In the week gone by, global markets moved higher on rising hopes of a US stimulus, I as the comment from U.S. President Donald Trump fueled hopes of fresh fiscal support, while data underscored the view that the labor market recovery was struggling to gain momentum. On the flip side, major European economies are warning of worse growth rates to come, downgrading already dire forecasts on the back of a second wave of coronavirus infections sweeping through the continent. The latest economic data points to mixed fortunes for the German economy; it reported Tuesday a 4.5% rise in industrial orders in August, from the previous month. But on Wednesday it reported lackluster industrial output data for August, having fallen 0.2% from July. China’s stock market looked enthusiastic after the golden week holiday amid positive economic data coming out from the economy.
Back at home, expectations of another government stimulus ahead of the festive season cheered the market participants. To note, the surge in global liquidity, balance sheet expansion by central banks, and stimulus measures by governments have contributed to the overall rally in Indian equities for the past few months. On expected lines, the Indian central Bank has continued with its pause stance while stating clearly that it will continue with the accommodative approach well into the next financial year given the significant uncertainty on the growth revival trajectory. The central bank has made it clear that the focus must now shift from containment to revival. Moreover, RBI’s move to rationalize home loan risk weightage and link them to Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio is expected to bolster the real estate sector with higher lending. Meanwhile, the GST Council could consider setting up a group of ministers to resolve the row over states having to borrow from the market in order to meet the shortfall in compensation. On the data front, the Composite PMI Output Index, which measures combined services and manufacturing output, rose from 46.0 in August to 54.6 in September. As per World Bank, India’s economy is expected to contract 9.6% in FY21. Going forward, investors would be looking ahead for the Q2 corporate earnings results. Besides macroeconomic data, crude oil prices and rupee movement will continue to dictate the trend of the market going forward.
On the commodity front, this week commodities noticed knee jerk reaction mostly on the news of Trump got Covid positive and his recovery amid his statement on stimulus it will come after post-election. Again he started talk on stimulus. This flip flop on fiscal policies kept the entire market jittery. CRB closed little up on improved sentiments. However, the chances of even these piecemeal packages being passed before the Nov. 3 presidential election are slim. Dollar index is trading under pressure and this is keeping commodities prices up. US election is getting closer and near the election time we may see higher fluctuations in commodities prices. Gold should remain trade with firm bias, nevertheless 52000 levels can play strong resistance for yellow metal. Many storms this year hit the US and disrupted the supply side and thus prices are expected to trade up despite muted demand. ZEW Economic Sentiment Index of Germany and Euro zone, Core Inflation Rate of US, Unemployment Rate of Australia, Inflation Rate and New Yuan Loans of China, Retail Sales and Michigan Consumer Sentiment of US and inflation data from many countries will pave the path for next move in commodities.
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The company continues to invest towards infrastructure augmentation and capability development to offer differentiated solution to the farming community. Government’s ambitious plan to double the farm income by 2022 & fixation of the minimum support prices for crops at 1.5 times the cost of production brings out a sizeable opportunity for the company. Also, increase in prices of higher-fertilizerconsuming crops such as paddy, soybean and sugarcane augurs well for the company. It is expected that the company is well-positioned for holistic growth, led by increased volumes and higher realizations. It is expected thatthe stock will see a price target of Rs.858 in 8 to 10 months time frame on five year average P/E of 19.45 and FY21 EPS of Rs.44.09.
The company will continue to benefit from its healthy market position, robust operating efficiency and strong liquidity. However, the company expects the government’s push towards big infrastructure projects and affordable housing to help the industry to come back on the growth trajectory. There could be a lot of pent-up demand for cement, which would lead to a sharp recovery in volumes once the nationwide lockdown is lifted and normalcy returns. Thus, it is expected that the stock will see a price target of Rs.879 in 8 to 10 months time frame on an average P/BV of 1.55x and FY22 BVPS of Rs.606.07.
The stock closed at Rs 633.20 on 09th October 2020. It made a 52-week low at Rs 245.40 on 25th March 2020 and a 52-week high of Rs. 666.60 on 21st September, 2020. The 200 days Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs 549.97
After forming reversal candle on weekly charts, stock is continuously trading in higher highs and higher lows and forming a “Bull Flag” pattern, which is considered to be bullish. Last week, stock couldn’t give the pattern breakout but managed to close in positive territory with decent volumes, so further buying is anticipated in the stock in coming days. Therefore, one can buy in the range of 620-628 levels for the upside target of 680-690 levels with SL below 590.
