Monday, July 28, 2014

ICICI BANK 1400pe tips-buy call 21 to 25.5 profit+2250/-

ICICI BANK 1400pe tips

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

U.S. dollar edges higher against euro; Aussie dollar gains

U.S. dollar edges higher against euro; Aussie dollar gains

(Reuters) - The U.S. dollar rose to eight–month highs against the eur/usd on Wednesday as worries over tougher sanctions on Russia and their potential impact on fragile euro zone growth weighed on the single currency.

The dollar could only post modest gains, however, as attempts to push the euro below a key technical level at $1.3450 failed.

The greenback had taken out some technical barriers on Tuesday after U.S. inflation data showed prices increasing, though the increase was more subdued than some had expected.

Dollar gains were more subdued on Wednesday with no major economic releases and before the Federal Reserve is due to meet next week.

“The euro/dollar has broken some higher-profile chart levels, but there hasn’t been convincing follow-through,” said Bob Lynch, head of currency strategy at HSBC in New York.

Further escalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine could weigh further on the euro if more trade sanctions are enforced on Russia.

"Europe is directly exposed to Russia by trade – Germany in particular – so sanctions could potentially have a negative impact on the euro," said Ian Stannard, a currency strategist at Morgan Stanley.

The next U.S. focus, meanwhile, will be next week's Fed meeting, where investors will be watching to see if a recent spate of stronger employment and inflation data shifts the economic outlook of central bank members.

"There’s a possibility we’ll see something a little bit different from the Fed. The last Fed decision was before the last monster payrolls report and another month of inflation data hovering around 2 percent," said Greg Anderson, global head of foreign exchange strategy at BMO Capital Markets in New York.

The aud/usd was the largest mover of the major currencies, gaining 0.69 percent to US$0.9455 after a higher-than-expected reading of a key gauge of underlying inflation in June in Australia dented market speculation of future rate cuts.

The U.S. dollar meanwhile gained 0.17 percent against the gbp/usd to US$1.7034, after Bank of England minutes failed to boost expectations of an interest rate hike by year-end.

The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, was steady on the day at 80.714.

Brent above $108 on China factory activity

Brent above $108 on China factory activity

Brent crude was steady above $108 a barrel on Thursday, holding on to the previous day's gains, after a surprisingly strong reading on Chinese manufacturing bolstered hopes for higher demand in the world's second-biggest oil consumer.

China's factory sector expanded at its fastest pace in 18 months in July, as a raft of government stimulus measures kicked in, a preliminary HSBC survey showed on Thursday.

"China is a big commodities player, and this is definitely positive for oil," said Avtar Sandu, senior commodities manager at Phillip Futures in Singapore.

"Equities have moved higher, so this is a number everybody is happy about," he said.

Brent crude for September delivery traded up 10 cents at $108.13 a barrel by 0321 GMT, after closing 70 cents higher. U.S. crude for September delivery was down 2 cents at $103.10. The contract had settled 73 cents higher on Wednesday.


Prices pushed higher on Wednesday after U.S. government data showed crude stocks fell more than expected by 4 million barrels last week.

Analysts had expected a decrease of just 2.8 million barrels.

Crude stocks at the Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery hub fell 1.5 million barrels, data from the Energy Information Administration showed.

However, a build of 5 million barrels in combined inventories of gasoline and distillates raised questions about demand.

Japanese and South Korean oil refiners have purchased the first condensate cargoes to be exported from the United States since the easing of a 40-year ban on U.S. oil exports, industry sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.


Amid booming shale oil production, the United States recently softened a total ban on oil exports in place since the Arab oil embargo of the 1970s.

U.S. crude's discount to Brent dropped as low as $4.51 on Wednesday, near a three-month low, as high domestic refinery utilization rates signaled strong near-term demand for crude oil and low inventories at the Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery hub.

The spread had widened to $4.91 a barrel by the end of the day as traders covered short positions ahead of the close, and was $5.05 a barrel on Thursday.

Iraq exports rising

While conflicts in Eastern Europe and the Middle East continued to support prices, crude oil supply from Iraq remained unaffected by fighting in the country.

Iraq's oil exports from its southern terminals in July rose to a near-record rate of 2.52 million barrels per day (bpd), according to loading data and industry sources.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said efforts to secure a truce between Israel and Hamas had made some progress. Still fighting raged in Gaza on Wednesday, displacing thousands more Palestinians in the battered territory.


In Ukraine, the government said two of its fighter jets were shot down over rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday and that the missiles that brought them down might have been fired from Russia.

A powerful Ukrainian rebel leader confirmed that pro-Russian separatists had an anti-aircraft missile of the type Washington says was used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 and it could have originated in Russia.

"Geopolitical risk is still to the upside, but I think things will start to clam down a bit in Ukraine, so for the time being Brent has no reason to push higher," said Sandu.

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Asian Markets Trade Higher

Asian Markets Trade Higher

RTT News-asia are trading higher on Thursday with investors indulging in some cautious buying, reacting to quarterly corporate earnings reports. However, gains are just modest in most of the markets in the region due to lingering concerns about the situation in Ukraine and the Middle East.

