Global Indices
Global Indices 19-Apr Prev_Day Abs. Change
% Change
Russell 3000 2,095 2,114 -18 -0.86
Nasdaq 13,915 14,052 -138 -0.98
FTSE 7,000 7,020 -19 -0.28
Nikkei 29,685 29,683 2 0.01
Hang Seng 29,106 28,970 136 0.47
Indian Indices 19-Apr Prev_Day Abs. Change
% Change
S&P BSE Sensex 47,949 48,832 -883 -1.81
Nifty 50 14,359 14,618 -258 -1.77
Nifty 100 14,513 14,773 -260 -1.76
Nifty 500 12,076 12,298 -222 -1.80
Nifty Bank 31,208 31,977 -769 -2.41
S&P BSE Power 2,381 2,452 -71 -2.91
S&P BSE Small Cap 20,674 21,019 -344 -1.64
S&P BSE HC 23,106 23,007 99 0.43
Date P/E Div. Yield P/E Div. Yield
19-Apr 32.79 0.82 32.12 1.00
Month Ago 34.71 0.72 40.16 1.08
Year Ago 19.16 1.37 20.85 1.64
Nifty 50 Top 3 Gainers
Company 19-Apr Prev_Day
% Change
Dr.Reddy 4968 4893 1.53
Britannia Industries Limited 3743 3697 1.25
Cipla 946 938 0.88
Nifty 50 Top 3 Losers Domestic News
Company 19-Apr Prev_Day
% Change
Adani Ports & SEZ 721 756 -4.57
Power Grid 201 210 -4.12
ONGC 103 107 -3.96
Advance Decline Ratio
Advances 742 380
Declines 2243 1598
Unchanged 187 72
Institutional Flows (Equity)
Description (Cr)
FII Flows* 50354
MF Flows** -25755
Apr 2021; **16
Apr 2021
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Quarter Ago
Indian equity markets fell sharply, resulting from across the board selling
triggered by strong second wave of COVID-19 in the country. The second
wave has cast a cloud over economic growth and earnings outlook going
ahead. The steady rise in COVID-19 test positivity cases and the constant
decline in recovery rates are areas of serious concern.
Key benchmark indices S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 lost 1.81% and 1.77%
to close at 47,949.42 and 14,359.45 respectively.
The overall market breadth on BSE was weak with 742 scrips advancing and
2,243 scrips declining. A total of 187 scrips remained unchanged.
On the BSE sectoral front, S&P BSE Healthcare was the only gainer, up
0.43%. S&P BSE Realty was the major loser, down 3.96% followed by S&P
BSE Capital Goods, down 3.09% and S&P BSE Power, down 2.91%.
The Government of India announces liberalised & accelerated Phase 3
strategy of COVID-19 vaccination from May 1, 2021. Vaccination is available
to those over the age of 18. For all vaccines produced in India, a 50% supply
to the government and a 50% supply to another channel will be applied
According to a consultancy firm, companies' working capital management
has been affected by the pandemic, which has pushed top-500 listed
companies' cash periods out by six days. As per the consultancy company,
the cash-to-cash period in India increased by 6 days year over year in the 12
months ended Sep 30, 2020.
According to a major credit rating agency, securitisation volumes increased
to around Rs. 40,000 crore in the quarter ended Mar 2021, the highest in all
of FY21. Despite this increase, securitisation volumes fell short of the
psychological Rs. 1 lakh crore mark in FY21, compared to nearly Rs. 1.9 lakh
crore in the previous two fiscals.
Bajaj Consumer Care Ltd reported over two-fold growth in consolidated net
profit at Rs. 54.67 crore for quarter ended Mar 31, 2021 as against net
profit of Rs. 23.29 crore for quarter ended Mar 31, 2020. Its revenue from
sale of goods was higher at Rs. 244.86 crore as against Rs. 172 crore in the
year-ago period.
ACC Limited reported 74% rise in consolidated net profit to Rs. 563 crore in
the quarter ended Mar 2021 due to increased revenues that rose 23% to
Rs. 4,213 crore from the same period last year.
Asian markets witnessed a mixed trend as positive vibes generated from
upbeat economic data from U.S., released last week, was neutralised by
concerns over recent surge in COVID-19 cases worldwide. Today (as on Apr
20), markets are trading mixed ahead of the release of China’s latest
benchmark lending rate. Both Nikkei and Hang Seng are down 1.75% and
0.57% (as at 8:00 AM IST), respectively.
European markets largely closed in the red with investors tracking updates
on coronavirus infections and vaccine rollouts.
U.S. markets closed in the red as weakness in the technology sector
weighed on the broader market. Worries about the spikes in coronavirus
cases in several countries also raised uncertainty about the pace of global
economic recovery.
