Performing Sector: IT And Pharma

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Performing Sector: IT And Pharma

Market Action – This Week (17-August-20 to 21-August-20)

As per the previous one-month performance, sectors like IT has shown a growth of 28.33%, with top-performing stocks like MPhasis, Hexaware, HCL Tech, Infosys (NS:), etc. Pharma has shown an increment by 21.88%, with stocks like Divis Lab, Alkem Laboratories, IPCA, Abbot India, etc. Among the Minor sectors like Packaging, Defence and Construction, Supplies & Fixtures have shown a growth of 32.23%, 29.38% and 21.70% respectively.

In the current week, opened at 11248 today. It went up to 11458 and closed at 11371 yesterday. Indian Cash Market Index, Nifty Small Cap opened at 5432 this week, made a weekly high of 5686 and closed at 5659. The major players of the market, FII & PRO together hold a net position of (-) 31419 contracts in Index Option as on 21st August 2020. Nifty and Trend indicate “Buy-Bias” but can switch to “Sell Bias” or “Buy” swiftly.

On the Global front, in the current week the US Index, opened at 3386, went up to 3400 and closed near its high at 3397. Hong Kong Benchmark Index, opened at 25007, made a weekly high of 25605 and closed at 25113. The Japan Benchmark Index, Nikkei opened at 23022 and closed at 22920.

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Sector Performance as on 21st AugustSector Performance as on 21st August

Small Cap Gainers as on 21st AugustSmallcap Gainers as on 21st August

Small Cap Losers as on 21st AugustSmall Cap losers as on 21st August

Large Cap Gainers & Losers as on 21st AugustLarge Cap Gainers & Losers as on 21st August

Mid Cap Gainers & Losers as on 21st AugustMid Cap Gainers & Losers as on 21st August

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