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Events to watch this week

  • UK vote muddles Brexit process
  • ECB drops possibility of lower rates
  • Comey testifies on Russia probe
  • Eurozone maintains faster growth

The Week ahead:




Sun, 11 Jun


Parliamentary elections, round one

Tue, 13 Jun

United Kingdom

Consumer price index

Tue, 13 June


ZEW economic sentiment index

Tue, 13 June

United States

Producer price index

Wed, 14 Jun


Retail sales and industrial production

Wed, 14 Jun


Industrial production

Wed, 14 Jun

United States

Retail sales and Consumer Price Index

Wed, 14 Jun

United States

FOMC meeting, Yellen press conference

Thu, 15 Jun


SNB interest rate decision

For the week,The day began with the European Central Bank meeting, followed by ex-FBI director Comey’s testimony later in the day. It wound up with the Conservative Party losing its majority in the House of Commons. Prior to the news from the United Kingdom, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record high Thursday, despite Comey’s unsettling testimony regarding private meetings with US president Donald Trump. Despite increased uncertainty surrounding the Brexit process, global equities have shown little net change on the week. The yield on the US 10-year Treasury note rose three basis points to 2.20% while West Texas Intermediate crude extended its drop to $45.50 from $47.35 a week ago after a forecast from the Energy Information Agency projected that US domestic oil output will top 10 million barrels a day in 2018. Equity volatility, as measured by the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index (VIX), remained historically muted, virtually unchanged at 10.

NIFTY- 9,668.25
CRUDE OIL-Rs 2963barrel
GOLD-Rs 29,009 gram
Rs/$-Rs 64.25


Key benchmark indices settled with modest gains in a volatile session of trade on Wednesday, 7 June 2017, after the RBI decided to keep the policy repo rate unchanged after a policy review meet on Wednesday, 7 June 2017. The Sensex had risen 80.72 points or 0.26% to settle at 31,271.28, its highest closing level since 5 June 2017.

Key indices settled with small losses after range-bound trade on Thursday, 8 June 2017, as caution prevailed in global markets ahead of key global events of outcome of elections in the UK and the European Central Bank's (ECB) monetary policy review. The Sensex shed 57.92 points or 0.19% to settle at 31,213.36, its lowest closing level since 6 June 2017.

Key benchmark indices settled with small gains after a lacklustre session of trade on Friday, 9 June 2017, as most global stocks rose after the surprise UK general election result left the country facing a “hung parliament,” where no single party has a majority. The Sensex had risen 48.70 points or 0.16% to settle at 31,262.06, its highest closing level since 7 June 2017.

Both the Sensex, and the Nifty, had hit record high in intraday trade on Tuesday, 6 June 2017. The Sensex fell 11.23 points or 0.03% to settle at 31,262.06. The Nifty advanced 14.75 points or 0.15% to settle at 9,668.25. Broad market depicted strength. The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index rose 0.49%. The S&P BSE Small-Cap index advanced 1.55%. Both these indices outperformed the Sensex.

Macro Economic Front:

On the Economic Front,the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) in its meeting held on Wednesday, 7 June 2017, decided to keep the policy repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) unchanged at 6.25%. Consequently, the reverse repo rate under the LAF remains at 6%, and the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate at 6.5%.

A private business survey showed activity in India's services industry accelerated in May as domestic and foreign orders rose. The Nikkei/IHS Markit Services Purchasing Managers' Index rose to a seven-month high of 52.2 in May, from April's 50.2.

Major Action &Announcement:

State Bank of India (SBI) advanced 0.38%. The bank said that it has successfully concluded India's largest ever qualified institutional placement (QIP) of Rs 15000 crore which was launched on 5 June 2017. The QIP book was oversubscribed and demand exceeded Rs 27000 crore. Post issue, the Government of India's (GoI) shareholding in the merged entity will be at 57.07%. The announcement was made during market hours on Friday, 9 June 2017.

ICICI Bank rose 1.41%. The bank said its board of directors on Monday, 5 June 2017, approved the sale of a part of its shareholding in ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company in an initial public offering by the company, subject to requisite approvals and market conditions. The size and other details of the offer would be determined in due course, the bank said. The announcement was made at the fag end of market hours on Monday, 5 June 2017.

Wipro fell 2.75%. The company issued clarification to the stock exchanges regarding media news item titled “Wipro promoters in early stage of evaluating sale of part or whole business”. The company said that the news article is baseless and malicious. There is no truth to these unsubstantiated rumors, it added. The announcement was made after market hours on Monday, 5 June 2017.

Infosys was down 2.15%. The company clarified after market hours on Wednesday, 7 June 2017 that the news reports on pricing cuts seen by the IT industry being attributed to the Infosys chief operating officer (COO) are incorrect.

Dr Reddy's Laboratories rose 3.03%. The company announced the launch of Bivalirudin for injection, 250 mg/vial, a therapeutic equivalent generic version of Anglomax (Bivalirudin) for injection in the US market. The announcement was made during market hours on Tuesday, 6 June 2017. Anglomax brand and generic had annual US sales of around $198 million MAT for the most recent twelve months ending in March 2017, according to IMS Health.

Tata Motors was down 2.37%. Jaguar Land Rover retail sales rose 1% to 45,487 vehicles in May 2017 over May 2016 with continued strong demand for the Jaguar F-PACE, since sales began 12 months ago, and solid sales growth of the long wheel base Jaguar XFL from our China joint venture. The announcement was made during market hours on Wednesday, 7 June 2017.

