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Saturday, 28 February 2009

Top Volume Breakouts - 27 February 2009

Following is a list of stocks in the NSE cash section that do over 1000000 volumes and that did volume breakouts over the 20 day volume averages as on 27 February 2009:

SYMBOL 27-Feb-2009 20 day average volume
Ratio
SREINTFIN 8279413 1358594 6.09
POWERGRID 19916378 3898777 5.11
RANBAXY 10105419 2664441 3.79
HDFC 5343421 1555543 3.44
TATAMOTORS 5776999 2261450 2.55
PNB 3364609 1340242 2.51
AMBUJACEM 3913319 1654328 2.37
HIMACHLFUT 3163743 1346576 2.35
CAIRN 6172981 2784037 2.22
TATASTEEL 14548491 6747573 2.16
ASHOKLEY 5196554 2458566 2.11
WIPRO 2166500 1114057 1.94
ICICIBANK 17868678 9632935 1.85
ABAN 1873497 1034393 1.81
MARUTI 2104027 1270159 1.66
IDBI 1576832 1011328 1.56

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Following is a list of top gainers and losers in the futures and options market in the NSE on 27 February 2009 for the March series:
We have added a new feature : The 5 previous days have been analyzed as to the change in the open interest over the previous trading day. This should give a better picture while analyzing the stocks.

Top Gainers


% CHANGE 26-Feb-09 25-Feb-09 24-Feb-09 20-Feb-09 19-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
IRB 145200 560 150 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
MAHSEAMLES 525600 54.23 132.79 52.5 2.56 143.75 6.67
KSK 10200 50 0 100 0 0 0
POWERGRID 20813100 45.24 20.18 -3.61 46.65 32.71 86.55
AMTEKAUTO 816000 42.86 63.01 114.71 161.54 550 100
SREINTFIN 308000 41.94 138.46 62.5 14.29 0 40
CANBK 576000 36.88 46.93 50.42 101.69 22.92 77.78
TATATEA 77000 35.92 90.74 80 233.33 80 150
MLL 3567200 32.85 63.1 40 122.22 42.11 26.67
ACC 1880000 31.16 9.86 23.75 54.24 92.18 9.49
YESBANK 1276000 28.32 107.34 84.75 47.5 81.82 450
TATASTEEL 12026888 28.05 25.81 38.37 38.2 23.19 46.88
INDIANB 609400 27.06 98.18 42.86 42.59 10.2 113.04
ALBK 2151100 26.51 44.58 90.48 157.14 11.36 100
TORNTPOWER 51000 25 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
AKRUTI 846000 24.89 975.24 45.83 1.41 -2.74 14.06
PFC 508800 23.98 200 29.55 33.33 26.92 73.33
BANKBARODA 1355200 18.63 9.68 85.54 158.71 355.88 36
AMBUJACEM 6507672 18.38 26.11 24.5 85.37 10.1 137.71
MPHASIS 1356800 18.27 30.84 16.6 1578.57 21.74 ---n.a.---
GLAXO 7800 18.18 0 0 10 0 0
PTC 32900 16.67 500 0 0 0 0
IOB 2590100 15.53 71.17 16.84 427.78 44 2400
RANBAXY 6376000 14.78 54.86 45.96 351.76 61.9 34.62
PIRHEALTH 154500 14.44 260 78.57 100 0 0








