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Indian Market Trading Report on Equity and Commodity Market

India's share market consist of mainly 3 sections in which investors invest their money for profit.Equity market is a large market trading platforms in the modern sense of the world where investors buy and sell equity shares. Equity Tips are referred as a financial equipment of a company to welcome the investors to invest their money in the company. Equity trading is primarily the purchase or sale of company stock through, just as stock trading. Commodity markets are places where raw products such as food grains, metals, cotton and oilseeds are exchanged. Commodity Market consist of two sections mainly MCX & NCDEX. The Nifty is an indicator of all the major companies of the NSE. The Nifty represents the top stocks of the National Stock Exchange Delhi.

€News & Information of Indian Share Market

a)Equity Market Updates:
India's economic growth will accelerate this fiscal year, but economist's poll trimmed their forecasts, tempering their optimism that the first majority government in three decades would quickly bring in reforms and spur business investment.
Indian indices edged higher over positive global markets and economic data. Most market experts are of the view that foreign investors have been betting big on the Indian market mainly on reform agenda of the new government at the Centre. The BSE Sensex has rallied over 23 per cent so far in the year 2014.

Economist also forecast that growth would rise to 5.3 percent in the current fiscal year, slightly down from the 5.5 percent expected in April, when the world's largest democracy was in the middle of national elections. Growth is expected to be 6.3 percent next year, unchanged from the previous poll.

The inflation data that has come in was positive. So there is a sense that interest rates could be cut which will aid in the revival of investment cycle of India.

b) Commodity Market Updates:
Commodity costs rose by 0.5 % in June, with gains in energy costs that were partially offset by declines in agriculture and metals. Throughout the primary six months commodity costs rose 0.4 % with moderate increase in energy and agriculture nearly offset by a 10% call in metal the latter owing to weak demand and rising production capability. Some commodities recorded massive gains on provide problems, specifically Arabica coffee, swine and nickel.

Gold has climbed 8.6% this year. Gold futures for December delivery rose 1% to settle at $1,305.30 an ounce on the Comex in NewYork, the largest gain for a most-active contract since July 17. The metal yesterday touched $1,289.40, very cheap since June 19.

In 2013, the metal tumbled twenty 28%, the foremost in 3 decades, once equities rallied to a record and also the Federal Reserve pared U.S. financial input because the economy showed signs of improvement.
Silver futures for Sep delivery rose one.1 % to $20.636 an ounce on the Comex, the biggest advance sinceJul 17.Platinum futures for October delivery rose 0.3 % to $1,478.60 an ounce.

Nifty Market Updates:
Nifty has been trading in uptrend from September month. In last month nifty breached its long term trendline level and touched life time high 7625 level, on the back of, the rupee traded higher against the dollar. Nifty is expected to trade in bearish mode, to taste 6850-7050 level in coming days. On the other hand if it breaches strong resistance level i.e. 7450 then it is likely to see a rally towards 7620-7700 in coming days.

In India's GDP stood at 4.7% in the financial year ended 2014 and 4.6% in the fourth quarter of the financial year. Manufacturing growth continued to remain under stress, down at 1.4%, construction sector reported growth of 0.7% and financial services sector reported growth of 12.4%

During the financial year 14, India's current account deficit (CAD) sharply narrowed to 1.7% of GDP or $32.4 billion from $87.8 billion, or 4.7% of GDP in FY13. Trade deficit during the financial year 2014 contracted significantly to $138.59 billion as compared to $190.34 billion in the FY13 mainly on the back of declined imports particularly gold imports and growth witnessed in country's overall exports.

A short covering rally could also lead to a final thrust up to 8000 but it would be extremely difficult for the index to sustain above 7900 levels in the medium term.

It is very much likely that the market makes in the next few trading session becomes the high for this calendar year and the index grinds in the 7000-8000 range in the next 5-6 months.

Investors are therefore suggested to at least partially hedge their positions by buying out of the money put options. Leveraged long positions should either be avoided or very tight stop losses must be maintained.

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