Indian stock market technical analysis
:20 PM - Buy Petronet LNG if it closes above Rs 37 it has a target of Rs 42-43, says Jatindar Sharma, technical analyst, on CNBC Awaaz. The stock is currently trading at Rs 36, up 2.8% on the BSE. » Send to friends
3:15 PM - Buy IRB Infra with a target of Rs 130 and stop loss of Rs 100, says Neera Jain of crnindia.com, on CNBC Awaaz. The stock is currently trading at Rs 109, down 1.04% on the BSE. » Send to friends
3:11 PM - The results were not as bad as expected and all the negatives have been factored in by the market, says Gaurang Shah of Geojit Financials, on Zee Business. Chances are that the market will bounce up in February, he feels. Sell on rallies for IT stocks and buy select FMCG stocks, he adds. » Send to friends
3:06 PM - The year 2009 would be one of two halves, in the first half the market is likely to retest the October lows between January-April, says Manish Raychudhari of BNP Paribas, on NDTV Profit. The market will fare better in the second half as rupee could appreciate and FIIs inflows could restart by June, he adds. » Send to
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