Thursday, October 30, 2014

END SESSION ( 30 / 10 )

Sensex hits record closing high
Indian stocks surged after the government announced liberalization of foreign direct investment (FDI) norms for property development and construction sector. The 50-unit CNX Nifty hit record high. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, hit record high on intraday basis as well as on closing basis. The decision to relax FDI norms for the property development and construction sector comes close on the heels of the government's announcement of deregulation of diesel prices on 18 October 2014. The Sensex jumped rose 248.16 points or 0.92% to settle at 27,346.33. The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market was positive.
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought shares worth a net Rs 757.54 crore from the secondary equity market yesterday 29 October 2014. Global credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service today, 30 October 2014, said that the Government of India's and the Reserve Bank of India's recent economic, fiscal and financial measures will, if successfully implemented, sustain higher GDP growth and address some of the constraints on India's sovereign credit profile. Meanwhile, the Finance Ministry yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced measures for fiscal prudence.
Maruti Suzuki India hit record high after reporting strong Q2 results. Index heavyweight Reliance Industries (RIL) gained. Realty shares jumped after the government after trading hours yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced relaxation of rules for foreign investment in property development and construction sector. Construction stocks were mixed. ACC rose after announcing strong Q3 results. ICICI Bank edged higher in choppy trade after announcing second quarter results.
A bout of volatility was witnessed in late trade as traders rolled over positions in the futures & options (F&O) segment from October 2014 series to November 2014 series. The October 2014 derivatives contracts expired today, 30 October 2014.
In overseas markets, European stocks reversed initial gains and Asian stocks dropped after the US Federal Reserve after a monetary policy review yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced its decision to end the last round of its recession-era bond buying program and said it could raise US interest rates sooner than markets have forecast, if the US economy expands faster than it expects.
In the foreign exchange market, the rupee edged lower against the dollar on speculation fund flows to emerging markets will slow as the US Federal Reserve moves closer to raising interest rates after ending its asset-purchase program.
Brent crude oil prices edged lower after previous day's sharp rise triggered by weekly data showing that US crude stockpiles rose less than expected last week.
The S&P BSE Sensex rose 248.16 points or 0.92% to settle at 27,346.33, its record closing high. The index jumped 292.43 points at the day's high of 27,390.60 in late trade, a lifetime high. The index fell 9.52 points at the day's low of 27,088.65 in early trade.
The CNX Nifty rose 78.75 points or 0.97% at 8,169.20. The index hit a high of 8,181.55 in intraday trade, a lifetime high for the index. The index hit a low of 8,085.20 in intraday trade.
The BSE Mid-Cap index rose 64.14 points or 0.66% at 9,714.43. The BSE Small-Cap index rose 37 points or 0.34% at 10,827.46. Both these indices underperformed the Sensex.
The market breadth indicating the overall health of the market was positive. On BSE, 1,586 shares rose while 1,334 shares declined. A total of 122 shares were unchanged.
The total turnover on BSE amounted to Rs 3127 crore, higher than turnover of Rs 2869.03 crore on Wednesday, 29 October 2014.
The S&P BSE Realty index (up 3.44%), the S&P BSE IT index (up 2.04%), the S&P BSE Teck index (up 1.77%), the S&P BSE Oil & Gas index (up 1.65%), the S&P BSE Consumer Durables index (up 1.59%) and the S&P BSE Capital Goods index (up 0.94%), outperformed the Sensex.
The S&P BSE Healthcare index (up 0.21%), the S&P BSE Auto index (up 0.28%), the S&P BSE Metal index (up 0.46%), the S&P BSE FMCG index (up 0.54%), the S&P BSE Power index (up 0.58%) and the S&P BSE Bankex (up 0.72%), underperformed the Sensex.
Bharti Airtel rose 0.58% to Rs 407.50. On a consolidated basis, the company's net profit rose 170.2% to Rs 1383 crore on 7.1% increase in total revenue to Rs 22845 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013. The results are as per International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) rose 12.1% to Rs 7705 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013. Mobile data revenues grew 66.7% to Rs 2540 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013, contributing more than two-third of the incremental revenues. The result was announced after market hours today, 30 October 2014.
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals fell 0.38% to Rs 711.70. On a consolidated basis, the company's net profit rose 7% to Rs 165.07 crore on 14.85% increase in total revenue to Rs 1680.70 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013. The result was announced after market hours today, 30 October 2014.
