India Morning Report: Week opens on a buoyant note

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India Morning Report: Week opens on a buoyant note

Despite the run on BOB due to the herewarned jump in NPAs at BOB  and AllBank, the correction in others tracing the trend in BOB like SBI and Axis Bank are unlikely to fall through and banks like ICICI Bank and Yes Bank are likely to be strong bets for this move in February though the pre Budget rally’s happenstance coud be discounted by the end of this week and the market stuck at below 6100 levels.BOB’s NIMs have fallen on quarter by almost 15 bp though they are still 20 bp better than December 2011 at 3.08% and are likely to be hit by a falling knife as at Allahabad bank even as PNB and SBI walk out in the guise of reduced provisions,

The Solicitor General’s resignation might be a significant blip ont he horizon for India baiters and because such a category is waiting in the wings, the intellectual discussion around the government’s decisions pushing thru new ordinances that led to this falling off are likely to be muted and ignored as India Inc and investors look to firm policy moves in the wake of a wasted 2012 for India when it should have been coming in to prominence for its Economy’s staying qualities and instead was largely ignored despite new FDI invitations in aviation and retail

Banknifty is likely to start a new move from 12600 (12654 at 12 noon today) and probably has at least 10% to offer even as ICICI Bank’s opening gambits helped the bankex and banknifty realign losses from weakness in SBI and BOB post BOB results The bull run in DLF is a red flag though and might sour the uptrend as IDFC is rerated down with no moves on Infra financing in wake of the Fisc, though an untenable assumption, being a driving force in irrational investor minds. Reliance Infra and other Anil group companies however would be at the forefront of the markets vertical climb if it happens anytime this week.

For rivate Banks atleast the turn in the economy signifies the rush for CDR is over.

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