Share Market View: The Sensex-Nifty fell by nearly 9% in a month. However, last week recovered on Friday and the market settled with more than 15,00 points higher. In the first trading session of the week today, the BSE was seen trading 400 points higher at 7,54,729 points. outlook
Share Market View: There has been tremendous pressure on the domestic equity market for the past few days. Dalal Street has seen a massive sell-off over the past few weeks. The domestic equity benchmark has fallen by nearly 9 per cent in the last one month. However, on Friday last week, the market registered a sharp surge. The BSE Sensex gained over 1500 points. But in several of its pre-sessions the market closed on a negative note. On May 19, 2022, the market recorded its biggest decline since March 2020. The BSE closed 1,416 points, or 2.61 per cent lower, while the Nifty-50 fell 430 points, or 2.65 per cent.
Although the Indian market is doing well compared to most of its global peers, it has improved significantly recently. Experts believe that it is not a favorable time to take any aggressive position in the market given the discount offer. He was of the view that fundamentally strong stocks should be bought in very limited quantities and in cheap stocks in the ongoing turmoil in the market.
Market experts are of the opinion that this is the best time to invest in equities, but it underlines that priority should be given to fundamentally strong stocks. India is currently in a better position in terms of economic strength than its peers and in the medium to long term, the economy facing stocks like banking, infrastructure, capital goods and housing is poised to perform better than other sectors.
India is performing better than the Nasdaq and S&P 500, which are 27% and 17% below the peak, while the Nifty is down about 12%.
Two, large-cap mid-cap and small-cap are outperforming: the small-cap and mid-cap indices are down 24% and 17% respectively from the peak while the Nifty is down only 12%. Third, it is performing better than value growth.
In the last trading session last week, the market had recovered and a day earlier, on Thursday, it had dropped by 1,400 points. which recovered on Friday and the market settled with a rise of more than 15.00 points. In the first trading session of the week today, the BSE was seen trading 400 points higher at 7,54,729 points. The Nifty was seen trading 98 points higher at 16,363.
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