In the week gone by, global markets looked perplexed due to mixed earnings I reports, soured US-China relations and growing signs of a worsening coronavirus pandemic, which could exacerbate a deep economic recession. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose last week for the first time in nearly four months, suggesting the labor market was stalling amid resurgence in new COVID19 cases and depressed demand. Meanwhile, China has retaliated against a US order to close one of its consulates. There is an expectation among investors that the package for jobless which is expected to announce may be lesser. On the flipside, China’s recovery has offered a glimmer of growth. Chinese stocks rose by nearly $1 trillion in the span of a few short weeks.
Back at home, domestic market moved higher on the back of far stronger than anticipated results from the bank space, return of foreign flows and foreign investment commitments. Monsoon plays a very vital role for the agriculture economy and any rainfall which is in line with the normal or just above normal is always good news for the economy. And the silver lining is that this year Monsoon has been progressing very well. Meanwhile, there is an expectation of shortfall in its gross direct tax collection budget target by around Rs 3 lakh crore in FY21. For the current fiscal, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT)has set a tax target of Rs 13.19 lakh crore. IHS Markit expects the Indian economy to rebound in the second half of 2020 as the impact of the COVID-19pandemic subsides, and predicts 6.7 percent growth in the next financial year. In a significant escalation of tension with China, the Centre late Thursday changed rules to enable curbs on bidders from countries that share a land border with India “on the grounds of defence and national security”. Going forward, market will continue to witness stock specific movement as we are in the earning season. Besides, outcome of the Fed meeting which is scheduled this week, crude oil prices, global factors, Rupee movement, foreign fund out flow and inflow will continue to give direction to the movement.
On the commodity market front, some strong movements in bullion counter and in some agri commodities, CRB saw some further upside and closed near 143. Bullion counter outshined others on weakness in dollar and expectation of further stimulus from central banks to revive pandemic-hit economies. Silver has been on a winning streak over the past two-and-half months, gaining in nine of the past 10 weeks. It rose above $23 per ounce from 11-year lows under $12 hit in March. Silver is up 29% on the year while gold has risen 22%. It is expected to trade in a wide range of 58000-64000. Gold should continue to march north and may touch 52000 in days to come. Base metals should see limited upside as there is some disconnection with actual performance of economy and equity market, it is not rallying in a healthy manner, especially in the situation in which COVID-19 virus blows holes throughout the global economy. Durable Goods Orders, Consumer Confidence, GDP, Core PCE Price Index, PCE Price Index, Michigan Consumer Sentiment Finaland, Fed Interest Rate Decision of US, GDP of Spain, Italy, Mexico, Germany and Euro-area etc are some of important data and events schedule this week.
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With the strong operating metrics, stressed asset resolution, balanced moratorium books as compared to its peers and robustreturn ratios,the stock is expected to move further. Retail Banking continues to be the bedrock of Bank's financial performance and strong execution, robust distribution and digital proliferation which would help the Bank to gain strong market share and improve the customer experience. Thus, it is expected that the stock may see a price target of Rs.549 in 8 To 10 months time frame on target P/BV of 1.70x and FY21 (E) BVPS of Rs.323.00.
According to the management of the company, the lockdown did have an impact on its business, as seen in results. Its immediate attention is channeled towards fulfilling the continued demand that it is seeing for products. It is expected that the company would able to see speedy gain in market share in toothpastes segment on the back of new product launches, strong brand and wide distribution network. Thus, it is expected that the stock will see a price target of Rs.1662 in 8 to 10 months time frame on an expected P/BVx of 29x and FY21 BVPS of Rs.57.30.
The stock closed at Rs 137.50 on 24th July 2020. It made a 52-week low at Rs 56.90 on 25th March 2020 and a 52-week high of Rs. 169.90 on 17th September, 2019. The 200 days Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs 121.17
As we can see on chart that stock has formed an “Inverted Head and Shoulder” pattern on weekly charts, which is bullish in nature. Last week, stock has given the breakout of same by gained over 9% and also has managed to close above the neckline breakout of pattern so buying momentum may continue for coming days. Therefore, one can buy in the range of 134-135 levels for the upside target of 155-159 levels with SL below 125.