Top Losers


% CHANGE 26-Feb-09 25-Feb-09 24-Feb-09 20-Feb-09 19-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
WALCHANNAG 0 -100 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
ABAN 1354400 -44.28 170.33 31.62 46.36 60.3 38.93
COLPAL 64350 -26.42 14.39 18.8 20.62 36.62 446.15
BHUSANSTL 27000 -15.63 88.24 54.55 175 0 33.33
MRPL 1575300 -10.15 80.73 36.25 247.83 360 66.67
HCL-INSYS 139400 -8.89 95.65 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
BEML 48750 -7.14 52.17 2200 100 0 0
SUNTV 84000 -6.67 650 200 0 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
DISHTV 1586200 -6.1 156.25 45.45 46.67 25 20
HINDPETRO 1508000 -6.07 86.27 72.21 82.46 14.67 55.93
DENABANK 1900500 -5.73 134.15 148.48 200 22.22 125
INDIAINFO 995000 -5.69 154.22 159.38 357.14 16.67 0
COREPROTEC 882000 -5.16 138.46 109.68 933.33 50 100
ARVIND 5091200 -5.13 54.46 81.98 113.46 160 11.11
HDFC 2067150 -5.12 48.49 45.33 86.89 26 13.86
GRASIM 468512 -5 36.02 23.5 40.64 2.07 228.25
ADLABSFILM 693000 -4.47 21.39 145.93 50 260 56.25
NDTV 495000 -4.46 46.73 24.42 6.17 9.46 2366.67
HDIL 4015512 -3.93 93.69 49.89 54.49 31.44 32.37
FEDERALBNK 354016 -3.7 42.11 181.48 237.5 14.29 100
ASHOKLEY 5558100 -3.64 30.17 34.88 22.86 32.08 32.5
EDUCOMP 660000 -3.59 45.35 15.14 12.45 0.46 19.27
HCLTECH 1492400 -3.53 41.33 42.23 36.41 44.67 240.91
SCI 552000 -3.36 67.61 18.33 57.89 40.74 42.11
PRAJIND 4580400 -3.34 145.33 106.1 261.02 55.26 171.43

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Monday, 16 February 2009

Report

GMR INFRASTRUCTURE
RESEARCH: HSBC
RATING: UNDERWEIGHT
CMP: RS 79
HSBC maintains the `Underweight' rating on GMR Infrastructure with a target price of Rs 53. There has been no respite in GMR's existing business. GMR's airport business faces: a) continuing decline in air traffic b) continuing delays in real estate development at Delhi airport, impacting fund availability, and c) inability to raise tariff at the Delhi and Hyderabad airports, impacting overall profitability. However, there has been some relief in the power business due to fresh gas supply and lower naptha prices. GMR runs a refinancing risk on the loan at the end of the two-year period. HSBC expects that in order to complete the Delhi airport in time, the government will have to provide incentives to GMR. These incentives might be in the form of allowing it to charge higher user fees or a higher equity contribution to meet the fund requirement. However, given the current financial condition of the airline industry, it would be difficult for the government to increase the charges without opposition from the airline industry. The outlook for the company remains weak given: a) no signs of recovery in airport traffic growth b) the ability to increase airport charges remains dependent on the government's approval c) no improvement in real estate outlook d) potential difficulties in refinancing its acquisition.

AMBUJA CEMENTS
RESEARCH: MERRILL LYNCH
RATING: UNDERPERFORM
CMP: RS 73
Merrill Lynch maintains `Underperform' rating on Ambuja Cements due to lack of upside triggers. Ambuja's CY09 earnings decline will likely be modest versus other majors due to a tad better supply-demand outlook for west India. Ambuja sells ~30-40% of volumes in the west, which is forecast to witness fewer capacity additions versus other regions. However, exposure to the north will likely hurt. Ambuja's CY08 EBITDA stood at ~Rs 1,770 crore, down ~13% y-o-y due to cost-led margin pressures. The company indicated that high-cost coal inventories, greater use of imported coal and year-end adjustments/provisions dragged 4Q results. 4Q realisations were up 1% y-o-y and 3% q-o-q; cost increase was sharper at ~10-12%. Volumes grew 5% y-o-y and 16% q-o-q. In its 4Q press release Ambuja said the industry's demand growth in CY09 will range between 6-8%. This compares with 11-12% volume growth witnessed in November-December 2008, likely led by pre-election government spending. Reflecting the pattern of previous election years, we worry that the recent demand impetus will ease in 3-4 months as elections draw closer.

