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Domestic share indices may continue to rise next week, but trade will be volatile, as investors square off positions ahead of the expiry of the February derivatives contract on Thursday. Next week will be a shortened trading week because markets will be shut on Friday for Mahashivaratri celebrations. Benchmark indices ended up for the fourth consecutive week today, with both key indices gaining over 5% each from its close on Jan 20. The trend is likely to be up as the stocks are not giving up their gains of recent weeks. Bulls are not loosening their grip on the stock market and indices are unlikely to turn negative unless there are big outflows from foreign investors. Yesterday, the 51-stock Nifty 50 ended up 43.70 points or 0.5% at 8821.70 points, while the Sensex ended at 28468.75, up 167.48 points or 0.6%. Among the sector movers, the Nifty Pharma index gained 2.1%, followed by Nifty Bank, which rose 1.5%. The Nifty IT index ended down 1% on profit taking, but some are of the view that it could rise once again after Tata Consultancy Services details its share buyback plan Monday. Bank stocks are likely to stay choppy next week. The stock gained sharply today after the Reserve Bank of India Thursday lifted its ban on foreign investors buying into the stock. However, the central bank yesterday once again barred foreign investors from buying HDFC Bank stocks as their holding topped the 74% mark in less than a couple of hours of trading. Foreign investors are likely to have bought shares of HDFC Bank to the tune of $1 bln. Stocks of HDFC Bank touched a record high of 1,454 rupees, but ended up only 3.7% at 1,377.05 rupees. Stocks of Axis Bank hit a three-month high of 504 rupees after CLSA Asia Pacific Markets said a possible merger with Kotak Mahindra Bank will be positive. However, Axis Bank closed down 0.8% at 489.10 rupees, while Kotak Mahindra Bank, after also hitting a three-month high of 811 rupees, closed up 0.5% at 796.50 rupees. So yesterday's gain in the bank stocks can be termed as technical, pushed mainly by the heavy buying by foreign investors in HDFC Bank shares, and the gains (in bank shares) seen yesterday may not sustain next week. However, pharmaceutical stocks may see some more gains as investors will once again look for bargain buys in the sector on positive news. Stocks of Cadila Healthcare continued to rise and ended up 4.8% after it got approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for generic fluconazole tablets and clobetasol propionate spray. Cigarette makers' stocks are likely to be in focus next week as the Goods and Services Tax Council may discuss categorisation of tobacco products on Saturday, and decide to keep these products under the highest slab of 28% plus cess.

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Stocks of telecommunication companies are seen trading in a narrow range next week, with movement likely to be stock specific. Analysts expect stocks of Bharti Airtel to see an uptick, while those of Idea Cellular to trade sideways. Tata Communications is likely to witness consolidation following its rise so far. Stocks of Reliance Communications will remain weak. The long-term outlook for the sector is better than expected, and there is value in the stocks at current levels. Analysts expect a better industry structure to emerge in the sector post the entry of and disruption caused by Reliance Jio Infocomm. In the shortterm, however, telecom companies may continue to witness pressure on tariff. Telecom operators have been facing pressure to slash tariff after the entry of Reliance Jio. The subsidiary of Reliance Industries shook the industry by offering free data and voice services, leading to concerns over erosion in market share of incumbent operators and fall in average revenue. The sector is also awaiting details on the proposed merger between Vodafone India and Idea Cellular announced last month. Stocks of Idea Cellular are expected to trade sideways. Analysts continue to remain positive on Bharti Airtel. Despite the uptrend in shares of Tata Communications, the weekly formation is not convincing. This rally may not continue. We wouldn't be surprised if there is a time and price correction in the stock now. Reliance Communications remains the weakest of the lot.