TCS lost 2.01%. The company announced that the company and Siemens unveiled a new collaboration around Internet of Things (IoT) innovation. Focused on customers in the manufacturing, energy, building technology, healthcare and railway industries the partnership will enable customers to benefit from new data insights and services based on MindSphere, the cloud-based, open IoT operating system from Siemens. The announcement was made after market hours on Tuesday, 6 June 2017.

Global Front:

In Overseas Markets,British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party has fallen short of an outright majority in the UK's general election held on Thursday, 8 June 2017. May had unexpectedly called the snap election seven weeks ago, confident of sharply increasing the slim majority she had inherited from predecessor David Cameron before launching into the Brexit talks.

The ECB on Thursday, 8 June 2017, as expected, left interest rates unchanged but said it continued to expect interest rates “to remain at present levels for an extended period of time, and well past the horizon” of its asset-buying program, which is set to run at least through December. In previous statements, the ECB had said it expected rates “to remain at present or lower levels for an extended period of time.”

US non farm payrolls increased 138,000 in May, missing the forecast, suggesting the labour market was losing momentum despite the unemployment rate falling to a 16-year low of 4.3%. Also, the number of jobs created in March and April was reduced by 66,000 from what was previously reported.

Global Economic News:

ECB drops rate-cut reference
With the economy on the upswing, European Central Bank president Mario Draghi announced on Thursday that the bank is dropping its bias toward cutting interest rates, but it retained its bias toward increasing quantitative easing, if necessary. The bank raised its growth forecast while at the same time cutting its inflation outlook. Risks to the economy are now broadly balanced, he said. The overall tone of Draghi’s press conference was decidedly dovish.

Former FBI chief testifies
Former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee regarding the FBI’s investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election and President Donald Trump’s desire that the Bureau end its investigation of his former national security advisor Michael Flynn. Comey said he would leave it to Special Counsel Robert Mueller to decide whether the president’s conduct rose to the level of obstruction of justice. With Mueller’s investigation in an early phase, there will likely be many months of continued policy paralysis in Washington.

Eurozone economy leads the pack
Purchasing managers’ indices released this week show that the eurozone continues to outperform other developed economies. The eurozone composite PMI, which measures both manufacturing and services, stood at 56.8, unchanged from April. Meanwhile, the United States clocked in at 53.6 and the UK at 56.7, just below April’s 56.8 three-year high. Japan’s composite PMI registered 52.6 and China’s 51.5.

Catalonia schedules referendum
The president of the Spanish region of Catalonia, CarlesPuigdemont, announced on Friday that an independence referendum will be held on 1 October. The Spanish government strongly opposes the referendum on constitutional grounds, as it did in 2014 when the country’s constitutional court ruled a previous vote invalid. Under the Spanish constitution, Madrid could resort to suspending the region’s autonomy to thwart the plebiscite.


May severely weakened in UK vote; Tories lose majority
Prime Minister Theresa May’s gambit to improve her Brexit bargaining position by calling a snap election did exactly the opposite, increasing the uncertainty around the Brexit process. The Conservative Party lost its outright majority in the House of Commons but will be able to form a government with the backing of the 10 members of Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party. Politically, May is seen as living on borrowed time, and could be replaced as party leader in the near future. Early indications are that May’s failure to secure a larger parliamentary majority undermines the case for a “hard” Brexit, which the Tories campaigned for. That is one reason — along with a weaker pound — that markets have taken the election outcome in stride so far. A softer Brexit is seen as less disruptive to UK business interests. One side note: A very poor showing by the Scottish National Party is seen as halting momentum toward a second referendum on Scottish independence.





























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

Monday (12June)

Month Bill Auction

Tuesday (13 June)

Week Bill Auction& FOMC Meeting Begins

Wednesday (14 June)

Consumer Price Index

Thursday (15 June)

Hosing Market Index& Jobless Claims

Friday (16 June)

Consumer Sentiment

Fundamental Pick of the week:

Derivative Ideas Federal Bank Ltd For Target Rs.120.00

Derivative Ideas

FEDERALBNK added around 2.5% of open interest as long positions along with some delivery based buying in previous trading session. On charts, it is trading above important moving averages in higher highs—higher lows formation on daily charts. Hence, we recommend buying FEDERALBNK June futures as per levels mentioned below.


















Nifty saw small correction on friday and closed just near the gann angle also also near the lower end of range at 9640, bulls need to hold the gann angle for upmove to continue towards 9750/9790. Bearish below 9610 for a move towards 9530/9480.  As per Geometric Time Cycle big move can be seen in market in next 2 days.Low made today was again 9608 near the gann angle, as shown in below chart and we saw a good bounce back. As per time cycle if today’s low is not broken we can see an up move towards 9720/9800. Bearish below 9610 for a move towards 9530/9480. 


Markets extended their winning streak to the fifth consecutive week as the index yet again closed at a fresh life time high thanks to late buying on Friday. However, throughout the week, traders and investors remained jittery amid multiple global events like ECB meet and UK elections. Even upgrades in monsoon estimates and RBI’s decision of keeping repo rate and reverse repo rate unchanged at 6.25% and 6%, respectively didn’t bring any cheer to the market.

Start of this week witnessed ITC and HUL lead the main indices as the FMCG companies helped five of the top 10 most valued Indian firms raise their market cap by more than Rs 37,000 crore. The PSU Banking stocks were in action after media reports stated that the government was examining the possibility of further consolidation in the public sector banking space without waiting for their finances to improve. OMCs like BPCL, HPCL and IOC were in action after reports stated that petrol and diesel prices will be revised every day across the country from June 16.