Budget 2019: Market analysts expect Dalal street to be in 'wait and watch' mode
The Union Budget 2019-20 on July 5th will play a crucial role for the equity markets in the coming months. According to a PTI report, investors are likely to be in a 'wait and watch' mode ahead of the mega event, said analysts.
The Union Budget 2019-20 on July 5th will play a crucial role for the equity markets in the coming months. According to a PTI report, investors are likely to be in a 'wait and watch' mode ahead of the mega event, said analysts. However, markets may see some upmove following the trade truce announced by the US and China at the G-20 summit over the weekend, they added. Besides, progress of monsoon, rupee and crude oil movement will also be tracked by participants. Over the last week, the 30-share BSE Sensex rose 200.15 points or 0.51 per cent to close at 39,394.64.
1. Jimeet Modi, Founder and CEO, SAMCO Securities and StockNote said, "The election outcome is more of an emotional event while the Budget has more rational reactions in the market. The lackluster vibe before the Budget can be the calm before the storm and markets are expected to remain muted and sideways but there is likelihood of downward pressure.''
2. Modi also said that the auto sector is at the tipping point. Depending on how the Government provides support, these stocks will either revive or fall off the cliff.
3. Mustafa Nadeem, CEO, Epic Research, said, "We have a very important event, Budget, that is about to shape the future trend of equity markets. There will be possibly an increase in volatility and may further hurt any directional trader for the very short term. Since the importance of the event is high and is able to produce large trend, we believe it is better to be on the sideline and see the outcome."
4. Amar Ambani, President and Research Head, Yes Securities, said the Budget will be watched for cues on the government's fiscal road map. "We expect the government to persist with reasonable levels of deficit on the fiscal front, as indicated in their earlier Budget. The FM's reassurance on sticking with the path of fiscal prudence in the years ahead will be equally important. The next on the agenda would be the much-needed boost to economic growth," he said.
5. According to Vinod Nair, Head - Research, Geojit Financial Services Ltd, "auto and metal sectors are likely to be subdued due to low demand and benign raw material prices. Government seems to have hectic task ahead- to support growth and maintain fiscal prudence which will be closely watched by the market."
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