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Stocks of public-sector oil refining and marketing companies--Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum Corp, and Hindustan Petroleum Corp--are likely to trade in a range with a positive bias. These scrips are backed by strong fundamentals, which include increasing domestic demand for fuel and strong refining and marketing margins. Prices of crude oil have appreciated in the past two-an-ahalf months, and this has helped stocks of upstream companies such as Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd, Cairn India Ltd, and Oil India Ltd. The outlook for upstream stocks continues to remain positive in the immediate-to-near term. In the absence of any major triggers, movement in stocks of oil companies is likely to be influenced by movement in price of crude oil, news flow, and sentiment in the broader market. Trading will take place for four sessions next week as stock markets are closed on Friday on account of Mahashivratri. The rise in prices of crude oil followed the decision of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to cut output by 1.8 mln barrels per day in the first six months of 2017. It was further aided by major non-OPEC producers agreeing to cut output by 558,000 bpd to help trim global glut. Though the rise in crude oil prices will increase input costs for refiners, they are set to benefit from inventory gains due to the spike, as was evident from the Oct-Dec earnings of refining companies. Also, given that prices of most fuels are now marketlinked, the downside of higher prices for these companies seems limited for the time being. According to analysts tracking crude oil, futures contracts of crude oil are likely to trade in a narrow range, with a positive bias, in the next five-six sessions, as investors weigh reports of major producers extending output cuts into the second half of the calendar year amid rising supply in the US. According to the International Energy Agency, OPEC members have reached a 90% compliance with their agreed output cut. The technical analyst said the Indian Oil scrip is the top pick among those of the three state-owned oil marketing companies. Stocks of ONGC are seen trading in a range with a positive bias. The Oil India scrip is also likely to remain range-bound but there is no clear direction on charts as to which way it may move. Any major fluctuation in the dollar-rupee exchange rates could also affect shares of oil companies. A weaker rupee will benefit upstream companies, as they sell oil and gas in dollars. But refiners tend to lose if the dollar strengthens, as their outgo on buying oil and gas will increase.

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Stocks of most automobile companies are seen trading with a positive bias next week, with TVS Motor Co Ltd expected to perform the best among the pack. Investors are bullish on TVS Motor as it has emerged as the strongest of the two-wheeler companies in the December quarter earnings and has also been posting robust sales of mopeds in monthly figures. While Chennai-based TVS Motor reported a 10% year-on-year jump in net profit for the quarter ended Dec 31, Hero MotoCorp Ltd and Bajaj Auto Ltd had posted weak earnings for the period. Demonetisation of old 500-, and 1,000-rupee notes on Nov 8 had led to a sharp fall in demand of motorcycles and scooters due to cash scarcity, especially in smaller towns and cities. Two wheelers and commercial vehicles were two of the worst hit automobile segments following demonetisation. Tata Motors Ltd reported weak Oct-Dec earnings and disappointed investors, but analysts maintain the stock will remain strong in the long term due to expectation of revival in volume momentum on the back of a strong launch pipeline. The company had reported a sharp 96.8% year-on-year fall in consolidated net profit to 937.7 mln rupees, much below the consensus estimate. Going ahead, the company's commercial vehicle business is also likely to benefit from the government's 3.96-trln-rupee budgetary plan for the infrastructure sector. Other companies such as Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, which have a large rural presence due to substantial farm equipment business, are also expected to benefit from more government expenditure towards revival of infrastructure and rural economy. Early this month, the government had announced a budgetary allocation of 1.87 trln rupees for rural, agriculture, and allied sectors. Two-wheeler companies, which have a large dependency on cash-driven economy, are also likely to be aided by high rural spend. Stocks of India's largest passenger carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, are seen moving higher. Hero MotoCorp is seen range-bound in the next week. Stocks of Tata Motors are likely to remain under pressure next week due to lower-thanexpected earnings.

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Stocks are seen taking cues from broader markets in the truncated week starting Feb 20, on absence of sector specific cues. Markets will be closed on Friday on account of Mahashivratri. Some volatility is also likely in bank stocks in the coming week, ahead of the expiry of the February derivative contracts on Thursday. Nifty Bank is expected to find support at 20200 as maximum concentration of open interest is seen in strike puts at those levels while the rally on the upside can be seen moving towards 20800-20900. However, stocks are offering opportunities on both sides so trade should focus more on stock selection while keeping a check on leveraged positions. Gains in the private sector banks are likely to continue next week following a report by brokerage CLSA Asia Pacific Markets saying that a possible merger between Kotak Mahindra Bank and Axis Bank will be positive. However, Kotak bank dismissed the news about merger as speculative. In what could be negative development for public sector banks, yields on government securities are likely to harden at current levels as the Reserve Bank of India has changed its stance from accommodative to neutral. Currently profitability of public sector banks is heavily dependent on gains from the rally in government securities. The rise in yields will put pressure on banks' bottom line along with low credit growth. However, bankers expect yields to cool down in the next month such that they will not suffer any mark-to-market losses in March. However, With the added pressure of rising inflationary pressures, tightening global financial conditions and absence of aggressive open market operations in 2017-18 (Apr-Mar), yields on the sovereign debt instruments is likely to increase. We believe G-sec yields to harden in range of 7.5-7.8% in 2017-18. In an interview, Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel yesterday said that the Monetary Policy Committee may raise, lower, or maintain status quo on policy rates depending on the evolving inflation trajectory. Banks' income from fee is also likely to get impacted in the near term because of lower merchant discount rates on digital transactions. Currently, banks are charging lower rates till Mar 31 to support the push for less-cash economy. However, the Reserve Bank of India has proposed to restructure merchant discount rates for payments made through debit cards on the basis of turnover of merchants.

