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Free Intraday Tips Indian Stock Market Trend Today 23 March 12

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Market Trend Today :- Despite of fall in International Market, Indian Stock Market have accelerating beginning today. Sensex up 62 points at 17 258 and Nifty gained 27 points to open at 5256. Consumer Durables, Banking and Realty stock is strength of 1.5 to 1%. Metal, Oil & Gas, Capital Goods, Power, IT, PSU, Technology, FMCG share are are faster by 0.8 to 0.4%. Light edge in Healthcare and auto stocks. ICICI Bank, SBI, BHEL, Reliance Industries, L & T, Tata Motors, Sterlite Industries, which up from 1.5 to 1%. Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Auto, M & M, Hero Motocorp 1.5 to 0.5% weak. ONGC, Bharti Airtel, HDFC has also slipped.
U.S. Market decline from 0.75 to 0.4 on Thursday despite good Economic Data. China and Eurozone growth showing concern over pressure on Market. However United States has declined more than expected number of unemployed. 
Asian Markets are trading with weakness. Shanghai Composite, Hang Sang, Nikkei, Kospi and Taiwan composites decline from 1 to 0.25%. However Straits Times is up by 0.5%.

Free Intraday Tips Advice / Positional Stock Recommendation on 23 March 12

Arvind Sell For 2 To 3 Days, Target - Rs 78, Stoploss – 86.

ITC Buy For 2 To 3 Days, Target - 225, Stoploss – 213.

Lanco Infra Sell For 3 To 5 Days, Target - 16, Stoploss - 20.

Tata Steel Sell For 3 To 5 Days, Target - 425, Stoploss - 465 .

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