Dabur India rose 1.33% to Rs 220.85. The company announced after market hours today, 30 October 2014, that a fire broke out at the company's skin care products factory at Baddi, Himachal Pradesh, damaging fixed assets and inventory worth Rs 23 crore. The unit is fully insured and the claim process has been initiated. There is no significant impact to the company's business because of this incident as only the skin care unit was hit by the fire and steps have been initiated to manufacture skin care products at alternative locations, Dabur India said.
Maruti Suzuki India rose 1.14% to Rs 3242.15 after company reported strong Q2 results. The stock hit record high of Rs 3,297 in intraday trade. The stock hit low of Rs 3,173.95 in intraday trade. The company's net profit rose 28.69% to Rs 862.54 crore on 18.24% rise in total income to Rs 12497.03 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013. Growth in domestic sales and cost reduction initiatives by the company contributed significantly to bottomline growth during Q2 September 2014.
The company's board of directors has recommended an increase in the foreign institutional investors' (FII) limit to 40%, broadly the level of public shareholding in the company. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has put restriction on further purchases of shares of Maruti by FIIs. RBI had on 3 Mar 2014 notified that the foreign share holding under portfolio investment scheme in Maruti Suzuki India had reached the trigger limit of 22% and therefore fresh purchases of equity shares of this company would be allowed only after obtaining prior approval of the Reserve Bank of India.
Maruti's board also approved dividend payment guidelines in which it said company would endeavour to keep the dividend payout ratio, except for reasons to be recorded, within the range of 18% to 30%.
ACC rose 0.70% to Rs 1,494.70 after consolidated net profit jumped 61.98% to Rs 192.60 crore on 9.26% increase in total income to Rs 2847.23 crore in Q3 September 2014 over Q3 September 2013. The stock was volatile. The stock hit high of Rs 1,509 and low of Rs 1,474. The result was announced during trading hours today, 30 October 2014.
ICICI Bank edged higher in choppy trade after announcing second quarter results. The stock rose 0.47% at Rs 1,611.50. The stock hit record high of Rs 1,620 in intraday trade. The scrip hit low of Rs 1,584.70 in intraday trade. ICICI Bank's net profit rose 15.18% to Rs 2709.01 crore on 14.71% growth in total income to Rs 14888.95 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013. The Q2 result was announced during market hours today, 30 October 2014.
ICICI Bank's net non-performing assets stood at Rs 3997 crore as on 30 September 2014, higher than Rs 3474 crore as on 30 June 2014 and Rs 2707 crore as on 30 September 2013. The net non-performing asset ratio was 0.96% as on 30 September 2014, higher than 0.87% as on 30 June 2014 and 0.73% as on 30 September 2013. The bank's provision coverage ratio, computed in accordance with RBI guidelines, was 65.9% at end September 2014. Net loans to companies whose facilities have been restructured stood at Rs 11020 crore as on 30 September 2014, lower than Rs 11265 crore as on 30 June 2014, but sharply higher than Rs 6826 crore as on 30 September 2013.
ICICI Bank said it has seen healthy trends in current and savings account (CASA) deposits mobilisation. During Q2 September 2014, savings account deposits increased by Rs 2871 crore and current account deposits increased by Rs 6440 crore. The bank's CASA ratio improved to 43.7% as on 30 September 2014, from 43% as on 30 June 2014. The average CASA ratio for Q2 September 2014 remained stable at 39.5%.
On a consolidated basis, ICICI Bank's net profit rose 13.61% to Rs 3064.62 crore on 16.49% growth in total income to Rs 22150.39 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013.
IndusInd Bank rose 2.84% to Rs 712.40. The stock hit a record high of Rs 714 in intraday trade.
Kotak Mahindra Bank rose 1.89% to Rs 1,099.95. The stock hit a record high of Rs 1,100 in intraday trade.
Yes Bank rose 3.79% to Rs 662.70 after net profit surged 30.01% to Rs 482.54 crore on 13.25% growth in total income to Rs 3337.97 crore in Q2 September 2014 over Q2 September 2013. The Q2 result was announced during market hours today, 30 October 2014.
Among other private sector banks, Axis Bank (up 1.01%), HDFC Bank (up 0.44%) and Federal Bank (up 0.43%), edged higher.
