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Intraday Tips & Market Trend Today 6 June 12

Free Intraday Tips and Positional Stock Advice For Today

Canara Bank Buy For 1 To Days, Target – 416 - 426, Stoploss – 403.

L & T Buy Target - 1229, Stoploss – 1190. (only for Intraday don't hold)

BF Utilities Buy For 2 To 3 Days, Stoploss – 386, Target – 414.

Market Trend For Today :- Due to strong International markets, Indian Stock Market have also started with 0.5% up today. BSE Sensex up 80 points at 16100 and Nifty up 23 points to open at 4887. Market has picked up in early trading. Ruppe seems to be strong trend. Rupee remains above level of 55.5.

Re-purchases returned in Realty stocks and stocks are 1.25% faster. DLF rose by 1.5%. Banking, Metal, Auto, Power, Technical, IT, Consumer Durables, FMCG, PSU, Capital Goods Stocks are strong about 1%. Oil & Gas and Healthcare stocks is up by 0.5 to 0.25 %. Tata Steel, SBI, BHEL, ITC, Tata Motors, HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel, Wipro, HUL, Hindalco, ICICI Bank, Sterlite Indstreed, Tata Power, L & T, NTPC, Jindal Steel, M & M, TCS went 2-1 %

U.S. Market Trend :- U.S. Market firmly back on Tuesday due to better than expected service sector Data. Dow Jones 0.25%, S & P 500 0.6% and Nasdaq Composite 0.7% up on Tuesday.

Asian Market Trend :- Among with Shanghai Composite all Asian markets trading seems firm. Nikkei, Hang Sang, Kospi, Taiwan index, Straits Times are 1.25 to 1 % fast. Singapore Nifty is also signs of strength.

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