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The Domestic share indices are expected to be volatile next week, as investors look out for global cues, especially from the UK, where Prime Minister Theresa May will formally launch the Brexit process on Wednesday. The expiry of the March derivatives series on Thursday may add to the volatility. Besides, any development in the US on the health care Bill and US President Donald Trump's stance on tax cuts and investment plans will also lend direction to global markets. Market participants say the liquidity-led rally in domestic shares will continue. We expect the rally in bank stocks to continue next week due to hope of some positive moves by the government and the central bank to resolve the issue of bad loans with banks. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday commented that the government was likely to announce "some decision" on the perilous issue of nonperforming assets in the banking sector in a few days. The Nifty Bank index is close to its lifetime high of 21336.05 points, while the Nifty 50 too is near its lifetime high of 9218.40. Both the indices had hit record levels on Mar 17. There is disconnect with actual fundamentals, and investors perception of the stock markets. The reason behind the rally was strong liquidity due to buying of shares by both foreign and domestic institutional investors. The shares of Coal India will be in focus next week, as the company's board will on Sunday decide on dividend payout. Shares of Andhra Bank and United Bank of India will also be in focus, as their respective boards meet  next week to decide on preferential issues. The Colgate Palmolive India and Oracle Financial Services Software stocks will also be in focus, as these companies announce interim dividend next week.

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The shares of fast moving consumer goods companies are expected to rise further next week as fundamentals for most companies remain strong. The near completion of re-monetisation will also help sales in most urban and rural areas. A fall in prices of key raw materials such as barley, maize, palm oil, sugar and wheat over the past month is likely to provide further impetus to companies operating in the food segment. While prices of barley fell 12% in March, those of palm oil fell 34% during the month. Price hikes by some companies in biscuit and cigarette vertical is also likely to help. ITC Ltd had hiked prices of most of its premium variant cigarettes by 11-12%. In the non-food segment, prices of detergents and soaps were raised as raw material prices, other than palm oil, rose. Due to rising raw material cost, detergent prices were raised by 2-3%. In food, prices largely remained stable across categories except 4% price hike for 'Nescafe Classic- 100% natural coffee'. Amul has undertaken price hike of 2 rupees per ltr for its milk pouches. We expect sales to recover in second half of 2017-18 (Apr-Mar) but do not expect growth getting back to pre-slowdown levels. The uptrend in Hindustan Unilever Ltd is intact, but the stock is likely to see consolidation in near term.

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The shares of telecommunication companies are likely to be stock specific next week. We expect shares of Tata Communications Ltd and Reliance Communications Ltd to rise, and those of Idea Cellular Ltd  to trade in a range. Most operators in the telecom sector are facing stiff pricing pressure after the entry of Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. The subsidiary of Reliance Industries Ltd initially offered free data and voice services till Mar 31, and has now unveiled aggressive tariff plans staring Apr 1. In a move seen as a response to this tariff war, Reliance Communications has slashed the rates of its data packs. State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, too, announced a pre-paid pack that provides 2GB data per day and unlimited calls within its network at 339 rupees with a validity of 28 days. Reliance Jio could well keep the battle going in the telecom sector as a survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch released on Wednesday found that 82% of respondents were keen on continuing with their Reliance Jio connections even after the free data and voice services end on Mar 31. The sector will continue to see pressure on operators' average revenue per user for the next few quarters to compete with Reliance Jio's aggressive tariff plans. The price war triggered by the entry of Reliance Jio stresses on operating metrics in the telecom sector. Rising debt levels of the telecom companies are seen weighing on their financial performance for the next financial year, ratings agency ICRA Ltd said on Tuesday. The industry would require debt refinancing in the medium term, it added. Rising consolidation in the sector has also led to consolidation. Bharti Airtel on Thursday announced a definitive agreement with Tikona Digital Networks Pvt Ltd to acquire its 4G business for about 16 bln rupees. This is Bharti Airtel's second acquisition since Reliance Jio entered the telecom sector. On Feb 23, Bharti Airtel had announced it would acquire the spectrum, licences, operations, and employees of the Indian arm of Norway's Telenor ASA. Apart from the industry looking at the possibility of a merger between Bharat Sanchar Nigam and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam, consolidation in the sector is nearing its end. Vodafone India Ltd and Idea Cellular Ltd have also announced a merger, which is pending regulatory approvals. Idea Cellular's board gave its nod for the merger on Monday.

