Weekly Outlook

Traders will focus on the trend in global markets, investment by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs) next week. Crude oil prices will be keenly tracked as oil prices have firmed up recently after a major political shakeup in Saudi Arabia. On the global front, US Existing Home Sales data, which measures the change in the annualised number of existing residential buildings that were sold during the prior month, will be unveiled on Tuesday. The US stock market and Japan stock market will remain shut on Thursday for Thanksgiving Day. Germany's Q3 GDP data will and Manufacturing PMI for November will be unveiled on Thursday. UK's Q3 GDP data will also be unveiled on Thursday.

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Technical Outlook

Nifty closed in the negative in last trading session, the Index has finally reversed from the lower end of the falling channel which is quite positive for the bulls going forward. On the lower side, 10000 is an important support whereas 10350 is an immediate resistance, hence the range for the Index is 10000-10350 levels. We have been saying this that the range is 10350-10000 levels and we have seen markets reversing from those levels. The recent rise from 10033 levels has been an impulse move on the hourly charts, hence the probability of a breakout on the upside is quite high, hence we believe that till 10033 levels are not broken on the lower side the overall short term to medium term bias remains positive.

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