The stock closed at Rs 689.10 on 24th July 2020. It made a 52-week low of Rs 455 on 08th April 2020 and a 52-week high of Rs. 884.25 on 27th January, 2020. The 200 days Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs 666.05
Short term, medium term and long term bias are positive for the stock as it is trading in higher highs and higher lows on weekly charts, which is considered to be bullish. Apart from this, it has given the breakout of triangle pattern on daily charts and also closed above the same. Moreover, technical indicators such as RSI and MACD are also suggesting buying for the stock. Therefore, one can buy in the range of 680-684 levels for the upside target of 740-750 levels with SL below 650.
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Nifty indices continued its winning streak for the sixth consecutive week and ended above the 11150 levels backed by sharp surge in some of the leading names like Reliance, Infosys, & Tech Mahindra along with buying momentum in Oil and gas space. From derivative front short covering was witnessed by call writers at 11100 strike while put writers seen shifting to higher bands which points towards more upside in coming sessions. Although Bank Nifty witnessed healthy profit booking in Friday’s session, but still manage to end the week on positive note with gains of nearly 3%. The Implied Volatility (IV) of calls closed at 22.56 % while that for put options closed at 24.76%. The Nifty VIX for the week closed at 24.64% and is expected to remain sideways. PCR OI for the week closed at 1.63 indicating more put writing than call. From technical front the setup seems to be still positive for both the indices and we believe that Bullish momentum likely to continue in coming sessions as well. For Nifty immediate hurdle is placed at 11250 levels above which rally can get extended towards 11400 levels as well.
**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 (Aug) is expected to witness lower level buying near 5600- 5700 and the upside can get extended towards 6000-6100 levels. The spot prices are on an uptrend due to steady export demand from Bangladesh and weakness in Indian currency, helping overseas trade. Expectation of a fall in acreage in 2020-21 (Jul-Jun) in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the top producing states, is also supporting prices. At the Erode Turmeric Merchants Association, finger turmeric was sold at Rs.5,389-6,314 a quintal, root variety was sold at Rs.4,809-5,801. At the Erode Cooperative Marketing Society, finger turmeric was sold at Rs.5,550-6,399 a quintal, root variety was sold at Rs.5,399-5,753. Jeera futures (Aug) may get trapped in a consolidation zone in the range of 14200-14600 due to lack of cues from the spot markets. It is reported that the benchmark market in Unjha, Gujarat, will remain shut from 1 to 16 August over fears of COVID-19 and reports of cases in the premises. Dhaniya futures (Aug) trading near its six months high will possibly trade with an upside bias in a broader range of 6300-6700. Firm demand from domestic stockists amid a fall in arrivals is fuelling the prices on the spot markets. In Ramganj, a key trading centre in Rajasthan, the badami variety was sold at 6,600 rupees per 100 kg, and the eagle variety at 7,000 rupees. Cardamom futures (Aug) is on a recovery phase & this shall continue till 1550-1600 levels. Early round of pickings have started in some of the cardamom plantations and farmers are expecting a good yield, thanks to the good summer rains and favourable climatic conditions. A stable demand and resumption of exports to Saudi Arabia have boosted their hopes.
