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Free Intraday Tips Stock advice Today 17 May 12

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1. HPCL Buy, Target – 315, Stoploss – 298.

2. Dr Reddy's  Buy - 1660, Stoploss – 1640, Target – 1720.

3. Dena Bank Buy, Target – 89, Stoploss – 81.

4. Max India Buy, Stoploss – 188, Target - 197.

Market Trend Today :- Due to Rupees strong and sharp up movements in Asian Markets, Indian Market got support today. That's why Indian market is witnessing rapid nearly 1%. In early trading heavily buying is seeing in FMCG, Realty, Capital Goods, Metals, Power and PSU sector's companies as well as Midcap and Smallcap Stocks also looks strong.

In early trade BSE Sensex is trading at 16 159 with 129 points lead, ie 0.8% and NSE Nifty is trading at 4899 levels with strength of 40 points, ie 0.8%. 

ITC, DLF, Hero Motocorp, HDFC, Bharti Airtel, Ranbaxy, IDFC and Reliance Infra Stocks recorded strength of 1.7 to 2.5%  However Infosys, Sterlite Industries, Cipla, Grasim, ACC, and HCL Tech is seeing weakness.

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Midcap Stocks - Dish TV, Fresenius Kabi , Himadri Chemicals, JP Infra and AstraZeneca has up to 3.2 to 5%. Smallcap Stocks - Hatsun Agro-Tech Solutions, Gujarat Ambuja Exports, JK Lakshmi Cement and Vascon Engineering has been witnessed of 5.5 to 14%.

U.S. Market Trend :- In terms of International Markets political crisis in Greece has broken back bone of U.S. Markets. market closed at decline on Wednesday. U.S. Markets have seen 0.5% decline.  Asian Markets are showing some strength back. Asian Markets is seen 0.25 to 0.75% up.

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Intraday Tips Updated at: 10:20 AM
 
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