6 April 2017


A smart recovery has been there in market after the central bank maintained a status quo on repo rate; real estate stocks gained on the back of its decision to allow banks to invest in REITs. Market ended the day on a lower note, but not before staging a recovery from the day’s low post the RBI’s policy announcement. The Street had factored in the central bank’s decision. A rally in real estate stocks could have helped in the recovery. The Reserve Bank left its benchmark lending rate unchanged at 6.25% on Thursday for the third policy review in a row citing upside risk to inflation. It however increased the reverse repo rate at which it pays to lenders by 0.25% to 6%, narrowing the policy rate corridor. Given the upside risks to inflation and excess liquidity in the system, the repo rate have been retained at 6.25%  but the reverse repo has been revised upwards. The Sensex was down 46 points at 29927, while the Nifty was down 13 points at 9251.
If the uptrend persists, short-term targets will be in the 9275 zone. Obviously every trend following system would recommend staying long. In technical terms, all trends (short/ medium-term and long-term) seem strongly bullish despite the probability of a further short-term correction on profit-booking.
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Resistance: 9275, 9300, 9330
Support: 9175, 9150, 9125

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