The stock closed at Rs 4298.35 on 09th October, 2020. It made a 52-week low of Rs 2910 on 20th March, 2020 and a 52-week high of Rs. 4754.10 on 27th January, 2020. The 200 days Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs 3943.92
Short term, medium term and long term bias are looking positive for the stock as it is trading in higher highs and higher lows on charts, which is bullish in nature. Apart from this, it has formed an “Inverted Head and Shoulder” pattern and has given the neckline breakout of pattern along with high volumes and also has managed to close above the same so buying momentum may continue for coming days. Therefore, one can buy in the range of 4260-4280 levels for the upside target of 4600-4700 levels with SL below 4050.
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Bullish momentum remained intact in Indian markets in the week gone by as Nifty surpassed 11900 levels while bank nifty also closed above 23800 levels with gains seen in some of leading names like HDFC twins, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank. Nifty witnessed gains of more than 4% while Bank Nifty remained out-performer with gains of more than 7% week on week. From derivative front, once again short covering was seen by call writers at 11800 strike and put writers seen shifting to higher bands which suggests bullish momentum to remain intact in coming week as well. The Implied Volatility (IV) of calls closed at 17.54% while that for put options closed at 18.97 The Nifty VIX for the week closed at 20.38%. PCR OI for the week closed at 1.50 up from the previous week indicating put writing. For upcoming sessions we expect Bank Nifty to outperform the markets once again as from technical front Bank Nifty has managed to close above its 200 days exponential moving average on daily charts and given breakout above the same with marginally higher volumes. The immediate hurdle for Nifty is placed at 12000 levels while for bank nifty 24000 to 24400 zone is immediate resistance.
**The highest call open interest acts as resistance and highest put open interest acts as support.
# Price rise with rise in open interest suggests long buildup | Price fall with rise in open interest suggests short buildup
# Price fall with fall in open interest suggests long unwinding | Price rise with fall in open interest suggests short covering
Turmeric futures (Nov) is expected to decline towards 5700 taking negative cues from the spot markets. Despite the fact that the arrivals of turmeric at the four turmeric markets at Erode had decreased, prices are not showing signs of improvement. Around 1,700-1800 bags of medium-quality turmeric are arriving for sale, of which buyers are purchasing 1,100-1200 bags of turmeric. With only local and little upcountry demand, they are very cautious in their purchase. The buyers are quoting slightly increased prices for goodquality turmeric of the medium variety finger turmeric. For lack of demand, limited stocks are being purchased by the stockists. Turmeric growers, too, brought a limited produce to get feasible prices. At the Erode Cooperative Marketing Society, finger turmeric was sold at Rs.4,674-5,669 a quintal, and the root variety was sold at Rs.4,799- 5,589 a quintal. Jeera futures (Nov) is likely to consolidate in the range of 13500-13900 with upside getting capped. The weakness in spot markets is due to frail domestic buying and slowdown in export demand. Amid steady arrivals of 14,000 bags of jeera, all the varieties are showing a downtrend. Dhaniya futures (Nov) taking support near 6700 may trade higher towards 6800-6900 levels. On the spot, festive demand has brought back cheers to coriander once again as spice manufacturers are engaged in aggressive buying and there has been a shortage of premium quality supplies. It is to be noted that demand has come back with M.P mandis resuming operations after nearly 2 weeks of strike in the state. Meanwhile traders in Rajasthan are gearing up now to stage protests, seeking reduction in mandi fees.
Bullion counter prices rose due to a weaker dollar and headed for a second straight weekly gain, with the metal’s appeal as an inflation hedge bolstered by renewed optimism over a new U.S. coronavirus relief package. The dollar index dropped against rivals, en route to a second straight weekly fall. With renewed hopes for another fiscal stimulus, we saw the dollar decline, inflation expectations pick up and risk returning to the table. All these factors are pushing gold higher. Talks resumed between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin over the coronavirus aid plan. A widening lead for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was also seen as opening the way for a big economic stimulus. The World Gold Council said, the metal’s appeal, gold-backed ETF’s added more than 1,000 tonnes of bullion worth $60 billion to their stockpile in the first 9 months of 2020. The world's central banks sold more gold in August than they bought, the WGC said, ending a year-and-a-half-long run of monthly gold accumulation and helping stall a rapid rise in gold prices. Meanwhile, reinforcing the economic damage from the coronavirus, data showed the euro zone’s economic recovery faltered in September. Investors are now focused on new U.S. coronavirus relief aid aimed at cushioning the economic blow from the pandemic. The uncertainty from the upcoming U.S. elections would keep gold supported. Investors now wait minutes from U.S. Federal Reserve’s Sept. 15-16 policy meeting. This week, gold may trade in the range of 48200-52800 and Silver may trade in the range of 56000-65800. Whereas on COMEX gold may trade in the range of $1865-$1940 and Silver may trade in the range of $20.80-$27.10.