Among state-run banks, Punjab National Bank (up 1.22%), Bank of Baroda (up 0.76%), IDBI Bank (up 0.52%) and Bank of India (up 0.26%), edged higher. State Bank of India (down 0.17%), Canara Bank (down 0.32%) and Union Bank of India (down 0.47%), edged lower.
Index heavyweight Reliance Industries (RIL) gained 2.94% to Rs 979.30. The stock hit high of Rs 981.45 and low of Rs 948.30.
Realty shares jumped after the government after trading hours yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced relaxation of rules for foreign investment in property development and construction sector. Unitech (up 8.43%), Peninsula Land (up 6.34%), Housing Development & Infrastructure (HDIL) (up 5.99%), DLF (up 4.87%), Indiabulls Real Estate (up 4.07%), D B Realty (up 2.16%), Prestige Estates (up 2.16%), Parsvnath Developers (up 2.01%), Anant Raj (up 1.72%), Phoenix Mills (up 1.39%), Oberoi Realty (up 0.93%), Godrej Properties (up 0.58%) and Sunteck Realty (up 0.12%), edged higher. Sobha Developers fell 0.23%.
The Union Cabinet yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced relaxation of rules for foreign investment in property development and construction. 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) under automatic route will be permitted in the construction development sector. In case of development of serviced plots, there is no condition of minimum land. In case of construction-development projects, a minimum floor area will be 20,000 sq. meters. The investee company will be required to bring minimum FDI of $5 million within six months of commencement of the project. Subsequent tranches of FDI can be brought till the period of ten years from the commencement of the project or before the completion of the project, whichever expires earlier. The investor will be permitted to exit on completion of the project or after three years from the date of final investment, subject to development of trunk infrastructure.
Thermax fell 1.73% to Rs 881.20. The company after market hours today, 30 October 2014, said it has bagged an order worth Rs 321 crore to build and commission a captive power plant in Africa. The scope of work includes system design, manufacture, supply and supervision of erection and commissioning of the plant. The power plant is to be commissioned within a time frame of 15-16 months.
Shriram Transport Finance Company clocked a highest turnover of Rs 101.88 crore on BSE. SRF (Rs 88.48 crore), DLF (Rs 73.78 crore), State Bank of India (Rs 61.52 crore) and Maruti Suzuki India (Rs 51.17 crore), were the other turnover toppers on BSE in that order.
Unitech reported highest volumes of 1.30 crore shares on BSE. VKS Projects (61.83 lakh shares), DLF (60 lakh shares), Media Matrix Worldwide (51.65 lakh shares) and Visesh Infotechnics (49.15 lakh shares), were the other volume toppers on BSE in that order.
The Sensex and Nifty gained for the third day in a row today, 30 October 2014. The Sensex has risen 593.43 points or 2.22% in the past three sessions from a recent low of 26,752.90 on Monday, 27 October 2014. The Sensex has risen 715.82 points or 2.69% in this month so far (till 30 October 2014). The Sensex has gained 6,175.65 points or 29.17% in calendar year 2014 so far (till 30 October 2014). From a 52-week low of 19,963.12 on 4 February 2014, the Sensex has risen 7,383.21 points or 36.98%.
In the foreign exchange market, the rupee edged lower against the dollar on speculation fund flows to emerging markets will slow as the US Federal Reserve moves closer to raising interest rates after ending its asset-purchase program. The partially convertible rupee was hovering at 61.46, compared with its close of 61.36 during the previous trading session.
Brent crude oil prices edged lower after previous day's sharp rise triggered by weekly data showing that US crude stockpiles rose less than expected last week. Brent crude for December delivery was off 75 cents at $86.37 a barrel. The contract had gained $1.09 a barrel to settle at $87.12 a barrel during the previous trading session.
The Union Cabinet yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced relaxation of rules for foreign investment in property development and construction. 100 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) under automatic route will be permitted in the construction development sector. In case of development of serviced plots, there is no condition of minimum land. In case of construction-development projects, a minimum floor area will be 20,000 sq. meters. The investee company will be required to bring minimum FDI of $5 million within six months of commencement of the project. Subsequent tranches of FDI can be brought till the period of ten years from the commencement of the project or before the completion of the project, whichever expires earlier. The investor will be permitted to exit on completion of the project or after three years from the date of final investment, subject to development of trunk infrastructure.