IDEA CELLULAR
RESEARCH: INDIABULLS SECURITIES
RATING: HOLD
CMP: RS 51
Indiabulls Securities has reiterated the `Hold' rating on Idea Cellular, however, it has downgraded the target price to Rs 49. Idea ended the third quarter with a handsome topline growth of 13.1% q-o-q, backed by a robust 13% share in the all-India net additions of 38 lakh and a 3.7% improved realisation of 65 paise per minute. Idea's market share (excluding Spice) is to inflate beyond 11% by March 2010 from the current 9.9%. The company's share of the market net additions is likely to peak at 14-15% in FY10, given the upcoming roll-outs in five new circles and the overwhelming response received for the roll-out in Bihar and the re-branding in Punjab. Moreover, Idea's brand, which has all-India recognition, renders it a competitive edge over the other entrants in the new circles. The operating margin will likely remain under pressure in FY10E-11E and is expected to come down to ~11% as Idea opts for higher opex rather than capex for network expansion. In addition, intensifying competition and penetration in Class C circles calls for competitive pricing, which would further bring down ARPUs to around Rs 250 and Rs 210 for FY09E and FY10E respectively. While the company's business model points towards a strong longer-term growth trajectory, the upcoming congestion in the telecom market would exert significant strain on its key operating and financial parameters, thereby limiting major upsides in the stock price.

MUNDRA PORT
RESEARCH: CITIGROUP
RATING: SELL
CMP: RS 368
Citigroup initiates `Sell' rating on Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone (MPSEZ) as the stock looks expensive. MPSEZ is a private port (capacity ~55 mtpa) on India's west coast: 1) Strategically located for north-bound cargo; 2) Handles more container volumes than all major ports, except JNPT and Chennai; 3) Has one of the deepest drafts; 4) ~40% of projected volumes are under long-term contracts; and 5) SEZ over ~32,000 acres should support volume growth. Cargo/profits growth has been impressive at 53%/132% CAGR over FY04-08. Citigroup expects cargo, revenues and profits to grow at 17%, 25% and 47% respectively over FY09-11E, and RoEs to improve to 24% by FY11E from 11% in FY08. While Citigroup forecasts healthy cargo growth at MPSEZ, they see risks in the medium term given the deteriorating global environment. Volumes at major ports grew only by 4% y-o-y in April-November 2008 and fell 28% y-o-y in December 2008 at the DP World-operated container terminal at Mundra. A pullback in investments would hit development of the SEZ, a growth driver for the port. We value: 1) the port at Rs 262/sh; 2) SEZ at Rs 22/sh; 3) investments in subs at Rs7/sh. MPSEZ trades at 24x FY10E PE, a premium of ~85% to Asian ports' average of ~13x, which we find excessive despite EPS growth of 47% over FY09-11E versus the Asian average of -1%. Upside risks include better-than-expected traffic growth and demand for land at the SEZ.

ACC
RESEARCH: MACQUARIE
RATING: UNDERPERFORM
CMP: RS 577
Macquarie lowers the rating on ACC from `Neutral' to `Underperform' in the absence of cost-reduction levers and the stock lacks any positive catalyst except for cement prices. It believes that the current rally in the stock along with an improved business outlook is a good opportunity to book profits. ACC declared its CY08 results, which were about 11% below the estimates at the operating level due mainly to lower volumes and higher costs. Macquarie reduces the target price by 2% to Rs 452 to factor in lower volumes for the next year and also reducing CY09 and CY10 estimates to account for lower volume expectations because it foresees some delays to expansion plans. ACC has already exhausted the easy ways to reduce costs because most of its production is based on domestic subsidised coal. It already has coal-based captive power plants and it is reaching saturation in blending. The only major avenue is a merger with its sister concern, Ambuja Cements. The majority of 7 mtpa of further expansion will not be completed until CY10. ACC will, at best, grow in line with the industry.

