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					MORNING NOTE                                                                                                                 18 November 2011

Indian Indices                                                            Market Commentary
Indes                    C urrent Va lue       1D%            YTD %
                                                                          The markets plunged sharply reacting to the euro zone crises and followed the
Sensex                        16462             (1.87)       (19.73)
                                                                          global cues; depreciating rupee (32-month low) and selling pressure of
Nifty                         4935              (1.90)       (19.56)
BSE - Mi d Cap                5776              (1.30)       (25.98)      heavyweights dragged the markets lower.
BSE - Sml Cap                 6302              (1.15)       (34.83)
SGX Nifty Fut                 4891              (0.71)       (20.66)      Among sectoral indices, Oil & Gas (3.61%), Power (3%) Realty (2.47%) were
S ectors –Pe rformance                                                    major draggers. Sensex stocks, Hero Honda (0.71%), Cipla (0.42%) Sun
Auto                          8642              (1.78)       (15.57)      Pharma (0.25%) were the gainers while Jaiprakash Asso (6.49%) RIL (4.51%),
Bankex                        10250             (1.46)       (23.39)      Maruti Suzuki (4.44%) and BHEL (4.37%) were the major losers. The Sensex
Capital Goo ds                9598              (2.19)       (37.74)
                                                                          lost 314 points or (1.87%) to close at 16,462 while Nifty lost 96 points or
Con. Durables                 6075              (1.57)        (4.43)
                                                                          (1.90%) to close at 4,935 points.
FMCG                          4133              (1.49)        12.17
Healthcare                    5907              (1.39)       (12.28)      Total traded turnover stood at Rs 187,235cr. In equities FIIs were net sellers of
IT                            5654              (0.74)       (17.16)      Rs (195 cr), while DIIs were net buyers of (Rs 372cr). On the derivatives side,
Metal                         10571             (2.48)       (39.92)      FIIs were net sellers for Index Futures (Rs 1076 cr), net buyers in Index
Oil & Gas                     8298              (3.39)       (21.72)
                                                                          Options (Rs 636 cr), Stock Futures (Rs 200 cr) and Stock Options (Rs 1 cr).
PSU                           6906              (2.13)       (27.00)
Power                         1988              (2.86)       (33.48)
Realty                        1633              (2.40)       (42.82)      The European markets fell after Spain's 10 year bond yield rose to 6.97% (v/s
Teck                          3433              (0.94)       (15.16)      5.43% in a similar auction last month) and spread of France v/s Germany which
IPO                           1449              (1.59)       (25.72)      soared to 200bps (1990 levels) moreover news about ECB intervening to buy

G lobal Indices                                                           the spanish bonds dampened the sentiment further.
Indes                    C urrent Va lue       1D%            YTD %
Dow Jones                     11771             (1.13)         1.67       The US markets were lower overlooking positive jobless claims data on fears
Dow Futures                   11754             0.13           3.67
                                                                          of fitch downgrading `stable' rating of large banks having high exposure to the
Nasdaq                        2588              (1.96)        (2.45)
                                                                          Euro zone.The Dow Jones industrial average lost 135 points or 1.13% to close
DAX                           5850              (1.07)       (15.39)
                                                                          at 11,771 while NASDAQ down 52 points, or 1.96%, to close at 2,588.
Nikkei 225                    8367              (1.33)       (18.20)
FTSE 100                      5423              (1.56)        (8.08)
Hang Seng                     18514             (1.61)       (19.63)      The Asian markets are trading lower with weak sentiment in the Euro zone;
Shangh ai A Sha               2444              (0.79)       (12.98)      Nikkei is trading lower by 1.33% while Hang Seng is currently trading lower by
Bovespa                       56989             (2.68)       (17.77)      1.61%.
Strait Ti mes                 2753              (0.91)       (13.70)

FII Trading activities in Cash                                            The markets may open on a cautious note as yields of France and Spain
FII trading activity on NSE & BSE in Capital Market Segment (Rs.Cr)
                                                                          continue to rise amidst lack of clarity on fiscal reforms in the euro zone.
Category                  Date       Buy Value Sell Value     Net Value
FII                     17-Nov          1943        2138         (195)
DII                     17-Nov          1150        778           372




