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Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses

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Stock Market Highlights: Indian equity benchmarks Sensex and Nifty50 made a comeback on Tuesday following four days of losses. Strength in oil & gas, financial and metal shares led the rebound in the headline indices. Broader markets also rebounded, with the midcap and smallcap indices jumping nearly two percent each. Latent View Analytics shares made a strong market debut, listing at a premium over its issue price. Paytm shares jumped, bringing some relief to investors after its shares continued to decline following a weak listing.

Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
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  • Market At Close | Bharti Airtel rises 2% after brokerages raise target price following tariff hike

    Here are some highlights: 

    --Nifty Bank gains 144 points to 37,273; midcap index rises 534 points to 30,865

    --Bharti Airtel rises over 2% after brokerages raise target following tariff hike

    --Vodafone Idea fails to hold gains following tariff hike, ends flat

    --Reliance Industries recovers 3% from lows to end 1% higher

    --IndusInd Bank top Nifty loser; lender, Spandana spar over leadership appointments

    --Vedanta surges 6% after promoters buy over 5% equity via block deals

    --Glenmark, Birlasoft, Strides, BHEL, Vedanta, Indiabulls Housing top midcap gainers

    --Syngene, Thermax, Dr Lal, Info Edge, Berger Paints top midcap losers

    --Market Breadth favours bulls; advance-decline ratio at 7:2

    Disclaimer: Network18, the parent company of CNBCTV18.com, is controlled by Independent Media Trust, of which Reliance Industries is the sole beneficiary.

  • Remain positive on India telecom story: Mehraboon J Irani 

    Market expert Mehraboon J Irani remains positive on the country's telecom story. "The question is whether you buy Bharti Airtel as a trading bet. The answer is: Certainly not. But if one has it in the portfolio, and one wants a proxy for the telecom sector, I think certainly one will continue to hold on to it. Will the stock be higher than where it is right now or the next one? Yes. They have taken care of the liquidity problem with the recent rights issue. The tariff hike also was a definitely a welcome move and should definitely help the company in as far as the incremental revenue to EBITDA goes. I think all said and done, it is a big positive for Airtel and we now need to need to see what Jio does," he said.

  • Sushil Kedia remains bullish on telecom stocks

    Sushil Kedia, Founder of Kedianomics, continues to be bullish on telecom stocks. "They did not come down at all in this market correction. So we will continue to ride them with trailing stops," he said. 

  • Steel sector fundamentals rosy: Sushil Kedia 

    Sushil Kedia, Founder of Kedianomics, believes the fundamentals for the steel sector are rosy. The Street is very bullish and an interim trading rally is there but for those who have the appetite to hold, a 10 percent further risk doesn’t make much difference, he said.

    "It is a zone to buy. If you are betting for SAIL to go to Rs 180-200, it is already a good time to buy. However, for leveraged traders, steel may not be the best place right now to take big bets on,” he said. 

  • Nifty has immediate support at 17,200, resistance at 17,600: Choice Broking's Palak Kothari

    The Nifty has immediate support at 17,200 and resistance comes in at 17,600 levels, said Palak Kothari, Research Associate at Choice Broking. Once the index takes out the hurdle, it can rise to 17,800-17,900 levels, he said. 

    The Bank Nifty has support at 36,300 and resistance at 38,000, Kothari added.

  • Market At Close | Power Grid, JSW Steel, Coal India, NTPC top Nifty50 gainers

    On the other hand, Asian Paints, IndusInd Bank, Infosys, Axis Bank and Titan, closing between 0.3 percent and 2.6 percent lower, were the worst hit among the 10 laggards in the 50-scrip index. 

    A total of 21 stocks in the 30-member Sensex index closed in positive territory. 

    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • Sensex, Nifty close higher after 4 days of losses

  • Closing Bell | Sensex rebounds 946 points from day's low, snaps 4-day losing streak; Paytm shares jump 9%

    Indian equity benchmarks made a comeback on Tuesday after four straight sessions of losses, helped by gains in financial, oil & gas and metal shares. The Sensex index ended 198.4 points or 0.3 percent higher at 58,664.3, rebounding 946 points from its intraday low of 57,718.3. The broader Nifty50 benchmark settled at 17,503.4, up 86.8 points or 0.5 percent from its previous close. In the past four sessions, the 30-scrip index had shed 2,252.8 points (3.7 percent) and the Nifty lost a total of 348.3 points (3.8 percent). (Read more on the closing bell)

