch in Mumbai.
  • Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), an investment management company, has bought a large stake in Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd from Japan-based Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.
  • India’s first small finance bank called the Capital Small Finance Bank has started its operations by launching 10 branch offices in Punjab, and aims to increase the number of branches to 29 in the current FY 2016-17.
  • FreeCharge, the wallet company owned by online retailer Snapdeal, has partnered with Yes Bank and MasterCard to launch FreeCharge Go, a virtual card that allows users to pay for goods and services at online shops and offline retailers.
  • Exim Bank of India and the Government of Andhra Pradesh has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote exports in the state.
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited has bought 19.9 per cent stake in Airtel M Commerce Services Limited (AMSL) for Rs 98.38 crore (US$ 14.43 million) to set up a payments bank. AMSL provides semi-closed prepaid instrument and offers services under the ‘Airtel Money’ brand name.
  • Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd, a microfinance services company, has raised Rs 312.4 crore (US$ 45.84 million) in a private placement from 33 domestic investors including mutual funds, insurance firms, family offices and High Net Worth Individuals (HNIs)).
  • India's largest public sector bank, State Bank of India (SBI), has opened its first branch dedicated to serving start-up companies, in Bengaluru.
  • Global rating agency Moody's has upgraded its outlook for the Indian banking system to stable from negative based on its assessment of five drivers including improvement in operating environment and stable asset risk and capital scenario.


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