‘Bullish trend’ to continue in Nifty-Sensex? These will be important triggers for the next week, investors will keep an eye on them

Mumbai. Last week, there was a tremendous growth in the Indian stock markets. Nifty and Sensex closed with green mark on Friday. Investors got a big relief when the inflation rate in America was less than expected and buying was seen in all sectors. Market experts believe that if foreign institutional investors continue to buy continuously, then the market can touch a new peak.

At present, in the new business week starting tomorrow, investors will keep an eye on the data related to CPI in the country. On Saturday, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das has expressed hope that this time the inflation rate can remain below 7 percent. Apart from this, the macroeconomic data of America, China and Britain will also be important on the global front. Let us know how the market will move next week and which factors will be important in deciding its condition and direction.

Market will keep an eye on CPI data
On the domestic front, the most important data for the market will be the CPI (Consumer Price Index) inflation coming on Monday. Economists including Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das have forecast retail inflation to remain below 7 per cent for October, largely due to a fall in prices of imported goods. With this, there may be some softening in inflation.

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These figures will come on the global front
At the same time, on the global front, investors will be watching the UK inflation data for October, which stood at 10.1 per cent in September. Also, the UK will also release its unemployment figures for September. In August, this rate was 3.5 percent, which is the lowest level since 1974.

Global investors will also keep an eye on the October industrial production and unemployment data in the US. China will also release its industrial production figures for October next week.

rupee move
The Indian rupee recovered last week after the greenback fell amid rising hopes of a softening of rate hikes by the Fed. This was because inflation in the US fell to 7.7 per cent in October (from 8.2 per cent in September), and the equity market took it positive and the rupee is likely to trade higher.

foreign investors buying
FIIs (Foreign Institutional Investors) are gradually increasing their buying in Indian markets after improving global cues and are happy with India’s economic data. Experts said that if foreign investors continue to buy, then the market can reach new heights in the future.

Also read- 9 out of the top 10 Sensex companies earned ₹2.12 lakh crore to investors, HDFC Bank became the topper

Big companies will release quarterly results
Earnings season continues in the Indian market and most of the big companies have presented results in line with or better than the estimates. Next week more than 1400 companies will present their September quarter results. These include companies like ONGC, Grasim Industries, Biocon, Bharat Forge, Apollo Tyres, IRCTC and Spice Jet.

ipo market
Next week 3 new issues will be open for subscription in the IPO market. These include Kaynes Technology India, Inox Green Energy and Keystone retailers. Apart from this Fusion Micro Finance, Medanta Hospital and Bikaji Foods IPO will be listed.

Technically strong market
Technically also the markets are looking strong. Nifty 50 has formed a bullish candle on the Daily, Weekly and Monthly time frames, which is trading well above the all important moving averages. Momentum indicators- MACD (Moving Average Convergence and Divergence) and RSI (Relative Strength Index) are also giving positive signals.

Experts said, after touching a high of 18,350, Nifty is now all set to move towards record high, provided it sustains support near 18,300 as well as 18,000 levels in the coming sessions.

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