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SMC's commodity updates for Sept 21
Bullion counter may trade on negative path tracking weak international markets as bounce back in dollar index and hawkish comments by fed pressurized the price slower . ECB Draghi speech ...
SMC, 21 Sep 2017
Weekly Commodity: Overall it was a mediocre week for commodities
Overall it was a mediocre week for commodities in which we saw marginal gain due to upsurge in energy and other counter. Energy counter regained the strength despite the rise in dollar index. Lesser p...
SMC, 19 Sep 2017
SMC's commodity updates for Sept 18
Bullion counter may trade on volatile path as movement of greenback and tensions between US and North Korea can give further direction to the prices. Meanwhile movement of local curr...
SMC, 18 Sep 2017
SMC's commodity updates for Sept 14
Bullion counter may trade on volatile path as US CPI data and movement of greenback can give further direction to the prices. Meanwhile movement of local currency rupee can give further direction to t...
SMC, 14 Sep 2017
SMC's Commodities update for Sept 6
Bullion counter may remain sideways as geopolitical tensions between North Korea and US coupled with weaker greenback can support the prices higher. Meanwhile movement of local currency rupee ...
SMC, 06 Sep 2017
Weekly Commodity: Magical upside was seen in base metals in the week gone by
It was a week of big move in the commodity market. Magical upside was seen in base metals. However, the commodity index closed in red territory as upside in dollar index put pressure on the prices. Bu...
SMC, 23 Aug 2017
Weekly Commodity: An action packed week for commodities
It was an action packed week for commodities in which tension between North Korea and US was the major trigger for the market. Apart from this, OPEC and Non OPEC meet and the outcomes stimulated wild ...
SMC, 14 Aug 2017
Weekly Commodity: An average week, sees a minor correction
It was an average week for commodities in which we saw minor correction. Action was more in riskier assets; hence commodities witnessed dull trading. Bullion counter saw a pause in rally on profit boo...
SMC, 07 Aug 2017
Security and Intelligence Services IPO: Good Growth but Expensive
According to JainMatrix Investments, the valuations look expensive in terms of P/E ratio. SIS has the high D/E, low margins and low growth rates for the asking PE ratio which stands at 66.5 times FY17...
Punit Jain, 02 Aug 2017
Security & Intelligence Services IPO: Long Term Subscribe - Hem Securites
At price of Rs 805-815/share, co is bringing the issue at p/e multi-ple of 64.51-65.31 on post issue FY17 eps of Rs 12.48. Cos busi-ness model looks attractive but looking at valuation, issue looks o...
Hem Securities, 31 Jul 2017
IPO Note: Security & Intelligence Services IPO - HDFC Securities
Security and Intelligence Services (India) Ltd is a leading provider of private security and facility management services in India. The Offer consists of the Fresh Issue and the Offer for Sale. SIS wi...
HDFC Sec, 31 Jul 2017
Weekly Commodity: CRB index regained some strength owing to fresh buying in bullion
Finally, the CRB index regained some strength owing to fresh buying in bullion, energy and oilseeds counter. Dollar index hit ten month low, also stimulated buying in commodities. Gold prices edged up...
SMC, 31 Jul 2017
Weekly Commodity: CRB index regained some strength owing to fresh buying in bullion
Finally, the CRB index regained some strength owing to fresh buying in bullion, energy and oilseeds counter. Dollar index hit ten month low, also stimulated buying in commodities. Gold prices edged up...
SMC, 24 Jul 2017
Weekly Commodity: CRB index saw five months continuous decline
CRB index saw five months continuous decline and July is already trading in negative zone and this is a concern for the market. However, in the last week market saw some recovery owing to some upside ...
SMC, 17 Jul 2017
Weekly Commodity: It was another round of selling in energy and bullion counter
It was another round of selling in energy and bullion counter, which brought fresh 52-week low for the CRB Commodity Index. The CRB Index touched a low below 168 last to last week not that far above t...
SMC, 11 Jul 2017
Weekly Commodity: After five week of continuous fall, CRB gained last week
After five week of continuous fall, CRB gained last week. The gain should be attributed to the fall in dollar index rather improvement in economic indicators. In Comex, gold and silver closed the week...
SMC, 04 Jul 2017
Weekly Commodity: Crude came in bear grip as it moved down by more than 20%
Officially crude came in bear grip as it moved down by more than 20% from its recent high, it also dragged CRB index to multi months low. It made a low of 168.15. The Federal Reserve's hawkish tone al...
SMC, 28 Jun 2017
Weekly Commodity: The counter witnessed continuous downside on poor data
There was no relief for commodities and it witnessed continuous downside on poor data amid interest rate hike by Fed. CRB saw nonstop downside from past six months.
SMC, 19 Jun 2017
Weekly Commodity: Energy counter showed dovish move
Energy counter showed dovish move. Prices moved down on bearish indications amid ample of supply and reluctance of OPEC for taking more aggressive steps to cut production. Though the downside was limi...
SMC, 08 Jun 2017
Weekly Commodity: Aluminum outperformed other industrial metals
Higher demand in China, led by the country's growing car sales and better-than-expected construction activity, helped improve aluminum's demand environment. As China is restricting its output of the m...
SMC, 21 May 2017
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