Source: NSE, Bloomberg; As on 8.30 am IST
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FII Trading activities in F&O                              Corporate News
FII Derivatives Statistics    Buy       Sell     OI at
for 17/11                     (cr)      (cr)    EOD (cr)
                                                           l   BGR Energy Systems has bagged an Engineering, Procurement and
Index Futures                3204      4280     15998
Index Options                22220    21584     46459          Construction contract for Rs 1,698 cr from New Delhi-based TRN
Stock Futures                3690      3490     28658          Energy for setting up of 2 x 300 MW coal based thermal power project at
Stock Options                 567      567       988
                                                               Nawapara village, Chhatisgarh.The order value includes foreign currency
                                                               content of $188 mn at an exchange rate of Rs 44.70. The contract
Market volatility
                                                               provides for foreign exchange variation protection to the company at
                             Latest   Avg MTD   Avg YTD
                                                               actual exchange rate.
CBOE VIX                      34       8.87        -
NSE VIX                       27       3.94      62.56
                                                           l   Fortis Healthcare (India) has planning to the launch of 2 hospitals, in
                                                               Hyderabad and Agra. The super-speciality hospital in Hyderabad with a
Fixed Income and Forex Rates
Interbanks                              BPS       BPS          150-bed capacity will be functional in FY 2013. The hospital in Agra will
                             Latest
Rates                                   1D        YTD          initially function as a Cardiac Care Centre, in a hub and spoke model, and
MIBOR                         8.6      (0.23)    28.31
                                                               expand eventually to become a multi- speciality hospital. The 75-bed
2 Y GSec India                8.7      0.00      15.87
10 Y GSec India               8.9      (0.36)    11.87         hospital will be operational by the end Fy2012.
10 Y GSec US 10                2       0.62     (40.12)
10 Y GSec UK 10               2.2      3.39     (34.36)
                                                           l   Lupin's Japanese subsidiary Kyowa Pharmaceutical has entered into an
10 Y GSec Japan 10            0.9      (1.35)   (15.87)
LIBOR - 1 Month               0.3      1.22      (2.24)
                                                               agreement with I`rom Holdings (IH) an integrated Japanese healthcare
LIBOR - 3 Month               0.5      1.77      58.33         provider, to acquire up to 100% of the outstanding shares of its subsidiary
LIBOR - 6 Month                0.7     1.81      51.15
                                                               I`rom Pharmaceutical (IP). I'rom Pharmaceutical is a specialty indictable
LIBOR - 1 Year                1.00     1.06      29.02
                                                               company headquartered in Tokyo and reported revenue of 5.36 bn

                             Latest   BPS 1D    BPS YTD        Japanese yen for fiscal ended March 2011.
Rates
INR/USD                      50.91     (0.33)   (12.18)
INR/EUR                      68.62     (0.37)   (12.85)    l   McNally Bharat Engineering has informed that company`s 100%
INR/GBP                       80.4     (0.16)   (13.30)        German subsidiary, MBE Coal & Mineral Technology GmbH, has received
INR/YEN (100)                66.22     (0.06)   (16.82)
                                                               an order from Assmang, Sandton, South Africa, for the delivery of eight
INR/SGD                      39.33     (0.24)   (11.43)
USD/EUR                      1.3496    0.28      0.84          magnetic separators at a total price of Euro 15.4 mn.
USD/GBP                      1.5776    0.13      1.05
USD/GBY                      76.95     0.04      5.42
USD/AUD                      0.9977    (0.23)    2.10
USD/SGD                      1.2943     0.24     (0.84)




