Global Indices 12-May Prev_Day Abs. Change
Russell 3000 1,790 1,789 1 0.03
Nasdaq 11,371 11,364 7 0.06
FTSE 7,233 7,348 -114 -1.56
Nikkei 25,749 26,214 -465 -1.77
Hang Seng 19,380 19,825 -444 -2.24
Indian Indices 12-May Prev_Day Abs. Change
S&P BSE Sensex 52,930 54,088 -1,158 -2.14
Nifty 50 15,808 16,167 -359 -2.22
Nifty 100 16,024 16,400 -376 -2.29
Nifty 500 13,465 13,772 -307 -2.23
Nifty Bank 33,532 34,693 -1,161 -3.35
S&P BSE Power 4,310 4,495 -185 -4.11
S&P BSE Small Cap 24,996 25,496 -500 -1.96
S&P BSE HC 21,995 22,280 -284 -1.28
Date P/E Div. Yield P/E Div. Yield
12-May 21.83 1.21 19.87 1.35
Month Ago 25.72 0.96 23.01 1.13
Year Ago 30.88 0.87 29.83 1.00
Nifty 50 Top 3 Gainers
Company 12-May Prev_Day
Indian Oil 122 120 1.37
Wipro 474 472 0.40
NA NA NA NA
Nifty 50 Top 3 Losers Domestic News
Company 12-May Prev_Day
Adani Ports & SEZ 713 760 -6.13
IndusInd Bank 870 923 -5.79
Tata Steel 1118 1166 -4.12
Advance Decline Ratio
Advances 654 408
Declines 2711 1779
Unchanged 82 26
Institutional Flows (Equity)
FII Flows* -147569
MF Flows** 92867
May 2022; **6
YoY(%) Current Year Ago
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Since May-17, MOSPI has revised base year of IIP & WPI from 2004-05 to 2011-12, and for CPI from 2010 to
• Indian equity markets extended the losses with a sharp fall for the fifth
successive days following the global sell-off. Market participants remained
concerned for the as US inflation data hovering around forty years high.
Market participants also remained concerned ahead of the domestic retail
data for April which is expected to soar at eighteen months high.
• Key benchmark indices S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 lost 2.14% and 2.22%
to close at 52,930.31 and 15,808.00 respectively.
• The overall market breadth on BSE was weak with 654 scrips advancing and
2,711 scrips declining. A total of 82 scrips remained unchanged.
• On the BSE sectoral front, all sectors lost. S&P BSE Power was the major
loser, down 4.11%, followed by S&P BSE Utilities and S&P BSE Metal, down
3.9% and 3.75%, respectively. S&P BSE Bankex and S&P BSE Finance lost
3.14% and 3.14% respectively.
• India’s consumer price index-based inflation (CPI) rose to 7.79% in Apr 2022
as against 6.95% in Mar 2022. The CPI rose due to rising food and fuel
prices. Consumer Food Price Index (CFPI) also rose 8.38% as compared to
7.68% in the previous month. Food inflation, that accounts for nearly half
the consumer price index (CPI) basket, remained elevated due to higher
vegetable and cooking oil prices globally. The CPI continued to remain
above the upper limit of RBI's tolerance band.
• India’s Index of industrial output (IIP) grew 1.9% YoY in Mar 2022 as against
24.2% rise in Mar 2021. Mining, manufacturing and electricity sector rose
4%, 0.9% and 6.1% in Mar 2022, respectively, as against growth of 6.1%,
28.4% and 22.5% in Mar 2021. For FY22, industrial output has clocked a
growth of 11.3% as against contraction of 8.4% in FY21.
• The Finance Ministry claims that actions taken by the RBI and the
government will shorten the length of high inflation caused by global
forces. Furthermore, it stated that because aggregate demand is just
gradually recovering, the risk of sustained high inflation is limited.
• According to the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, India's labor force
saw a significant increase in Apr 2022 compared to the previous month, with
88 lakh people joining the workforce, bringing the total to 4.37 crore.
Working-age persons who had been out of the labor force re-entered it last
month, owing to a rise in manufacturing and service positions, according to
• Larsen & Toubro's consolidated net profit increased 10% to Rs. 3,621 crore
in the quarter ended Mar 2022. For FY22, the company's Board of Directors
proposed a final dividend of Rs. 22 per equity share.
• According to Tata Group’s Chairman, the business is planning to start a
battery company in India and abroad as part of its push to develop electric
• Asian markets ended on lower note following a negative cue from Wall
Street overnight as the US Consumer Price Index surged. Meanwhile, market
participants are concern on rising US interest rates and rising inflation.
Today (as on May 13), Asian markets opened on a higher note continuing a
rollercoaster week as investors remain cautious over inflation and the global
economic outlook. Both Nikkei and Hang Seng index rose 1.92% and 1.22%,
respectively (as at 8 a.m. IST).
• European markets plunged amid worries about inflation and fears over
surging interest rates. Worries about the impact of the Ukraine war and the
slowdown in China's economic growth weighed as well.
• U.S. market were little changed after high volatility on worries about U.S.
the Federal Reserve aggressively raising interest rates in an effort to combat