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capitalstars – Stocks to look out for today: 14 FEB 2018

Nifty witnessed a gap-up opening and, thereafter, it moved in narrow range. However, buying interest emerged in the second half of the session and Nifty ended with a gain of 0.81%. The day’s action formed a small body bull candle. The Nifty has managed to defend its 100-day EMA placed at 10,405. Going ahead, the

Indian stock market will remain shut on Tuesday; Asian stocks off 2-month lows

Indian stock market will remain shut on Tuesday, 13th February on account of a public holiday. Equity, forex and money market will remain closed on account of Mahashivratri. The S&P BSE Sensex which closed just above its crucial support level of 34,000 bounced back 300 points on Monday. It closed 294 points higher from its

Capitalstars market wrap up & Updates – 13 FEB 2018

Trading for the week started on a buoyant note as key indices settled with noteworthy gains as firmness in global stocks perked up sentiment. The Nifty 50 index gained 84.80 points or 0.81% to settle at 10,539.75. Trading in US index futures indicating Dow could jump at the open today also boosted sentiment. State Bank

CAPITALSTARS – TOP CORPORATE NEWS – 12 FEB 2018

Lupin launches gTamiflu in US Lupin has launched generic of Tamiflu Capsules, 30 mg, 45 mg, and 75 mg in the US market. The drug was approved on January 9, 2018, and the company has immediately launched it in the US market. Tamiflu (Oseltamivir Phosphate) is a Hoffman-La Roche, Inc’s drug which had annual sales

capitalstars- Stocks to look out for today:12 FEB 2018

Nifty opened the session with a huge gap down; but,took support around its 100-day EMA and ended the session above the 10,450-mark. The price action formed small green body candle as the opening downside gap was filled completely. Going ahead, the zone of 10,380-10,400 is a crucial support level for the Nifty because, firstly, the

Sensex loses 1000 points in a week; top 40 stocks which rose up to 30%

The S&P BSE Sensex lost over 1,000 points while the Nifty50 dropped a little over 300 points in a week marred by global volatility but there were plenty of stocks which braved the fall. The correction which started from New York extended to Japan, China and then to the Indian market. The S&P BSE Sensex

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