Source: NSE,RBI,Bloomberg
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Commodities                                                           Corporate News
Particular                                   % Change       % YTD     l   Mold-Tek Packaging has received huge orders for supply of
Gold (US $/t oz)                   1725            0.20     21.43         10 mn containers per annum, with IML decoration (in-mould
Silver (US $/t oz)                  32             (0.36)    2.22         labeling) from a leading food processing company, based in western India.
Oil (Brent-US$/bbl)                108             (0.02)   13.72
Oil (Nymex-US $/bbl)                99             (3.67)    8.14     l Jindal Steel and Power (JSPL) will invest Rs 500 cr to set up a
Baltic Dry Index                   1898            0.74      7.05         downstream industrial park spread over 1,400 acres at Parang in Angul,
Dollar Index                        78             (0.18)   (1.12)
                                                                          Orissa..The industrial park, expected to be operational by end-2014, will
                                                                          provide basic infrastructure including land, water and electricity for
Metals
                                                                          entrepreneurs to set up their units. JSPL expects that total investment
Aluminium (US $ /MT)               2073            (2.82)   (15.75)
Copper (US $ /MT)                  7518            (2.48)   (22.10)       from prospective investors in the proposed park to cross Rs 5000 cr.
Lead (US $ /MT)                    1990            (0.72)   (22.37)
                                                                      l   Mahindra & Mahindra and Griffon Corp's subsidiary Telephonics
Nickel (US $ /MT)                 18184            0.03     (26.40)
Tin (US $ /MT)                    21327            (1.66)   (20.78)
                                                                          Corp inked a MOU to form a joint venture, to provide the Indian Ministry
Zinc (US $ /MT)                    1917            (1.77)   (21.58)       of Defense and the Indian civil sector with radar and surveillance systems,
Steel Billetes (US $/MT)           520             (0.95)   (5.11)        Identification Friend devices and communication systems.The JV further
Steel HRC (US $/s.ton)             613             0.00     (3.54)        plans to provide systems for air traffic management services, homeland
Iron Ore (US $ /MT)                140             (0.75)   (17.16)
                                                                          security and other emerging surveillance requirements.

                                                                      l Suzlon plans to set up offshore wind energy projects in the UK, and plans
Soda Ash (75Kg)                    1000              -       2.56
Rubber (Rs/Kg)                     191             1.49     (7.19)        to build a manufacturing facility on the coast to facilitate this.
Sugar (Rs/Qtl)                     3040            0.20      0.00
Tea (BP1) (US $/Kg)                3.07              -      (17.91)
Urea (US $/MT)                     520               -      35.06
DAP (US $/MT)                      635               -       7.63
Newsprint (US/MT)                  665               -      (0.71)




Source: Bloomberg,Reuters;* - As on 8.30 am IST,
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      NIFTY KEY STATS
                                                                 NIFTY OUTLOOK                                                      4919
                                                                                                                                    4934
                                                              Nifty opened on a flat note and remained lackluster within restricted range of 30 points
                                                              (5030-5000) for most part of the day, however last hour selling pressure dragged index
     NIFTY TREND
                                                              117 points lower from day's high. Finally index closed near the low at 4934 with 95
     13EMA                                             5128   points loss.
     55EMA                                             5129
                                                              Nifty extended its losses for the seventh consecutive session to close below the 5000
     200EMA                                            5320   psychological mark. Daily price action has formed a strong bear candle with lower high-
                                                              low formation and closed below previous session's low representing bearish
                                                              sentiments.With past three week's downfall of 480 points, Nifty erased most the gains
                                                              of the recent rally and is placed marginally up above 4900 levels.With previous session's
                                                                                                                         SENSEX
                                                              low, Nifty is approaching towards the Up-Gap area (4827-4861) formed on 7th Oct.This
                                                              gap area would remain as immediate support for the index. In the coming session, index
                                                              is likely to trade with negative bias to test lower range of 4900-4860 levels where an
                                                              intraday pullback rally cannot be ruled out. On the upside 4990 -5000 levels would act
                                                              as resistance.
                                                              The daily strength indicator RSI is still slanting downside below its reference line
                                                              suggesting bearish sentiments. The daily momentum oscillator – Stochastic is also
                                                              placed below its reference line in the oversold zone supporting downward bias.
                                                              The trend deciding level for the day is 4965, If NIFTY trades above this level then we
                                                              may witness a further rally up to 5010-5080-5125 levels. However, if NIFTY trades
                                                              below 4965 levels then we may see some profit booking to initiate in market, it may
        BULLISH              - Clear uptrend seen.            correct up to 4890-4845-4775 levels.
        MODERATELY BULLISH   - Some Strenth seen.
                                                              Stocks to focus for intraday Long: GMDC, Uniphos, Bharat forge, Relinfra
        NEUTRAL              - No Clear trend Seen.
        BEARISH              - Clear Downtrend seen.          Stocks to focus for intraday Short: Ranbaxy Lab., CanBank, Sesa Goa,Tata Motors,
        MODERATELY BEARISH   - Some Weakness seen.
                                                              Union Bank