Bullion counter was headed for its biggest weekly gain in more than 3 months, steadying near a 9-year high, as it benefited from a weak dollar and inflation expectations, fuelled by the stimulus for virus-battered economies. Silver eyed its best week since 1987, with the additional impetus coming from bets for a revival in industrial activity. Prices have risen more than 4% this week, putting gold on course for its longest winning streak since late 2011. Interest rates are not really expected to go higher, and the likely response is seen as inflation. Gold tends to benefit from widespread stimulus measures from central banks as it is perceived as a hedge against inflation and currency debasement. The dollar index held near a two-year low with investors also awaiting Beijing’s response to the U.S. move to close its Houston consulate. The tensions also prompted investors to seek safety in bullion. Despite the bullishness, downside risks remain for gold. Demand for jewellery remains soft at prices above $1,800 in key retail markets India and China and gold has to be content with investment demand to push prices. Low physical demand has been forcing dealers in India and China to offer hefty discounts. Expectations of further stimulus and heightening geopolitical tensions continue to bolster safe-haven demand. Non-yielding gold has surged 24% this year, underpinned by lower interest rates and widespread stimulus measures from major central banks. This week, gold may trade in the range of 49800- 51700 and Silver may trade in the range of 58200-64300. Whereas on COMEX gold may trade in the range of $1800-$1920 and Silver may trade in the range of $20.20-$24.30.
Soybean futures (Aug) is expected to hold support near 3700, while the upside may remain capped near 3900. In the present scenario, farmers in major grown areas of Madhya Pradesh, are staring at loss of soybean crop if the monsoon continues to play truant for the next one week or so. The result is the surface in the agriculture field has started showing cracks and crop withering. In many areas, soybean plants have started turning yellow and the growth of plants is affected. U.S soybean futures is witnessing a bull run as the China has returned in full force to the U.S. soybean market exporters hope that the upcoming shipping season will be their most successful in three years. Mustard futures (Aug) is expected to surpass the previous high of 4805 and trade further higher towards 4900, taking support near 4730. The steady demand from the crushers & lesser availability of this winter grown oilseeds is acting as a catalyst for the counter. If we take a closer look then the spread gap between soy oil (Aug) & CPO (Aug) has narrowed since the month of May from - 186 to currently at -120. In days to come, this spread gap is expected to narrow further to -100. This depicts that the palm oil is gaining at a faster pace as compared to so oil. Here, investors can adopt a strategy of buying CPO & selling soy oil. The fundamentals cite that supply pressure may increase on soybean oil as there are expectations of higher import of crude degummed soyoil in July. On the other hand, the prospect of a La Nina weather pattern bringing wetter-than-normal weather to Indonesia and Malaysia could hit palm oil crop production.
Oil prices stuck in a wide range of 2780-3200 levels where selling can be seen from higher levels, as investors worried the U.S. Congress may not agree on a stimulus package and as jobless numbers rose, while analysts prepared to cut energy demand forecasts as the number of coronavirus cases surges higher. The U.S. dollar was trading at its lowest against a basket of currencies. DXY since September 2018. A weaker dollar usually spurs buying of dollar-priced commodities, like oil, because they become cheaper for holders of other currencies. But weak U.S. jobless numbers and a surge in coronavirus cases weighed on oil prices and stock markets. U.S. Senate Republican leaders and White House officials tried to hammer out a proposal for a fresh round of coronavirus aid, meanwhile Democratic leaders, rejected the idea of passing a piecemeal bill. U.S. coronavirus cases approached 4 million, with more than 2,600 new cases every hour on average - the highest rate in the world. Adding to the market uncertainty, U.S.-China relations deteriorated as Washington gave Beijing 72 hours to close its consulate in Houston after spying allegations. The Chinese foreign ministry said the U.S. move had “severely harmed” relations and that China would be forced to respond. This week we may witness correction in crude oil where it may take support near 2720 levels and face resistance near 3320 levels. Natural gas prices edged higher previous week over 6%, with a couple of storms brewing in the Gulf of Mexico and on forecasts for high air conditioning demand during a heatwave expected to blanket much of the country through at least early August. This week Natural gas may trade within wider range of 122-148 levels.
