In the week gone by, global markets rallied with optimism that coronavirus vaccine I is around the corner. China's economy grew 3.2% in the second quarter following a record slump. Undoubtedly, China is experiencing a modest domestic recovery; however, the world’s second-largest economy remains vulnerable to setbacks as shutdowns continue to hamper activity across the globe. Meanwhile, the ECB opted to maintain its emergency coronavirus bond-buying program at its current levels and left interest rates unchanged. In March, the central bank embarked on a massive stimulus program to mitigate the economic shock from the pandemic. Last month, it expanded its Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program by 600 billion euros, bringing the total stimulus program to 1.35 trillion euros ($1.54 trillion). Oil prices fell from a four-month high even after the OPEC+ alliance confirmed it would start tapering output cuts from next month.
Back at home, domestic markets continued to move higher despite rising coronavirus cases in India amid positive global equities. The market always looks at the future. There is news in the street that India will be current account surplus in FY21 due to lower oil imports, lower gold imports, and reduction in imports from China. The domestic rating agency ICRA has revised its forecast for contraction in India's GDP in FY21 to 9.5 percent from 5 percent it expected earlier, as continued lockdowns in some states have affected the recovery seen in May and June. Another data showed that India’s retail inflation, which is measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) grew 6.09 per cent in the month of June. It is expected that RBI will be in wait and watch mood before taking any major decision of rate cut. The latest trade data reveals that the contraction in exports observed over the past few months appears to be easing slowly; the implications of the continuing deep contraction in imports on end-demand are worrying. This narrowing gap between export and import growth has led to India registering a trade surplus of nearly $800 million in June — this is the first time in almost two decades that the country has registered a trade surplus. Going forward, it is expected that market will continue to move to and fro between rising number of cases in India and the liquidity factor. Besides the earnings announcements will continue to further induce stock-specific volatility.
On the commodity market front, market traded in a very narrow range on persisted ambiguity worldwide. CRB closed near 141 levels. Crude prices closed up last week on decline in inventories, nevertheless second round of infection compelling many places to go for lockdown again limiting the upside. It is likely to trade in a wide range of 2800-3200.Gold maintains a healthy bullish bearing despite having slightly pulled back after plotting a fresh more than 8½-year high of 1,817.89. Silver outperformed gold in last few months. Silver has been in the limelight for the last three months due to slowing mining activities due to the rising coronavirus cases, gradual increase in industrial demand and safe haven buying in precious metals. Better investment demand also pushed up the prices and it is likely to touch 54500 in days to come. EU Meeting on Common Recovery Plan, Inflation Rate of Japan and Canada, Consumer Confidence of Germany, Markit Manufacturing PMI Flash of US etc are major triggers for commodities this week.
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Tech Mahindra has the largest exposure to Telecom business which accounts nearly 43% of revenues compared to other large Indian IT companies, where impact on financials and spending is likely to be low from COVID-19. Over the past couple of years, company has increased the pace of acquisition in order to strengthen its digital offerings. Digital segment currently accounts 36% of total revenue and the management of the company aims to increase the share to 50% in coming years. Thus, it is expected that the stock will see a price target of Rs.721 in 8 to 10 months time frame on a current P/BVx of 2.65x and FY21 BVPS of Rs.272.16.
With the strong market position, geographical diversification in revenue, healthy profitability backed by sound operating efficiencies and leading to sizeable annual cash generation, the company has gained market share in a tough environment. Thus, it is expected that the stock will see a price target of Rs.493 in 8 to 10 months time frame on a current P/E of 13x and FY21 (E) EPS of Rs.37.94.
The stock closed at Rs 116.30 on 17th July 2020. It made a 52-week low at Rs 57.15 on 19th March 2020 and a 52-week high of Rs. 126.65 on 27th January, 2020. The 200 days Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs 105.14
As we can see on chart that stock is forming an “Inverted Head and Shoulder” pattern on weekly charts, which is considered to be bullish. Last week, stock tried to give the breakout of same but couldn’t hold the high levels and managed to close above the support along with good volumes. So, buying momentum may expect from current levels. Therefore, one can buy in the range of 112-114 levels for the upside target of 130-134 levels with SL below 105.