Source: ENAM Direct
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                                                           CRUCIAL LEVELS - NIFTY 50
  Sc r ip             L as tR at e   S upport2      S upport1       Pi v o t    R e si st an c e 1   R esi st an c e 2   H ig h R a t e   L o w R at e
 S & P C NX N IF T     4,93 4.7 5     5,0 81 .0 2    SENSEX 3.6 7
                                                     5,0 07 .8 8 4,96                 4 ,8 90 .53         4 ,8 46 .32      5,0 36 .80      4 ,91 9.4 5
 ACC                   1,15 8.5 5     1,2 09 .3 8    1,1 83 .9 7 1,16 7.5 8           1 ,1 42 .17         1 ,1 25 .78      1,1 93 .00      1 ,15 1.2 0
 A M BU JA C E M         15 3.6 0       1 59 .9 0      1 56 .7 5     15 4.9 0           1 51 .75             1 49 .90        1 58 .05        15 3.0 5
 A X IS B AN K           98 5.5 5     1,0 20 .4 8    1,0 03 .0 2     99 2.0 3           9 74 .57             9 63 .58      1,0 09 .50        98 1.0 5
 B A JAJ -A UT O       1,71 8.2 0     1,7 48 .4 0    1,7 33 .3 0   1,72 2.7 0         1 ,7 07 .60         1 ,6 97 .00      1,7 37 .80      1 ,71 2.1 0
 B H AR T IAR T L        39 5.6 5       4 15 .1 2      4 05 .3 8     39 9.0 7            3 89 .33            3 83 .02        4 08 .80         39 2.7 5
 B H EL                  28 4.8 5       3 11 .8 2      2 98 .3 3     28 9.7 7           2 76 .28             2 67 .72         3 03 .25       28 1.2 0
 B PC L                  50 8.5 0       5 25 .8 0      5 17 .1 5     50 9.1 5           5 00 .50             4 92 .50         5 17 .80       50 1.1 5
 C A IRN                 30 7.8 0       3 20 .3 3      3 14 .0 7     30 9.2 3           3 02 .97             2 98 .13         3 15 .50       30 4.4 0
 C IP L A                31 0.8 0       3 24 .8 7      3 17 .8 3     31 3.6 7           3 06 .63             3 02 .47         3 20 .70       30 9.5 0
 C O A LIN D IA          30 4.9 5       3 16 .4 8      3 10 .7 2     30 5.4 8           2 99 .72             2 94 .48         3 11 .25       30 0.2 5
 D LF                    20 3.5 0       2 20 .7 7      2 12 .1 3     20 7.1 7           1 98 .53             1 93 .57         2 15 .80       20 2.2 0
 D R RE D DY           1,55 1.7 0     1,6 47 .0 3    1,5 99 .3 7   1,57 0.2 3         1 ,5 22 .57         1 ,4 93 .43      1,6 17 .90      1 ,54 1.1 0
 G AIL                   38 6.5 5       4 01 .5 2      3 94 .0 3     38 8.5 7            3 81 .08            3 75 .62        3 96 .05         38 3.1 0
 G RA S IM             2,33 4.2 0     2,4 73 .8 7    2,4 04 .0 3   2,35 5.0 7         2 ,2 85 .23         2 ,2 36 .27      2,4 24 .90      2 ,30 6.1 0