Cotton futures (July) facing resistance near 16500 is expected to trade with a bearish bias and witness correction towards 15500. Apart from negative cues from the overseas market due to U.S-China stand-off, the news that Cotton Corporation of India is selling the fiber crop in the open market through auctions and also offers discounts on bulk orders has created a selling pressure over the counter. Chana futures (Aug) is expected to witness an upside momentum towards 4250, taking support near 4080. Festive buying and deficient rainfall in Madhya Pradesh and some parts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have perked up pulse seeds prices in Indore mandis. There are reports of damage to crops in these regions, leading to sharp rise in pulse seeds prices. Lastly, the extension of the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKY) until 30 November has led to a huge requirement of chana dal. Mentha oil futures (Aug) trading near its 3 year low is expected to go down further towards 900-885 levels. The demand for the mint has gone on a back foot after ban on sale of gutkha tobacco products. Moreover, the inventories on exchange warehouse are rising week-on-week and this season the production has been on the higher side. Last week, the Delhi government has extended the ban on storage, distribution, or sale of tobacco which is either flavored, scented or mixed with any of the said additives, and whether going by the name or form of gutkha, pan masala, flavored/scented tobacco, kharra for one more year. The city government’s Food Safety Department has been issuing notification on the ban of gutkha and pan masala for the last four years.
Base metal may trade in range while profit booking at higher level cannot be denied. Copper can trade in the range of 490-520 levels. Copper prices may get support as available stockpiles in London Metal Exchange (LME) warehouses tumbled and a spike in the cost of metal for immediate delivery pointed to a tightening market. Miner Antofagasta and workers at its Zaldivar mine decided to extend government-mediated talks for a new union contract and avoid a strike. The premium for LME cash copper over three-month metal jumped to a 16-month high of $24.50 a tonne from a $30 discount in May. A premium signals tighter nearby supply. Freeport Mcmoran’s quarterly copper production fell 1.2% to 767 million pounds but the miner are not making any major plans to boost production until we have clarity in this market situation. But the prices may get pressurised due to worsening U.S.-China relations and rising coronavirus infections that could dampen economic growth and demand for metals. Zinc may move towards 180 levels and taking support near 160 levels while Lead can move towards 152 levels while taking support near 140 levels. Nickel may test to 1045 levels taking support near 980 levels. Chinese prices of imported nickel concentrates will likely increase this quarter as domestic nickel pig iron (NPI) smelters and traders begin building up stocks ahead of the rainy season in the Philippines over October-March when shipments to China will be disrupted, market watchers have predicted. Aluminum may trade in the range of 134-145 levels. Global primary aluminium consumption was down by 9% in the second quarter from a year earlier, and was expected to be weak for the rest of the year, leading to a surplus of 3-4.7 million tonnes, Norsk Hydro said.
NATURAL GAS MCX (AUG) contract closed at Rs. 138.70 on 23rd Jul’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 159.40 on 27th May’2020 and a low of Rs. 121.40 on 26th Jun’2020. The 18-day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 135.34. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 47.595.
One can buy near Rs. 128 for a target of Rs. 145 with the stop loss of Rs. 121.
COPPER MCX (AUG) contract closed at Rs. 513.50 on 23rd Jul’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 513.50 on 23rd Jul’2020 and a low of Rs. 412.90 on 27th May’2020. The 18- day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 492.17. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 73.487.
One can sell near Rs. 513 for a target of Rs. 492 with the stop loss of Rs. 521.
JEERANCDEX (AUG) contract was closed at Rs. 14595.00 on 23rd Jul’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 14640.00 on 24th Jul’2020 and a low of Rs. 13105.00 on 19th May’2020. The 18-day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 14087.27. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 65.623.
One can buy near Rs. 14100 for a target of Rs. 14800 with the stop loss of Rs 13700.