The stock closed at Rs 875.20 on 17th July 2020. It made a 52-week low of Rs 519.40 on 19th March 2020 and a 52-week high of Rs. 1030 on 30th October, 2019. The 200 days Exponential Moving Average (DEMA) of the stock on the daily chart is currently at Rs 803.22
After registering yearly low of 519 levels, stock started moving higher and traded in higher highs and higher lows on weekly charts, which is bullish in nature. Apart from this, it was formed a “Triangle pattern” on weekly charts and has given the breakout of same in last week along with high volumes. So, follow up buying can expect for coming days. Therefore, one can buy in the range of 865-872 levels for the upside target of 960-980 levels with SL below 820.
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The winning streak continues in Nifty for the fifth consecutive week as index rallied over 1% week on week basis, backed by sharp surge in some of the front line names like Reliance, HDFC Bank & ICICI Bank along with sharp surge in Oil and gas space with BPCL among top gainers in Friday’s session. From derivative front, call writers at 10800 strike triggered short covering and supported a big move in nifty indices. However bank nifty remained under pressure during the week and ended with loss of nearly 2 % despite a sharp surge in Friday’s session. The Implied Volatility (IV) of calls closed at 23.64% while that for put options closed at 25.12%. The Nifty VIX for the week closed at 25.36% and is expected to remain sideways. PCR OI for the week closed at 1.50 down from 1.62 as compared to last week. From technical front, Nifty has managed to surpass above its 200 days simple moving average and now it is likely to trade with positive bias in coming sessions as well. The immediate hurdle for Nifty is placed at 11000 levels while above 22100 level Bank Nifty can trigger further up move in coming sessions.
**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 trade with a positive bias in the range of 5350-5700 levels. At the spot markets, sale of turmeric has been very encouraging and mostly 100% percent sale is being recorded. The reason behind this is that good quality is arriving and the traders are quoting increased price. In days to come, we may see some recovery as the traders are waiting for fresh upcountry demand, and presently getting demand from locals and also from turmeric powder grinding units. Jeera futures (Aug) will probably witness lower level buying near 13800 levels and the upside may get extended towards 14500-14800 levels. The commodity is attractive for the importers as the international jeera prices have fallen, too, hovering in the range of $1,780-1,800 (FOB rates) per tone. The market participants believe that exports will pick up as more countries are coming out of lockdown and consumption is picking up too. On the supply side, the Unjha market has announced that due to Covid-19, jeera auctions will be held only alternate days to avoid crowding and congestion at the yard, hence arrivals are also lower during this time of the year. Cardamom futures (Aug) is likely to witness an upside momentum towards 1550-1650 levels. The revival of exports to Saudi Arabia from May, after resolving the pesticide residue issues, has enabled the sector to maintain a sales momentum. The crop has started hitting the markets on time without any delay, but the quantity of the crop entering the market is low as compared to arrivals during the peak months of Aug-Sep. The moisture content in the new crop is at the standard level of 8%.
Bullion counter edged lower previous week as the dollar firmed, but worries over mounting coronavirus cases and worsening U.S.-China ties limited declines. ECB kept its policy on hold, prompting some investors to lock in profits, but worries over mounting cases of the coronavirus and their impact on economic recovery limited bullion’s decline. The key narrative is that central banks are on hold for some time and more stimuli is coming but it’s going to be much later. That’s taking a little bit of the bullish trend that gold has firmly been in recently. Some investors are locking profits but medium to long investors are firmly maintaining their position and they’re looking to buy on any significant dip. Gold has risen 19% this year, prompted by massive stimulus measures and low interest rates, although market participants are still divided on the outlook for inflation. The recent surge in COVID-19 cases in the United States has forced states such as California to shut down again, sparking fears of more business damage. Lower U.S. interest rates increase the appeal of non-yielding bullion. The bull’s case for gold remains intact with real rates low and suppressed and which would be able to sustain the high price of gold. Markets also kept a wary eye on China’s trade relations with the U.S., with Washington considering a ban on travel to the United States by all members of the Chinese Communist Party and their families. This week, gold may trade in the range of 46800-49700 and Silver may trade in the range of 46900-53800. Whereas on COMEX gold may trade in the range of $1780-$1820 and Silver may trade in the range of $18.20-$19.90.
