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Cement Stocks Outlook for the week – 23 to 28.02.2015


Stock indices are seen in a range next week in the run up to the Union budget and the expiry of derivatives contract on Thursday could cause some volatility. The National Stock Exchange's Nifty ended down 0.7% or 61.70 points at 8833.60 points while the Standard and Poor's BSE Sensex ended 0.8% or 230.86 points lower at 29231.41 points.

Stocks of Jindal Steel and Power and DLF could fall as they will be excluded from the Nifty
from March 27 while YES Bank and Idea Cellular stocks could rise because of their inclusion in the index.

Among sectoral indices, infrastructure, capital goods, realty and defence stocks will do well, as they could be in focus ahead of the budget. As a volatile week is seen ahead, defensive stocks are seen as safe havens. FMCG, IT and pharma stocks will generally be considered as safe havens. Banking stocks are seen as volatile and hence are advised to be avoidedin the coming week. In case of decline, PSU bank, energy and metal stocks may attract fresh selling pressure so plan your positions accordingly.