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Capital Goods Stocks Outlook for the week – 27 to 31.03.2017

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The shares of capital goods companies are seen trading with a negative bias next week in the absence of significant triggers, and due to the sustained overall dull outlook on the sector. The stocks would also track movement in the broader market. The benchmark Nifty 50 and BSE Sensex are expected to be volatile in the forthcoming week, due to the expiry of the March futures and options contracts. The order inflow status of most (capital goods) companies, the key indication of their business prospects remains muted. State-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals could face resistance at 185 rupees and find support at 155 rupees next week.

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The lacklustre performance last week, shares of metal and mining companies are seen consolidating over the next few trading sessions due to lack of triggers. Other than that, these shares are seen tracking the movement in the broader market. Benchmarks Nifty 50 and Sensex are expected to be choppy next week due to the expiry of the March futures and options contracts. Movement, though, is expected to be restricted due to absence of significant news. With the exception of Hindustan Zinc, which announced a special dividend of 27.50 rupees per share this week, and its parent Vedanta, shares of most metal and mining companies ended with losses. According to technical charts, shares of Tata Steel will continue to be in consolidation mode. The shares of Vedanta, meanwhile, may extend gains next week. The company law tribunal approved the merger of Cairn India with the company, and this may keep sentiment upbeat for the stock.

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Cement Stocks Outlook for the week – 27 to 31.03.2017

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Cement Stocks Outlook for the week – 27 to 31.03.2017
The shares of cement companies are seen trading mixed next week due to the absence of major triggers. The UltraTech Cement stock looks strong and is likely to see gains. Demand for cement, which was hit by demonetisation, has seen a revival since mid-January, as the availability of currency notes has improved. As demand started improving, cement companies increased prices across the country by 3-20 rupees per bag in February and March. However, the companies are unlikely to hike prices further this month, as they would try to increase sales volume in the last month of the financial year (Apr-Mar). The revival in rural economy and huge spending on infrastructure will greatly benefit cement demand in the next fiscal. In the Union Budget for 2017-18 (Apr0Mar), Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had allocated a record 3.96 trln rupees to infrastructure, up 10.5% from 2016-17. UltraTech Cement Ltd is in a positive territory and is likely to continue making gains.

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The shares of public sector oil refining and retailing companies are seen in a consolidation phase next week, awaiting the outcome of Sunday's meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, and nonOPEC nations. Increasing crude oil supply from the US during the week kept price of the commodity rangebound. Investors in crude futures are cautiously optimistic about the weekend meeting of petroleum  producing countries in Kuwait to review production cuts agreed upon earlier.  Sunday's review might be a key trigger for the sector next week, and going forward to the next month. This could have an impact on upstream oil companies like Oil and Natural Gas Corp, Cairn India and Oil India. Fluctuations in the dollar-rupee exchange rates may also impact the share prices of oil companies. Reliance Industries trend has turned positive over the past few weeks and can touch 1,300 rupees levels during the week. This, however, could be marred by Securities Exchange Board of India's decision after market hours on Friday to ban the stock from the derivatives market for a year. The state-owned oil marketing companies like Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum Corp and Hindustan Petroleum Corp and upstream firm ONGC are expected to be in a consolidation phase.