Global credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service today, 30 October 2014, said that the Government of India's and the Reserve Bank of India's recent economic, fiscal and financial measures will, if successfully implemented, sustain higher GDP growth and address some of the constraints on India's sovereign credit profile. Moody's points out that these measures are incremental rather than radical. However, together, the various measures will harness India's economic advantages of size, diversity and a deep pool of labor and savings. They will also improve its investment climate, and allow the economy to reap the benefits of lower global commodity prices and international financial flows seeking real investment assets, Moody's said. Higher investment and lower macro-economic imbalances could sustain growth rates of around 7.5% in India over the next 5-10 years. Such a result would be significantly higher than the 5%-6% growth Moody's expects for India in 2015, the rating agency said.
However, given the early days and the incremental nature of policy change, Moody's expects that it will take several quarters for an improvement in quantitative and qualitative credit metrics to crystallize.
Meanwhile, the Finance Ministry yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced measures for fiscal prudence. For the year 2014-15, every Ministry/Department shall effect a mandatory 10% cut in non-Plan expenditure, the Finance Ministry said. This excludes interest payment, repayment of debt, Defence capital, salaries, pension and Finance Commission grants to the states. No re-appropriation of funds to augment the Non-Plan heads of expenditure on which cuts have been imposed shall be allowed during the current fiscal year, the Finance Ministry said.
European stocks reversed intraday gains today, 30 October 2014, after the US Federal Reserve after a monetary policy review yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced its decision to end the last round of its recession-era bond buying program and said it could raise US interest rates sooner than markets have forecast, if the US economy expands faster than it expects. Key benchmark indices in France, Germany and UK were off 0.95% to 1.54%.
Asian stocks edged lower today, 30 October 2014, after the US Federal Reserve after a monetary policy review yesterday, 29 October 2014, announced its decision to end the last round of its recession-era stimulus program. Key benchmark indices in Indonesia, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan were off 0.11% to 0.49%. Key benchmark indices in Singapore, Japan and China were up 0.38% to 0.76%.
China's international payments were largely balanced in the third quarter with a surplus in the current account offsetting a deficit in the capital account, the latest data showed. China's current-account surplus in the three months ended September rose to $81.5 billion, compared with a revised surplus of $73.4 billion in the second quarter, the country's foreign-exchange regulator said. The nation had a capital and financial account deficit of $81.6 billion in the third quarter, indicating net outflows of investment funds, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said. The latest data are initial estimates and will likely be revised later.
Trading in US index futures indicated that the Dow could fall 58 points at the opening bell today, 30 October 2014. US stocks closed with slight losses on Wednesday, 29 October 2014, after the Federal Reserve ended its stimulative monthly bond-buying program and expressed confidence in US economic prospects.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday, 29 October 2014, ended its monthly bond purchase program and signaled confidence the US economic recovery would remain on track despite signs of a slowdown in many parts of the global economy. "The Committee continues to see sufficient underlying strength in the broader economy to support ongoing progress toward maximum employment in a context of price stability," the central bank's policy committee said in a statement following a two-day meeting. The timing and pace of rate hikes would depend on incoming economic data, the Fed said.

FOREIGN MARKET

Asia Pacific Market: Stocks advance after Fed as investors evaluate earnings
Asia Pacific shares ended mostly higher after recouping early losses on Thursday, 30 October 2014, thanks to solid earnings from some of the region's bellwether companies.
Regional shares commenced trading with soft tone on tracking a weak lead from offshore after the U.S. Federal Reserve expectedly ended its massive quantitative easing programme and issued an upbeat assessment of the American employment market.
The US Federal Reserve's decision to end its quantitative easing stimulus measure was not well received on Wall Street overnight, and also same trend followed by the regional bourses.
The statement, issued after the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting, said the jobs market had enjoyed "substantial improvement" and the Fed expected its underlying strength to continue. The Fed reiterated that it will not raise the Federal Fund rate for a "considerable time", but a key change was that it said that was conditional on incoming information. As was widely expected, the US central bank said it will end its economic stimulus program at the end of October. The Fed has been tapering its bond purchase program from $US85 billion a month last December to just $US15 billion this month.
Among Asian bourses
Nikkei jumps on solid earnings, yen depreciation
Japanese share market closed the session higher, as risk appetite buying underpinned on tracking yen depreciation against greenback and rosy earnings results from Keyence, Central Japan Railway and other closely watched firms. The Nikkei 225 index advanced 0.67%, or 104.29 points, to 15658.20, while the Topix index of all first-section issues was up 0.65 %, or 8.26 points, at 1,278.90.