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Stocks of major mining and metal companies are likely to move in narrow range with a negative bias in the next few session, after falling for two consecutive weeks. There is no major trigger for the stocks next week. The Nifty metal index has fallen by 2.4% over the last two weeks. Not much has changed in terms of volatility in prices for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Rise in iron-ore prices has offset any gains from the subsiding of coking coal prices for metal companies. Coking coal is a key input used by the steel industry. A cautious view on the sector, as key policy decisions in China and the US could define the medium-term road map for the global metal and mining sector. Bullish on Vedanta and Hindalco stocks. Aluminium and iron-ore have done well for Vedanta. The company has also ramped up its capacity, which is likely to reflect in its top line in a few quarters. For Hindalco, aluminium and copper will bring gains. Aluminium brings 17-18% of Hindalco's revenues while copper contributes 7-8%.

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Stocks of information technology companies are likely to sustain the momentum gained over the past week, with a few stocks correcting and a select few range-bound as a number of companies consider buyback of shares. The market sentiment is expected to reflect a shift in the narrative from the uncertainty arising out of US President Donald Trump's protectionist rhetoric to the buyback trend that started when the board of Mphasis Ltd approved the repurchase of shares worth over 11 bln rupees on Jan 31. Last week, American multinational IT solutions company Cognizant, which has operations in India, announced buyback of shares worth $3.4 bln, creating pressure on its Indian peers to do the same. Expectations of a share buyback in Infosys have risen amid comments by former officials at Infosys. Two former Infosys chief financial officers, Mohandas Pai and V. Balakrishnan, have asked the company for better deployment of capital including a share buyback. On Friday, Tata Consultancy Services announced that it will consider a buyback of shares at its board meeting to be held on Monday. Infosys, which dispelled all doubts regarding its corporate governance integrity this week.

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Stocks of fast moving consumer goods companies are seen consolidating at their current levels, helped by price hikes taken by companies. While ITC Ltd increased prices of its 69-mm variant of Gold Flake cigarettes by 12.65%, the price of the 74-mm Wills Navy Cut has been hiked nearly 14%. Premium cigarette varieties such as Classic and its variants--Regular, Milds, and Ultra Milds- -have been raised by up to 13%. Another cigarettes maker Godfrey Phillips India Ltd is also likely to hike prices of its 69-mm and 64-mm Red & White cigarette brand, by 11-17%. Going forward, innovations and new product categories are likely to bolster growth in coming months. Healthcare and skincare verticals of FMCG companies will be keenly watched, it said. We like the snacking space and, more importantly are comfortable with the way management is steering the ship. Relatively, we would prefer Britannia to other domestic FMCG companies. Britannia Industries Ltd can rise to 3,290-rupee levels in coming days. Companies would also like to focus on international growth at least until the impact of demonetisation eases out completely.

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Stocks of capital goods companies are likely to be within a narrow range next week, due to lack of significant triggers. Sector bellwether Larsen & Toubro could see a slight upside next week, after the engineering behemoth signed a pact with French company MBDA Missile Systems Ltd, to form joint venture for developing and supplying missiles to India. State-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals is expected to fall in the near term, as the stock was earlier this week excluded from the benchmark Nifty 50 Index. The change will come into effect from Mar 31. Stocks of Crompton Greaves could move in a narrow range in the next seven days on the back of dull order inflows in Jan-Mar so far. Analysts are, however, bullish on Siemens' stock next week as it bagged an order worth 1.19 bln rupees from Sterlite Power Grid Ventures.

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Stocks of cement companies are seen moving up next week as adequate supply of currency notes is likely to revive demand for cement. Cement demand had taken a hit after the government outlawed high-value notes on Nov 8. Dealers across the country were forced to cut prices by 10-15% to clear inventories, raising fears about a sharp drop in the sector's profitability. UltraTech Cement's comments that remonetisation will help bring back the demand has cheered the market. Market will keep an eye on results for Ambuja Cements, which is an important pan-India player. Ambuja Cements Ltd is expected to report its financial results for Oct-Dec on Feb 20. However, analysts are cautious on investors' optimism on cement sector due to focus on affordable housing in the Union Budget for 2017-18 (Apr-Mar) and don't expect it to last long. Affordable housing was a big theme in the Budget. However, the trickle-down effect will be felt only in the first quarter of 2018. The demand due to the positive Budget won't reflect as soon as some of the investors are expecting. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had allocated a record 3.96 trln rupees for infrastructure sector in the Budget, up 10.5% from 2016-17. A host of measures for real estate sector, including according infrastructure status to affordable housing. These measures are expected to improve real estate sector and consequently the cement sector. ACC Ltd and Ambuja Cements are also looking positive and will consolidate next week.