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Sunday, 15 February 2009

Missed Intraday Shorting Setups - 13 February 2009

The following 3 stocks namely BEML, Kalindee Rail and Titagarh Wagons Limited were railway budget special stocks which had opened gap up on Friday. If their daily charts are of significance, they had run up too hard in the last 5 odd sessions. Too fast run up and the budget was a sure shot killer for the stocks. These were nice shorting opportunities in intra day if some one had a look at them. Have a look at the daily charts and intraday charts of the three to visualize what all of us missed.






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Saturday, 14 February 2009

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Following is a list of top gainers and losers in the futures and options market in the NSE on 13 February 2009 for the February series:
We have added a new feature : The 5 previous days have been analyzed as to the change in the open interest over the previous trading day. This should give a better picture while analyzing the stocks.

Top Gainers


% CHANGE 12-Feb-09 11-Feb-09 10-Feb-09 09-Feb-09 06-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
IRB 293700 1305.26 26.67 0 0 -6.25 6.67
TULIP 1750 600 0 0 0 0 0
CONCOR 1250 400 0 0 0 -50 0
COLPAL 58300 63.08 0 0 0 -1.52 -4.35
PTC 86950 54.17 -4 4.17 26.32 -20.83 4.35
PFC 540000 51.52 -4.81 20.93 0.78 13.78 14.21
GDL 735000 46.27 18.24 14.09 17.32 8.55 4.46
EVERONN 32000 40.35 5.56 -1.82 3.77 6 4.17
TV-18 1330250 38.99 6.43 21.89 -6.67 2.65 60.35
BEML 78000 35.06 -5.52 2.95 -45.84 39.43 1.94
DISHTV 4892500 34.37 -9.71 -5.32 38.99 7.21 0.18
HINDZINC 89750 24.22 -1.7 3.52 27.93 -3.06 3.62
CROMPGREAV 333000 23.33 -8.01 7.31 1.86 -0.56 -2.53
BALLARPUR 3759500 21.46 3.16 2.75 2.04 -2.49 3.61
DRREDDY 568400 21.45 9.76 4.31 -0.58 -0.87 1.97
HAVELLS 40000 19.05 10.53 0 0 -2.56 -3.7
PIRHEALTH 148500 18.56 -1.18 3.68 -12.37 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
COREPROTEC 1111500 17.9 7.25 12.26 -6.87 -13.17 6.43
GVKPIL 19432250 17.66 -14.3 25.06 2.37 38.32 8.89
BALAJITELE 126250 16.09 24.29 1.45 21.05 7.55 3.92
WWIL 5698350 15.89 -7.36 -3.99 1.98 8.65 -9.17
JINDALSAW 130500 15.23 0.89 -0.66 1.57 9.07 1.49
TRIVENI 2104025 13.85 0.84 5.08 3.31 1.98 1.18
HCLTECH 1716000 13.45 3.19 -0.44 8.43 0.29 6.17
STRTECH 407400 13.45 -0.87 2.07 2.11 -3.5 3.63








