India Morning Report: And it is clear thru to 6250 from here?

Most short strangle/ straddles would be in profit to have exited and is you have been a bit late you should close out here because the markets are going to have a position either way, mostly likely trying to forget the break between 6100 and 6250 as markets have been given the mandate to a new bull run, which might well start around 6250 again. For a change both networks are carrying investor conferences, apparently not the same but more importantly, the post budget rush to 6100 (more like 6150 ) came yesterday and was backed by real flows, the current levels thus likely to have fully bought in leaving a new index level before the argument over the direction for India starts, global equities being decided on the up.

The bet o f going short on the S&P500 is not necessarily linked to the single up move in Emerging markets and while the longs in Emerging markets continue, the shorts on the S&P will either become OTM hedges or extinguished as US markets also resume an uptrend

An INR 12.7 Tln expenditure budget is fair enough but the optimism allowed to him on tax revenues from a recovering India economy is likely to have brokerages just the right busy for traders and speculators to remain ahead on the risk trades  before being called out by their analysts. For example, yesterdays dissection of each such number as a “little too optimistic” finally seems to have gone unheard as it should in a believable bull segment. However, despite our India story being better than China, a sscal e of 10X will likely apply in comparing flows to the two markets alone and India will be able to win that argument for $10 Bln every quarter.

ITC, Bharti are not overvalued in the Consumer space. We cannnot see value in the HUL trade whose markets have matured in India. Other consumption stories never scaled anyway and that therefore is the limitation of investing in Indias FMCG story except the ‘other’ 2010 winners as titan and ttk remain down and the domino’s pizza is no longer the story as expected after the DD ride, showing up the absence of a secular market and pizza hut coming back out in investments despite the Dominos’ 65% share (Jubilant Foods)

Bajaj Auto may not have substantial price cuts that have  shown on the radar for Hero after the budget giveaway

There seem to be big earnings leftovers with DLF and ABB following on , ETNow catching them for a change, but one understands that CNBC mode better, having ignored these latecomers and even penalised them. Its definitely my strategy with such presenters. DLF has a 60% higher sales revenues , with or without their main contribution this quarter from the sale of Aman Resorts as costs remain high for the real estate company

IDFC, YES, PNB and ICICI correct after yesterday’s rush for buying the select list while shorts on Kotak lead the cut in all such Financial stocks. I will look to shorts jumping SBI again, but probably waiting to coalesce th ebull candles into a stronger up force. PNB is coasting at 540 post a week long correction mode after a day’s ibig wins in the post analysis.

LIC Housing is probably as good for the medium term as the Power NBFCs, all the 4-5 stocks at the bottom of their range and Sundaram and the Gold NBFCs unlikely tpo o be competitively buoyant. Axis Bank would support Bank shorts as Kotak and thus Bank remains available as a short hedge too. Cipla and Lupin present a new problem as they continue to activate a bundle of no good stocks they were partnered with in their defensive mode and are not trading bets as they reach the top of their range near 450 and 1200. There is no secular run in metals, none in construction and Tata Steel remains a buy with the auto stocks without Tata Motors or the Unitechs and the HDILs

Modi is looking at some obvious chinks in his own armor as he stands on a half poant English speaking tour, showing up equally worse off in Oratory as Rahul, but looking comfortable with one new round of Desi dose goevrnance for India Inc

From my end, Chidambaram was more than right in showing UPA’s 8.4% and 6.6% 5 year periods ( 4 year periods) against the 6.2% average, but apparently there are not enough Financially literate voters around, despite the preoccupation with growth

 

 

India Morning Report: There is no hope trade in sight

But I’d say keep accumulating as the indices break through a critical 6000 mark. Many blue chips, like in global markets offer extreme value in buys even as the speculative trade fails to take off on a delayed recovery.  Gujarat’s downfall over the small matter of a receding poverty line not helping the cause of the markets rich BJP is a puerile coincidence for the markets, but correspondingly there is no Congress faction left in the markets to buno the tanabana, Markets selling the stable BJP proposition backing out for an increased negative momentum(undesirably sharp)  on the downward side