Soybean futures (Nov) is looking bullish and has further room upside to move higher towards 4100-4200. The gap between demand and supply for this oilseed has increased in the domestic as well as in the international market. Farmers in different parts of Madhya Pradesh told the Thomson Reuters Foundation they had lost as much as 90% of their soybean crop. On the demand side, the FOB spread between Indian Soymeal DOC and Argentina Soymeal DOC is $25 as of 9th Oct. This has enabled more exports demand for Indian DOC leading to stronger soybean demand in the local market. On CBOT, U.S soybean is trading near its highest in more than 2-1/2 years on the back of robust sales to China and Mexico. The sales come amid concerns about soybean planting delays due to dry weather in Brazil. On the contrary, Mustard futures (Nov) may witness correction and decline towards 5350-5300. It is being estimated that India is likely to grow a record 10 million tons of mustard crop in 2020-21 mainly on likelihood of a sharp rise in area. The government has more than enough mustard seed of good quality for the 2020-21 (Jul-Jun) Rabi sowing. It has total stock of 26,700 tons certified seeds against requirement of 25,100 tons. Soy oil futures (Nov) is expected to trade on a bullish note and test 940-950, while CPO futures (October) will probably zoom upside towards 795-805 levels respectively. The bullishness prevailing in the international market amid reports of damage to palm oil plantations in Malaysia and soy oil trading on multi-weeks high on CBOT, will continue to lend support to the domestic edible oil prices.
Crude oil prices headed towards $45 on support from output shutdowns ahead of a storm in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and the possibility of supply cuts from Saudi Arabia and Norway. Markets reacted sharply on a Dow Jones report that Saudi Arabia is considering reversing course over OPEC’s planned production increase early next year. Oil also gained support from the prospect of more production outages in the North Sea because of a workers’ strike. Oil firms and labor officials said they will meet with a state-appointed mediator in an attempt both sides hope will bring an end to a strike that threatens to cut Norway’s oil and gas output by some 25%. The OPEC has been challenged by rising output in Libya, an OPEC member exempted from cutting output, as well as an increase in coronavirus cases in many areas of the world. The market has also drawn support from Hurricane Delta, which is forecast to intensify into a powerful, Category 3 storm in the Gulf Coast. Nearly 1.5 million barrels of daily output was halted. In the Gulf of Mexico, producers have shut 1.69 million barrels per day of oil, or 92% of the region’s offshore oil, and 1.67 billion cubic feet per day, or nearly 62% of its natural gas output, bracing for the impact of Hurricane Delta. This week crude price may witness huge volatility within the range of 2700-3380, where selling pressure can be seen near the resistance. U.S. natural gas production and demand will drop in 2020 from record highs last year as coronavirus lockdowns cut economic activity and energy prices. This week Natural gas may trade in wider range of 175-220 with bullish bias.
Cotton futures (October) is on a bull run and this shall continue till 18700- 19000 taking positive cues from the international market amid crop damage caused by Hurricane Delta and news in the domestic market that with regards to procurement. Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) would procure 125 lakh bales (one bale is 170 kg) of cotton, which is 20 lakh bales more than the 105 lakh bales procured in the previous season. Chana futures is expected to maintain its uptrend, hence buying on dips would be recommended eyeing a target of 5700-5800 for the November contract. On the spot, chana has been witnessing an uptrend in Indore mandis for some time now, on weak availability and strong buying support from the millers ahead of the festival season. Secondly, with the Madhya Pradesh government agreeing to reduce mandi tax from the existing Rs.1.70 to 50 p, trading in all 270 mandis across Madhya Pradesh resumed from last week. Guar seed futures (Nov) is expected to gain further and test 4200-4250, taking support near 4070. While, Guar gum futures (Nov) will probably trade steady with an upside bias in the range of 6200-6400. As the area sown under guar has reduced, it is expected that the production may fall from 9 million bags of 100 kilograms each in the previous year to about 7.5 million bags this year. On the spot, Guar gum and guar seed prices are showing upside momentum in mandis of Rajasthan and Haryana hoping demand from the US. Currently, guar seed arrival has begun in Sriganganagar, Bikaner, Hissar, Adampur and few areas of Gujarat. Jaipur is also waiting for new arrival. Meanwhile, Western Rajasthan is receiving new guar seed.
