Stock market volatility: Anil Singhvi reveals key levels to watch; says Bank Nifty will take longer to recover than Nifty
Equity benchmark Sensex crashed over 1300 points, while Nifty slid below 14, 300 mark on fear of soaring Covid 19 cases on Monday.
Equity benchmark Sensex crashed over 1300 points, while Nifty slid below 14, 300 mark on fear of soaring Covid 19 cases on Monday. The 30-share BSE index was trading 1,318.21 points or 2.70% lower at 47,513.82, while NSE Nifty tanked 394.90 points or 2.70% to 14,222.95 in the morning trading session on April 19.
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Reading Monday trends and subsequent recoveries, Zee Business Managing Editor Anil Singhvi said that first and somewhat substantial recovery was when Nifty regained some points and was trading above 14,350.
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Similarly, any sign of recovery in Bank Nifty would be only considered when the banking index crosses 31,000 mark and try to sustain above it. "As long as Nifty does not crosse 14,000- 14,500 levels, there will be always chance that it might even slid below today's low. Base of recovery for Nifty remains 14,350 and any recovery before 14,550 will be only seen as minor upside. Further strength in Nifty will only emerge when it will go past 14,500 to 14, 550 levels. This recovery could be considered as an opportunity to pull off your positions," said Zee Business Managing Editor.
Similarly, the Market Guru said that strength in Bank Nifty will be only ascertained when it will cross 32,000-mark. "Bank Nifty will continue to show signs of weakness and NBFC shares will see drop in their prices, while FMCG, IT and pharma shares will be seen supporting the market. Bank Nifty will also show late recovery as compared to Nifty even when Covid 19 situation gradually starts improving," he concluded.
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