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Free Intraday Tips Nifty Market Trend For Today


Free Intraday Tips & Nifty Trend For Today

Market Trend :- Indian market have seen pressure due to sluggish signals from International Markets and Market move to weaken because of Rupee has weakened. By the rating agency Fitch warned India's outlook to negative than to have an impact on market. But after initial slowness, market is full of bounce.

In early trade BSE Sensex jumped 62 points, ie 0.4 is trading at 16 768 and NSE Nifty with strength of 9.5 points, ie 0.2 is trading at 5074 levels.

Nifty Trend for today :- If the Nifty managed to sustain above 5015 there is possible to up trend. Nifty trading levels are Support – 5010, 4950, 4860. Resistance – 5150, 5250, 5300.

International Market Trend
International Market Trend :- In terms of International markets, first day of the week U.S. markets was observed some pressure. Dow Jones down 0.20% to close at 12741.82, while S & P 500 Index gained marginally by 0.14% to close at 1344.78. Nasdaq gained 0.78 % to close at 2895.33. In Asian markets is weak trend. Hang Seng, Nikkei decline, Straits Times looks up.

Free Intraday Tips for Today 19 June 12

Aban Offshore Buy, Target – 361 - 370 , Stoploss - 340.

DLF Buy For 2 To 3 Days, Stoploss – 190, Target - 207.

OnMobile Global Sell for 2 Days, Target - 34, Stoploss - 38.5.

VIP Industries Sell, Stoploss - 78.50, Target - 76.

Havells Sell Below – 528, Target – 485, Stoploss – 541.50.

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