Soybean futures (Aug) is facing resistance near 3800 levels since past three weeks, which depicts that the gains are getting limited a correction can be see towards 3650-3600 in days to come. 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. On the contrary, U.S soybean futures is trading on a bullish path as there has been a flurry of export sales reported in recent days. Recently, China made a statement that it will stick to the Phase 1 trade deal with the U.S. Secondly, private importers in the Asian nation booking more U.S. soybeans as the end of Brazil’s export season approached. Mustard futures (Aug) may continue to face resistance near 4755 and the upside may remain capped. The demand from millers is expected to slow down as they are not finding good quality of this oilseed in the spot markets. On the Haryana side, mustard is said to be less amount of amount of protein and content of oil, so the branded oil manufacturers are focusing on Rajasthan mandies. Soy oil futures (Aug) & CPO futures (Aug) are witnessing a bull run and it is likely to continue as they have the potential to test 870 & 730 respectively. The edible oil on Bursa Malaysia & CBOT are witnessing an parallel rally on the back of robust demand amid falling supplies.
Oil prices rally saw a pause after OPEC+ agreed to ease record supply curbs and as new infections of the novel coronavirus continue to surge in the United States. U.S. crude has remained above $40 a barrel for the last several weeks. The OPEC and its allies, known as OPEC+, lowered daily supply beginning in May and demand worldwide has rebounding, helping prices to stabilize. Fears of a second wave of cases of COVID-19 - led by the United States - are keeping the rally in check. Nearly 600,000 people worldwide have died of the disease. OPEC+ agreed to scale back oil production cuts from August, reducing cuts by 2 million barrels per day to 7.7 million bpd through December. Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said production cuts in August and September would end up amounting to about 8.1 million-8.3 million bpd, more than the headline number. In a sign of recovery, China’s refinery daily crude oil throughput in June climbed 9% from a year earlier, reaching its highest level on record due to rising consumption. The market is trading fairly ‘risk on’ on vaccine hopes, it’s largely COVID news driving the price action recently. This week we may witness correction in crude oil where it may take support near 2720 and face resistance near 3200. Natural gas prices edged higher previous week ahead of anticipated warmer-than-usual temperatures in some parts though demand in the region remained sluggish. Nearly 30 laden LNG tankers are idling in mostly Asian and European waters, as traders take advantage of cheap prompt prices and freight rates in a bet that high winter demand will eventually boost the market. This week Natural gas may trade in wider range of 122-148.
Cotton futures (July) is expected to witness another round of consolidation in the range of 15850-16550 levels. 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. The main reason for the slow recovery has been the sluggishness in demand in the downstream segments of fabrics and apparels. Moreover, India’s cotton yarn exports to China have declined to increased competition from countries from major producing countries. In the international market, ICE cotton is feeling the pressure of lower demand after US has announced it will not start Phase 2 negotiations with the Chinese. In the world market, the retail demand for cotton has been slow as many consumers got hurt economically due to stay at home orders during the height of the pandemic and have little disposable funds to spend on clothes. Chana futures (Aug) is expected to trade with a bearish bias in the range of 4040-4200. Sluggish trend is being witnessed in pulses due to weak physical demand and lack of buying support from the millers. Moreover, profit booking from the higher levels and reports of sale by Nafed is keeping a lid on the gains. Also this Kharif season sowing is much higher at about 64.25 lakh ha area coverage under pulses as compared to 24.49 lakh ha. during the corresponding period of last year. The trend of mentha oil futures (July) is bearish & in days to come, the downside may get extended towards 950-940. The arrivals are higher from the fresh harvested crops and on the contrary the export demand is muted from China.