Top Losers


% CHANGE 12-Feb-09 11-Feb-09 10-Feb-09 09-Feb-09 06-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
HEROHONDA 2134000 -30.4 -1.02 2.33 -0.17 -0.46 0.7
IBN18 3960000 -19.9 0 0.03 0 -0.03 -9.68
BHEL 2571375 -15.88 -2.99 0.03 2.05 0.36 8.46
KSK 27200 -11.11 16.13 10.71 55.56 12.5 14.29
TATASTEEL 8949496 -10.62 4.89 1.08 0.17 9.8 6.58
CMC 2000 -9.09 -8.33 9.09 -15.38 -27.78 63.64
TECHM 123600 -8.58 8.33 -1.58 0.48 1.45 1.97
BANKBARODA 1425200 -8.37 -1.86 -1.95 0.43 0.13 -1.42
UNIPHOS 78400 -8.2 0 0 -1.61 40.91 0
MCDOWELL-N 1130375 -7.96 11.66 5.86 3.56 6.08 -0.75
HINDUNILVR 9785000 -7.72 -0.46 0.88 -3.25 -1.89 -2.08
LT 6321700 -6.85 -1.28 1.89 4.37 -3.88 1.27
DABUR 221400 -6.82 -4.35 -3.16 4.4 0 8.33
RPOWER 12151000 -6.47 0.47 2.38 1 0.82 1.34
MONNETISPA 6750 -6.25 6.67 15.38 116.67 0 0
ASIANPAINT 3400 -5.56 0 5.88 41.67 -14.29 0
NTPC 26216125 -5.54 0.25 2.97 3.61 -0.01 2.43
DIVISLAB 306435 -5.45 0.53 -2.35 2.35 -6.72 -3.04
WALCHANNAG 24500 -5.41 0 -15.91 0 -4.35 27.78
CORPBANK 115800 -5.39 2 1.52 11.3 4.12 25.93
UNIONBANK 2706900 -5.22 -0.15 6.99 4.77 7.05 -1.3
CUMMINSIND 197600 -5.02 -0.9 0.45 -11.29 -0.4 -1.97
ORBITCORP 334500 -4.7 -2.5 3 -0.43 -19.45 171.5
INFOSYSTCH 6156200 -4.5 -4.31 -2.23 0.13 0.84 -0.3
EDUCOMP 1149975 -4.02 8.48 -4.85 2.05 1.72 -1.37

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Thursday, 12 February 2009

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Following is a list of top gainers and losers in the futures and options market in the NSE on 11 February 2009 for the February series:
We have added a new feature : The 5 previous days have been analyzed as to the change in the open interest over the previous trading day. This should give a better picture while analyzing the stocks.

Top Gainers


% CHANGE 10-Feb-09 09-Feb-09 06-Feb-09 05-Feb-09 04-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
EKC 478000 38.55 360 2.74 -1.35 76.19 2.44
GNFC 1203600 32.68 1.65 2.37 0.85 -3.62 1.84
GVKPIL 19270750 25.06 2.37 38.32 8.89 -3.22 5.84
RELINFRA 4303392 22.96 -0.68 20.28 14.28 2.93 -6.38
KFA 2650300 22.95 6.73 5.27 2.97 -1.26 3.84
TV-18 899300 21.89 -6.67 2.65 60.35 -4.07 -22.09
ANSALINFRA 889200 21.71 11.51 1 -23.58 1.24 2.06
APIL 173600 21.57 -26.09 114.19 42.27 3.59 2
PFC 374400 20.93 0.78 13.78 14.21 0 3.14
NAGARFERT 15592500 19.6 2.11 2.67 4.93 -0.09 -3.28
ZEEL 2630600 18.29 12.74 -4.34 -1.31 14.11 6.13
ICSA 206400 17.81 5.42 19.91 8.45 1.43 1.94
UCOBANK 3045000 17.79 1.37 0 2 8.23 1.32
MAHSEAMLES 379200 17.04 8.22 7.31 -0.21 0.43 2.88
CAIRN 6728750 16.21 7.27 1.17 6.38 3.99 0.36
RENUKA 7880000 15.71 -12.3 3.81 2.12 -8.95 0
MONNETISPA 6750 15.38 116.67 0 0 0 0
IFCI 28937330 14.98 4.22 1.92 1.23 1.3 2.82
GDL 425000 14.09 17.32 8.55 4.46 -2.61 23.66
PATNI 198900 13.33 2.27 16.81 3.2 0 3.3
GAIL 3875625 13.14 -6.77 4.25 3.95 1.21 -3.22
RANBAXY 3174400 12.66 -10.2 1.27 4.28 -0.05 1.09
COREPROTEC 879000 12.26 -6.87 -13.17 6.43 -0.16 4.56
JETAIRWAYS 1091600 12.12 3.22 2.7 2.87 -1.98 -2.73
ROLTA 2358900 12.06 -2.62 1.18 4.63 4.08 2.06