With some strong movements in bullion counter and in some agri commodities, CRB saw some further upside and closed near 143 levels. Bullion counter outshined others on weakness in dollar and expectation of further stimulus from central banks to revive pandemic-hit economies. White House officials and top Congressional Democrats discussed a next round of coronavirus relief that would include extended unemployment insurance and more money for schools. Silver caught the attention of investors with its magical upside move. The Gold to Silver ratio is currently at 89.1. It peaked in March 2020 at 126.6. Historically, after a peak this ratio is established at a time when the global stock market enters a period of contraction or extreme risk. From the peak in the Gold to Silver ratio in late 2008, the ratio contracted over 63% to bottom in mid-2011. The dollar index hit a low of near 94.61 on July 22, the lowest since September 2018, amid reduced safe-haven buying and concerns about rising US virus cases. US China tensions also lifted up safe haven buying. US-Sino relations further deteriorated after the US told China to close its consulate in Houston in three days citing a need to protect American intellectual property and information caused a bout of risk aversion. Gold made new historic high of 50936 in MCX. Despite trade tensions, base metals moved up. Natural gas futures settled +6.74% to 134.60 for the highest close since last 1 week, as traders watched a tropical depression building off the coast of Texas that may develop into Tropical Storm Hanna. Crude was modestly up even after a surprise jump in crude inventories in the U.S. that saw prices fall from four-month highs in New York on Wednesday. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported a big build in crude oil inventories of 4.892 million barrels, far in excess of the forecasted draw of 2.088 million barrels.
Agri commodities performed mix in the week gone by. Mustard and CPO moved up whereas refined soya and soyabean saw pause in the rally. It is being estimated that India’s soybean production is set to jump by at least 15% in 2020 from a year earlier as farmers are increasing the oilseed’s acreage due to timely arrival of monsoon rains. The bumper crop would put additional pressure on local soybean prices as the country is expected to start the new marketing year with carry forward stocks of 1.28 million tonnes, up from 170,000 tonnes a year ago. Cotton counter saw lackluster trading. The outlook appears adverse owing to an inventory pile-up being witnessed across the value chain, which is likely to keep demand from the downstream segments subdued. Mentha continued to trade bearish. The arrivals are higher from the fresh harvested crops and on the contrary the export demand is muted from China.
Monsoon is the lifeblood of India’s farm-dependent economy. India gets around 70 percent ofits annualrainfall during the monsoon season, which also affects the yield of some key kharif or summer crops like rice, pulses and oilseeds such as soybeans. Farmers start planting these crops with the arrival of monsoon rains in June.
Around 50% of India’s total food output comes in the form of summer crops. A delayed monsoon can lead to lower food production and supply issues and even accelerate food inflation. Below normal monsoon can also lead to drought.
The country has received six per cent more rainfall than normal so far in this monsoon season, but precipitation in parts of north India remains deficient, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
IMD had already predicted in its long range forecast update for Monsoon 2020 released in June, that southwest monsoon seasonal (June to September) rainfall over the country as a whole is likely to be normal (96-104 per cent). Monsoon arrived in Kerala on June 1, its normal onset date, marking the commencement of the fourmonth rainfall season in the country.
The IMD has four meteorological divisions and rainfall has been more than normal in the south peninsula, central India, and east and northeast India divisions. But the northwest India division, which covers Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and Rajasthan, has recorded a 19 per cent deficiency, according to the IMD. Till 22nd July, rainfall deficiency was recorded in Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh has recorded large scale deficiency.
The south peninsula division has recorded 17 per cent more rainfall than normal. It covers Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The IMD said Andhra Pradesh has so far recorded rainfall in the ‘large excess category’, while Tamil Nadu and Telangana have received ‘excess’rainfall.
A good Monsoon season leads to bumper farm output that keeps food prices under control. This is so because food accounts for 50% of the country’s consumer price index, which is closely monitored by RBI. When farm output goes up, it boosts demand for consumer goods as well as income of rural people. All of this leads to a stronger economic growth. However, a poor monsoon results in lower farm output and forces the government to spend on the import of food as well as take measures like farm loan waivers. These widen fiscal deficit. Good monsoon season, hence, also checks government spending.
