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Today’s latest market updates include GPTInfra's ₹547 crore RVNL order, Tata Motors Finance merger with Tata Capital, Wipro and Zscaler launch AI platform, Tata Motors introducing TML Commercial Vehicles, PNB to sell 10% stake in Canara HSBC Life Insurance, plus other global market news.

Latest Market News

  1. GPTInfra secures a ₹547 crore order from RVNL.
  2. Tata Motors Finance will merge with Tata Capital.
  3. Wipro and Zscaler launch AI-powered platform Wipro Cyber X-Ray.
  4. Tata Motors will set up a subsidiary named TML Commercial Vehicles.
  5. PNB plans to list Canara HSBC Life Insurance on NSE/BSE by selling a 10% stake.
  6. FIIs sold ₹12,436.22 crore and DIIs sold ₹3,318.98 crore in equities yesterday.

In-Depth Market Insights: Global Outlook, Derivatives & More

US Share Market News

1. Performance Overview:

  • On Tuesday, the Dow closed higher as job openings fell to a three-year low, signalling weaker economic growth but raising hopes for a Federal Reserve rate cut this year.

2. Economic Indicators:

  • April's job openings fell to a three-year low of 8.1 million, surprising economists who expected 8.37 million. This suggests the labour market is cooling, which could lead to the Fed easing rates.
  • The latest job openings update comes ahead of Friday's nonfarm payrolls report and next week's Fed meeting.
  • The likelihood of a September rate cut has increased to 55% from 44.9%, according to's Fed Rate Monitor tool.

3. Sector-Specific Movements:

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 140 points (0.36%) to 38,711.29, the S&P 500 increased by 0.1% to 5,291.34, and the NASDAQ Composite gained 0.2% to settle at 16,857.05.

Other Asset Classes

1. Treasury Yields:

  • On Tuesday, the US Treasury yields slipped as investors evaluated the latest economic data. The yield on the 10-year Treasury fell by 6 basis points to 4.334%.

2. Currency:

  • The US dollar edged higher, recovering from its over two-month lows against the euro and sterling. The dollar index rose 0.1% to 104.12 after hitting a low of 103.99, its weakest since mid-April.

2. Commodities:

  • US crude oil dropped over 1%, extending its recent losing streak and erasing most of its gains for the year. OPEC+ announced plans to increase production starting in October. WTI for July fell 1.31% to $73.25 a barrel, while Brent for August fell 1.07% to $77.52.
  • Gold dropped over 1% as the dollar steadied ahead of May’s US jobs report, which could influence the Fed’s interest rate strategy. Spot gold fell 0.9% to $2,329.10 per ounce.

Asian Markets

1. General Trends:

  • Asia-Pacific markets were mixed as investors assessed India's election results.
  • First-quarter GDP figures from Australia are soon expected.

2. Specific Index Performance:

  • Japan’s Nikkei 225 dropped 1.14%, while the broader Topix lost 1.4%.
  • South Korea’s Kospi rose 0.63%, and the smaller-cap Kosdaq increased by 0.21%.

India Market Outlook

1. GIFT Nifty Projection:

  • Gift Nifty indicates a positive opening. However, we expect continued volatility as the Nifty spot is likely to consolidate and trade within the 22,200-21,700 range.

2. Nifty Short-Term Outlook:

  • On June 4, benchmark indices plummeted over 5%, the largest drop in more than four years, due to election vote counts suggesting the ruling BJP might need alliance partners to retain power.
  • Nifty opened negatively, hitting a mid-session low of 21281, but recovered to close at 21950, down 5.5%. Bank Nifty and broader markets performed worse, with Bank Nifty down 7.5%, and Nifty midcap and small-cap indices down 7.5% and 8.1%, respectively.
  • A sizable bear candle indicated strong selling pressure, breaching the lower band of the channel since January 2024.
  • Immediate support is seen around 21200, with potential further declines to 20500-20800 if this level breaks, while a rise above 22500 is needed to halt the current downtrend.

3. Intraday Levels:

  • Nifty: Intraday resistance is situated at 22070, followed by 22200 levels. Conversely, downside support is located at 21820, followed by 21700.
  • Bank Nifty: Intraday resistance is positioned at 47390, followed by 47700, while downside support is found at 46750, followed by 46430.
  • Fin Nifty: Intraday resistance is positioned at 21030, followed by 21150, while downside support is found at 20730, followed by 20610.

Derivative Market Analysis

1. Nifty:

  • The highest call OI addition is at the 22,500 level, with immediate resistance at 22,000, while the major put OI addition at 21,500 acts as immediate support, indicating a straddle formation and a key decision point for the day.
  • The Nifty's immediate range is between 21,500 and 22,500, with the put-call ratio at 0.73 after a 0.31 decrease.
  • Nifty saw a 6.4% price drop and a 3.4% OI increase, indicating a short buildup.

2. Bank Nifty:

  • The Bank Nifty shows significant put option interest at the 47,000 level, suggesting a potential further downside to 46,000.
  • Major call option interest is at 48,000, with immediate call interest at 47,000, indicating that surpassing 47,000 could trigger short covering.
  • The combined call put OI at 47,000 points to a straddle formation, making it a crucial level for the weekly expiry.
  • The put-call ratio has decreased to 0.46, and an 8.2% decline in Bank Nifty with an 11.7% rise in open interest indicates a short buildup.

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