 H C LT E C H            40 8.6 0       4 18 .5 7      4 13 .5 8     40 8.0 7            4 03 .08            3 97 .57        4 13 .05         40 2.5 5
 H D FC                  63 5.0 5       6 59 .8 2      6 47 .4 3     63 9.4 2           6 27 .03             6 19 .02         6 51 .80       63 1.4 0
 H D FC BA NK            45 9.3 5       4 75 .3 8      4 67 .3 7     46 1.9 8            4 53 .97            4 48 .58        4 70 .00         45 6.6 0
 H ER OM OTOC O        2,11 8.7 5     2,1 93 .7 8    2,1 56 .2 7   2,11 5.9 8         2 ,0 78 .47         2 ,0 38 .18      2,1 53 .50      2 ,07 5.7 0
 H IN DA LC O            12 2.8 5       1 30 .2 5      1 26 .5 5     12 3.8 0           1 20 .10             1 17 .35         1 27 .50       12 1.0 5
 H IN DU N ILV R         39 0.7 0       3 97 .1 0      3 93 .9 0     39 1.5 0           3 88 .30             3 85 .90         3 94 .70       38 9.1 0
 I CIC IB AN K           77 8.2 0       8 08 .4 0      7 93 .3 0     78 3.7 5           7 68 .65             7 59 .10         7 98 .85       77 4.2 0
 I DF C                  10 8.7 5       1 15 .4 2      1 12 .0 8     11 0.0 7           1 06 .73             1 04 .72         1 13 .40       10 8.0 5
 I NF Y                2,75 3.5 0     2,8 14 .5 7    2,7 84 .0 3   2,75 8.4 7         2 ,7 27 .93         2 ,7 02 .37      2,7 89 .00      2 ,73 2.9 0
 ITC                     20 7.7 5       2 14 .8 5      2 11 .3 0     20 8.7 0            2 05 .15            2 02 .55        2 12 .25         20 6.1 0
 J IN DA LS T E L        54 1.1 5       5 62 .0 5      5 51 .6 0     54 4.8 0           5 34 .35             5 27 .55         5 55 .25       53 8.0 0
 J P AS S O CIA T         6 2.6 5         70 .0 2        66 .3 3      6 4.2 2             60 .53               58 .42           67 .90        6 2.1 0
 K O T AK B A NK         47 7.8 5       5 03 .0 2      4 90 .4 3     48 0.7 7            4 68 .18            4 58 .52        4 93 .35         47 1.1 0
 LT                    1,23 2.7 5     1,2 70 .4 2    1,2 51 .5 8   1,23 5.9 7         1 ,2 17 .13         1 ,2 01 .52      1,2 54 .80      1 ,22 0.3 5
 M&M                     75 8.4 5       7 88 .0 2      7 73 .2 3     76 3.9 2           7 49 .13             7 39 .82         7 78 .70       75 4.6 0
 M A RU T I              94 7.1 5     1,0 20 .3 2      9 83 .7 3     96 2.3 7           9 25 .78             9 04 .42         9 98 .95       94 1.0 0
 N TPC                   16 5.0 0       1 73 .0 3      1 69 .0 2     16 6.5 8           1 62 .57             1 60 .13         1 70 .60       16 4.1 5
 O NG C                  25 7.3 0       2 68 .7 7      2 63 .0 3     25 9.1 7           2 53 .43             2 49 .57         2 64 .90       25 5.3 0
