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Market Trend for Today :- Indian Stock Market start to sluggish due to signs weakness of international markets. BSE Sensex gained 7 points to open at 17 546 and NSE Nifty fell 3 points to open at 5325. In early trading markets turned down.

U.S. market closed with weakness because of ECB cut interest rates less than expected. S & P 500 fell 0.5% and Dow Jones down 0.4%. Nasdaq Composite closed flat. Asian markets are also trading down. Kospi, Shanghai Composite, Taiwan Index, Nikkei are poor by 0.75 to 0.5%. Singapore Nifty are in red.

Intraday Tips for Today 6 July 12

Voltas Buy, Target – 119.70, Stoploss – 109.90.

DCW Buy, Stop loss - 18.25, Target - 19.90.

JM Financial Buy, Target – 14.65, Stoploss – 13.55.

Dena Bank Buy, Target – 107, Stoploss – 100.

GMR Infra Buy, Stoploss – 24, Target - 31.

Intarday Commodity Market Trend

International Market with gold and silver are traded on pressure. COMEX Gold dropped 0.25% and come down at $ 1605 while Silver trading is slow and prices are around $ 27Oz. MCX Gold closed at Rs 29 736 on Thursday with strength of 0.56% and Silver with slight decline to closed at Rs. 53 673.

NYMEX Crude Oil is trading with more than 0.5% down and price is around 86 Dollars a barrel. MCX Crude Oil on Wednesday with gain of 1% closed above Rs 4,800.

London Metal Exchange (LME) Copper business is slow. MCX Copper on Wednesday closed at Rs 428 with gain of 0.5%.

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