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Stock Intraday Tips for Today

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Market Trend Today :- Indian market beginning is down today due to poor signals from International markets.Rupee sharp fall against Dollar creating pressure on Market. BSE Sensex with 19 points ie 0.1% decline open at 16 899 and NSE Nifty with weakness of 10 points ie 0.2 is open at 5118.50.
Stock Intraday Tips for Today 25 July 12
Educomp Buy Target - 192, Stoploss – 171.
SBI Buy for 1 to 2 Days, Stoploss – 2080, Target - 2135.
ACC Buy for 1 to 2 Days, Target - 1285, Stoploss – 1250.
In early trading Jindal Steel, Sterlite Industries, Tata Motors, Coal India, Maruti Suzuki, JP Associates and Sesa Goa such as heavyweight stocks has declined by 1-2%. However HCL Tech, GAIL, Bharti Airtel, Sun Pharma, Dr Reddy, Infosys and Ranbaxy such as heavyweight Stocks have jumped 0.5-5%.
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Talking about International Markets, U.S. market has declined by nearly 1% on Tuesday. Asian Market has weakened 0.25 to 1%.
Commodity Intraday Tips for Today :- International Market Gold and Silver are traded with edge. COMEX Gold is around $ 1.5282 with gain of 0.5% while silver gained 0.5% to $ 26/Oz level. MCX Gold on Tuesday closed with nearly 0.5% up at Rs 29 570 while silver with weakness of 0.17% was closed to Rs 52 831.
Gold Buy -29 500, Stoploss - 29 380, Target - 29 800.
Silver Buy -52 500, Target - 53 200, Stoploss - 51 800.
NYMEX Crude Oil is trading with slight decline and price at $ 88/ Barrel. MCX Crude oil dropped 0.5% on Tuesday to closed down Rs 5,000.

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