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IT Stocks Outlook for the week – 27 to 31.03.2017

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The shares of information technology companies are likely to trade in a range, largely with a negative bias, next week, as markets lack definite cues. Only stock-specific movement is expected over the next week as there are no specific market signals. A strong rupee against the US dollar is also seen weighing on the stocks. Though the rupee is seen a tad weak against the US dollar in the coming week, it is not seen helping the IT sector much because of sharp appreciation over the last few sessions. A strong rupee is negative for companies that get a large portion of revenue from their US business. Persistent worries over US visas may also cap gains during the sessions ahead. A bill seeking to prevent US companies from outsourcing jobs overseas through H-1B programme has been reintroduced today in the US House of Representatives. This bill aims to stop employers, who get temporary visas through H-1B programme and use them to train employees in the US and then shift those jobs to another country.  The introduction of another bill would mount pressure on the Indian software exporters, the largest consumers of US work visas, as probability of tighter visa norms and higher visa fees is expected to increase. Moreover, a fall in revenue of US-based Accenture Plc in Dec-Feb also indicates a weak demand environment. The company reported a 2.3% sequential fall in consolidated net revenue to $8.3 bln in Dec-Feb, because sales from its key verticals, including banking and financial services, fell 2-4% on quarter.

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The Bank stocks are seen trading with a positive bias next week led by gains in public sector banks as the government is expected to announce new steps to resolve bad loan issue. Nifty bank is expected to find key resistance at 21300 levels in the coming week. The stocks will take cues from a likely announcement from finance ministry on new norms on resolution of non-performing assets of state-owned banks. The bank's gross NPAs are expected to remain within the guidance of 450 bln rupees with better trends on recoveries and upgrades. The bank's credit growth is also seen improving led by corporate sector. The stock is likely to face resistance at 172-177 rupees per share and find support at 160 rupees. The shares of UCO Bank are seen rising as the government has said that it will infuse 11.5 bln rupees in the bank as a part of turnaround-linked capital. Shares of United Bank are likely to decline as the lender has managed to raise just 1.27 bln rupees through qualified institutional placement against a target of 2.00 bln rupees. However, some volatility is likely in shares as investors roll over positions to the April derivatives series ahead of the expiry of the current series on Thursday.

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The shares of most automobile companies are seen rising next week, with Hero MotoCorp Ltd expected to gain the most. Hero MotoCorp is expected to be the biggest beneficiary of a good monsoon this year. The monsoon during 2014-15 (Apr-Mar) and 2015-16 was extremely weak. So, farmers utilised most of their profits from 2016-17 monsoon in paying off debts and other essential expenditure. So, if expectations of a good monsoon come out to be true, this will result in discretionary spending and Hero MotoCorp will benefit the most from this due to its large rural presence. In the commercial vehicle segment, tractor manufacturers Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd and Escorts Ltd are likely to see a sharp uptick in sales, with the onset of a strong monsoon season. The company continues to control over 47% share in the Indian passenger car market on the back of robust demand for its premium products such as the Baleno hatchback and the Vitara Brezza sports utility vehicle. The company's latest product, Ignis hatchback, might have not performed that well but that hardly matters to a company which holds such a massive market share. In the coming week, the company's shares are seen "bouncing" to 490 rupees. The automaker will launch its latest model, the Tigor compact sedan, on Wednesday. The Nifty Auto index is seen rising towards 10100 points on the back of bullishness in most automobile stocks.

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As the outcome of the state Assembly elections in India, as well as a meeting of the US Federal Reserve draw close, investors may stay on the sidelines, limiting the movement of share indices to a narrow range next week. On Monday, domestic share indices will take cues from US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech in Chicago. Yellen is expected to provide clues on whether or not the US Fed will raise interest rates later this month. While the outcome of state Assembly elections will be released on Mar 11, the US central bank will meet on Mar 14-15 for its monetary policy review. Caution still prevails in the market ahead of Yellen's speech to check for any confirmation on March rate increase. Investors were awaiting results of the Assembly elections to see whether demonetisation had turned voters in favour of the Bhartiya Janata Party. So far this year, the Nifty 50 and the Sensex have gained over 8% each. Investors will also monitor the initial public offerings of Music Broadcast and Avenue Super Markets, slated to open for subscription next week. Shares of Bharti Airtel will be in focus, as the company has inked a pact with Millicom International to merge their operations in Ghana. Shares of Housing Development Finance Corp may gain, as the company has announced an interim dividend of 3 rupees a share.

