Market Internals Do Not Indicate‘Risk Aversion’: ICICI Securities Weekly Memo
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While the benchmark Nifty 50 index is down 2% from the recent peak of 15,300, there is no sign of any sharp increase in ‘risk aversion’ given the moderate increase in fear index and outperformance of strategies such as high beta (up 4%), Central Public Sector Enterprises (up 9%), smallcaps (up 5%), midcaps (up 3%) and dividend yield (up 2%) strategies continuing to outperform.
Sectorally, the performance is led by metals (up 8%), power (up 7%), energy (up 7%), media (up 4%), infra (up 2%), consumer durables (up 1%), public sector undertaking banks (up 1%) and realty (0%).
On the flip side, heavy weight underperforming sectors include banking, auto, pharma and telecom.
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