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The Indian stock market is flat with negative bias.
The Sensex is down 8.46 points at 24665.38 and the Nifty is at 7555.20. About 1184 shares have advanced, 840 shares declined, and 92 shares are unchanged. Bharti Airtel, Adani Ports, BHEL, Hindalco and NTPC are top gainers while Lupin, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s, M&M and ITC are losers in the Sensex.
Gold prices rose 0.53 percent to Rs 29,284 per 10 grams in futures
trade today as speculators raised their bets, taking positive cues from global markets. Market analysts said rise in gold prices at futures trade was largely in step with a firm trend overseas as global economic-growth concerns boosted the metal’s appeal as a haven asset. Globally, gold climbed as much as 1.07 percent to USD 1,251.70 an ounce in Singapore today.
Stay invested in ONGC if looking at medium or long term.
Fresh buying can be considered at sharp declines. Buy Bata India for near to medium term gains. Hold with a stop loss around Rs 510. India’s Bharti Airtel gains as much as 3.7%. Bharti announced on Friday it would buy Aircel’s mobile spectrum in eight service areas for $526 million. Analyst’s positive on the deal, say consolidation tends to benefit market leader Bharti Airtel the most.
The cigarette and tobacco industry is reeling under
an estimated loss in production turnover of over Rs 3500 crore as of now, as per The Tobacco Institute of India, t is also understood that the Maharashtra FDA has now seized cigarettes worth over Rs 300 crore and companies have been asked to submit an undertaking that they will follow the changed regulations, say sources.

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