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Auto Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017
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The stocks of most automobile companies are seen trading within a close range next week, with twowheeler companies in focus. The stocks of Hero MotoCorp Ltd and Bajaj Auto Ltd are looking strong on the charts for next week. In the monthly sales figures for February, two-wheeler companies showed signs of recovery post demonetisation blues on account of improved demand and better cash availability. India's largest twowheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp Ltd, posted a 4.8% on-year decline in its monthly unit sales in February as against a 13.5% on-year fall in January. Bajaj Auto Ltd, the second largest two-wheeler maker, also showed an improved picture, with sales of motorcycles rising 4% on year in February to  244,958 units, against a 16% on-year fall in January. -TVS Motor's growth is expected to outperform the industry in the long term, both in terms of volume and revenue, as the company is seen better aligned to emerging consumer trends in domestic twowheeler space. -Eicher Motors Ltd, market leader in the premium motorcycle category, is expected to remain the biggest beneficiary of the emerging trend of leisure transportation, the report added. The Domestic monthly sales of Tata Motors Ltd and Ashok Leyland Ltd in February showed a mixed picture for commercial vehicles as companies saw less pre-buying than expected, ahead of implementation of Bharat Stage-IV emission norms with effect from Apr 1. Most commercial vehicle makers had expected more pre-buying of their Bharat Stage-III compliant vehicles before Apr 1, as these vehicles would not be manufactured after Apr 1 and Bharat Stage-IV compliant vehicles will also be more expensive. However, volumes of medium and heavy commercial vehicles are expected to recover in March as with the short-term demonetisation impact wearing off, pre-buying of Bharat Stage-III compliant vehicles and infrastructure activity-led demand would also pick up.

Cement Stocks Outlook for the week - 06 to 10.03.2017

Cement Stocks Outlook for the week - 06 to 10.03.2017


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Cement Stocks Outlook for the week - 06 to 10.03.2017
The share of cement companies are seen falling next week, as investors say it will take some time for
demand to peak. Cement demand increased last month, but prices haven't even reached the predemonetisation levels of October. This is a long cycle and it will take some time for the price to go above October levels. Demand for cement had taken a hit after the government announced the withdrawal of high-value currency notes from circulation on Nov 8. Dealers across the country were forced to cut cement prices by 10-15% to clear inventories, raising concern about a sharp drop in the profitability of companies in the sector. In the Union Budget for 2017-18 (Apr-Mar), Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had allocated a record 3.96 trln rupees for the infrastructure sector, up 10.5% from 2016-17. He also announced a host of measures for the real estate sector, including according infrastructure status to affordable housing. Budget was positive and it will certainly increase the demand. Remonetisation is already helping, and will further help (in increasing demand). Not to forget, we had a favourable monsoon. Next week, shares of ACC Ltd and Ambuja Cements Ltd are seen negative.

Capital Goods Stocks Outlook - 06 to 10.03.2017

Capital Goods Stocks Outlook - 06 to 10.03.2017


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Capital Goods Stocks Outlook - 06 to 10.03.2017
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The shares of capital goods companies are seen trading in a narrow range and track the trend in the
broad market next week. Absence of any fresh triggers for the sector is likely to keep action subdued.
Weak outlook for the sector has been one of the major reasons for investors shying away from buying
shares aggressively. Weak order inflows due to muted demand, slower order execution, and high working capital requirement has marred the profitability of most companies in the sector. Sector major Larsen & Toubro today said that its construction division has got orders worth 21.7 bln rupees across power, water and construction businesses in India and overseas. However, the news did little to move the stock, which ended 0.2% down as market participants remain wary of the company meeting its annual sales growth and order inflow guidance. L&T said that it will end the current financial year with 10% on-year growth in both sales and order inflows. The company had earlier projected a sales growth of 12-15% and order inflow growth of 15%.