  • Positive on healthcare shares: Rohit Srivastava

    Rohit Srivastava, Founder and Strategist at Indiacharts.com, believes that all sectors that have taken a beating in the recent past should start to participate again. "Healthcare has already paused and turned to the upside over the last few weeks. So that should also participate. Why look away from those which was strong during this period except that some of them could consolidate like power as a very good phase. But we do sense that there is space there for consolidation, but when it comes to the auto sector, it has been strong so could continue to be strong. So there is a mix of those but while we focused on the stronger ones for quite a while at the depth of this why not even focus on the ones which were strong on a one year basis but have actually seen a correction in the recent time period and which is where metals come in," he said. 

  • CNBCV-TV18 Exclusive | Parle hiked prices by 10-15% in Q2, to hike by 10-20% in Q3, Q4 

    Parle's management said in an exclusive interaction with CNBC-TV18 that it would hike its prices by 10-20 percent in the third and fourth quarters of the current financial year, following a hike of 10-15 percent in the three months to September. The price of Parle biscuits is being hiked by 5-10 percent, it said. 

    The FMCG major said the decision is on account of tremendous input cost pressure. 

    The company has reduced the grammage for low-unit packs, maintaing the MRP at the existing level. 

    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • TCNS Clothing, Raymond, Glenmark Pharma, Birlasoft, Triven Turbine top BSE 500 gainers

    CESC, Vedanta, HFCL, Strides Shasu, Gateway Distripark, MRPL and Greaves Cotton were also among the top gainers in the BSE 500 universe. Around 400 stocks in the broadest index on the bourse were in positive territory. 

    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • Future Retail employees file ‘special leave’ plea in Supreme Court to intervene in Amazon dispute proceedings

    The Future Retail Employee Welfare Association has filed a special leave petition in the Supreme Court seeking to intervene in the current proceedings of the company’s dispute with Amazon over its 2019 deal with Reliance Industries. The employees’ association has stated that the interests of nearly 27,000 employees of Future Retail have been affected by the orders passed in arbitral proceedings. They say the inordinate delay in the Future-Reliance Retail deal has caused apprehension in employees that the deal may not reach fruition. (Read more)

    Network18, the parent company of CNBCTV18.com, is controlled by Independent Media Trust, of which Reliance Industries is the sole beneficiary.

  • Haven't applied for an IPO since 1992, better picture emerges 6-12 months after listing: Rohit Srivastava

    Rohit Srivastava, Founder and Strategist at Indiacharts.com, has not applied for an IPO since 1992. "The last time I did, I did one for the first and the last time, and there is a reason for that. When you are more of a market analyst who looks at multiple things, technicals, fundamentals and so on, one thing I have found is that after a stock gets listed, and you give it time, which is 6-12 months, you are able to take a much better picture of the situation," he said. 

    "By the time they are in the market, you really have to judge whether all the growth is priced in or not, which is a very tough job. So the easier thing is to let the market decide and sometimes, six months later, you are surprised that the stock is actually down, as we saw in the case of Just Dial, and you are seeing some of the reaction in Paytm. However, maybe one year down the line, it may look different," he added.

  • Paytm shares surge nearly 12%

    Paytm parent One97 Communications' shares traded 11.6 percent higher at Rs 1,517.9 apiece on BSE in late afternoon deals. At the current level, the stock quoted at a discount of 29.4 percent to its issue price after a series of losses following its weak debut. 

  • Market correction: Long way to go before we get seriously worried, says Shankar Sharma

    Market veteran Shankar Sharma told CNBC-TV18 that the market has to take a breather and there is still a long way to go before one should start to get seriously worried. According to him, this is nothing more than a small correction. “We have had a vertical rally in the last 18 odd months and where do we go from here? The short answer to that is that we still have a long way to go before we should start getting seriously worried," he said.

  • Buy Jindal Steel & Power, Reliance Industries: Manas Jaiswal

    Here are two trading calls from Manas Jaiswal of manasjaiswal.com:

    --Buy Jindal Steel and Power for a target of Rs 405 with a stop loss at Rs 374 

    --Sell IndusInd Bank for a target of Rs 935 with a stop loss at Rs 1,000 

    --Buy Reliance Industries for a target of Rs 2,550 with a stop loss at Rs 2,350 

    Disclaimer: Network18, the parent company of CNBCTV18.com, is controlled by Independent Media Trust, of which Reliance Industries is the sole beneficiary.

