Kal Ki Baat Aaj, Important Levels and Technical Analysis of Nifty BankNifty For 30th Nov Episode No. 263

Kal Ki Baat Aaj, Important Levels and Technical Analysis of Nifty BankNifty For 30th Nov Episode No. 263

Stock Market Highlights

On Monday, the BSE and National Stock Exchange (NSE) benchmark equity indices ended in green with gains.

Top Gainer of the day on the NSE were HCL Technologies, HDFC Life, Siemens, Godrej Consumer among this Kotak Mahindra Bank was the top gainer of the day with 2.82% gain.

Top loser of the day on the NSE were Bandhan Bank, Cadila Healthcare, Piramal Enterprises, Aurobindo Pharma among this Adani Transmission was the top loser of the day with 5.00% loss.

Market Indexes/India

Open 17,055.80 57,028.04 36,224.45
Precious Close 17,026.45 57,107.15 36,025.50
Today’s High 17,160.70 57,626.51 36,347.85
Today’s Low 16,782.40 56,382.93 35,327.90
52 Week High 18,604.45 62,245.43 41,829.60
52 Week Low 12,790.40 43,582.40 28,923.10


Index NIFTY IT S&P BSE Small cap
Open 34,382.40 27,717.45
Precious Close 34,606.10 28,071.41
Today’s High 35,104.35 27,833.83
Today’s Low 33,953.90 26,919.51
52 Week High 37,823.15 30,416.82
52 Week Low 21,544.05 14,758.50


Nifty future levels in advance EP-263, last closed at 17,079.

As we all know market is unpredictable, so to give a clear picture we have divided the whole article in certain cases.

Case 1: Below 17,030 will see more panic after10:45AM. Major hurdle 17,247_17,270. Below 17,147 go short will see panic up to 16,747_16,630.

Case 2: On Rise Our mantra only sell at 17,470_17,630.

Note: We will only think for sell.

Bank Nifty future level in advance EP-263, last closed at 36,065.

Case 1: Below 35,830 sharp panic slide up to 35,256_34,870. 36,570_36,830 will act as our upper hurdle. On rise only think for sell

Case 2: Something come out very big from the market. Now will see big panic any time.

Data of FIIs & DIIs

In the Indian Equity Share Market, The available provisional data of the National Stock Exchange (NSE).

Share worth Rs. 3,332.21 Crore were Net sold by Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs), whereas shares worth Rs. 4,611.41 Crore was the net bought by Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) on October 29.

US Markets

On Monday, Wall Street closed on higher, from U.S. President Joe Biden the investor were hopeful that the omicron coronavirus variant would will not lead to lockdowns, regaining some of the ground Wall Street lost in Friday trade.

0.68% to 35,135.94 to 236.06 points, the Dow Jones Industries Average moved up, whereas the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.88% to 15,782.83 and S&P 500 added to 1.32% or 4,655.27 to 60.65.

Asian Markets

ON Tuesday, Asia-Pacific shares moved up as Japanese stocks led gains regionally, with investors reacting to the release of Chinese factory activity data for November.

Topix index moved up by 1.41%, were as Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 1.26%.

Market Indexes/Global

Open 15,719.42 7,044.03 15,418.28 6,831.41
Precious Close 15,491.66 7,044.03 15,257.04 6,739.73
Intraday High 15,833.11 7,161.91 15,441.91 6,841.79
Intraday Low 15,644.62 7,044.03 15,237.87 6,760.31
52 Week High 16,212.23 7,402.68 16,290.19 7,183.08
52 Week Low 12,214.74 6,263.60 13,009.48 5,306.58



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