Indian rupee has recorded the best performing emerging currency amongst Asian peers backed by record FDI flows as well as global dollar sell-off mode. However rising commodity prices especially oil and India's failure to contain the virus may drag rupee lower in weeks to come. Moreover after recovering in May & June, there has been a net outflow of capital so far in July which suggest worst is yet to hit in rupee. From trade war front, closure of diplomatic relations between China and US as well as India tightened restrictions on vendors based in bordering countries from supplying goods and services to government departments in another retaliatory move may put rupee in back door. From the majors, euro reached near to 18 months high after EU leaders agreed to seal big fiscal stimulus of €1.08 bn for next seven budgetary years. Latest July PMI number does suggest that recovery in the euro zone is getting at a faster pace but still below pre-lockdown levels. Going forward next week , two days FOMC meet ending on July 29 will be crucial in FX space as US real yield has fallen to record lows since inception and policymakers may try to bring valuable relief to lift inflation higher.
USD/INR (JUL) contract closed at 74.8425 on 23-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 75.1000 on 20-Jul-2020 and a low of 74.5525 on 22-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential MovingAverage oftheUSD/INR is currently at 75.23.
On the daily chart, the USD/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 39.24. One can buy at 74.75 for the target of 75.75 with the stop loss of 74.25.
GBP/INR (JUL) contract closed at 95.0775 on 23-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 95.3325 on 23-Jul-2020 and a low of 93.8725 on 20-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential MovingAverage oftheGBP/INR is currently at 94.57.
On the daily chart, GBP/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 55.36. One can sell at 95.50 for a target of 94.50 with the stop loss of 96.10.
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EUR/INR (JUL) contract closed at 86.6775 on 23-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 86.7350 on 23-Jul-2020 and a low of 85.3850 on 21-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis).The 21-day Exponential Moving Average of the EUR/INR is currently at 85.55
On the daily chart, EUR/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 65.96. One can buy at 86.60 for a target of 87.50 with the stop loss of 86.10.
JPY/INR (JUL) contract closed at 69.8350 on 23-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 70.0650 on 22-Jul-2020 and a low of 69.6050 on 21-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential MovingAverage ofthe JPY/INR is currently at 70.15
On the daily chart, JPY/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 43.02. One can buy at 69.75 for a target of 70.50 with the stop loss of 69.25.
Rossari Biotech made a solid debut, as the scrip got listed at Rs 670 on BSE, a premium of 57.65 per cent over its issue price of Rs 425. The initial public offering, sold in the price band of Rs 423-425 from July 13 to July 15, was subscribed over 79 times. At the issue price, the stock demanded a valuation that was 19.9 times FY20’s EV/Ebitda and 33.1 times earnings per share on a FY20 basis. Rossari is among the largest manufacturers of textile specialty chemicals in India. It also manufactures acrylic polymers. The company offers three main product categories -- namely home, personal care and performance chemicals; textile specialty chemicals and animal health & nutrition products. The home care segment accounted for 46.81 per cent of its total revenues in FY20 (against just 18.63 per cent in FY18), textile specialty 43.71 per cent (from 71.54 per cent in FY18) and animal healthcare 9.48 per cent (9.83 per cent in FY18). Rossari manufactures a majority of its products in-house at its Silvassa manufacturing facility and is setting up another manufacturing facility at Dahej in Gujarat with a proposed installed capacity of 132,500 MTPA.