Base metals may trade with positive bias as Chinese market reopened after week long holiday and renewed hopes for more U.S. stimulus. However concern over the economic impact of rising coronavirus cases and a jump in metal inventories may weigh on prices. U.S. President Donald Trump said that talks with the Congress have restarted over further COVID-19 relief after he ended the talks earlier in the week. However, the prospect of the deal is still unclear. Copper can move 540 by taking support near 515. Prices will get support due to labor strike at a mine in top producer Chile. A union of workers at Lundin Mining’s Candelaria copper mine in Chile walked off the job last week after talks broke down earlier in week. Peruvian copper production volumes fell to 193,852 tonnes of copper in August, a 10% year-on-year decrease from 215,426 tonnes due to lower output from Southern Peru Copper Corp and Antamina. Anglo American wants to explore for base metals in South Africa, but the country needs regulatory changes to make it more competitive with other mining jurisdictions. Zinc may trade in the range of 187-203 while Lead can move in the range of 144-152. Nickel may test 1150 by taking support near 1060. Indonesia’s state miner Mining Industry Indonesia (MIND ID), formerly known as PT Inalum, completed its purchase of a 20% stake in nickel miner PT Vale Indonesia. Aluminum may move towards 152. China’s imports of unwrought aluminium rose again in August, extending a rare inversion of normal trade patterns. Combined imports of primary metal and unwrought alloy totalled 393,000 tonnes, just shy of the previous record of 394,000 tonnes in April 2009.
NICKEL MCX (OCT) contract closed at Rs. 1070.40 on 08th Oct’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 1165.30 on 02th Sep’2020 and a low of Rs. 1035.10 on 01st Oct’2020. The 18-day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 1078.56. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 53.884.
One can buy near Rs. 1085 for a target of Rs. 1150 with the stop loss of Rs. 1052.
NATUARL GAS MCX (OCT) contract closed at Rs. 193.50 on 08th Oct’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 221.00 on 07th Sep’2020 and a low of Rs. 179.10 on 01st Oct’2020. The 18-day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 196.34. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 47.501.
One can buy near Rs. 192 for a target of Rs. 218 with the stop loss of Rs. 179.
GUARSEED NCDEX (NOV) contract was closed at Rs. 4125.00 on 08th Oct’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 4160.00 on 01st Sep’2020 and a low of Rs. 3871.00 on 07th Sep’2020. The 18-day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 4046.76. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 53.576.
One can buy near Rs. 4020 for a target of Rs. 4240 with the stop loss of Rs 3910.
This week commodities noticed knee jerk reaction mostly on the news that Trump got Covid positive and his recovery amid his statement on stimulus it will come after post-election. Again he started talks on stimulus. This flip flop on fiscal policies kept the entire market jittery. CRB closed little up on improved sentiments. Oil prices rose as oil workers evacuated rigs in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Delta, though fuel demand concerns persisted on fading chances for an economic stimulus deal in the United States, the world's biggest oil consumer. The Gulf of Mexico produced up to 1.65 million BPD in July, as documented by the U.S. government, accounts around 17% of U.S. crude outputs. EIA data showed that US gasoline stocks fell more than earlier anticipated in the past week to their lowest since last November. Nevertheless crude oil supplies surged by 501,000 barrels supported by an increase in production and imports. Gold prices were down after the Federal Reserve’s strong support for a new Covid-19 stimulus failed to excite haven buyers. Trump dispatched Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to revive talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for a narrower, targeted deal that would help airline workers, among others. U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted that Congress should pass money for airlines, small businesses, and stimulus checks of $1,200 for individuals, after his halt of the talks between Democrats and Republicans over the latest stimulus measures rattled global markets. Base metals prices flared up on downside in dollar index. Copper prices showed strength on renewed strength on China’s economic rebound and a weaker US dollar as new streams of demand arise for the industrial metal, the latest being for solar panels. The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) announced this week $3m of funding to Australian start-up SunDrive for its rooftop solar panels that use copper instead of silver. Solar power units currently represent 20 per cent of global annual silver consumption’.