  • Reliance Industries, Bharti Airtel, HDFC Bank, Bajaj Finance top boosts for Sensex

    On the other hand, stocks such as Infosys, Asian Paints, IndusInd Bank and Hindustan Unilever were the biggest drags for the 30-scrip index. 

    Disclaimer: Network18, the parent company of CNBCTV18.com, is controlled by Independent Media Trust, of which Reliance Industries is the sole beneficiary.

    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • India to release 5 mbpd crude oil from emergency stocks: PTI

    India will release five mbpd of crude oil from its emergency stocks to cool prices, news agency Press Trust of India reported. 

    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • Sensex rebounds over 1,000 points from day's low, hits 58,750 

    The 30-scrip index made a comeback in late afternoon deals, jumping as much as 1,060.6 points from its intraday low to touch 58,779 on the upside. The Nifty50 benchmark, which had dipped to as low as 17,216.1 in the first half of the session, climbed to as high as 17,535.7. Gains in oil & gas, metal and financial stocks led the bounceback in headline indices. Losses in IT shares limited the upside. 

  • Re-evaluation of stake sale decision in O2C biz won’t impact credit quality: Moody's on Reliance Industries

    "The decision to re-evaluate the transfer and the stake sale will not impact RIL's credit quality because the company already has a strong balance sheet to accommodate future investments required for its various businesses," Moody's Investor Service said.

    Disclaimer: Network18, the parent company of CNBCTV18.com, is controlled by Independent Media Trust, of which Reliance Industries is the sole beneficiary.

  • Market Watch | Buy Bharti Airtel and JSW Steel but sell Berger Paints, says Religare Broking's Mishra 

    Here are trading calls from Ajit Mishra of Religare Broking:

    Buy Bharti Airtel with a target of Rs 770 and a stop loss at Rs 740

    Sell Berger Paints with a target of Rs 750 and a stop loss at Rs 780

    Buy JSW Steel with a target of Rs 810-815

  • TVS Motor Company shares rise 1%

  • Equitas Small Finance Bank ties up with HDFC Bank to offer co-branded credit cards

    Equitas Small Finance Bank announced its partnership with HDFC Bank for the launch of its new co-branded credit cards.

    “The credit cards will be available for Equitas Small Finance Bank’s customers, with an aim to provide them with the facilities of the banking ecosystem,” the bank said in a release.

    The partnership draws on HDFC Bank's strengths as India’s leading issuer of credit cards and superior customer engagement to extend best-in-class services to Equitas Small Finance Bank’s customer base.

    Equitas Small Finance Bank shares recover and were up 0.2 percent.

  • Vedanta shares gain 8% as promoters look to raise stake by up to 4.57%
    Shares of mining company Vedanta Ltd jumped 7.74 percent on Tuesday after reports that the company's promoters, Vedanta Netherlands Investments BV and Twin Star Holdings, are looking to buy up to 17…
    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • Greaves Cotton shares jump 6%

  • See demand in cryptocurrencies from HNIs, family offices: Ajay Srivastava
    Ajay Srivastava, CEO of Dimensions Corporate Finance Services, on Tuesday, said that he sees demand for cryptocurrencies from HNIs (high net-worth individuals) and family offices.
    Stock Market Highlights: Sensex ends 198 points higher, Nifty reclaims 17,500 as market rebounds after 4 days of losses
  • Just In | Power Producers seek urgent intervention from Govt on clearing dues by Discoms, say sources

  • Indus Towers stock down 0.2%

  • Mobikwik may defer IPO plan on subdued investor interest

    Indian payments firm MobiKwik may defer its initial public offer (IPO) planned for this month in light of subdued investor interest, sources informed CNBC-TV18. "The company is unable to get the $1 billion valuation it’s seeking," sources said. 
    CNBC-TV18 is awaiting a response from Mobikwik on the development.

Stock Market Highlights
: Indian equity benchmarks Sensex and Nifty50 made a comeback on Tuesday following four days of losses. Strength in oil & gas, financial and metal shares led the rebound in the headline indices. Broader markets also rebounded, with the midcap and smallcap indices jumping nearly two percent each. Latent View Analytics shares made a strong market debut, listing at a premium over its issue price. Paytm shares jumped, bringing some relief to investors after its shares continued to decline following a weak listing.