Top Losers


% CHANGE 10-Feb-09 09-Feb-09 06-Feb-09 05-Feb-09 04-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
WALCHANNAG 25900 -15.91 0 -4.35 27.78 2.86 0
SKUMARSYNF 3072300 -10.86 -9.3 18.48 80.73 16.46 18.46
GRASIM 541024 -7.19 1.04 3.85 9.45 9.22 -2.08
ABIRLANUVO 57000 -6.56 -5.28 4.21 8.42 5.17 16.31
JINDALSTEL 1394880 -5.87 -3.7 -0.22 12.66 6.56 5.26
DISHTV 4032450 -5.32 38.99 7.21 0.18 -18.89 80.21
INDIAINFO 1833750 -5.17 -7.64 -0.59 1.26 2.91 -9.31
GSPL 1076650 -5.11 -9.05 -3.76 -12.37 -1.62 -6.1
SIEMENS 1157328 -4.88 6.27 7.11 11.01 1.87 -5.2
EDUCOMP 1104525 -4.85 2.05 1.72 -1.37 -3.07 0.81
HINDALCO 18483572 -4.57 -0.58 -1.51 1.33 3.99 1.27
RAJESHEXPO 2181300 -4.55 12.97 2.08 6.85 0.27 2.09
ABGSHIP 927850 -4.42 60.75 6.5 49.85 4.88 11.95
SCI 1078800 -4.36 1.51 -0.64 12.56 53.9 0.94
INDUSINDBK 922075 -4.2 -0.79 -5.97 8.28 -2.37 2.22
SUNTV 142000 -4.05 12.98 8.26 7.08 -11.72 28
WWIL 5307750 -3.99 1.98 8.65 -9.17 -25.31 135.86
FSL 4674000 -3.91 -3.21 -10.57 -17.9 47.95 30.39
NIITTECH 470400 -3.69 -0.49 -4.44 14.44 -3.11 -0.52
GTL 4018500 -3.58 -2.32 -2.88 -3.46 -1.83 -2.15
VOLTAMP 20750 -3.49 -16.5 -9.65 5.56 248.39 24
TTML 21798700 -3.27 4.25 -1.08 6.63 4 2.2
DABUR 248400 -3.16 4.4 0 8.33 -14.29 -9.26
NOIDATOLL 1299700 -2.76 -10.44 6.74 55 -2.65 29.14
PURVA 73500 -2.65 -12.21 -12.69 189.71 0 0

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Top Volume Breakouts - 11 February 2009

Following is a list of stocks in the NSE cash section that do over 1000000 volumes and that did volume breakouts over the 20 day volume averages as on 11 February 2009:

SYMBOL 11-Feb-09 20 day volume average Ratio
IFCI 53962585 14907033 3.62
IDEA 11363336 4118878 2.76
RANBAXY 3771921 1369798 2.75
RENUKA 9325583 3573545 2.61
KFA 5510137 2174145 2.53
NAGARFERT 15446243 6462581 2.39
BAJAJHIND 5742526 2677119 2.15

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Top Volumes - 11 February 2009

Following is a list of top volumes done on the NSE in the cash segment on 11 February 2009:

