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Colossal rally despite a truncated week, 9000 reclaimed convincingly
Sensex (31160) / Nifty (9112)
Source: Trading View
Future outlook
After an extended weekend, our markets kick started the new trading week on Tuesday with a decent bump up of more than 300 points.
This was mainly on the back of a strong relief move seen in US markets as the death toll with respect to coronavirus reduced a bit and
thereby gave early signs of subsiding this pandemic. Although, the close was muted on Wednesday, markets compensated well by yet
another gap up opening on the subsequent day. In fact, the buying momentum accelerated in the latter half to conclude the week well
above the 9000 mark.
Looking at the colossal rally of more than 12% on a weekly basis, who would believe that it was a truncated week and in merely 3 trading
sessions, the Nifty is convincingly beyond 9000. As far as the coronavirus pandemic is concerned, in reality, we are still not out of the
woods yet. But market mostly moves on hope or anticipation, this is clearly one of those instances. Practically, the major impact of this
epidemic has already been discounted by markets across the globe in last few weeks and there was just a small ray of hope needed to
rebound sharply from extreme oversold or under owned situations. With this, previous Friday’s decline becomes a bear trap as we are
significantly off lows now before anyone could realise.
Technically speaking, the Nifty has now managed to surpass the ‘20-day EMA’ for the first time since 24th February. Since there was a
complete broad based participation in this move, it can be considered as a robust one. Looking at the way charts are shaped up, we will not
be surprised to see this rally getting extended towards 9500-9700 over the next few days. However, one must not forget that the recent
crisis is related to ‘Health’ and hence, it would be important to see further developments with respect to coronavirus over the weekend. If
no aberration seen then the above mentioned levels are very much on cards. On the flipside, 8900 followed by 8650 would be seen as key
supports. Traders are advised to keep following stock centric approach and should keep booking timely profits on a regular basis.
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India VIX corrects to end below 50
Nifty spot closed at 9111.90 this week, against a close of 8083.80 last week. The Put-Call Ratio has increased from 1.18 to 1.53. The
annualized Cost of Carry is negative at 4.80%. The Open Interest of Nifty Futures has increased by 12.39%.
Derivatives View
Nifty current month future closed with a discount of 25.20 points against a premium of 0.70 points to its spot. Next month future is
trading with a discount of 10.80 points.
As far as Nifty options activities for the week are concerned, we witnessed unwinding in call options as the market rallied whereas
8800-8500 put options witnessed open interest addition. Maximum open interest for the monthly series now stands at 10000 call
option and 8000 put option.
During the week, the Nifty index rallied by over 12 percent with rise in open interest by 8 percent whereas Bank Nifty rallied by 15
percent with rise in open interest by 15.74 percent. FII’s covered some of their short positions and formed fresh long positions in the
index futures segment. Their ‘Long Short Ratio’ which was 28 percent on last Friday has now moved to 44 percent. We witnessed
open interest addition in put options as the market rallied and India VIX corrected during the week to end below the 50 mark. The
above data clearly indicates short covering along with fresh long formation was seen during this week. In the coming week, we could
see continuation of this momentum upto 9400-9500. The immediate support for Nifty is placed around 8800 followed by 8500.
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