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Closing Bell in NSE BSE, Stock Market News Updates

Closing bell on NSE BSE is the final round up of the day after the markets have closed. They not only cover the key highlights of the day but also provide the set up for the next day of trading. The closing bell essentially covers the second half of trading by covering the cues from domestic and international markets. The closing bell in NSE BSE is a report brought out by LKP Securities after close of trade which essentially captures the gist of the markets in a nutshell and sets the tone for the next day. As part of the stock market news updates of LKP Securities, this is an important report for traders and investors.

Closing Bell Report from LKP Securities…

The closing bell report from LKP Securities essentially covers the key cues for the day and is a good preparatory note for the next day. The following are the key highlights of the report…

  • The report covers the key domestic cues for the day including any major statutory announcements and its implications. For example, an announcement by the RBI or a legislative change by the government could have larger implications for select industries. These cues are covered in detail in the closing bell report.
  • The Closing Bell report also covers the key global cues. Before the Indian markets close, the Asian markets are closed and the cues from Asia are quite clear. Europe also trades half way by the close of trading in India and that also gets covered in detail. The futures trading on the Dow also gives cues about the colour of trading in the US markets. All these give a good picture of how the global cues impacted the Indian markets.
  • Evaluating the gainers and losers for the day is another key ingredient of the closing report. There is normally a story associated with key gainers and key losers. The closing bell report helps you to understand the story behind the key gainers and losers with the fundamental story underlying it as well as the sectoral trends that may emerge from the same.
  • Preparing the tone for the next trading session is also a key ingredient of the closing report. Commodity markets trade well after the equity markets close and hence the closing report also acts as a key to the trading in commodities post market closing. For traders who are active in both markets, this is an important indicator.

The closing report is not just about the movements in the Nifty and Sensex but also about understanding the underlying story behind these movements. The closing report actually captures the story for the day and the cues for the next day.

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