SYMBOL OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE PREVCLOSE TOTTRDQTY
UNITECH 30.2 32.6 30.2 32.15 31.85 76696683
IFCI 19.5 21.9 19.2 21.7 19.95 53962585
SATYAMCOMP 43 48.25 41.1 47.05 44.2 53205035
GVKPIL 19.75 21.6 19.4 21.3 20.1 30217518
JPASSOCIAT 73.9 77.9 71.55 76.5 74.95 25202408
SUZLON 44.1 46 43.5 45.7 44.95 18964912
NAGARFERT 16.95 18.55 16.75 18.35 17.35 15446243
DLF 143.5 153.65 143.5 151.15 152.6 14985947
SAIL 84 88.6 84 88.05 86.45 14396217
RNRL 47 48.75 46.05 48.2 48.05 13457534
HDIL 83 86.95 81.15 85.85 84.75 12984445
RCOM 167.1 176.75 165.1 173.3 171.6 12171052
WWIL 15.8 16.6 15.05 15.9 16 11945755
IDEA 44.5 48.95 44.1 47.6 45.15 11363336
RENUKA 77.5 85.75 76.1 85 78.1 9325583
ISPATIND 10.85 11.5 10.85 11.25 11.25 9145143
RELCAPITAL 391 428.5 391 425.75 409.5 8679788
IDFC 56.25 59.45 55.05 58.9 57 8560647
CHAMBLFERT 39.85 42.4 39.85 42.05 40.8 7741755
ICICIBANK 420.1 437.9 400.6 435.2 428.7 7677090
RELINFRA 541.05 554.3 527.2 541.3 563.5 7623600
TATASTEEL 192.05 193.65 187.1 190.15 196.85 7145379
DISHTV 24.05 25.4 23.8 24.2 24.35 6902383
IBREALEST 101.7 107.6 100.1 106.15 105.35 6515506
TTML 22.5 23.25 22.5 23.1 22.95 6160825

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Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Change in Indices at NSE

NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE OF INDIA LIMITED
FUTURES AND OPTIONS SEGMENT

CIRCULAR

Circular No.: NSE/F&O/012/2009
Download No. NSE/FAOP/12002
Date: February 10, 2009

Dear Members,

Subject: Change in the Constituents of Indices

Members are requested to refer to the press release issued by IISL dated February 10, 2009 in respect of the change in the constituents of S&P CNX Nifty, CNX Nifty Junior and CNX 100 indices w.e.f. March 27, 2009. The details of the changes are as follows:

(1) S&P CNX Nifty Index

The following company is being excluded:
Sr. No. Company Name
1 Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd.

The following company is being included:
Sr. No. Company Name
1 Axis Bank Ltd.


(2) CNX Nifty Junior Index

The following companies are being excluded:
Sr. No. Company Name
1 Axis Bank Ltd.
2 ING Vysya Bank Ltd.
3 Nirma Ltd.
4 Aventis Pharma Ltd.

The following companies are being included:
Sr. No. Company Name
1 Adani Enterprises Ltd.
2 Glaxosmithkline Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
3 Sesa Goa Ltd.
4 Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd.


(3) CNX 100 Index

The following companies are being excluded:
Sr. No. Company Name
1 Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd.
2 ING Vysya Bank Ltd.
3 Nirma Ltd.
4 Aventis Pharma Ltd.

The following companies are being included:
Sr. No. Company Name
1 Adani Enterprises Ltd.
2 Glaxosmithkline Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
3 Sesa Goa Ltd.
4 Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd.


For National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.

Suprabhat Lala
Asst. Vice President
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Following is a list of top gainers and losers in the futures and options market in the NSE on 10 February 2009 for the February series:
We have added a new feature : The 5 previous days have been analyzed as to the change in the open interest over the previous trading day. This should give a better picture while analyzing the stocks.