Pharma Stocks Outlook for the week - 06 to 10.03.2017

Pharma Stocks Outlook for the week - 06 to 10.03.2017


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Pharma Stocks Outlook for the week - 06 to 10.03.2017
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The shares of most pharmaceutical companies are likely to rise next week as investors expect strong
growth in the domestic market, and as concerns over their US business is seen easing. Companies
reported mixed growth in Oct-Dec due to disruption from demonetisation, Axis Capital said in its report. The impact of demonetisation is expected to reduce in Jan-Mar, and will fade out by the beginning of the next fiscal. In the US market, while there is unpredictability over President Donald Trump's policies, we see his comments about reducing drug prices as positive for Indian generic drug makers. Another factor due to which market participants may focus on companies with less US exposure is regulatory issues. Sun Pharmaceutical Industries' Halol facility and four units of erstwhile-Ranbaxy Laboratories are due for a re-inspection by US Food and Drug Administration. While the Halol plant received a warning letter from the US FDA in December 2015, the four Ranbaxy units have been under import alert for as long as a decade. Sun Pharma completed the acquisition of Ranbaxy in 2015.

IT Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017

IT Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017


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IT Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017
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The shares of most information technology companies, except Infosys and Hexaware Technologies, are likely to continue this week's range-bound movement amid lack of triggers. Possibility of a likely buyback prevents Infosys' stock from any sharp fall in the upcoming week. The company is looking to buy back $2.5 bln worth of shares in April. Infosys' buyback plan will deplete the company's cash reserves and hamper the company's ability to make a big acquisition. It may also impact compensation of some top executives of the company, they added. Wipro is seen underperforming next week. The stock witnessed very low rollovers to the March derivative series. Open interest in Wipro's March contract was the lowest in three years. Following are Thursday's closing share prices of key IT companies, in rupees, on the National Stock Exchange, compared with a week ago, and the change in percentage terms.

Telecom Stocks Outlook – 06 to 10.03.2017

Telecom Stocks Outlook – 06 to 10.03.2017


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Telecom Stocks Outlook – 06 to 10.03.2017
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The movement in shares of telecommunication companies is likely to be stock specific next week we
expecting shares of Bharti Airtel Ltd and Idea Cellular Ltd to be range-bound, while those of Tata
Communications Ltd to rise. Reliance Communications Ltd is seen weak. The telecom sector is currently in the midst of a tariff war waged by the newest entrant Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, which after offering free data and voice services till Mar 31, has unveiled aggressive tariff plans staring Apr1. The subsidiary of Reliance Industries Ltd on Mar 1 unveiled a bouquet of prepaid and postpaid plans starting at 19 rupees for one-day validity up to 9,999 rupees for 360-day period. The recent tariff plans announced by Reliance Jio look very attractive and other operators will be under pressure to announce matching tariff plans. The shift in subscriber base among operators will also be keenly watched. The March quarter will be difficult for Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular we expecting a drop in realisations for the companies. Bharti Airtel's consolidated net profit had seen a 65.5% sequential decline in the December quarter, while Idea Cellular had reported a net loss, its first as a listed company. Tough times in the sector have also led to consolidation with Bharti Airtel last week announcing it will acquire the spectrum, licences, operations, and employees of the Indian arm of Norway's Telenor ASA. The agreement also includes the former taking over Telenor India's outstanding spectrum payment and operational contracts, including tower lease. The sector is also awaiting detail on the proposed merger between Vodafone India and Idea Cellular announced last month.

Metal Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017

Metal Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017


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Metal Stocks Outlook for the week – 06 to 10.03.2017
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The stocks of major mining and metal companies are likely to rise next week as underlying trend is
largely positive for such stocks. But as any major trigger for these stocks is unlikely next week the
upside may remain capped. In terms of fundamentals, although there is still volatility in prices of
both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, commodity prices have generally been on a rise, which is seen
lending support to metal and mining stocks. A major movement in prices of raw materials, coking coal for instance, can also have an impact on prices and affect metal companies' stocks. The government has been making the right noises as far as steel companies are concerned. There are reports that measures like compulsory procurement of domestic steel in government contracts may be introduced as one of the measures to push domestic consumption of locally made steel. Other measures being mulled include a scrapping policy for old automobiles, which will in turn help in setting up scrap-based steel units by providing adequate raw material. Any new developments on such policy measures may impact stocks in the sector, particularly those of steel companies.