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CAPITALSTARS INDIAN EQUITY MARKET WRAP UP – 5 SEP 2018

Closing Bell: Last hour recovery helps D-Street cut losses, Sensex down 100 points; Nifty above 11,450. A good recovery in the last hour has helped the market close with shallow cuts. The Sensex managed to recover over 250 points from its low point, while the Nifty shed about 70-odd points from its low point. Both

CAPITALSTARS -STOCKS TO LOOK OUT FOR TODAY: 04 JULY 2018

The NSE benchmark Nifty recouped some of its previous session’s losses to end the day just shy of the 10,700-mark. The Nifty traded within the last session’s trading range, which resulted in formation of an inside bar. Wednesday’s session will see the level of 10,736 and 10,760 as a stiff resistances on the upside, while

CAPITALSTARS -STOCKS TO LOOK OUT FOR TODAY: 7 JUN 2018

FoJLR retail volume up 6% yoy in May 2018 as UK sales rise for second month in a row Tata Motors Limited (TML) owned luxury car maker, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) saw a 6% yoy volume growth in May 2018 on the back of strong sales in UK and North America, even as Europe and

CAPITALSTARS -STOCKS TO LOOK OUT FOR TODAY: 07 JUN 2018

The NSE benchmark Nifty opened the session on a flat note and gradually started moving up. However, post the RBI’s policy announcement, Nifty witnessed further upmove to close near the day’s high. The price action formed a long bull candle carrying higher high and higher low. Going ahead, immediate resistance is placed around the level

CAPITALSTARS – MCX COMMODITY EVENING MARKET NEWS UPDATES – 26 MAY 2018

Sectors which are likely to see increasing pressure thanks to a rise in crude oil prices are upstream oil companies. Global crude oil prices inched upward to hit its highest level ($80 per barrel) since November 2014 on the back of geopolitical fears over potential supply disruption after US withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal

CAPITALSTARS – MCX COMMODITY EVENING MARKET NEWS UPDATES – 16 MAY 2018

Gold Prices Push Higher, Still Below $1,300 Level – Gold prices pushed higher on Wednesday, but remained below the $1,300 level after slumping on Tuesday as strength in the dollar and U.S. government bond yields prompted investors to sell off the yellow metal. The dollar rallied to five-month highs on Tuesday after a U.S. retail

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