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19 May 2020
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Global Indices
Global Indices 18-May Prev_Day Abs. Change
% Change
#
Russell 3000 1,439 1,405 34 2.43
Nasdaq 9,235 9,015 220 2.44
FTSE 6,049 5,800 249 4.29
Nikkei 20,134 20,037 96 0.48
Hang Seng 23,935 23,797 137 0.58
Indian Indices 18-May Prev_Day Abs. Change
% Change
#
S&P BSE Sensex 30,029 31,098 -1,069 -3.44
Nifty 50 8,823 9,137 -314 -3.43
Nifty 100 9,004 9,321 -316 -3.39
Nifty 500 7,245 7,504 -259 -3.45
Nifty Bank 17,573 18,834 -1,261 -6.69
S&P BSE Power 1,399 1,444 -45 -3.09
S&P BSE Small Cap
10,376 10,689 -313 -2.92
S&P BSE HC 14,901 15,029 -129 -0.86
Date P/E Div. Yield P/E Div. Yield
18-May 18.57 1.26 20.26 1.73
Month Ago 19.16 1.37 20.85 1.64
Year Ago 27.83 1.24 28.44 1.15
Nifty 50 Top 3 Gainers
Company 18-May Prev_Day
% Change
#
Cipla 600 570 5.29
TCS 1946 1893 2.78
Bharti Infratel 207 203 2.27
Nifty 50 Top 3 Losers Domestic News
Company 18-May Prev_Day
% Change
#
IndusInd Bank 377 419 -10.02
Zee Ente. 150 164 -8.95
Eicher Motors 12988 14100 -7.88
Advance Decline Ratio
BSE NSE
Advances 549 390
Declines 1770 1462
Unchanged 160 97
Institutional Flows (Equity)
Description (Cr)
YTD
FII Flows* -40062
MF Flows** 30888
*18
th
May 2020; **13
th
May 2020
Economic Indicator
YoY(%) Current Year Ago
CPI
5.84%
(Mar-20)
2.86%
(Mar-19)
IIP
-16.70%
(Mar-20)
2.70%
(Mar-19)
GDP
4.70%
(Dec-19)
5.60%
(Dec-18)
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Data as on 15 May 2020
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19 May 2020
Since May-17, MOSPI has revised base year of IIP & WPI from 2004-05 to 2011-12, and for CPI from
2010 to 2012
Indian Equity Market
Indices Performance
P/E Dividend Yield
Sensex
Nifty
0.40%
(Dec-19)
5.10%
(Sep-19)
Quarter Ago
Inflow/Outflow
-195
-2511
7.35%
(Dec-19)
Indian equity markets slipped to the negative territory as the stimulus
measures announced by the finance minister, as a part of the government's
Rs 20 trillion economic package, fell short of market expectation.
Additionally, the government's decision to extend the nationwide
lockdown, albeit with some relaxations, till May 31, dented sentiment.
Key benchmark indices S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 lost 3.44% and 3.43%
to close at 30,028.98 and 8,823.25 respectively. S&P BSE MidCap and S&P
BSE SmallCap lost 3.87% and 2.92% respectively.
The overall market breadth on BSE was weak with 549 scrips advancing and
1,770 scrips declining. A total of 160 scrips remained unchanged.
On the BSE sectoral front, S&P BSE IT was the major gainer, up 1.36%
followed by S&P BSE Teck, up 0.53%. S&P BSE Bankex was the major loser,
down 6.69% followed by S&P BSE Finance, down 6.65% and S&P BSE Auto,
down 5.51%.
The finance minister said the government would amend the Insolvency and
Bankruptcy Code (IBC) to exempt debt incurred during coronavirus
outbreak and to postpone all fresh resolution filings for up to a year. The
government will provide an additional Rs. 40,000 crore allocation for the
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA)
for FY21, allowing states to borrow up to 5% of the existing 3% gross
domestic product (GSDP) and privatize public sector enterprises (PSEs) in
non-strategic sectors as part of a new strategy for such units.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has advised custodians
and banks to alert the regulator of any change in ‘beneficial ownership’ of
foreign portfolio investors (FPI) that has links to China. The guidance
suggests that the regulator is keeping close watch over any change in
ultimate investor control or ownership of offshore funds.
According to a report, the combined fiscal deficit of the centre and states
will likely be at 12% of the gross domestic product (GDP) because of the
recent economy boosting initiatives, and higher borrowings by States to
control COVID-19 emergencies.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) released a fresh set of guidelines under
which the government revoked its order directing employers to pay wages
to workers, even with units remaining closed during lockdown.
Asian markets rose, backed by optimism over gradual reopening of
businesses around the world, which also helped investors shrug off worries
over a renewed trade row between U.S. and China. Today (as on May 19),
markets traded higher, tracking overnight gains in the Wall Street. Both
Nikkei and Hang Seng are up 2.27% and 2.35%, respectively (as at 8.a.m.
IST).
European markets went up on hopes of more stimulus from governments
and central banks, and optimism about a potential coronavirus vaccine
sometime soon.
U.S. markets rose after an American bio-technology firm reported "positive"
phase one results for a potential coronavirus vaccine.
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