Shares of Nintendo Co climbed 1% to 11235 yen after the game maker booked a surprising net profit of Y24.22 billion for the July-September quarter, roughly four times more than market expectations.
Sensor manufacturer Keyence Corp added 5.8% to 50362 yen after posted a first half operating profit of 82.2 billion yen and raised its full-year dividend per share forecast to 200 yen, up from 60 yen.
Machinery maker Makita Corp gained 2.6% to 5920 yen after raising its first half operating profit guidance to 37.9 billion yen from 31 billion yen, citing weaker yen benefits, solid sales volumes in key markets, and other benefits.
Central Japan Railway Co rose 1.5% to 15415 yen after booking a first-half operating profit of 278.9 billion yen, much higher than guidance, and bumped up its full financial year forecast.
Banks lead Aussie market rally
Australian share market finished the session modestly higher, as strength in in financial, property trusts and consumer staple counters helped to overshadow losses elsewhere. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 Index and the broader All Ordinaries Index both advanced by 0.5% to 5476.20 and 5457.10, respectively.
Shares of banks and financial companies advanced, with National Australia Bank raising 0.8% to A$34.64 as investors responded positively to corporate updates. National Australia Bank profits were down 10% to A$5.2 billion in the year to September, in line with previous guidance. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, due to report on Friday, pushed 1% higher to A$33.26. Westpac Banking Corp, reporting Monday, rose 0.8% to A$34.46 and Commonwealth Bank of Australia, which will provide a quarterly earnings update on Tuesday, gained 0.7% to A$80.17.
Wesfarmers shares jumped 1.3% to A$43.92 after the conglomerate announced it had lifted total retail sales across its business by 4.6% in the first quarter of the 2014-15 financial year. The boost was led by better-than-expected sales at supermarket Coles, which recorded same-store sales growth of 4.3%.
Shares in Coca-Cola Amatil pushed 4.5% higher to A$9.07 after the beverage maker announced its parent company Coca-Cola Co would purchase a 29.4% stake in its Indonesian business for $US500 million and that the company would return to profit growth in 2015.
Shanghai Composite rises 0.76% on Govt investment plans
Mainland China share market advanced to almost 20 months peak, on speculation of benefit from Beijing's investment plans and as regulators signalled work was almost complete for the start of a planned trading link between the two cities bourses. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, which tracks both A and B shares, ended higher 0.76%, or 18.05 points, at 2391.08.
Beijing has given the green light to 64 railway projects, Xinhua News Agency reported on Wednesday, adding that China has set its 2014 investment target for the railway sector at 800 billion yuan.
Shanghai Stock Exchange will conduct a test on a planned stock-trading connection between the bourse and its Hong Kong counterpart on Nov. 1, rekindling hopes that the link may be back on track following a delay.
Shares of construction related companies advanced on hopes that Beijing will boost investment in infrastructure construction projects, while expectations of reforms in state-owned enterprises also buoyed sentiment in the sector. China Railway Group hit its 10% daily upside limit at 4.20 yuan, China National Chemical Engineering surged 8% to 6.64 yuan and China Railway Construction Corp. added 7.7% to 6.68 yuan.
Banks strengthened after a string of lenders reported better than expected earnings. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China rose 1.4% to 3.59 yuan, after the country's largest lender by assets announced that its third quarter net profit rose 8% from a year earlier. China Merchants Bank gained 0.9% to 10.47 yuan after reporting a 16% on-year rise in its third-quarter net profit.
Hang Seng falls 0.5%
Hong Kong equity market closed weaker for the first time in three consecutive sessions, as investors' opted booking profit on tracking weakness in the Wall Street overnight after the US Federal Reserve ended its massive quantitative easing programme, and spiked its economic assessment with a tinge of hawkishness. The Hang Seng Index declined 0.5%, or 117.83 points, to 23702.04. Turnover decreased to HK$67.58 billion from HK$79.60 billion on Wednesday.
Shares of utilities companies advanced sharply in Hong Kong on reports that a reform package for the China power industry might be announced soon. CR Power (000836) put on 2.8% to HK$22.25, becoming top blue chip winner. Datang Power (00991) gained 3.8% to HK$4.07. Huadian Power (01071) soared 5.2% to HK$5.89. Huaneng Power (00902) added 2.6% to HK$9.35. China Power (02380) rose 2% to HK$3.51.
