Wednesday 14 September 2016

Intraday trading strategy for easy live trade in the gold prices down in demand, weakness in silver.

Sensex down 29 points and the Nifty down 10 point, banking, IT buying

Weak cues from the global markets, the Indian stock future market is trading in the range. As per the technical analysis software Sensex down 29 points to 28,325 and the Nifty technical chart down 10 points to 8706 continue. Asian markets have continued to down position. PSU Bank NSE is seeing and shopping in the realty sector. Realty index 0.39 percent, 1.48 percent, PSU Bank Index, pharma and IT index 0.39 per cent to 0.06 per cent of the index is traded. Media Index fell 0.43 percent and the metal index was trading 0.74 percent. Nifty 28 stocks out of 50 buyers are getting. Bank of Baroda 2.07 per cent, 1.75 per cent, Yes Bank, NTPC 1.57 per cent, 1.42 per cent to trade the Asian Pents. The losers Coal India 2.13 per cent, Tata Steel 1.96 per cent, HDFC 1.39 per cent, 1.23 per cent are Zee Entertainment.

8 Paisa with rupee weakness 66.99 / $ at the open

In Currency market Wednesday's intraday trading session with a rupee weakness 8 paisa at 66.99 is open. While Monday's session, the Indian rupee against the US dollar in 25 paisa to close at 66.91 with weakness had happened.

The gold prices down in demand, weakness in silver.

The drop in demand in the domestic commodity market gold price pressure is being seeing. 31050 gold live charts down by Rs 125 per ten gram on Tuesday arrived at. On Monday, two days after the fall of gold was a slight recovery. Although global markets have seen a rise in gold prices. Singapore market, gold rose 0.14 per cent, to 1329.3 dollars per ounce level is reached. The decline in gold prices in the international market after the reform has seen. However traders are assuming that the Federal Reserve's decision to stand clear of the gold investors. Silver live chart also declined with gold is today. Rs 100 to Rs 45200 per kg of silver today are level. The down in silver industry is likely to see a slowdown in demand.

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