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nifty view tomorrow

nifty view tomorrow

nifty view tomorrow

Nifty future tested a new lifetime high near 9200 and crashed approx 200 points same day which gave a pretty negative structure on chart but FII’s figure did not shown they were good sellers , now if nifty future click our support of 8920 and manage to sustain below our daily support then expect nifty future to correct upto 8880 – 8840 tomorrow .

If nifty future click our daily resistance 9020 and manage to sustain above our daily resistance then expect nifty future to fire upto 9060 – 9100 .

Nifty view conclusion : Nifty looking weak for tomorrow so stay with technical levels

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Bank Nifty market view 04th march 2015

Bank Nifty market view 04th march 2015

Bank Nifty market view 04th march 2015

Bank Nifty future closed in good pressure despite good buying in nifty , now if banknifty future click our resistance of 20230 and manage to sustain above our daily resistance then expect banknifty future to fire upto 20350 – 20480 .

If banknifty future click our support of 19950 and manage to sustain below our daily support then expect banknifty future to correct upto 19800 – 19650 .

Bank Nifty market conclusion : Banknifty future trend is flat for now

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Bank Nifty analysis for 03rd march 2015

Bank Nifty analysis for 03rd march 2015

Bank Nifty analysis for 03rd march 2015

Banknifty future closed pretty bullish above 20100 ( future ) , now if banknifty future click our support of 19980 and manage to sustain below our support then expect banknifty future to correct upto 19850 – 19720 .

If banknifty future click our resistance of 20300 and manage to sustain above our daily resistance then expect banknifty future to fire upto 20430 – 20550 .

Banknifty analysis conclusion : Banknifty looking positive

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Medicare Pay List Angering Doctors

Doctors denounced the accuracy and value of data listing $77 billion in Medicare payments to 880,000 medical providers, while consumer and industry groups said it could make the health-care system more cost-effective.

The divergent views of Medicare’s first-ever release of U.S. payments to physicians suggested the impact may take years to play out. U.S. officials, meanwhile, said they may follow yesterday’s report on 2012 data by providing the same information from earlier years, a move that would help regulators and consumers trace changes in health care over time.

“Geeks, nerds and data freaks will have a good time with this,” said Arthur Caplan, director of medical ethics at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York. “But tomorrow morning, in terms of selecting your doctor it won’t make one iota of difference. I’m not saying it’s valueless, but its value is in trends and patterns” over the long haul.

Release of the information may help get private researchers and the public involved in ferreting out misuse of services and fraud in Medicare, the government health program for the elderly and disabled, said Jonathan Blum, principal deputy administrator at the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, in a call yesterday.

“We know there’s waste in the system,” Blum said. “We know there’s fraud in the system. While we’ve made tremendous investments to reduce that fraud, we want the public’s help to identify spending that doesn’t make sense, that appears to be wasteful, that appears to be fraudulent.”

3 Trillion Dollars From Factories Kept By Europea Dividends

Given the choice between investing in their businesses or paying off shareholders, European chief executive officers are choosing the latter.

Companies of the benchmark Stoxx Europe 600 Index will pay 11.54 euros a share in dividends this year, the most since data going back to 2002, according analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg. At the same time, cash flow from operations is poised to be the highest since 2011, at 37.45 euros a share. Stocks have more than doubled since 2009 after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi pledged to preserve the single currency.

European companies have pushed cash balances to 2 trillion euros ($2.8 trillion), close to the most since at least 2003, following the 2008 financial crisis, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. While the region emerged from its worst recession ever last year, CEOs remain skeptical about the euro area’s economic recovery and want to see results of monetary policy, according to RMG Wealth Management LLP’s Stewart Richardson.

“There is money, but companies don’t want to invest in big capex programs,” Richardson, who helps manage about $100 million as RMG’s chief investment officer, said in a phone interview. “They are uncertain where growth will come from, and there is a huge focus from corporate management to shore up balance sheets and share prices.”

US Index Futures Little Changed, While Asian Shares Climbed

 European Stocks erased their advance as carmakers and utilities fell, offsetting gains by personal and household goods companies after LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA reported its results. U.S. index futures were also little changed, while Asian shares climbed.

LVMH added 3.6 percent as the world’s largest luxury-goods company posted the fastest growth in fashion and leather-goods sales in two years. Tryg A/S lost 3.9 percent after reporting first-quarter net income that missed analysts’ estimates.

The Stoxx Europe 600 Index dropped 0.1 percent to 334.87 at 10:04 a.m. in London, erasing a gain of as much as 0.6 percent. The benchmark has fallen 1.3 percent from a six-year high on April 4 as investors sold technology stocks and the shares with the highest valuations. Standard & Poor’s 500 Index futures also slipped 0.1 percent today. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index climbed 0.6 percent.

The Federal Reserve played down predictions by some of its policy makers that interest rates might rise faster than they previously forecast, according to minutes of the central bank’s March 18-19 policy meeting released after European markets closed yesterday.

Fed Chair Janet Yellen said in a press conference following last month’s meeting that rates might start to rise about six months after the central bank halts its monthly asset purchases.


A Risk To World Supplies of the most Traded Fruit Banana

A disease that damaged banana crops in Southeast Asia has spread to the Middle East and Africa, posing a risk to world supplies of the most-traded fruit, according to the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization.

The TR4 strain of Panama disease, a soil-born fungus that attacks plant roots, is deadly for the Cavendish banana that makes up about 95 percent of supplies to importers, including North Americaand Europe, Fazil Dusunceli, an agriculture officer at the FAO, said by phone yesterday from Rome. While the disease hasn’t reached top Latin America exporters such as Ecuador, Costa Rica or Colombia, TR4 was discovered in Jordan and Mozambique, indicating it moved beyond Asia, he said.

“The export market is dominated by the Cavendish, and it is unfortunately susceptible to this particular race of the disease,” Dusunceli said. “This is serious for the medium term, but at the same time we should avoid panicking too.”

World banana exports were worth a record $8.946 billion in 2011, according to the most recent FAO figures. The U.S. is the biggest importer, followed by Belgium, the data show. Belgium’s Port of Antwerp is the world’s largest banana port, it says.

Tens of thousands of hectares of banana crops in Indonesia, China, Malaysia, the Philippines and Australia have been destroyed since the TR4 strain of Panama disease, a type of Fusarium wilt, first appeared in Asia in the 1990s, according to Wageningen University in the Netherlands.


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