The spot prices of turmeric are not improving due to poor upcountry demand and also the quality of the turmeric amid subdued overseas demand. In Unjha, price of exchange-quality jeera quoted at 14,400 rupees per 100 kg. U.S soybean futures soared to multi-year highs as unfavorable weather threatened production in exporting countries. Mustard prices fell as mustard crushing during the month of September has reduced to 6.5 lakh tons as compared to 8 lakh tons in August. A La Nina weather pattern is expected to bring high rainfall in top producers Indonesia and Malaysia in the coming months, potentially disrupting harvesting. ICE cotton futures jumped due to concerns about likely crop damage from Hurricane Delta. Chana futures on the national bourse is making a new 3 year since past many weeks, fuelled by reports of reports of damage to urad and moong crops.
The country's largest commodities exchange multi commodity exchange of India is launching the iCOMDEX base metal Index futures, India's first tradeable base metal futures Index which tracks the real-time performance of futures of Aluminium, Copper, Lead, Nickel and Zinc contracts, on Oct 19, according to exchange. The Securities and Exchange Board of India had granted approval for the bourse to launch trading in base metal indices on June 29, 2020. The base metals index comprises copper, aluminium, lead, nickel and zinc. The base metals future contracts expiring in November and December 2020 and January 2021 will be available for trading from October 19. MCX had already started trading on bullion index, Bulldex, with good volume and making it the country's first such index on underlying bullion futures contracts.
Like MCX iCOMDEX Bullion Index, MCX iCOMDEX Base Metals Index is also one of the sectoral indices in the MCX iCOMDEX family, and the index is based on the liquid Aluminium, Copper, Lead, Nickel and Zinc futures contracts traded on MCX. The Index is an efficient tool for investors looking to manage their investments in base metal and, being an excess returns index, it is ideal for benchmarking and trading.
|Trading Unit (1 Lot)||Rs. 50 * MCX iCOMDEX Base Metal Index|
|Maximum Order Size||80 Lots|
|Initial Margin||Minimum 5 % or based on SPAN whichever is higher|
|Final Settlement||Cash settled|
|Final Settlement Price||The Final Settlement Price will be the underlying Index price arrived at based on Volume Weightage Average Price of the constituents of the underlying Index between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on the expiry day of the Index futures contract.|
|Index Governance||International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) standards|
|Maximum Allowable Open Position||For individual clients: 1,000 lots or 5% of market wide open position, whichever is higher for all MCX iCOMDEX base metal index futures contracts combined together.
For a member collectively for all clients: 10,000 lots or 15% of market wide open position, whichever is higher for all MCX iCOMDEX Base metal index futures contracts combined together.
Agreen week for rupee after RBI remains supportive in its latest monetary policy. As India still facing covid challenges since economic restrictions begins, RBI Governor has showed that he will do whatever it takes to make things in order. Well the latest RBI policy was not much for rupee centric but certainly boosts Indian bonds after announcing to buy state government bonds for the first time in history. While keeping the policy rate unchanged, RBI still eyeing on inflation figures. We will start the week with September inflation release on Monday which may come nearly 7% that can be the latest risk in rupee. In our previous episodes, we kept mentioning about up move in euro broadly by dollar weakness. On the major side, euro remains supportive after at the sharp rally rise in Chinese yuan from 7.11 to 6.70 against dollar mark gaining over 5.5% and the highest in more than 4 years which kept the momentum on positive side as China being the largest trade partner of European Union. A big week coming up for Pound. So far Brexit talks flipped every time whenever both EU and UK leaders met on discussion table. We are expecting hige jump in Pound's volatility when EU summit starts on the October 15th and can expect wide swings in GBPINR.
USD/INR (OCT) contract closed at 73.37 on 08-Oct-20. The contract made its high of 73.7675 on 07-Oct-20 and a low of 73.205 on 05-Oct-20 (Weekly Basis). The 21- day Exponential Moving Average of the USD/INR is currently at 73.75.
On the daily chart, the USD/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 36.26. One can sell at 73.30 for the target of 72.50 with the stop loss of 73.80.
GBP/INR (OCT) contract closed at 94.725 on 08-Oct-20. The contract made its high of 95.695 on 06-Oct-20 and a low of 94.445 on 07-Oct-20 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential Moving Average of the GBP/INR is currently at 95.25.