The initial public offering of Mindspace Business Parks REIT will open for subscription on July 27 and the price band has been fixed at Rs 274-275 per share. The company is looking to raise up to Rs 4,500 crore from this issue, which consists of a fresh issue of units aggregating up to Rs 1,000 crore and offer for sale of units of Rs 3,500 crore. This is the second public issue in the REIT segment. Embassy Office Parks REIT was the first one to launch Rs 4,750 crore IPO in March 2019. K Raheja Corp's Mindspace Business Parks REIT IPO has already received commitment worth Rs 1,125 crore from institutional investors including Singapore government's sovereign fund GIC, affiliates of Fidelity Group, Capital Group, Fullerton Group. With this, the proposed REIT IPO has already received response for 25 percent of the issue size by strategic investors. Total REIT units proposed to be subscribed by strategic investors will be 4.09 crore units and will be allotted to them at Rs 275 per piece, according to the offer document filed with the Securities & Board of India (SEBI). Therefore, the net offer after excluding strategic investors' portion would be around 12.27 crore units or Rs 3,375 crore. As per the document, 75 percent of the net offer (around 9.20 crore units or worth Rs 2,531 crore) is reserved for institutional investors and the rest 25 percent (around 3.07 crore units or worth Rs 844 crore) for non-institutional investors.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said mutual funds will have to start doing at least 10% of their total secondary market trades by value in the corporate bonds on the exchange platform. The move is part of the capital market regulator’s attempts to develop an actively-traded corporate bond market.Sebi said in a circular mutual fund will trade corporate bonds by placing and seeking quotes through the ‘one-to-many’ mode on the Request for Quote (RFQ) platform of stock exchanges. One-to-many mode—a rarely used trading system—is similar to the auction process where multiple buyers can bid for one security. All transactions in Corporate Bonds and Commercial Papers wherein Mutual Fund is on both sides of the trade shall be executed through RFQ platform of stock exchanges in one-to- one mode,” the Sebi circular said. “ Any transaction entered by mutual fund in Corporate Bonds in one to many mode and gets executed with another mutual fund shall also be counted for the aforesaid 10% requirement.” One-to-One mode involves transactions between two entities. The regulator said the new rule would be effective from October 1, 2020. It is based on the recommendation of Sebi-appointed Mutual Fund Advisory Committee (MFAC).
Mutual funds industry has witnessed a 9 per cent growth in folio count to nearly 9 crore in 2019-20 on the back of addition in investors account by several fund houses including Axis MF and ICICI Prudential MF. Industry experts said addition of folios indicates investors' maturity and understanding about market risks associated with the mutual fund schemes. According to data from Association of Mutual Funds in India, the number of folios with 45 fund houses rose to 8.97 crore at the end of March 2020 from 8.25 crore in March 2019, registering a growth of 9 per cent. Of the 45 players, most of the mutual funds witnessed an addition in folios and only 11 saw a decline in investors account.
Axis Mutual Fund has added most number of folios in the financial year 2019-20. The fund house garnered 21,21,367 folios in FY 2019-20, 55% up from the folios added in FY 2018-19. Axis MF was followed by ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund, which added 16,77,737 folios in FY 2019-20. Mirae Asset added 11,73,384 folios. In terms of percentage increase Parag Parik Mutual Fund recorded the maximum growth in portfolio. The folio number jumped from 80,289 in FY2018-19 to 1,84,789 folios in 2019-20. An increase of 130%.
The second tranche of Bharat Bond ETF (exchange traded fund) was over-subscribed 3.7 times, collecting Rs 10,992 crore. Bharat Bond ETF was launched on July 14 and closed on July 17. The base issue size was Rs 3,000 crore with a green-shoe option of Rs 12,000 crore, taking the total size to Rs 15,000 crore. "The Bharat Bond NFO Tranche II has seen resounding success, receiving applications amounting to Rs 10,992 crore," Edelweiss Asset Management said in a statement. With approximately 40,000 applications received and considering COVID-19 restrictions on accepting physical applications, Edelweiss Mutual Fund's Bharat Bond NFO witnessed wide retail participation with strong support from digital channels, it added. The first tranche of Bharat Bond ETF had fetched about Rs 12,400 crore from its debut offer in December 2019. The ETF currently invests only in 'AAA' rated bonds of public sector companies.