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Intraday Tips :- Due to strong global cues, beginning of domestic stock markets is fast. Sensex up 93 points on 17 176 and the Nifty gained 24 points open on 5156. Auto stocks have seen the fastest. 22.6 per cent increase in September global sales of around 3 per cent faster than the Tata Motors. Bajaj Auto and Mdandm is also strong. However, Maruti Suzuki's Manesar plant strike continuing weak 1.25 per cent of the shares. Bank, realty, metal, technical, IT, consumer durables, capital goods, power, healthcare and FMCG stocks are up. Sterlite Industries, ONGC, SBI, Hindalco, Wipro, ICICI Bank, BHEL, Hero Motokorp, HDFC Bank, Tata Power, Cipla, Infosys is firmly in the 1.5 to 0.1 per cent. Results of the first TCS, HDFC is looking up. Reliance Industries in worse than expected results due to pressure on oil & gas stocks. Reliance Industries' shares are trading with weakness of 2 per cent. 
Asian markets are also trading with strength. Nikkei, Hang Sang, Taiwan index is up nearly 1.5 percent. Shanghai Composite, Cospi, Straits Times and Singapore Nifty are trading with gains. European countries on Friday to find a solution to the debt crisis soon came back faster than expected in U.S. markets. U.S. markets were closed with a gain of 1.5 per cent.



IDFC Buy For 3 days Stoploss - 119, Target - 129

Kotak Mahindra Bank Buy For 3 days Stoploss - 467, Target - 485 - 492 .

Aurobindo Pharma Sell For 3 days Stoploss - 134, Target - 122 - 120.


ICICI Bank Buy For 4 Days Stoploss - 870, Target - 920 – 930.
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