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Intraday Tips / Positional Stock, Market Trend 14 March 12


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Indian Market Trend 14 March 12 :- Due to the rapid on set of International Markets, Domestic Market is fast today. Sensex up 189 points and Nifty 61 points higher to open at 5490. Sensex has slipped below 18,000 in early trading. Metal, Capital Goods, Auto, Banking, Power, PSU stock is fast 1.5 to 1%. Healthcare, IT, FMCG, Tech, Oil & Gas, Consumer Durables stock are 0.8 to 0.5% stronger. Realty share gained 0.25%. Wipro continues to fall today and Its stock has lost 0.5%. TCS is 0.5% weak. Sterlite Industries, ICICI Bank, Coal India, Larsen & Toubro, Hindalco, Infosys, Sun Pharma, Cipla, Jindal Steel up 2 to 1.5%.
U.S. Market was up 2% on Tuesday due to decision not to change Federal Reserve rate. U.S. 19 of 15 banks pass stress test, Banking stock was surge. Because of great figures of Economy Dow Jones closed above 13,000. Economy because of great figures of Dow Jones closed above 13,000. Nasdaq Composite closed up in 3000 after 12 years.
Asian Market :- Because of the rapid turnover in U.S. Market, Asian Market is stronger today. Nikkei up 2% and it Index has reached record levels of 7 months. Hang Sang, Cospi, Taiwan index, Shanghai Composite, Singapore Nifty is also good edge.

Intraday Tips / Positional Stock Recommendation on 14 March 12

Hero Motocorp Buy For 3 To 5 Days, Target - 2030, Stoploss – 1915.

Sterlite Industries Buy For 4 To 5 Days, Target - 130, Stoploss - 105.

Ambuja Cements Buy For 4 To 5 Days, Target - 180, Stoploss – 164.


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