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 Market tasted the psychological levels but unable to sustain it self above 3500 and 12000 for nifty and sensex respectively as todays graph would show us. This part of price movement is in the pattern of consolidation.This is likely to continue for some time and although it is difficult to predict in which direction nifty/senses would breakout yet positive noises are heard on global front and that Indian Economy is showing signs of continued growth. RBI has also hoped that it would grow at 8-9 % per annum. For this level og Growth massive investment in Infrastructure, capital goods, power? and? above all Agriculture is required. Agriculture is highly dependent on Monsoon and so far progress of Monsoon is slightly below normal in most og the Met districts. This will? affect rural demands and availability of agricultural commodities and in turn fuel inflation.

The upshot of this is that while margins will be under pressure some companies would perform good.October being the result season , it would prove to be apointer to the? movements in stcok markets. Hence in my opinion breakout in the range will come only in the month of October.

The FIIs and Global economy always provide clues to Indian Stock Markets and
Prudent investors would be advised to watch FII's investment pattern? and invest only on weakness and not on upmove.

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