Mid-Stock Market News: IT, Oil & Gas Witness Buying (10-11-2023)
by mydhanush on 10 November 2023, 3 min read
Nifty Media and Nifty IT were under pressure shedding 1 percent and 0.5 percent respectively. However, buying was seen in metal and oil & gas names.
The Indian stock market continued trading on a flat to negative note intraday on November 10 following weak Asian cues. Asian stocks fell to their lowest in a week on Friday, while the dollar was firm as elevated Treasury yields weighed on sentiment after hawkish comments from US Fed Chair Jerome Powell extinguished expectations of a peak in interest rates.
At 12:10 PM, the Sensex was down 50 points and was trading at 64781 mark while the Nifty shed 11 points at 19382 mark.
Nifty50 chart, source: NSE
US Federal Reserve officials including Powell said on Thursday they are still not sure interest rates are high enough to finish the battle with inflation, according to a Reuters report.
The Fed is “committed to … monetary policy that is sufficiently restrictive to bring inflation down to 2% over time,” Powell said at an International Monetary Fund event. “We are not confident that we have achieved such a stance.”
Among the sectors, Nifty Media and Nifty IT were under pressure shedding 1 percent and 0.5 percent respectively. The top losers from the media space included Zee Entertainment which was down over 3 percent followed by DIsh TV, Sun TV Network, TV18 Broadcast and Hathway Cable.
Among the IT names, HCL Tech slipped over a percent followed by Persistent Systems, Infosys, Wipro, TCS and Coforge among others.
However, buying was seen in metal and oil & gas names including Vedanta, NMDC, Jindal Steel & Power, NALCO, SAIL and JSW Steel while from the oil & gas space, buying was seen in JSPL, Petronet LNG, Mahanagar Gas, GAIL India, ONGC and Oil India Limited.
In a weak market condition, around 1289 stocks advanced and 1058 stocks declined while 109 stocks remained unchanged.
Top Nifty 50 Gainers Top Nifty 50 Losers
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