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Medium Impact BSE Capital good up and realty and power stock down

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    The S&P BSE indices Capital goods up 0.09%, IT index gain 0.11% while Healthcare, banknex, Auto, Realty and power index decline 1 per cent.

    Nifty top gainers today:- Tata motors 3.07%, VEDL 2.82%, ACC 1.55%, BPCL 1.33%, Infosys 1.19%, Ambuja Cements 1.19%, Indusindbk 0.83%, Gail 0.77%, Asian paints 0.76%, Reliance 0.74%.
     
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    1. Bharat Forge Ltd. is a SELL call with a target of Rs 1,175 and a stop loss of Rs 1245


    2. BEL Ltd. is a BUY call with a target of Rs 3500 and a stop loss of Rs 3310


    3. Sun Pharma is a SELL call with a target of Rs 924 and a stop loss of Rs 995
     
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    1. BPCL is a BUY call with a target of Rs 850 and a stop loss of Rs 810


    2. Bank of India is a SELL call with a target of Rs 183 and a stop loss of Rs 199.25
     
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    Market News By Epic Research : Oil prices slipped in early Asian trade on Monday on a strong dollar as the odds grow of a June or July rate hike, and signs that global oil supply is holding up even as unplanned outages rise to at least a five-year high. US crude futures fell 16 cents to $48.25 a barrel as of 2347 GMT after settling down 41 cents in the previous session.
     
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