Nifty May Fall On Profit Booking As FII & Pro Have Sold More Than 179000 Contracts

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Nifty May Fall On Profit Booking (NASDAQ: BKNG ) As FII & Pro Have Sold More Than 179000 Contracts In Last 2 Trading Sessions

Stock Market Today – 14th July 2020

The Indian Benchmark Index Nifty has risen by more than 40% from its low of 7511, which it has made on 24th Mar 2020. In the last trading session, the Index made a high of 10894 and closed at 10803. In the last 2 trading sessions, FII and PRO have sold more than 179000 contracts in Index Options. This indicates that Profit booking is likely to come in Nifty and it may fall.

In International Market, S&P 500 made a high of 3226 and witnessed a sharp fall from there. 3232 was the recent high of the Index and the market took resistance of that level. The Index is currently trading at 3150.

In the Asian market, Hang Seng today opened gap down by 300 points and is trading near its day low. Nikkei has fallen by 200 points from its day’s high of 22785 and is currently trading 22560.

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US DATA

The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 139.32. The Bond has crucial support at 117.42 made on 5th Nov 2018. The US Dollar Index is trading at 96.530.

Major Sector Performance as on 14th July
Major Sector Performance as on 14th July

Minor Sector Performance as on 14th July
Minor Sector Performance as on 14th July

Large Cap Gainers and Losers as on 14th July
Large Cap Gainers and Losers as on 14th July

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Mid Cap Gainers and Losers as on 14th July

Small Cap Gainers and Losers as on 14th July
Small Cap Gainers and Losers as on 14th July

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  • Adarsh Kumar Dey @Adarsh Kumar Dey
    23 Hrs ago You posted an article... Market is in Uptrend. Seriously ? ?Seriously ?? How come to you didn't see the Bearish Wolfe Wave which is irritating us from last 6 trading days
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  • Adarsh Kumar Dey @Adarsh Kumar Dey
    You told us really earlier !
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