The asx is trading marginally higher, with investors treading cautiously after Wall Street ended somewhat flat overnight amid a mixed batch of earnings reports.

In the Australian market, consumer staples and healthcare stocks are finding some support, while energy, mining and financial stocks are mostly flat.

The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index is up 1.6 points at 5,578.3, after advancing to 5,592.9 earlier in the day. The broader All Ordinaries index, which rose to 5,582.5, is currently at 5,568.8, up 1.8 points from previous close.

Among bank stocks, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank are slightly higher, while ANZ Bank and Westpac (WBK) are flat. Bendigo & Adelaide Bank is advancing 1 percent, while Bank of Queensland is down marginally.

Among top miners, Rio Tinto (RIO) is gaining 0.3 percent, BHP Billiton (BHP) is down marginally and Fortescue Metals is losing about 1.4 percent, while Newcrest Mining is declining 4.7 percent. Newcrest has warned that it faces a hit of $1.5 billion to $2.5 billion after reviewing the value of its assets.

In the energy sector, Oil Search, Origin Energy and Caltex Australia are moving up 0.4 to 0.8 percent, while Woodside Petroleum and Santos are flat.

Arrium and Macquarie Group are lower by 2.4 percent and 2.2 percent, respectively. Boral, REA Group, Dexus Property Group, Iluka Resources, Goodman Group and Monadelphous Group are declining 1 to 1.6 percent.

Meanwhile, Sims Metal Management is gaining over 3 percent. Insurance Australia Group shares are moving up 1.7 percent after reporting higher margins for the June quarter.

Leighton Holdings, Metcash, Graincorp, Suncorp Group, Treasury Wine Estates, Tatts Group, Alumina (AWC) and ResMed (RMD) are up 1 to 1.5 percent.

In the currency market, the aud/usd opened higher against the U.S. dollar. The local unit is currently trading at US$0.9451, up from Wednesday's close of US$0.9440.

After opening on a firm note on some strong earnings reports and a slightly weaker yen, the Japanese market pared gains in mid morning trade.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 index is up 27 points or 0.2 percent at 15,355.6.

Pioneer Corp. and Showa Denko KK gained 3 percent and 2.7 percent, respectively. Nippon Light Metal Holdings, JGC Corp. and Sharp Corp. were up 2 to 2.8 percent.

Sony Corp. (SNE) moved up 3 percent after the company announced plans to invest $345 million to increase output of its image sensor.

Fujifilm Holdings Corp. shares moved up nearly 2 percent on a likely 20 percent jump in operating profit for the April-June quarter.

Minebea Co. gained 1.5 percent on likely jump in first-quarter operating income. Shares of Nidec Corp. rose more than 2 percent after the company reported a 34 percent jump in first-quarter profit.

Takashimaya, Hitachi Construction Machinery, Nomura Holdings, Hino Motors, Fuji Heavy Industries, Daikin Industries, Aozora Bank and Toyobo Co. were among the other notable gainers.

Meanwhile, Toho Zinc, Tokyo Electron, Alps Electric, Unitika, Softbank Corp., Toshiba Corp. KDDI Corp. and Obayashi Corp. declined 1 to 2.5 percent.

On the economic front, Japan posted a merchandise trade deficit of822.2 billion yen in June, the Ministry of Finance said on Thursday - remaining in the red for a record 24th straight month. That missed forecasts for a shortfall of 642.9 billion yen following the 910.8 billion yen deficit in May.

Exports were down 2.0 percent on year, missing forecasts for an increase of 1.0 percent following the 2.7 percent decline in the previous month, while imports jumped 8.4 percent on year, in line with forecasts following the revised 3.5 percent contraction a month earlier.

Meanwhile, expansion in Japan's manufacturing sector eased slightly in July, with the Markit Economics' preliminary PMI reading coming in at 50.8. That was shy of forecasts for 52.0, and it was down from 51.5 in June.

In the currency market, the U.S. dollar traded in the mid 101 yen range in early deals in Tokyo. The yen is currently trading at 101.56 to the U.S. dollar, compared to Wednesday's close of 101.37 yen per dollar.

Among other markets in the Asia-Pacific region, Shanghai, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Indonesia are notably higher. Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore are up marginally.

On Wall Street, stocks ended mixed on Wednesday, after fluctuating over the course of the session with investors reacting to a mixed batch of earnings reports.

While the Dow edged down 26.9 points or 0.2 percent to 17,086.6, the Nasdaq rose 17.7 points or 0.4 percent to 4,473.7 and the S&P 500 crept up 3.5 points or 0.2 percent to 1,987.0. The modest gain on the day lifted the S&P 500 to a new record closing high.

Europe ended slightly higher on Wednesday. While the U.K.'s FTSE 100 index closed just above the unchanged line, the French CAC 40 index and the German DAX index both edged up by 0.2 percent.

U.S. crude oil ended higher on Wednesday, after an official weekly report from the Energy Information Administration showed crude stockpiles in the U.S. to have dropped more than expected last week.

Lingering worries about the situation in Ukraine and the Middle East too contributed to oil's rise.

Crude oil futures for September ended up $0.73 or 0.7 percent at $103.12 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

SAIL future tips-sell call 87.75 to 86.75 profit+4000/lot

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