Wednesday, 6 January 2016


"ITC 315 PUT @ 6 TGT 7.40/8.50 SL 4.90"
Mixed sentiment prevailed on Asian bourses, with most major regional indices trading in the red, while the Chinese equities stabilized somewhat followed by the wild ride witnessed so far this week after services sector data showed expansion. This relative strength is perhaps because the ban by Chinese securities regulator on share sales by major shareholders will continue, which was set to expire on Friday. The lull after Monday's crash is set to continue as the market world over remains on tenterhooks. Nifty shuts below 7750 mark. The Sensex and Nifty fell for third day in a row on Wednesday as sentiment remained weak in the absence of any positive trigger amid weak Asian cues.
Indian shares fell to their lowest level in three weeks on Wednesday along with other Asian markets as China allowed the yuan to weaken further, stoking fears that the world's second-biggest economy could be even weaker than feared.
Top five Sensex gainers were Reliance (+2.12%), Cipla (+1.14%), TCS (+1.05%), Bharti Airtel (+0.65%) and Coal India (+0.4%), while the major losers were ICICI Bank (-2.77%), ITC (-2.63%), Tata Steel (-2.43%), ONGC (-2.07%) and Tata Motors (-1.86%).
On Wednesday Most Active Securities was NH, RELIANCE, and RELINFRA. In index option nifty 7900 CE was the most active call option & 7700 PE was the most active put option. In securities UNITECH was the traded with very high volume 5,46,23,571.

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