STI Daily Performance Review 30 July

Posted: July 30, 2014 in Stock Tips

Market Review for STI:
STI opened at 3356.07 today. The early trading was little bullish then market took the bearish move and close at 3351.310. Asia’s markets rose further on Wednesday, extending a recent rally, with a weaker yen boosting Tokyo while investors await the release this week of key US data and the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting.


STI Day Performance
Open 3356.070
High 3364.050
Low 3349.690
Close 3351.310
Change(Points) -4.770
% Change -0.14%
Volume 1649.6M
Rise 128
Fall 278
Unch 701

Market forecast for STI:
Prices are above the 20&50 days EMA. Though the market is not good the counters are not in a bullish move rather most of the active counters are in consolidation phase. In such case, the starting of the market can indicate the bullishness or bearishness for the same.

Support 1 Support 2 Support 3 Resistance 1 Resistance 2 Resistance 3
3320 3260 3240 3450 3470 3500

Technical indicators:
RSI is above the centre line and is at level 70.51 and CCI is at 136.93.

Top Gainers Top Losers
Scrip Name CMP %change Scrip Name CMP %change
OCBC Bank 9.91 1.54 SIA Engineering 4.69 -1.88
CapitaLand 3.32 0.91 ThaiBev 0.625 -1.58
UOB 24.05 0.29 CapitaMall Trust 1.98 -1.49
DBS 18.08 0.28 JSH 500 USD 35.81 -1.16
HongkongLand USD 6.73 0.15 Noble 1.42 -1.04
OCBC Bank 9.91 1.54

Important Factor for today:-

  • Singapore’s Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation has acquired a total of 97.52% of the issued share capital of Wing Hang Bank, closing the US$4.95 billion ($6.15 billion) bid for the Hong Kong lender.
  • Keppel Land, Singapore’s third- biggest developer by value, made its maiden investment in the U.S. with a prime residential development in New York City.
  • Singapore’s City Developments and Australia’s Stock land Group are considering bidding for Leighton Holdings’ $7 billion ($8.7 billion) residential and commercial property portfolio, a leading Australian newspaper reported on Tuesday.
  • Singapore’s central bank announced new proposals to regulate financial benchmarks, in the wake of a series of scandals around the world involving traders manipulating Libor and other key rates.

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