Top Gainers


% CHANGE 09-Feb-09 06-Feb-09 05-Feb-09 04-Feb-09 03-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
EKC 345000 360 2.74 -1.35 76.19 2.44 0
MONNETISPA 5850 116.67 0 0 0 0 50
ABGSHIP 970750 60.75 6.5 49.85 4.88 11.95 11.62
KSK 23800 55.56 12.5 14.29 0 0 0
ASIANPAINT 3400 41.67 -14.29 0 0 16.67 9.09
DISHTV 4259050 38.99 7.21 0.18 -18.89 80.21 -1.56
THERMAX 38700 38.71 3.33 0 -4.76 0 -1.56
UNITECH 46630800 32.82 -2.28 2.79 2.61 1.31 -1.35
MLL 3395700 30.14 1.62 -19.57 15.11 13.09 1.42
HINDZINC 71000 27.93 -3.06 3.62 -4.74 13.73 7.94
PTC 56400 26.32 -20.83 4.35 21.05 58.33 9.09
BALAJITELE 86250 21.05 7.55 3.92 4.08 63.33 25
PATELENG 52500 20 8.02 3.85 0 -1.27 0
SOBHA 144200 18.05 0.58 7.76 -1.53 -2.68 1.51
RIIL 71600 17.76 5.56 2.86 5.66 -6.36 -1.39
GDL 372500 17.32 8.55 4.46 -2.61 23.66 0
OPTOCIRCUI 319260 17.23 50.85 9.94 1.26 -1.85 -0.61
HDIL 7253412 13.79 3.33 19.24 5.63 11.83 9.3
PENINLAND 682000 13.24 -4.78 112.96 -0.92 0.93 -1.82
HINDPETRO 1803100 13.13 11.15 -10.69 1.31 -0.81 -3.3
SUNTV 148000 12.98 8.26 7.08 -11.72 28 -2.91
RAJESHEXPO 2285250 12.97 2.08 6.85 0.27 2.09 -1.96
ZEEL 2223900 12.74 -4.34 -1.31 14.11 6.13 21.67
BPCL 1076900 12.59 11.19 -0.13 -0.38 -0.19 -2.9
ANSALINFRA 730600 11.51 1 -23.58 1.24 2.06 -7.87








Top Losers


% CHANGE 09-Feb-09 06-Feb-09 05-Feb-09 04-Feb-09 03-Feb-09
SYMBOL OPEN_INT IN O.I. % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE % CHANGE
BEML 59375 -45.84 39.43 1.94 -0.16 1.48 -0.65
APIL 142800 -26.09 114.19 42.27 3.59 2 1.69
VOLTAMP 21500 -16.5 -9.65 5.56 248.39 24 4.17
CMC 2200 -15.38 -27.78 63.64 0 0 0
BANKINDIA 1887650 -13.87 -5.64 -4.57 0.2 -6.75 2.43
PIRHEALTH 122250 -12.37 ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.--- ---n.a.---
RENUKA 6810000 -12.3 3.81 2.12 -8.95 0 9.38
PURVA 75500 -12.21 -12.69 189.71 0 0 0
WELGUJ 4290400 -12.02 2.59 9.21 7.21 2.05 0.85
CUMMINSIND 209000 -11.29 -0.4 -1.97 -2.68 -5.09 -15.25
BHUSANSTL 44000 -11.11 28.57 0 0.65 2.68 -1.32
NAGARCONST 1859000 -10.5 0.34 3.4 2.25 -0.41 -6.74
NOIDATOLL 1336600 -10.44 6.74 55 -2.65 29.14 0
RANBAXY 2817600 -10.2 1.27 4.28 -0.05 1.09 1.35
PRISMCEM 444000 -10.11 -1.11 55.17 7.41 20 -2.17
IBREALEST 3479450 -10.09 1.38 17.53 3.24 1.19 4.16
SKUMARSYNF 3446600 -9.3 18.48 80.73 16.46 18.46 -0.59
GSPL 1134600 -9.05 -3.76 -12.37 -1.62 -6.1 -15.59
FINANTECH 87450 -8.33 -0.63 6.31 -0.82 -10.6 2.11
INDIAINFO 1933750 -7.64 -0.59 1.26 2.91 -9.31 0.11
SAIL 14280300 -7.2 11.63 33.95 3.81 3.44 -3.91
MOSERBAER 867075 -7.07 -2.84 -1.44 9.15 3.15 3.86
COREPROTEC 783000 -6.87 -13.17 6.43 -0.16 4.56 -3.01
DENABANK 1506750 -6.82 -0.96 -7.44 -4.14 -12.7 -12.62
GAIL 3425625 -6.77 4.25 3.95 1.21 -3.22 6.47

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