25 Apr 2019 | 8:21 PM

Stock Market Research Reports

Daily | 28 Feb 2019 | 10:15 AM
• Agri markets kept trading with high volatility with no strong directions, even as prices seem to find some support at these lower levels after the recent fall. Expected recovery in Festive season demand in coming weeks amidst slowdown in arrivals could support prices in medium term. All eyes would be on the weather factor also as any heavy rains could damage the standing crops too. There has been no strong movement in the International markets but moderate firmness in crude oil prices and some firmness in Dollar vs Rupee could ensure some recovery in export demand for the new crop at these lower levels in coming weeks.
Daily | 04 Feb 2019 | 11:57 AM
Agri Fundamental & Technical Report
Weekly | 21 Jan 2019 | 07:35 PM
Weekly report
Weekly | 07 Jan 2019 | 06:56 PM
Gold prices fell on Friday, pulling back from more than a six-month peak hit earlier in the session, as robust US jobs data eased some concerns about an ailing economy. Gold futures were down 0.63% at $1,286.65 on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange late Friday, having briefly risen as high as $1,300.35 earlier in the session.
Daily | 04 Jan 2019 | 09:57 AM
The rupee settled at 70.19 to a dollar, its lowest since Dec. 27, against 70.17 at previous close. It opened lower and extended fall to the day's low of 70.52, before turning higher to 70.04 in late afternoon trade.
Daily | 03 Jan 2019 | 09:56 AM
The rupee settled at 70.17 to a dollar, its lowest since Dec. 27, against 69.45 at previous close. The currency opened lower at 69.52 and extended losses to 70.24.
Daily | 02 Jan 2019 | 09:51 AM
The rupee settled at 69.45 to a dollar, its highest since Aug. 10, against 69.77 at previous close. The local unit also marked its third session of gains against the dollar.
Daily | 02 Jan 2019 | 09:14 AM
Highlights: The 2019 trading session commenced on a positive note for most of the Agri commodities. Profit taking was observed later as most mandis and international trading centres were closed. Lack of cues due to closure of mandis kept sentiments slightly in eased in spices. Mentha oil and soybean posted decent jump amid regular queries for fresh purchases. Edible oils and cotton complex traded range bound due to closure of global markets. Analysts and industry persons expect crude oil to find support at current levels while Rupee is unlikely to appreciate much against the US dollar this week. Most traders expect fresh demand to emerge in next few days when mandis open after the New Year holidays. So Agri markets may trade with a positive bias this week.
Daily | 01 Jan 2019 | 10:09 AM
The Indian rupee, Asia's worst performing unit this year against the dollar, logged its biggest annual decline in five years as higher crude oil prices and interest rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve led to foreign fund outflows.
Daily | 01 Jan 2019 | 09:39 AM
Agri Fundamental and Technical Report
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