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FII Derivative Trade Statistics
(Rs Cr) Buy
Sell Open Int.
Index Futures 4857.22 4802.52 14868.77
Index Options 245564.54 242436.64 94618.81
Stock Futures 12341.74 11292.62 95494.01
Stock Options 14475.95 14679.87 18285.11
Total 277239.45 273211.65 223266.70
19-Apr Prev_Day
Put Call Ratio (OI) 1.20 1.38 -0.18
Put Call Ratio(Vol) 0.89 0.94 -0.05
19-Apr Wk. Ago Mth. Ago
Year Ago
Call Rate 3.23% 3.20% 3.25% 4.24%
T-Repo 3.22% 3.19% 3.28% 2.40%
Repo 4.00% 4.00% 4.00% 4.40%
Reverse Repo 3.35% 3.35% 3.35% 3.75%
91 Day T-Bill 3.32% 3.33% 3.30% 3.89%
364 Day T-Bill 3.71% 3.74% 3.77% 4.00%
10 Year Gilt 6.08% 6.01% 6.18% 6.35%
G-Sec Vol. (Rs.Cr) 25408 24707 31097 38886
FBIL MIBOR 3.44% 3.44% 3.45% 4.58%
3 Month CP Rate 3.60% 3.70% 3.70% 6.00%
5 Year Corp Bond 6.56% 6.29% 6.65% 7.01%
1 Month CD Rate 3.23% 3.48% 3.44% 4.20%
3 Month CD Rate 3.34% 3.35% 3.50% 4.46%
1 Year CD Rate 3.96% 3.99% 4.40% 5.27%
Currency 19-Apr Prev_Day
USD/INR 74.88 74.56 0.32
GBP/INR 103.76 102.44 1.32
EURO/INR 89.61 89.19 0.42
JPY/INR 0.69 0.68 0.01
Commodity 19-Apr Wk Ago
Mth. Ago
Year Ago
NYMEX Crude($/bl) 63.28 59.65 61.39 18.26
Brent Crude($/bl) 66.25 62.42 63.23 16.14
Gold( $/oz) 1769 1733 1745 1684
Gold(Rs./10 gm) 47475 46397 44788 40989
Source: Refinitiv
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Nifty Apr 2021 Futures stood at 14,374.15, a premium of 14.70 points
above the spot closing of 14,359.45. The turnover on NSE’s Futures and
Options segment rose to Rs. 30,83,299.97 crore on April 19, 2021,
compared with Rs. 21,70,508.86 crore on April 16, 2021.
The Put-Call ratio stood at 0.84 compared with the previous session’s close
of 0.88.
The Nifty Put-Call ratio stood at 1.2 compared with the previous session’s
close of 1.38.
Open interest on Nifty Futures stood at 12.29 million, compared with the
previous session’s close of 12.95 million.
Bond yields were almost unchanged as market participants remained
cautious and remained wary of taking positions as an unprecedented surge
in Covid-19 infections led to more lockdowns in India.
Yield on the 10-year benchmark paper (5.85% GS 2030) fell 1 bps to close at
at 6.08% from the previous close of 6.09% after moving in a range of 6.07%
to 6.09%.
RBI conducted the auction of state development loans of four State
Governments (tenor 10 & 30 years) for a notified amount of Rs. 3250 crore,
which was completely accepted. The cut off yield stood in the range of
6.82% to 6.85%.
Banks borrowed Rs. 210 crore under the central bank’s marginal standing
facility on Apr 16, 2021 compared to that of Apr 15, 2021 when banks
borrowed Rs. 180 crore.
The Indian rupee recorded its steepest single-day fall against the U.S. dollar
in nearly two weeks, as a continuous rise in coronavirus infections in India
raised worries of stricter restrictions and a delay in economic recovery.
Euro rose against the U.S. dollar after the U.S. Federal Reserve reiterated its
view that any spike in inflation was likely to be short lived.
Gold prices fell due to an increase in yield of U.S. Treasuries which weighed
on the non-yielding bullion’s appeal.
Brent crude prices rose on the back of a weaker greenback.
According to data by the European Central Bank, eurozone’s current
account surplus accounted to EUR 26 billion in Feb 2021 as against EUR 35
billion surplus in Jan 2021.
According to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan’s industrial
production fell 1.3% MoM in Feb 2021. On a yearly basis, industrial
production fell 2% in Feb 2021.
According to data from Eurostat, eurozone’s construction output fell 2.1%
MoM in Feb 2021 as against 0.8% rise in Jan 2021.
According to the Ministry of Finance, Japan reported trade surplus of 663.7
billion yen in Mar 2021 following the downwardly revised 215.9 billion yen
surplus in Feb 2021.
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