Open Interest

The Sensex provisionally ended down 43 points,

Market ended lower on Friday weighed down by financials while technology shares ended lower on caution ahead of US jobs data later today. The Sensex provisionally ended down 43 points at 26,770 and the Nifty ended down 17 points at 8,114. On the economy front, OPEC is expected to keep its production target of 30 million barrels of oil per day unchanged at a meeting scheduled in Vienna today, 5 June 2015. The OPEC meeting is being closely watched for clues about the organization's next moves. Highest Open Interest was seen in 8300 and 8200 Call Option looking as a resistance level for nifty an...
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May Derivative closed weak, Option updates

The market closing on the last day of May derivatives series due to selling pressure in financials and pharma shares. The weakness in most Asian markets, muted corporate earnings and growing prospects that the Federal Reserve may raise interest rates led to cautiousness on the Street. The tepid close, however, masked the intra-day volatility that resulted from F&O roll-over pressures. The Sensex oscillated in a range of around 300 points before ending at 27,506, lower by 58 points or 0.2% and Nifty settled at 8,319, down 16 points. Highest Open Interest was seen in 8300 and 8400 Call Opt...
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Nifty closed higher, Future Calls, Option updates

Nifty closed at 8423.25 with 0.69% gain, touching day high at 8440.35 and low at 8391.45. Auto, Metal, and Realty sector closed weak. IT shares gain give support to market. Bank Nifty gained nearly 1%. 27 stocks advanced on Nifty and 21 declines. Top gainers Tech Mahindra, HCL Tech, HDFC, TCS, Wipro. Top Losers Bajaj Auto, Idea, Tata Steel, Cairn India, BHEL. In the broader market, both the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices, ended up nearly 1% each and performed in line with the large counterparts. Market breadth on the BSE ended firm with1,671 advances against 1,051 declines. Highest Ope...
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