Nifty opened with positive gap of almost 50 points in yesterday’s trade but failed to sustain at higher levels. Profit booking was seen in banking, realty, oil&gas, cement and pharma sector that dragged indices in negative zone and thereafter for entire session nifty traded in narrow band of 30-40 points with no clear direction and finally closed with gain of 6 points.
- Fresh short positions were initiated in nifty and bank nifty fut. in yesterday session from higher levels. Nifty fut added almost 1.55 lakh shares in OI and premium reduced to 30 points from 62 a day before.
- Long unwinding pressure was seen in telecom, realty, cement, textile and tyre sector, Major profit booking was seen in stokcs like rcom, hdil, icil, wockpharma, m&mfin and havells.
- Short accumulation was seen in banking, infra, oil marketing and nbfc sector. Eichemot, torntpower, bpcl, muthootfin, gsfc and canbk were some of the stocks that added fresh shorts.
- Selected buying interest was seen in stocks like tvsmotor, tataelxsi, dishtv, jisljaleqs, techm and wipro.
Markets are expected to open on flat note in today session and thereafter will continue to trade in narrow band of 10400-10490 levels. On higher side call writing at 10500-10600 strike option will act as stiff supply zone for indices whereas put writing at 10300 will prove as strong support for nifty in short term.
Script Action Initiation Target SL
WIPRO BUY Around 310 324 304
WOCKPHARMA SELL Below 900 870 916
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