The IT trade coming into profit taking for the almost first time except for a pre results redenomination, there ae buyers out there who are ok with the premium on Infy to a low 3475 market price and HCL Tech is good for a move of Rs 100 or more. Thus if all sectors move together like the Tuesday open, markets could see almost unheard of hlevels receding to 2012 levels no longer required by the New Dolla r prices. That also means these exits will cascade the Rupee even as it holds at 62.50 to 63 levels , that being a new fresh level for the currency. However it is still possible that with DIIs coming back as markets sell off that the gradual sell off can indeed turnaround and complete the prophesied ( by certan others , also old hands) pre election rally in India. The sell trade on ITC will likely never exit 290 levels an such picks abound with limited downside even in the correction which will confuse buyers into making losing commitments so a wait and watch is necessary. F&O markets return back to index only specials and i the downmove is to be arrested by Vols at 14 this will be a small enough move, but that is unlikely leaving vols (India Vix) ranging between 14 and 16 till the first buyers return whence new VIX levels would only see increasing volatility

However as we were stock specific going up and DIIs look for bargains to pick up pieces, there are gaps in how the markets will rebuild momentum most buyers holding on to prior 2013 selections including the new Aurobindo and Sun Pharma trades( a great defensive for mopping up your prop liquidity) in IDFC at 90, ICICI Bank almost ready at 930 levels ( the next levels are around 871), Yes Bank ( bottom at 267 will likely not reach the same so accumulating should be ready  – like a dark pool premium),  Bajaj Auto, ITC, Bharti and no – not ttk and titan currently as there is much more going down in that specific market despite the penchant of the self funded margin traders in our domestic brokerages like Angel, SMC and Centrum including the overlap with commodities wealth accounts. There will be no dlf trade north, none in Jubilant foods, titan or ttk and none in HDIL or unitech much later. Axis Bank’s orphaned again being misused in the prior rallies, leaving nay of the F&O speculators heading there at great risk from those targeting their brand of stupidity after getting on the right investments. Trading as a game may try not to suffer though sharp bear phases and quick bull recoveries are not ruled out with brokers and traders living the cricket dictum of well left alone even for great value picks in Midcaps The trades are mostly in Spreads, Bear spreads in your choice made by buying Puts at the just OTM (ATM-OTM>= 0) and selling a lower put to part fund the trade. Bull spreads, which wold be due n a couple of weeks, go bought Call just OTM (ITM-OTM>=0) which reflects better liquidity as well and thus better premiums, and partly funded by distant OTM Calls ( nly one or two will have  tested and liquid quotes where you do not pay excess liquidity spreads)

 

India Morning Report: Predictably rational in the face of regional panic

Coulda’ Woulda’ Arvind Mayaram FDI, Note extinguishing before 2005 (25%) and others

While Goldman Sachs may have repeatedly missed good calls for the search for a political establishment in India, India per se knows better, discounting global EM troubles with considerable ease even as the Rupee inched up to 63. India should also probably try and make a bottom for the markets around 6200 itself, correcting SGX Nifty in those regular moves every year as EM withdrawals again translate into a wonderful opportunity for the second half of the year and India leading the hopefuls in market performance with fund investors probably again going to China and other markets just for rueing the missed opportunity? However that may eventually turn out, the Rupee faces considerable pressure and the RBI policy , a non event as expected, would not definitely reduce the pressure on the Currency. The worst culprit would be the deficit ridden Yen, apparently stimulus itself having lost momentum after month 1 last year having never come back. The second month of a huge trading deficit would imply that BOJ’s encouraging monthly perusal of the Economy just encouraged bond investors into JGBs and they are going strong for now.

There are not really ready funds/positions that can be withdrawn in this rally in India that apparently not just broke stride but flattened all kinks in the new year. Seriously for those feeding the panic though, Ranbaxy? buy trades? honesty now..Similarily failing countries facing high risk of default only count Turkey, Ukraine and Argentina, Venezuela and before that Brazil and Russia having recently faded from trading memories , dataless on India without trading in its bonds counting to CDS data yet, Korea similarily trading a very liquid 70 bp

Sensex is safe at 20800 levels and the Nifty safer at 6100 levels but that is almost totally out of the ball park if and only if markets are actually waiting for Foreign investors to reward India immediately for behaving stoically, which hoefully will not be the case when we close the week on Friday. Global market commentary should see those countin gHousehold debt abd Card spending in sovereign leverage counts receding again in 2014 but Student Loa mounds remain avalable high peak panic buttons back in the US.

