Even though, Mumbai was attacked by the Terrorists, our Stock Markets have shown remarkable maturity and the F&O settlement was quite peaceful.
Week that was
Bailout of Citibank and Slashing of interest rates by China kept the hopes of the global markets alive. There was a very much positive movement in majority of the global markets from which our markets also took cues. There was a marginal rise in the large cap indices on a weekly basis. Sensex closed above the crucial support line of 8900 points, which gives hopes of positive trend for the next week. However, Real Estate sector was the worst hit.
Inflation continued its downward trend falling to 8.84% and GDP growth was at 7.60% raising fresh hopes that RBI may cut rates once again. Rupee had a marginal fall against USD closing at 50.12.
As said earlier, there are chances of mild up-trend for our market. Sensex will have a strong support around 8650 levels and find resistance at 9350, 9650 and 10200 levels. Further direction will depend on the global cues and decision of RBI to cut the interest rates. Rupee will be range bound and consolidating around 50 levels. Rupee movement will depend on stock market trends and NDF market movements.
Happy week ahead.
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