Belle (01880) gained 1% to HK$9.78, extending a 3-day rally. The stock has registered a combined 15% gains over the past three trading days.
Sensex hits record high on economic reforms
Indian stock market closed at new life highs on increased buying by investors on bet an improving economy and government reforms would allow the country to better withstand potential rate hikes in the US. The benchmark BSE Sensex provisionally closed 0.92% higher at 27346.33, while the broader Nifty gained 0.97% to 8169.20, rising for eight sessions in nine.
Continued reform push by the government has boosted sentiments. On Wednesday, the government relaxed rules for foreign direct investment (FDI) in construction development. The new rules make it easier for foreign companies to invest in India and many projects will now qualify for FDI through automatic route (no FIPB clearance will be required).
Lower-than-expected increase in wheat support prices also aided sentiment. Lower increase in minimum support prices bodes well for the food price inflation outlook and thus should help lower headline inflation in the coming quarter.
Exporters led gainers on the increased Fed optimism about the U.S. economy, with Infosys provisionally ending up 1.6% while rival Tata Consultancy Services gaining 2.3%. Shares in realty and construction companies also rallied with DLF advancing 5%.
Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: Taiwan's Taiex index declined 0.18% to 8888.07. South Korea KOSPI slipped 0.11% to 1958.93. Malaysia's KLCI rose 0.18% to 1842.78. New Zealand's NZX50 rose 0.27% to 5370.18 after New Zealand's central bank held its benchmark rate at a five-and-a-half-year high. Singapore's Straits Times index grew 0.4% at 3224.03. Indonesia's Jakarta Composite index fell 0.3% to 5058.85.

TOP 50

BSE Sensex on Oct 30,2014 27346.33 [248.16]
Prev. Day Close:27098.17 Change:0.92%
CodeRankCompanyMkt. Cap.EquityFVLast PriceTrd.Value*% of Mkt.Cap*Last traded DateLast traded timeVolume
532540  TCS LTD. 501015.87 195.87 2557.90 31.34 .01 Oct 30,2014 122521 
500312  ONGC CORPN 338668.68 4277.74 395.85 11.28 .00 Oct 30,2014 285035 
500325  RELIANCE 316764.38 3234.60 10 979.30 50.62 .02 Oct 30,2014 516949 
500875  ITC LTD. 283195.14 798.07 354.85 7.43 .00 Oct 30,2014 209430 
533278  COAL INDIA 227546.87 6316.36 10 360.25 5.45 .00 Oct 30,2014 151401 
500209  INFOSYS LTD 226603.72 287.12 3946.15 28.37 .01 Oct 30,2014 71902 
500180  HDFC BANK 216176.42 482.86 895.40 33.02 .02 Oct 30,2014 368734 
500112  STATE BANK 196956.36 746.57 10 2638.15 61.58 .03 Oct 30,2014 233422 
532174  ICICI BANK 186513.40 1157.39 10 1611.50 48.98 .03 Oct 30,2014 303951 
524715 10  SUN PHARMA. 171723.19 207.12 829.10 7.25 .00 Oct 30,2014 87490 
CodeRankCompanyMkt. Cap.EquityFVLast PriceTrd.Value*% of Mkt.Cap*Last traded DateLast traded timeVolume
500010 11  HDFC 166696.60 313.90 1062.10 8.79 .01 Oct 30,2014 82792 
532454 12  BHARTI ARTL 162894.05 1998.70 407.50 7.98 .00 Oct 30,2014 195854 
500696 13  HIND UNI LT 158238.08 216.32 731.50 4.90 .00 Oct 30,2014 67036 
500510 14  LARSEN & TOU 148255.45 185.65 1597.15 26.12 .02 Oct 30,2014 163531 
500570 15  TATA MOTORS 144059.89 547.34 526.40 14.79 .01 Oct 30,2014 281044 
507685 16  WIPRO LTD. 138099.74 493.61 559.55 8.43 .01 Oct 30,2014 150685 