Meanwhile Indian cash equities should continue to see accumulation, we still continuing in IDFC, Yes, ICICI Bank and ITC, Bajaj Auto and Bharti. GMR and infracos continue to deleverage and the rising valuations may not be able to bail them out before they complete that deleveraging extending the government’s troubles in looking at Public Private options for financing infrastructure, ever falling behind. The fiscal is already expected to come at 5.4% and is likely to improve from there, that unfed hope being snuffed out in this move on the Rupee( as expected , Turkey and some other currencies have already followed double digit losses after the yen refused to go back below 105 ( to 110)

Tickker updates before 9:30 am include Glenmark not revising guidance (debt at $500mln) and launching Crofelemer and all of Goldman’s merrymen could muster in their five years of India sponsored India bashing was to shuck out one Opto circuits from te ile, having bought 26% stake in the same.

We regret Karl Slym’s death as reported in the Morning headlines. Stay away from F&O baniding of the index and the 6000/6100 puts are no where being fully priced to write/sell safely

Bank Policy Tuesday would likely show india flows an economic condition stabilising with a health Liquidity position and no threats to the CAD with WI likely to fall again post policy on ag gained from the Vegetable price drop in November

Glenmark’s up 4% on 10 am trades (featured EarningsTalk/cxotalk on ET Now)

India Morning Report: The gradual Taper encourages a rally, India indescribable yet?

English: Skyline of Mumbai from across Back Bay.
English: Skyline of Mumbai from across Back Bay. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

India seems to be locking itself into a no man’s land as the nations punters join the global hordes celebrating the slow Taper on Bernanke’s going away announcements yesterday. ET Now in the meantime has continued with finding obscure (GRE: obfuscation..) commentators on key event dates. CNBC 18 wins again. The issue we are raising is at a different dimension(d-axis) than the assumed obstinacy to be different or that of even the fundamentals of a recovery being spelled differently this side of the Himalayas.

Meanwhile what is looking risky even as Asia applauds the thinking behind the taper, that India’s currency markets try the haywire trade still hoping for an aftermath in the Rupee as the Rupee opens to 62.30 levels. Equities will start the day at 6250 levels and while others posit a rannge of 6200-6350 , the day might yet spring a surprise or two before noon trades. Anyway equities are back above 6200 and GMR is back among large bidders even as they exit Istanbul. Also, NSEL promoters in J Shah and Financial Technologies have been duly censured and MCX would soon be owned buy another consortium of Indian Institutions. Taper could have been abslutely a non news in the Indian currency markets too and the open quotes are a sign that shallow trading costs a lot in adverse selection prmiums to the currency’s bid ask spread.

HDFC Bank’s application for  increasing FII limits to 49% pends with Axis Bank’s application for a relaxation in a similar ceiling and both will be leading bullish plays today.  Assuming that currency markets just wanted to explore the possibility of a significant negative impact of global liquidity being withdrawn , India’s preeminence as a investing destination in the new post crisis world stands. The $34 Bln in FCNR deposits aart, because the Infrastructure situation in the country is unlikely to improve from current vies of coalition governments even for the BJP, the risk remains that India investments will remain confined to a NDF market in currency , smalleer Indiab Bull boutiques with no presence otherwise and at best at 50% of the pace China specific and China sympathetic investments in South East Asia. Singapore and Korea too are not looking for more than a flagship investment or two to artner with India in ther growth run. However, none of that impacts the fundamentals of India Inc and the rally we have outlined since August is rel and given US and European Banks and institutions will increasingly be constrained in the coming months given other investment and Capital constraints, or the recalcitrant DIIs recognising any new levels, Real investors have to sustain this rally, neither retail nor from OECD institutions.

The Yen also got a boost from the Taper trade, while India and other trade partners have increased trade with China in the last few months over its traditional partners as both Industry growth charters in China including European imports and Resource exports from Australia and Brazil have been sidelined in the build up to lower trade surpluses and higher retail growth expanding not just Landrover but also our franchises from Cotton and Agri exports and a new market for Management and Consulting Services in China and South East Asia.

The Taper past ( it will last till September 2014) and India starting on a recovery path, markets have to recognise the Depth in India as speculators continue to keep coming back to old favorites that were not more than tangentially aligned to the new Global equations like the frog that sips back everytime he succeeds in taking a new step or two to get out of the well

11 AM Update: (I agree with SS on CNBC 18 again), One should just wait out the falling knives and start buying towards the close of day today after 1400 hrs instead of the rush to sell 6200 calls or especially Axis and ICICI Bank Calls which are well worth buying (ATM) 

Fixed Income markets contrary to expectations of the 8.75% yield on the Ten year bond losing again because of Fiscal impacts in the last quarter of the year, may in fact move back behind 8.5% lines as Spending cuts materialise to balance out the missing $$$ in Rvenues and Disinvestment charges ( which may still come out on top) However equity indices will depend on only inflows into the select basket of scrips including Bharti and ITC in FMCG and IDFC , ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and YES Bank, or other midcap selections outside earlier.  The Power NBFC trading range for example is a very wonderful opportunity for those willing to wait and watch on India.