 PN B                    87 2.6 5       9 15 .3 5      8 94 .0 0     87 3.1 0           8 51 .75             8 30 .85         8 94 .45       85 2.2 0
 P O W E R G RID         10 3.1 5       1 06 .3 2      1 04 .7 3     10 3.7 7           1 02 .18             1 01 .22         1 05 .35       10 2.8 0
 R A NB AX Y             45 3.2 5       4 86 .0 5      4 69 .6 5     45 9.3 0           4 42 .90             4 32 .55         4 75 .70       44 8.9 5
 RC OM                    7 5.2 0         81 .0 7        78 .1 3      7 6.3 2             73 .38               71 .57           79 .25        7 4.5 0
 R E LI AN CE            80 9.9 5       8 64 .0 2      8 36 .9 8     82 1.6 2           7 94 .58             7 79 .22         8 48 .65       80 6.2 5
 R E LI NF RA            41 6.9 5       4 35 .2 5      4 26 .1 0     41 7.6 0           4 08 .45             3 99 .95         4 26 .75       40 9.1 0
 R POW ER                  9 0.5 5        97 .9 5        94 .2 5      9 1.7 0             88 .00               85 .45           95 .40         8 9.1 5
 S A IL Statistic:         9 0.4 5        95 .6 2        93 .0 3      9 1.0 7             88 .48               86 .52           93 .65         8 9.1 0
 S B IN                1,75 7.4 5     1,8 19 .8 8    1,7 88 .6 7   1,76 7.5 8         1 ,7 36 .37         1 ,7 15 .28      1,7 98 .80      1 ,74 6.5 0
 S E S AG O A            19 2.4 5       2 06 .4 8      1 99 .4 7     19 4.7 8            1 87 .77            1 83 .08        2 01 .80         19 0.1 0
 S I E M E NS            72 1.7 0       7 61 .2 3      7 41 .4 7     72 8.2 3           7 08 .47             6 95 .23         7 48 .00       71 5.0 0
 STE R                   10 8.5 5       1 16 .7 2      1 12 .6 3     10 9.8 7           1 05 .78             1 03 .02         1 13 .95       10 7.1 0
 S U N P HA RM A         49 2.4 5       5 07 .9 8      5 00 .2 2     49 3.2 3           4 85 .47             4 78 .48         5 01 .00       48 6.2 5
 T A T A M O T O RS      17 5.1 5       1 86 .5 2      1 80 .8 3     17 7.3 2           1 71 .63             1 68 .12         1 83 .00       17 3.8 0
 TA TA POW ER             9 5.0 5         99 .8 8        97 .4 7      9 6.0 3             93 .62               92 .18           98 .45        9 4.6 0
 TA TA STEEL             40 0.1 0       4 22 .0 3      4 11 .0 7     40 4.5 3            3 93 .57            3 87 .03        4 15 .50         39 8.0 0
 TC S                  1,11 5.1 5     1,1 31 .3 2    1,1 23 .2 3   1,11 5.4 2         1 ,1 07 .33         1 ,0 99 .52      1,1 23 .50      1 ,10 7.6 0
 W IP RO                 36 7.6 5       3 84 .6 2      3 76 .1 3     36 9.6 2           3 61 .13             3 54 .62         3 78 .10       36 3.1 0