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Though the power of internet gives an analyst the ability to acquire a lot of inforamtion,it cannot substiture direct interaction with companies and clients.Personal commodunitaction with management helps them to get a better insight into the vision of the company and its strategy to acuire the desired goals.
However, it may also happen that management mislead the analyst by deliberately exaggerating positives about business(Painting rosy pictures) to encourage them to write positive stories to 
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This communication with manangement,like any other ,requires analyst to have clarity of thoughts and good listening ability but there are a few additional prinicples that analyst must keep in mind while talking to the management of a company

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Pre-Meeting Research

While the management is generally open to interview with Research analysts,they must bear in mind that these opportunities do not come very frequently and therefore must be made full use of whenever they come.Before going to meet a company's  management , they must thoroughly learn about their products,industry and competitors' steps. Analysts must be familiar with the financial information of the company,also read previous year's annual reports to understand the  direction of the company and whether the company has been able to achieve the goals it had intended to. 

Independence and Neutrality of view 

During the Research,analyst must have an unbaised opinion and should always hold their independence. Their analysis should be based on factual information and not led by personal inclinations.Also, they must  make it clear with the management to not reveal any information which is not available in the public domain.

Network 

Analyst may use their network to acquire more contacts relevent to the research,who would be able to provide meaningful insights in to the company's performance and plans.The Person who is responsible for the important  activities and understands the heartbeat of the company would be the most relevant contact and this person may  not necessarily be from top management.Competitors and other stakeholders of the business such as suppliers,distributors,retailers and customers can also provide meaning ful inputs to analysts in the research process.

Clarity of questions 

As Analysts start analysing a company,there would be certain aspects on which they might need more clarity.Time  with management would be effectively used if analysts have clear and specific set of questions in mind.IT is  advisable to go with a questionnaire to have a better understanding of the company's operations and futures progress

Once Analyst are done with research and research report is prepared,they need to communicate their findings to the clients There are certain guidelines that an analyst could follow in their communication with clients.

* They must be realistic in suggesting companies to their clients.Suggestions should be based on facts and figures and not contain an optimistic/Pessimistic/ biased view on the subject company.
* Communication,done through written research reports,should be simple ,clear aand concise.
* If there is any conflict of interest(e.g. RA  holds shares of the subject company),such information should be disclosed beforehand.
* Assumptions,if any must be clearly stated in the research reports.
* Abbreviations/Jargons should either be avoided or explained clearly in simple words.

The role of RAs is to collect data/information from different reliable sources,interpret the data/information and convert it into recommendations that their clients can use .while doing so , it is expected that RAs would perform their role with utmost sincerity,honesty and ethics without any bias,followming all the rules and regulations as specified by SEBI both in words and spirit.
Fore this , it is also recommended to make use of technology like recoding devices while interviewing manangement and communicating with clients ,only after taking their due consent for recording.