Base metal may trade in range while profit booking at higher level cannot be denied. Copper can move towards 510 levels by taking support at 465 levels. Copper prices may pressurise due to worsening U.S. - China relations and rising coronavirus infections that could dampen economic growth and demand for metals. But better-than-expected Chinese demand, supply disruption, stimulus measures and economic re-openings around the world could help a rally in copper prices. The Trump administration is considering a ban on travel to the United States for all members of the Chinese Communist Party and their families. The doubts over the durability of China’s economic recovery or uneven recovery and risks of second-waves slowing down the pickup in industrial commodities poses demand side risks. China posted a forecastbeating 3.2% year-on-year increase in GDP in the second quarter and a rise in industrial output, but signs of weak demand at home and abroad pushed its stock markets down almost 5%. Zinc may move towards 180 and taking support near 160. Expectations of an improvement in domestic consumption will offer some support to SHFE zinc Lead can move towards 152 while taking support near 140. Nickel may test to 1030 by taking support near 975. Traders likely remain concerned about potential nickel supply shortages and they expect governments to accelerate their investments in green energy as a form of stimulating their economies. Antaike reported China’s nickel cathode output in June rose 10.8% year over year to 15,099 metric tons. Aluminum may trade in the range of 132-145. Low social inventories in China will continue to offer support, while profit-taking in the broad markets weigh on counter. China’s primary aluminium production rose to 3.02 million tonnes - its highest in six months - in June.
NATURAL GAS MCX (AUG) contract closed at Rs. 134.00 on 16th 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. 137.81. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 42.805.
One can buy near Rs. 127 for a target of Rs. 145 with the stop loss of Rs. 121.
CRUDE OIL MCX (AUG) contract closed at Rs. 3084.00 on 16th Jul’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 3178.00 on 23rd Jun’2020 and a low of Rs. 2520 on 19th May’2020. The 18-day Exponential Moving Average of the commodity is currently at Rs. 3039.89. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 55.087.
One can sell near Rs. 3080 for a target of Rs. 2780 with the stop loss of Rs. 3190.
JEERANCDEX (AUG) contract was closed at Rs. 13855.00 on 16th Jul’2020. The contract made its high of Rs. 14135.00 on 11th Jun’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. 13806.77. On the daily chart, the commodity has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 62.623.
One can buy near Rs. 13800 for a target of Rs. 14600 with the stop loss of Rs 13400.
Market traded in a very narrow range on persisted ambiguity worldwide. CRB closed near 141. Gold maintains a healthy bullish bearing despite having slightly pulled back after plotting a fresh more than 8½-year high of 1,817.89. Gold futures posted a modest gain, with dollardenominated prices for the metal supported by weakness in the U.S. dollar. Strength in global stock markets, on the heel of some positive news surrounding a coronavirus vaccine limited gold's price climb. Silver outperformed gold and closed above 53000 levels. Silver is benefiting from precious metals and industrial metals. Silver has been in the limelight for the last three months due to slowing mining activities due to the rising coronavirus cases, gradual increase in industrial demand and safe haven buying in precious metals. Crude prices closed up last week on decline in inventories. The EIA said crude stockpiles fell 7.5 million barrels for the week ending July 11. Crude prices jumped (after) following both the OPEC+ recommendation to slowly bring back some oil supplies. Natural gas futures slipped from higher side nevertheless warmer weather across the US led to a year-to-date high in gas-fired generation demand for the weekended July 10. Copper managed to trade in range and closed up. Large-scale speculators like hedge funds have built long positions (bets that copper will trade at a higher level in the future) to pre-pandemic levels and at the same time cut shorts. Zinc was up whereas lead and aluminum were slightly bearish on spread of coronavirus everywhere.