Source: ENAM Direct
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   NIFTY OUTLOOK                                                            4919
     CALL TRACKER
Issue Da te       Buy / Sell Stock                 Call Type     Reco P rice   Stop Loss   Ta rget 1 LTP (Close Rate) Diff %   Status Remarks
   08-11-2011         Buy    Hindalco               Intraday       141.00       139.50      146.00       139.50       -1.0 6   Closed   Stop Loss Trigg
   08-11-2011         Buy    Titan                  Intraday       218.00       216.00      222.00       220.75       1.26     Closed   Book profit
   08-11-2011         Buy    Nifty                  Intraday      5,278.50     5,265.00    5,315.00     5,313.0 0     0.65     Closed   Book profit
   08-11-2011         Buy    HeroMotoco             Intraday      2,129.00     2,113.00    2,162.00     2,122.8 0     -0.2 9   Closed   Closed @ 2122 .80
   08-11-2011         Buy    Glenmark                BTST          319.25       316.00      332.00       320.00       0.23     Closed   Closed @ 320
                                                                SENSEX
   09-11-2011         Buy    Hind Unilever          Intraday       383.00       380.00      390.00       389.10       1.59     Closed   Book profit
   09-11-2011         Buy    Sintex                 Intraday       121.20       119.50      125.00       121.20       0.00     Closed   Closed @ 121.2
   09-11-2011         Buy    INFY                   Intraday    SENSEX
                                                                  2,851.00     2,832.00    2,892.00     2,832.0 0     -0.6 7   Closed   Stop Loss Trigg
   09-11-2011         Buy    Coal Ind               Intraday       328.50       326.00      335.00       328.00       -0.1 5   Closed   Closed @ 328
   09-11-2011         Sell   Can Bk                 Intraday       483.50       488.00      476.00       478.00       1.14     Closed   Book profit
   09-11-2011         Sell   Bombay Dyeing          Intraday       409.50       413.00      400.00       406.10       0.83     Closed   Book profit
   09-11-2011         Sell   ICICI Bk (Future)     Positional      871.50       885.00      842.00       855.00       1.89     Closed   Book profit
   11-11-2011         Buy    Nifty                  Intraday      5,192.50     5,175.00    5,235.00     5,175.0 0     -0.3 4   Closed   Stop Loss Trigg
   11-11-2011         Sell   LT                     Intraday      1,360.50     1,370.00    1,328.00     1,334.0 0     1.95     Closed   Book profit
   11-11-2011         Sell   Chambal Fert (Future) Positional      91.00         92.50      86.00         92.50       -1.6 5   Closed   Stop Loss Trigg
   11-11-2011         Sell   Educomp (Future)      Positional      266.00       272.00      251.00       255.00       4.14     Closed   Book profit
   11-11-2011         Sell   HDFC                   Intraday       676.00       680.00      665.00       666.50       1.41     Closed   Book profit
   11-11-2011         Sell   Can Bk                 Intraday       475.50       480.00      466.00       470.50       1.05     Closed   Book profit
   11-11-2011         Sell   Bharti Airtel          Intraday       393.50       396.00      387.00       395.00       -0.3 8   Closed   Closed @ 395
   11-11-2011         Buy    Jain Irrigation         BTST          116.50       115.00      121.00       116.60       0.09     Open     Technical Call
   11-11-2011         Buy    IBREALEST             Positional      71.75         69.00      78.00         72.00       0.35     Open     Technical Call
   11-11-2011         Buy    Rcom                    BTST          83.50         82.50      86.50         83.55       0.06     Open     Technical Call