Indian Pharma seems to be retaining market interest as $200 mm molecules have more than a dozen opportunities every year in a 2012-2016 period even after the first few Big patents have come and gone as more than 30 $ 5 bln patents expire. Teva’s first few generic applications being rejected upholding current patents in the USA may also not stop them from coming out on the winning side in revenues on the vast US market opportunity, while  Indian domestic business is still less than $10 Bln and probably can grow 5-6 times from here.

Banknifty has a bottom at 11200 so today’s snap southward may not hold after 1400 hours in closing trades before the last session of the week tomorrow. Gold swipes big losses in today’s trade as the Global liquidity shrinkage impacts runaway trades in Precious metals led by Gold and one assumes even Crude and Real Estate markets at least outside the USA. However, even limited trading volumes for importers, ne does not expect India investors allowing anyone here a win with significant short trades in the metal. International prices of Gold may well breach the $1000 per pound mark. They are currently trading at $1200 post taper announcements.

 

India Morning Report: Bajaj Auto reaffirms successful transformation in September sales

Rajan Bharti Mittal, Vice Chairman & Manag...
Rajan Bharti Mittal, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, Bharti Enterprises, at the 2010 Horasis Global India Business Meeting (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Sell Heromoto, Buy Bajaj Auto – A pair unheard in India trades till 2007, post crisis we have seen it win since 2011 and have been telling our investors. Of course September’s 367,000 unit sales could well have taken the sheen off festive season in October but the bigger news is that the company feels good enough about a price hike of up to INR 5000 and export markets have responded well, as he just quoted examples spanning Nigeria (46,000), Kenya and Uganda. Its RE60 may well survive most objections in India for an introduction before 2015 but even if there are hurdles, the company is protecting profit margins and market share in an uncertain situation.

 

September may in fact have seen sales being advanced from the festive season because of an extremely dull prognosis and Indian consumers are diving off consumer staples brands in general. However, one feels that this current secondary upsurge in inflation/WPI may well see better realisations and hence profits from price starved staples companies and so the queasiness around ITC and Bharti”s retail foray may well serve to mark the return of Dabur,Marico and these two bigwigs itself as results show better profits and earnings growth , any positive number would be  consistent with market expectations not th double digit growth consensus reached  earlier in the year. As for Bajaj Auto itself, it is protected from flagging sales year on year in festive October as it is going through with  new launch of Discover whose sales make up for it

 

Meanwhile, the market took 5750 /5800 levels as a sign to return to performing PSU Banks but with the punters preferring sinking ships earlier, the take off in PSU banks thu PNB and Bank of India is rather subdued even as Private sector banks make almost one off corrections between yesterday’s F&O buys and today’s trading.  Th incremental AD ratio of 83% actually is rather standard for India Banks as Deposits proceed to grow at 14% behind credit recovering to 18% thus meaning the RBI will be instead under increasing pressure to conduct OMOs even as banks hang on to over INR 150,000 crores (INR 1.5 T) in overnight borrowing from the Central Bank, washing off any advantage except the sentimental from reversing of more tightening measures in the October policy.

 

The Rupee pirouettes around 62 levels again but Gold prices in India falling , accepting the global prognosis sounds ominous for subdued growth in 2014 as well apart from meaning better diversification and disssemination of global fund allocations even post Tapering at least in equities, markets having taen to bonds again in the interim till the schedule for the Taper becomes clear.(Duct tape now that Octaper is almost certainly gone- Duct tape = December Taper)

The new ABCs of Indian stocks, listed as Asian Paints, BHEL and Coal India figred among those fastest and strongest in the rally to 5800. All three stocks have however lost their leadership of trends as 2 of the 3 fall into sectors creating corporate goevrnance hols and braking India’s development cycle prematurely. Nifty meanwhile keeps catching up wth the air gap creatd by its futures moving faster in the morning (bigger premium) in turn as Singapore Nifty reaffirmed no investors had left and moved quickly to 5850 and higher levels. The rally will again falter around 6000 levels and as the fight gets dirtier its better to dig your heels into the better stocks we listed including YEs, IDFC, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Tata Global if ineed Starbucks follows thrgh with the plan to ramp up outlets to more than 200 this year