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Indian Market Outlook for the week – 13 to 17.02.2017
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Domestic stock indices are likely to remain positive next week, though in a range, as corporate earnings for Oct-Dec and the release of economic data would be in focus. Throughout this week, the Nifty 50 was in a narrow range of 8715.00-8822.10 points, and this trend would continue, as there were no major market-moving triggers in sight. Market remain bullish on near-term prospects and expect a significant rally in the markets sooner rather than later. There will be a smart rally over the next three-six months and it is going to be liquidity-driven. In the coming week, traders will also react to the industrial production data for December, due later today, as well as data on Consumer Price Index-based inflation for January, to be released on Monday. Industrial growth in India is likely to have slowed sharply in December, primarily due to the impact of demonetisation on economic activity. Industrial output is likely to have increased 1.2% on year in December, sharply lower than 5.7% the previous month. India's CPI-based inflation is seen moderating to 3.2% in January, mainly on account of a fall in food prices and the statistical effect of a higher base. However, do not see a major reaction to these numbers, as they say these have been priced into the indices. Stock-specific action is likely due to the ongoing announcement of earnings for Oct-Dec. On Saturday, Coal India and Idea Cellular will detail their December quarter earnings, while next week, Tata Motors, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Hindalco Industries, and Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone will do so next week. India's largest coal producer, Coal India, is seen posting a consolidated net profit of 32 bln rupees for Oct-Dec, with net sales seen at 201.45 bln rupees. On the other hand, Idea Cellular is seen reporting a consolidated net loss of 3.7 bln rupees on net sales of 89.07 bln rupees. On Monday, shares of Techno Electric, Berger Paints, SRF, Sun TV Network, Radico Khaitan, Praj Industries, Corporation Bank, GAIL India and Bank of Baroda will also be in focus, as these companies detailed their earnings for Oct-Dec. In the coming week, stocks in the mid-cap space are seen outperforming their large-cap peers, as the impact of demonetisation on earnings has been less severe than expected. These stocks were severely hit in the market-wide panic post demonetisation and that had made their valuations attractive. Looking at current trends, the outlook on the Nifty 50 was still bullish and the index was likely to range between 8900 and 9000 by next week. However, if the 51-stock benchmark index doesn't breach the 8870-point mark, it could drift back to 8700. Yesterday, the Nifty 50 ended at 8793.55 points, up 15.15 points, or 0.2% from the previous close, while the Sensex closed up 28334.25, up 4.55 points. On a weekly basis, it gained 0.6%, while the Sensex was up 0.3%.

Cement Stocks Outlook for the week – 13 to 17.02.2017

Cement Stocks Outlook for the week – 13 to 17.02.2017


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Cement Stocks Outlook for the week – 13 to 17.02.2017
Stocks of cement companies are seen moving up next week as the focus on infrastructure spending in the Budget for 2017-18 (Apr-Mar) islikely to push demand in the sector. The Budget allocated a record 3.96 trln rupees for infrastructure sector, up 10.5% from 2016-17. The Budget also announced a host of measures for real estate sector, including according infrastructure status to affordable housing. These measures are expected to improve real estate sector and consequently the cement sector. There was nothing specific for cement sector in the Budget, but there were a lot of feel good factors about the economy. This, along with the push to affordable housing, has been welcomed by the industry. Cement demand had taken a hit after the government's decision to demonetize high-value currency notes on Nov 8. Dealers across the country had resorted to 10-15% price cuts to clear inventories, raising fears about a sharp decline in the sector's profitability. However the results of cement companies in Oct-Dec were not as bad as anticipated by the market. The December quarter results have actually helped the stocks as they were much better than expected.

Oil Stocks Outlook for the week - 13 to 17.02.2017

Oil Stocks Outlook for the week - 13 to 17.02.2017


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Oil Stocks Outlook for the week - 13 to 17.02.2017
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Stocks of public sector oil refining and marketing companies-- Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum Corp, and Hindustan Petroleum Corp--are expected to rise next week as the general view on the three stocks is positive in the immediate-to-near term. These stocks are backed by strong fundamentals, which include a robust domestic demand for fuel, and strong refining and marketing margins. Hindustan Petroleum will be detailing its Oct-Dec earnings on Monday and the stock could see some activity early on in the week. Prices of crude oil have appreciated in the past couple of months, and has helped the stocks of upstream companies such as Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd, Cairn India Ltd, and Oil India Ltd. The outlook for upstream stocks continues to remain positive. In the absence of any major triggers, movement in stocks of oil companies is likely to depend on crude oil prices, news flow, and sentiment in the broader market. The rise in prices of crude oil followed the decision of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to cut output by 1.2 mln barrels per day. It was further aided by major non-OPEC producers agreeing to cut output by 558,000 bpd to help trim the global glut. Though the rise in crude oil prices will increase input costs for refiners, they are set to benefit from inventory gains due to the spike. Also, given that prices of most fuels are now market-linked, the downside of higher crude oil prices for these companies seems limited for the time being. Tracking crude oil, futures contracts of the commodity are likely to trade in a range with a positive bias next week, as gains from production cuts by major oil producers are seen being offset by rising supply in the US. The three state-owned oil marketing companies are slated to revise prices of petrol and diesel on Wednesday. Although these fortnightly price revisions are routine, they may have some impact on the stocks of the three companies. Any major fluctuation in the dollar-rupee exchange rate could also affect shares of oil companies. A weaker rupee will benefit upstream companies, as they sell oil and gas in dollars. But refiners will lose if the dollar strengthens, as their outgo on buying oil and gas will increase.