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Updated on 15 Oct 2017
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Four factors to track during coming week for market movement
The Indian stock market indices, Nifty and Sensex, had yet another good week, as the benchmark Nifty50 ended the week with net gains of 187 points, or 1.88 per cent. The week gone by remained extremely important in more than one ways. The Nifty50 attempted to achieve a fresh breakout as it touched yet another new lifetime high of 10,191. The coming week will be a shorter one with just three working days.

Thursday, October 19, will just have one hour of Muhurat trading and on Friday, October 20, the market will remain closed for a trading holiday.

The coming week will see some important and critical actions in the market. On one hand, the Nifty50 has formed a fresh lifetime high, but on the other hand, there no clear breakout as such and the Index has ended the day after a very brief retracement. The opening of the market on Monday and its movement towards 10,200 level will be very critical in the coming days. Breakout, if any, and its sustainability will be of immense importance in coming week.

The Nifty PCR (put-call ratio) remains well above the 1.50 mark and the VIX is ruling at its recent lows. Any bounce will remain vulnerable to sharp profit taking activities until it is very much comprehensive in nature.

Four factors to track during coming week for market movement

Q2 earnings
Financial results of India Inc for September quarter will continue to dominate investor sentiment in the coming week. Some of the prominent names which will announce their Q2 earnings include Wipro, Bajaj Auto, Axis Bank and ACC. All these companies will release their results on Tuesday, October 17, while UltraTech Cement will announce its numbers on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

Reliance Industries in focus
RIL stocks will be in focus on Monday as the oil-to-telecom announced its Q2 results on Friday, after market hours. The company's quarterly net profit rose 12.5% year-on-year to Rs 8,109 crore as its booming refining and petrochemicals businesses reported higher sales at decade-high margins, which outweighed heavy interest and depreciation charges in its earnings that consolidated the results of telecom venture Jio for the first time.
Godrej Agrovet to debut on bourses
Godrej Agrovet, the agri-business unit of Godrej Industries Ltd, will make its stock market debut on Monday after successfully concluding the initial public offer (IPO) last week. The Rs 1,157 crore IPO was a huge hit and oversubscribed 95.41 times during 4-6 October. The shares are proposed to be listed on BSE and NSE.

Macro numbers
The government will announce inflation data based on wholesale price index (WPI) for September 2017 during market hours on Monday, 16 October 2017. WPI rose 3.24% year-on-year in August of 2017, following a 1.88% increase in the prior month.