 

 

 

 

India Morning Report: The Question is if the Rupee has bottomed out

Full bloom
Full bloom (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

By all visible indicators of technicals, as can be seen in a shallow traded currency, the Rupee has bottomed out before hitting 63 levels after a sellfest/beatdown on Tuesday. There was no edition of the India Morning Report yesterday, but he essentials of the currency , awaiting selling pressure to find out sustainable levels, are that it will look for another step in its recovery after a potentially false decline in value since the Fed pronouncements in May.

 

 

 

Yet, we have noted that the Rupee seldom responds to Global up moves, like caused by the current global lowering of Oil price targets with any substantive moves without buyers in the currency. The Rupee thus will go back to 61 levels only from here. IF the Rupee does move back that brings blue chips and banks selling at value back in the limelight.

 

 

 

The equities moved north yesterday till they corrected mid-session and today’s move essentially will be another recovery towards 5950 levels and beyond though one is not sure that will just help F&O bulls unwind from sold puts to leave the September series wide open or bring back the bulls which is likely if the currency recovery gains steam in the afternoon. Crude has fallen further to 103 levels overnight and Brent is close to 106 levels as peace talks resume with Iran

 

Unfortunately without a catch up from banks esp the Private sector Banks, the return  of buyers into the market is now more or less questionable and that is one of the two or three big waiting games developing in market circles.

Lupin’s new deal in the USA seems oto be a sales and marketing arrangement that adds directly to the topline. Its mainline US market drug Antara has just gone generic and the company seems happy it has recovered lost sales on that front

 

 

 

Discussions on the Tata Motors’ domestc valuation being recovered by JLR $12 Bln valuation escaped some of my notice ut overall, Telco has hardly shown any change despite the blatant push in sentiment by buyers. Tata Steel remains a much better buy for 2014. In commodities, Dr Copper follows Oil south on the charts as the return of China’s production led demand fails  to rejuvenaate the sentiment as expected by us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

India Morning Report: No Taper and Nifty on to 6100 levels

A rather unexpected reticence by the Fed, allowed Global markets to uncoil their expectations of a taper and the Indian Rupee opened at its best price of INR 61.5 today barely hours after the announcement. the shorts on banks disappeared overnight as did the opportunity in depreciation lit IT with the Banknifty finally moving 650 od d points to above 11000 today and the 7% increase in ICICI Bank to 14% in Yes Bank possibly still allowing steam in the rally to 6300+ levels and a long awaited rally in the banks with the liquidity measures likely to go away. (what if there’s no taper?)

Apart from the bigger damage to shorts on Banks, the rally has caught most by surprise and thus some may wait out for lower levels to start again, but stopping market enthusiasm at 6080 levels itself is likly to fail with the momentum of the event generated uncoiling allowing immediate 6300 levels. Also the taper remains on the horizon for the US Fed as it tries to tackle the question from a new structural cap to growth in the US and the  Rupee may be allowed to break below  to erase the damage since May

F1 Australia Grand Prix - Thursday
F1 Australia Grand Prix – Thursday (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Indian yields are back to 8.16% levels. ITC and  Bharti have continued investor fueled upmoves at 350 levels, while Sun Pharma and ONGC and the Energy companies rebound to 2010 levels. Investors also found the chances to get back into Hero Honda and Maruti, both of which may easily by rejected later for Bajaj Auto in the Auto/Two wheeler sector

The Rupee might close a little lower but above 62 till 4pm and in RBI trades after.