On the daily chart, GBP/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 43.40. One can sell at 95.00 for a target of 94.00 with the stop loss of 95.50.
|05th OCT||Euro zone economic recovery floundered in September as services struggled - PMI|
|06th OCT||Indian government names Shashanka Bhide, Ashima Goyal, Jayanth Varma as new MPC members|
|06th OCT||IMF urged infrastructure investment to boost post-COVID growth|
|06th OCT||As U.S. job growth stalls, someworkers facelong-termunemployment|
|09th OCT||China's services sector recovery gathers pace in Sept - Caixin PMI|
|06th OCT||U.S. trade deficit jumps to largest in 14 years in August|
|07th OCT||BOJ's Kuroda calls for more digitalisation, reform in Asia|
|07th OCT||Fed's Mester says ending stimulus talks will mean ‘much slower’ recovery - CNBC|
|09th OCT||RBI holds rates steady, sees economic recovery taking root|
EUR/INR (OCT) contract closed at 86.2725 on 08-Oct-20. The contract made its high of 86.83 on 06-Oct-20 and a low of 85.92 on 05-Oct-20 (Weekly Basis). The 21- day Exponential Moving Average of the EUR/INR is currently at 86.80.
On the daily chart, EUR/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 42.18. One can buy at 86.20 for a target of 87.20 with the stop loss of 85.70.
JPY/INR (OCT) contract closed at 69.2575 on 08-Oct-20. The contract made its high of 69.80 on 07-Oct-20 and a low of 69.215 on 08-Oct-20 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential Moving Average of the JPY/INR is currently at 69.83.
On the daily chart, JPY/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 34.71. One can sell at 69.25 for a target of 68.25 with the stop loss of 69.75.
Shares of Angel Broking made a poor stock market debut, as the scrip got listed at Rs 275, a 10.13 per cent discount to its issue price of Rs 306 . The brokerage manages nearly 21.5 lakh operational broking accounts and Rs 13,254 crore in client assets. Angel Broking's brokerage revenues accounted for 69.54 per cent of the total revenues in FY20. Revenue from lending activities, income from depository operations, portfolio management services, income from distribution, and other activities formed 30.46 per cent of the total revenue in FY 2020. At the issue price, Angel Broking commanded a valuation of 26.84 times FY20 earnings.
SoftBank-backed logistics unicorn Delhivery Pvt. Ltd is planning an initial public offering (IPO) in 12-18 months, joining a list of Indian startups looking to raise money and pave exits for their investors. The Gurugram-based company is waiting for upcoming rules on foreign listing but would prefer to list in India, chief business officer Sandeep Barasia said. Delhivery became a unicorn in 2019 when it raised $413 million in a Series F round led by SoftBank Vision Fund, along with existing investors Carlyle Group and Fosun International. It was then valued at $1.5 billion.
Flipkart, India’s most valuable consumer internet startup, may go for a public listing as early as next year, on the back of rapid digital transformation in the country, that has been further accelerated by the covid-19 pandemic. In 2018, Walmart Inc. had acquired a majority stake in Flipkart for $16 billion, valuing Flipkart at $21 billion. Doug McMillion, president and CEO, Walmart had said that it may take Flipkart public in as early as four years after the acquisition was closed.
Monthly contributions via systematic investment plans (SIP) in September has remained more or less stable compared to the last two months. Inflows for the same in September was Rs 7,788 crore, down marginally from Rs 7,792 crore in August and Rs 7,831 crore in July. Assets under management (AUM) of mutual fund companies that have come through the SIP route fell marginally to Rs 3.35 lakh crore in September from Rs 3.36 lakh crore in August. Overall, net AUM of the 42-player mutual fund industry fell to Rs 26.85 lakh crore in September from Rs 27.49 lakh crore a month ago.
Mutual fund industry's asset base rose by 12 percent to Rs 27.6 lakh crore during the September 2020 quarter, primarily on account of rebound in markets. The average asset under management (AAUM) of the industry, comprising 45 players, was at Rs 24.63 lakh crore in April-June quarter this year, according to data by Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi). All top 10 fund houses - SBI MF, HDFC MF, ICICI Prudential MF, Aditya Birla Sunlife MF, Nippon India MF, Kotak MF, Axis MF, UTI MF, IDFC MF and DSP MF - witnessed an increase in their respective average AUMs during the September quarter. Notably, Axis MF, UTI MF, SBI MF and Kotak MF have witnessed an increase in the range of 14-16 percent in their assets base beating the average industry's growth of 12 percent.