In edible oil pack both CPO and ref soya oil performed well. Ref soya moved up 40 points in just three weeks. U.S soy oil trade higher on CBOT, drew support from expectations of fresh demand from China and bullish monthly U.S. soy crushing data.Soyabean saw limited upside as soybean meal exports from India are plummeting, amid non-competitive prices in the global market amid a poor crop last year and rival countries eating into the traditional markets such as South East Asian countries.Private buyers booked at least five cargoes of U.S. soybeans on last Wednesday, or at least 300,000 tonnes, for shipment mostly in October and November from Gulf Coast and Pacific Northwest ports. Mustard was weak too. The recent statistic show that that crushing is steady at 8 lakhs tons per month and on the supply side, stock with processors &stockists& NAFED/HAFED is about 17.75 lakh tons.U.S soy oil trade higher on CBOT, drew support from expectations of fresh demand from China and bullish monthly U.S. soy crushing data.The world’s second largest palm oil producer Malaysia has estimated its total palm oil export value this year at 65-70 billion ringgit ($15.24 billion-$16.41 billion). This is up from 63.73 billion ringgit in palm oil exports achieved last year.
Among all the precious metals, silver, by virtue of being more affordable, has been a preferred choice of masses for ornaments and bullion investment. For thousands of years, silver has maintained a positive commercial demand as an investment, currency, and storehouse of value.
Silver’s role as a valued investment was broadly on display during the first half of 2020, as investors actively accumulated silver in the first six months of the year, leading to a 10 percent gain in investment demand. Paving the way was remarkably strong growth in silver-backed exchange-traded products (ETPs), which have posted successive all-time highs this year,together with solid silver coin and barinvestment.
Retail and institutional inflows into silver ETPs have been impressive this year. As of June 30, global holdings reached a fresh all-time high of 925 million ounces (Moz), which is roughly 14 months of mine supply. The ETP growth in the first half 2020 of 196 Moz comfortably surpassed the highest annual inflow of 149 Moz set in 2009.
The COVID-19 crisis negatively impacted silver fabrication demand in the opening half of the year. After a sharp contraction in the March-April period, silver industrial demand has shown signs of improvement from May onwards after many key economies gradually lifted lockdown measures. However, weak consumer confidence and a sharp rise in unemployment weighed on demand in many end-user applications such as automobiles and consumer electronics.
Silver jewellery is expected to weather the storm far better than other precious metals this year. Metals Focus, the independent precious metals consultancy, forecasts an annual decline for global silver jewellery fabrication of just 7 percent against a projected 25 percent slump for gold. That has certainly been illustrated already by US import statistics, where its imports of silver jewellery (in US$ terms) have improved from -65% y/y in April to -41% in May.
Global silver mine supply is expected to continue its decline, given the temporary production stoppages of mining operations in several significant silver mining countries due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Even with most of the mining operations now back online, global silver mine production is forecastto dip by 7 percentin 2020.
Investment inflows into silver are likely to continue in the second half of 2020. This is primarily a result of its safe-haven status, a widespread belief among investors that silver is undervalued in absolute terms in comparison to gold.
Recently Silver continues its attempts to gain more upside momentum above $19.00 as the U.S. dollar loses ground against a broad basket of currencies while gold trading near yearly highs. In case U.S. Dollar Index continues its downside move, silver and other precious metals will get an additional boost as weaker dollar makes them cheaper for buyers who have other currencies. Gold/silver ratio remains in a downside trend and has settled nearthe 94 level.Gold/silverratio has not been at such levels since late February when it initiated the upside trend which ended near 126 during the acute phase of the coronavirus crisis. A continuation of this downside trend will be bullish for silver. In other words gold/silver ratio is still very high by historical standards, and may signalthat silveris undervalued relative to gold.