India Morning Report: It’s Monday and all’s upsy daisy in waiting

The Indian Rupee opened near 62.50 levels, a 2% jump from Friday levels well likely to follow last week’s 2.5% crawlback and the prospects of a bleary liquidity hit SuperFed becoming a scrawnyScrooge MadFed retraced as Larry Summers gave in to a Democratic caucus on the Banking Committee, incl Liz Warren and withdrew presumably in favor of Janet Yellen in the Fed changeover. The Fed will go ahead with Tapering as planned and that news is in by Wednesday. Indian Markets of course are then going to take the opportunity to break away from the global correlation and set a few ground rules for an Indian recovery. The WPI at near 6% again and the continuing pressures of the CAD and Bank reforms are likely to cause markets some sleepless nights too ahead on the turn. But before that a 6000-run as promised is nigh and mostly the mark would even be hit in today’s session itself in late afternoon trading given the Rupee level jumps are not adequately referenced in the 70-point Nifty jump in the pre open

Banks , even the lagging PSU Banks are finally in the limelight and the resulting breadth available to buyers is likely to be good tidings for the market. Reforms in the G-Sec market may well continue as caps on FIIs even without auctions are much easier today and probably reflective of the real appetite for Indian debt at $25Bln G secs and $45 Bln corporate debt now allowed to QFIs

LIC Housing is back in the news but if its that banking licence then one is not sure it is right for the market recovery esp with the 80-20 disbursal rule out of action. IDFC may be done with shorts and Power NBFCs may be ahead in the lead. As more debt reforms pick up steam and remaining restrictions on G–debt are removed, it is likely the NBFC sector’s institutions will also increase in priority for the markets. As of now effectively there is only one on the run (lquid, current) 10 year security available and it is issued by the RBI.

Really, though markets are up the traders’ picks on networks could point to the list of mid-caps just likely to gain from the liquidity rush and may not reflect any real fundamentals and is probably sign that these low mid caps list in the traders favorites needs to be changed more frequently. Notably, Voltas, Jindal Steel, UCO and Union Bank, Future Ventres and NHPC are probably candidates for non performance and “no results” in their respective sectors and will be trgeted wins as market favorites because today nothing can go wrong for the pro traders. But many other pro traders now would pick the over NBFCs and other good picks not at variancce with what Foreign desks have also short listed in the last four – five years

 

India Morning Report: The Capital Goods chimera fools no one

Markets settled in to a subdued Friday even as the now almost regular double feature jump in Capital Goods sub indices in the IIP caused IIP to flare up to a 2.6% closelt following June’s 1.8% growth. Though the jump in Core industries reported last week too signifes a likely higher mark for GDP than the June bottom, the jump in IIP itself needs to be ignored with care as the Capital Goods number in the positive is now habitually likely followed by an equally sharpp negative in the August series when it is reported next month or at least before the October festivities mask production growth, if any For those interested, such volatile jumps are a regular in the Durables orders data series in the US and the component of Aircraft orders for example is thus repored separately rather diligently than a black box number up 5% once and -5% the next month almost without reason

Industry investments are not back and thus markets have given in to high PCRs (Put Call Ratios) retreating to 5800 levels in the Friday Morning trade. .Another consumption major McDonalds and on assumes the continuing saga of Walmart signify strained battle lines between Global majors and those who know India at the helm, all in the name of corruption and many other equally obvious slogans India panders to in the global arena ( Without being best at any) Connaught Plaza, seemingly owns not many restaurants and McDonalds obviously as always wants to be unfair while buying out reality partners an moving to another hase of growth,. The valuation battle will be difficult to disengage for any private company but a $100 mln ballpark looks more  feasible than the company sponsored $10 or $300 mln valuations and it is going to be a long battle. Walmart too is apparently not driven by valuation in its current revisit of the decision to Invest in India, at stake the Best Price business with $500 mln turnover and a prospective equity buy in Easy Day which will allow Walmart to become a household name in India

The Rupee is not getting any sponsors this week beyond the 64 mark, but with indices nearer 5750 or 5800 n Monday, it might be another bullish week of te Indian Rupee making up to the benchmark EM currency moves which are more than 10% smaller than India’s 25% move since May 21 in the absence of any buying or sustained investment into the Indian Economy

India’s Mid Cap IT like KIT and MindTree could probably use his time to gainfully grow in size but Enterprise space growth is definitely overdone for them and bigwig Indian outsourcing. IBM is exiting India CRM (Voice) centres too but in a misguided bid to grow portfolio profitability without a synergistic picture as is the Elephant’s wont.

Power NBFCs started the week well an may well help the banks lead Indian equities into the 6300+ zone as the dismal days are following a very standard script and business could be booming before you know it without improving the Savings rate at an all time low of 30% currently

BTW, the PMO mentioned most PSEs (94%) have hit the Capex targets for the June quarter and Government expenditure, well targeted could keep us generating that sub 4% peg of growth on which Private sector investment may build. It’s a long weekend though and Oil could also be at a much lower level on Monday

 

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