532555 17  NTPC LTD 121331.94 8245.46 10 147.15 2.85 .00 Oct 30,2014 193415 
532281 18  HCL TECHNO 110640.58 140.30 1577.20 15.88 .01 Oct 30,2014 100661 
532215 19  AXIS BANK 101498.25 472.03 430.05 11.22 .01 Oct 30,2014 260927 
532500 20  MARUTISUZUK 97938.87 151.04 3242.15 51.16 .05 Oct 30,2014 157789 
CodeRankCompanyMkt. Cap.EquityFVLast PriceTrd.Value*% of Mkt.Cap*Last traded DateLast traded timeVolume
530965 21  INDIAN OIL 86337.90 2427.95 10 355.60 6.60 .01 Oct 30,2014 185588 
500247 22  KOTAK MAH.BK 84531.15 385.67 1095.90 3.36 .00 Oct 30,2014 30686 
500520 23  MAH & MAH 79970.26 310.54 1287.60 7.95 .01 Oct 30,2014 61781 
532898 24  POWER GRID 75439.53 5231.59 10 144.20 4.61 .01 Oct 30,2014 319771 
500295 25  SSLT 74917.97 296.47 252.70 8.36 .01 Oct 30,2014 330972 
532977 26  BAJAJ AUTO 74563.41 289.37 10 2576.75 4.73 .01 Oct 30,2014 18347 
500188 27  HINDUS.ZI 71428.70 845.06 169.05 2.19 .00 Oct 30,2014 129685 
532538 28  ULTRATECH CM 68819.52 274.40 10 2508.00 6.95 .01 Oct 30,2014 27712 
526371 29  NMDC LTD 66725.90 396.47 168.30 3.25 .00 Oct 30,2014 193025 
532155 30  GAIL (I) LTD 64648.08 1268.48 10 509.65 9.39 .01 Oct 30,2014 184207 
CodeRankCompanyMkt. Cap.EquityFVLast PriceTrd.Value*% of Mkt.Cap*Last traded DateLast traded timeVolume
500103 31  BHEL 62413.80 489.52 255.00 14.26 .02 Oct 30,2014 559044 
500820 32  ASIAN PAINTS 61806.05 95.92 644.35 6.92 .01 Oct 30,2014 107395 
500182 33  HEROMOTOCO 60512.10 39.94 3030.15 6.01 .01 Oct 30,2014 19843 
500257 34  LUPIN LTD. 60437.64 89.81 1345.90 10.55 .02 Oct 30,2014 78415 
500790 35  NESTLE (I) 59085.69 96.42 10 6127.95 1.30 .00 Oct 30,2014 2117 
532755 36  TECH MAH 58412.49 235.52 10 2480.15 41.40 .07 Oct 30,2014 166944 
532822 37  IDEA CELL 57459.84 3596.86 10 159.75 2.68 .00 Oct 30,2014 167578 
532921 38  ADANI PORTS 56139.76 414.01 271.20 5.11 .01 Oct 30,2014 188323 
534816 39  BH INFRATEL 54917.28 1890.44 10 290.50 .36 .00 Oct 30,2014 12483 
532792 40  CAIRN IND 53029.00 1874.81 10 282.85 4.23 .01 Oct 30,2014 149620 
CodeRankCompanyMkt. Cap.EquityFVLast PriceTrd.Value*% of Mkt.Cap*Last traded DateLast traded timeVolume
500124 41  DR.REDDY'S 52779.23 85.18 3098.10 4.90 .01 Oct 30,2014 15804 
500087 42  CIPLA LTD. 52232.66 160.58 650.55 8.38 .02 Oct 30,2014 128863 
512599 43  ADANI ENTER 51756.59 109.98 470.60 3.69 .01 Oct 30,2014 78492 
500547 44  BHARAT PET. 50821.68 723.08 10 702.85 7.25 .01 Oct 30,2014 103178 
500530 45  BOSCH LTD 46954.62 31.40 10 14953.70 .43 .00 Oct 30,2014 290 
500470 46  TATA STEEL 46074.20 971.21 10 474.40 30.90 .07 Oct 30,2014 651303 
532432 47  UNITD SPR 39738.31 145.33 10 2734.35 10.47 .03 Oct 30,2014 38298 
532134 48  BNK OF BAROD 39427.21 432.15 10 912.35 9.22 .02 Oct 30,2014 101082 
500096 49  DABUR (I) 38790.09 175.64 220.85 5.52 .01 Oct 30,2014 249759 
517334 50  MOTHERSON SS 37507.21 88.19 425.30 9.41 .03 Oct 30,2014 221141 

* During market trading hours, as traded values are not available on a real time basis, an approximation is done. The traded value is calculated as follows, using the last traded price:
Traded Value (Rs. cr) = (Last Price * Volume) /100,00,000 
This value will be updated with the actual figures, once trading closes and end-of-day data is available.