Indian rupee turned higher this week after bulk flows from Reliance Jio, Walmart and Yes Bank FPO warranted an immediate fall arising from Covid19 risk factor. Meanwhile India turned trade surplus country for the first time in 20 years. It's not good news as in normal times; a trade surplus would be welcome given India’s history. But this was the result of domestic demand being has collapsed. Earlier in this week sentiment in rupee was deteriorated after headline CPI rises above 6% however preliminary estimates from the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare show that the sowing acreages of the kharif crops are 25% higher than last year, with the planting of various crops now at record highs. That’s welcome news given the recent rise in food prices. Next week based on FDI flows into India, rupee still has room to run-up from here on. From the majors, euro rally continues to heading higher as we kept our bullish outlook since euro policymakers decided to go with large stimulus. As interest rate remains unchanged this week, markets will closely observe stimulus plans discussion in upcoming days especially the €750bn recovery fund.
USD/INR (JUL) contract closed at 75.3175 on 16-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 75.6250 on 14-Jul-2020 and a low of 75.1900 on 15-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential MovingAverage oftheUSD/INR is currently at 75.45.
On the daily chart, the USD/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 40. One can buy at 75.00 for the target of 75.75 with the stop loss of 74.50.
GBP/INR (JUL) contract closed at 94.4200 on 16-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 95.3500 on 13-Jul-2020 and a low of 94.3300 on 16-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential MovingAverage oftheGBP/INR is currently at 94.52.
On the daily chart, GBP/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 48. One can sell at 94.50 for a target of 93.50 with the stop loss of 95.00.
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EUR/INR (JUL) contract closed at 85.8575 on 16-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 86.2500 on 15-Jul-2020 and a low of 85.1200 on 13-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis).The 21-day Exponential Moving Average of the EUR/INR is currently at 85.30
On the daily chart, EUR/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 57.60. One can buy at 85.50 for a target of 86.50 with the stop loss of 84.90.
JPY/INR (JUL) contract closed at 70.3025 on 16-Jul-2020. The contract made its high of 70.5475 on 13-Jul-2020 and a low of 70.2500 on 15-Jul-2020 (Weekly Basis). The 21-day Exponential MovingAverage ofthe JPY/INR is currently at 70.33
On the daily chart, JPY/INR has Relative Strength Index (14-day) value of 44.8. One can sell at 70.25 for a target of 69.50 with the stop loss of 70.75.
Private sector lender Yes Bank has garnered Rs 4,098 crore from anchor investors on July 14, a day ahead of its follow-on public offering. All 12 anchor investors placed their bids for 3,41,53,84,614 equity shares at the lower end of price band of Rs 12-13 per share. Bay Tree India Holdings I, owned by Tilden Park, was the largest anchor investor, investing Rs 2,250 crore in Yes Bank for an allocation of 1,87,50,00,000 shares. HDFC Life Insurance Company, Amansa Holdings and Elara India Opportunities Fund were the other three big anchor investors, which invested Rs 400.46 crore, Rs 373 crore and Rs 372 crore, respectively. Among others, Jupiter India Fund, Jupiter South Asia Investment Company, Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company, ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company, Reliance General Insurance Company, RBL Bank, Edelweiss, Hinduja Leyland Finance and ECL Finance acquired more than Rs 700 crore worth of shares in Yes Bank via anchor book.
The further public offering of private sector lender Yes Bank has been subscribed 47.94 percent so far on the second day of bidding - July 16. The public issue has received bids for more than 434.15 crore equity shares against offer size of over 909.97 crore shares (excluding anchor book portion), the data available on exchanges showed. The portion set aside for qualified institutional buyers fully subscribed and that of non-institutional investors 10.8 percent, while the reserved portion of retail investors was subscribed 19.3 percent and employees' portion at 10.6 percent
The Rs 496-crore public offer of Rossari Biotech, a specialty chemical maker, has received overwhelming response from investors as it has subscribed 79 times so far on July 15, the final day of bidding. The IPO has received bids for 64,87,33,645 equity shares against issue size of 81,73,530 equity shares (excluding anchor book), the data available on the exchanges showed. The reserved portion for retail investors has seen 7.23 times subscription and non-institutional investors portion is subscribed 239.82 times. The portion set aside for qualified institutional buyers has been subscribed 85.25 times. The price band for the issue has been fixed at Rs 423-425 per share. The company garnered Rs 146 crore from anchor investors. The public issue consists a fresh issue of Rs 50 crore and an offer for sale of 1.05 crore equity shares by its promoters Edward Menezes and Sunil Chari. Promoters' shareholding will be reduced from 95.1 percentto 72.7 percent postissue.