Source: ENAM Direct
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   NIFTY OUTLOOK                             4919
    CALL TRACKER & STRIKE RATE FOR THE WEEK ENDED 11th November 2011
Ca tegory               Month          S tatus       Aggregate Returns %   Strike Ra te   No.of Calls
Technical                July          Closed                39.9              50%           174
                        August         Closed                88.1              49%           258
                      September        Closed                81.2              49%           231
                       October         Closed                62.2              49%           130
                      November         Closed                12.7              48%            59
                                       O pen                 0.5               57%             3
Technical Total                                             284.6              49%           855

                                      SENSEX
                                      SENSEX
    MONTHLY CALL TRACKER & STRIKE RATE
Category                    Month           Status            Diff %        Strike Rate   No.of Calls
Technical                  November         Closed             11.6             62%           19
                                            Open                0.5             71%            3
Technical Total                                                12.1             63%           22




Source: ENAM Direct
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 In ve stm en t P ick s
                                                               T a rg et P ri ce /
 C omp a ny                       T a rg et P ri ce   CM P
                                                                 C M P (% )
 A str al P oly                        2 44           1 72          4 2%
 Ba lkris hna Indus tries               223            176          27%
 B ank o f Bar od a                    9 15           7 42          2 3%
 Bha rti Airte l                        485            396          23%
 B HE L                                4 27           2 85          5 0%
 Biocon                                 413            318          30%
 C ad ila Healt hc are                11 24           7 17          5 7%
 Ce ntury T extile                      401            282          42%
 C oa l I nd ia                        4 19           3 05          3 7%
 Conta ine r Corp                     12 37            956          29%
 C or om and el Int l                  4 00           3 13          2 8%
 Divi' s Lab                            971            715          36%
 D r R edd ys Lab                     17 89           1 55 0        1 5%
 E ID P arry                            330            206          60%
 El gi Eq uip men ts                    91             70           3 0%
 E ngine ers India                      304            219          39%
 G lenm ark Phar ma                    3 91           3 19          2 2%
 G odrej Consum er                      485            392          24%
 G rasim In ds                        28 33           2 33 3        2 1%
 G rindw ell Norton                     299            248          21%
 H in du stan Zin c                    1 47           1 09          3 5%
 ICICI Ban k                          11 00            777          42%
 J ain Ir rig atio n                   1 72           1 16          4 9%
 Ja iprak a sh Pow e r V en             49             35           41%
 J P Assoc iates                        86             63           3 7%
 Jubila nt Li fe                        250            207          21%
 K PIT C u mmin s                      1 95           1 62          2 0%
 Lupin                                  540            447          21%
 M o nn et Ispat                       6 03           3 87          5 6%
 O NGC                                  325            257          26%
 O rien t Paper                         87             56           5 6%
 O rien tal Ban k                      3 70           2 75          3 4%
 P ers iste nt S yste ms                379            312          22%
 Pi ramal Gl ass                       1 63           1 08          5 1%
 P NB                                 11 75            874          34%
 Po w er Fin an ce                     2 00           1 63          2 2%
 P res tige E sta tes                   126            86           46%
 R edi ng to n                         1 28            87           4 7%
 Re lian ce Inds                      11 05            811          36%
 SB I                                 23 45           1 75 8        3 3%
 T ata P ow e r                         120            95           26%
 Tec pr o Syst ems                     3 04           1 94          5 6%
 T ube Invst                            193            128          51%
 U ni on B ank                         2 51           2 08          2 1%
 V a Te ch W a bag                      505            339          49%




Source: ENAM Direct
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BSE Movers and Shakers
Top Gainers                    Latest       % 1D                % YTD     Top Los ers                    Latest            % 1D       % YT D

Nestle Ind ia                  4 420         1.17               17.82     Reliance Inds                  849               (4.51)     (23.40)
Pantaloon Ret                  183           8.13               (50.21)   ITC                            212               (2.38)      19.80
Hero Moto                      2 105         0.71                6.72     HDFC                           646               (1.73)     (12.79)
Patni Comp                     389          10.28               (10.08)   ICICI Bank                     789               (1.51)     (32.10)
Rei Agro                        20           7.96               (20.22)   HDFC Bank                      466               (1.52)      (2.23)




In sig ht fro m trad ing volu mes
                                        % Ch g in Q ty Traded                        Q ty Traded
Scri p                                                                                                    Deli very %               C MP*
                                          (O verAv g 30 days)                          (‘0 00s)
Pantaloon Retail                                     630                                7596                      10                 183
Alstom Proj                                          535                                 451                      31                 450
Sintex Inds                                          497                               19196                      28                 88
Suzlon                                               463                               92106                      55                 26
MPhasis                                              367                                1326                      31                 299
Adani Enter                                          209                                2362                      42                 351
Educomp                                              135                                5631                      10                 188


In sig ht fro m deliv ery
                                                                                    To tal Vo lum e      30 days avg
Scri p                                        Delivery %                                                                            C MP*
                                                                                         “0 00           Deli very %
Neyveli Lignite                                      69                                   107                 40                     75
Unitech                                              48                                35515                      22                 73
Colgate-Palm.                                        71                                  123                      46                1010
Punjab Natl.Bank                                     57                                  420                      33                 874
NMDC                                                 73                                  209                      51                 202

*CMP- Closin g M arket Price




Insight from bulk deals
                                                                                                                       % of Share
Entity’s Name                                Scrip                        Deal Type         Qty Trans “000                             CMP*
                                                                                                                        Capital
Acacia Institutional
Partners L.P.                            Sayaji Hotels                          S                  521                    2.97            148
Kotak Mahindra
(International)                           APL Apollo                            B                  225                    1.11            140
Garnet International
Limited                                 Pankaj Polymers                         B                  200                    3.61             12




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