EQUITY MARKET OVERVIEW
The market traded with weak sentiments for the first two days of the week with the Nifty at its lowest point trading below the 8000 mark. The bad sentiment was a result of a weak global cues as well as high trade deficit in India. However the market managed to gain all the losses that it sustained in the first half of the week to close at 8225.20
This was once again driven by the US Fed’s comments that the interest rates would remain unchanged at least for a couple of more meetings. Market rallied during the second half of the week along with other global markets.
Since the beginning of this year, the Sensex has gained nearly 30%. During this period, foreign institutional investors have bought $16.58 billion from local equity markets and $26.01 billion from the debt market.
Investors will be keenly looking at the progress of Parliament’s winter session that ends on 23 December and the results of the five-phase elections of Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir Assembly to be announced the same day for further cues on the markets.
The current week is likely to be a low volume week with a range bound market.
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