Casual dining chain Barbeque Nation Hospitality has received markets regulator Sebi's approval to raise about Rs 1,000-1,200 crore through an initial public offering. The IPO comprises a fresh issue of shares worth Rs 275 crore and an offer-for-sale of up to 98,22,947 equity shares, according to the draft papers filed with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).The company may consider a pre-IPO placement to the tune of Rs 150 crore. Barbeque Nation Hospitality, which had filed its draft papers with Sebi in February, obtained "observations" from the regulator on July 7. Proceeds of the issue will be utilized to repay an outstanding borrowing of Rs 205 crore in part or full and for general corporate purposes. The company is promoted by Sayaji Hotels, Sayaji Housekeeping Services, Kayum Dhanani, Raoof Dhanani and Suchitra Dhanani and is backed by private equity firm CX Partners, which made its first investment in 2013 and again in 2015. The promoters hold 60.24 per cent, CX Partners owns 33.79 per cent and renowned stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala's investment firm Alchemy Capital holds 2.05 per cent in the company.
Capital markets regulator Sebi said valuation of market-linked debentures will be carried out by an agency appointed by mutual fund industry body Amfi. The issuer of structured products or market-linked debentures (MLDs) will have to hire the agency for the valuation of such products. The regulator has made these changes because of amendment done in rating agencies' norms, Sebi said in a circular. Under the norms, issuer of structured MLDs need to appoint a third party valuation agency which will be a credit rating agency (CRA) registered with Sebi for carrying out valuation of MLDs. Pursuant to amendment to Sebi's rating agencies regulation on May 30, 2018, a CRA cannot carry out any activity other than rating of securities post May 30, 2020. Accordingly, the regulator has decided that valuation of MLDs will be carried out by an agency appointed by Amfi for the purpose of carrying out valuation. "It shall be mandatory for the issuer to appoint a third party valuation agency which shall be an Amfi appointed valuation agency," the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said.
Mutualfunds focused on fixed-income securities witnessed a 95% month-on-month slump in inflow to Rs 2,862 crore in June, mainly due to redemptions in liquid schemes. Most individual categories that invest in fixed-income securities, or debt funds, saw an inflow. However, liquid schemes and credit risk funds saw withdrawals.According to theAssociation of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi), mutualfunds (MFs)thatinvestin fixed-income securities saw an inflow of Rs 2,862 crore as compared with inflow of Rs 63,665 crore in May. InApril,the segment had witnessed an inflow of Rs 43,431 crore. Investors had pulled out a massive Rs 1.95 lakh crore from the segmentin March, but had invested Rs 28,000 crore in February and Rs 1.09 lakh crore in January.
Net equity inflows into mutual funds fell sharply in June to around Rs 240.55 crore from Rs 5,256.52 crore in May,reveals the latest data released byAmfi. Large cap funds and multi cap funds,the highest grossing categories in May, saw outflows in June. Multi cap funds saw outflows of Rs 777.60 crore in June. Similarly, large cap funds witnessed outflows of Rs Rs 212.78 crore. Value funds also saw an outflow of Rs 136.44 crore. Mid cap inflows also slowed down: the inflows in the mid cap category fell from Rs 279.69 crore in May to Rs 36.70 crore in June. Small cap funds bucked the trend. ELSS and small cap categories witnessed the highestinflows worth Rs 586.67 crore and Rs 249.20 crore in June.There is a minorfall in small cap inflows as well.