Nifty climbed at 5312 , Sensex up 167 points

Indian stock market’s key index was down today and closed with gains after some downs . Nifty crossed the psychological level of 5,300 . FMCG , oil – gas and auto sector stocks most shopping trend .

Sensex 167 points ie 0.95 % on 17 701 ‘s with the strength . 1:07 % ie Nifty 56 points to 5312 with the increasingly close. NSE CNX Midcap index of the medium is the weakness of 0.77 % . BSE Midcap Index 0.46 % and 0.44% at BSE Smulcape getting stronger .

Negative signals from Asian stock markets among the major indices of Indian stock market this morning began within minutes of the opening the Sensex market and Nifty. The latter slipped to 5210 . However, before business hours Sensex – Nifty recovered from their early fall to get into the green. Then in the early hours Sensex – Nifty went up a limited scope – then down .

SUN Hong-Tao Dong: World Has 3-5 Years of Deleveraging

China- According to investment financial specialist SUN Hong-Tao Dong, the most important global macroeconomic changes of the global economy are entering a long period of deleveraging. In China the deleveraging process will continue for 3-5 years , at least to 2012. The European economy the deleveraging process will be longer with some estimated it to last 5-10 years. The deleverageing process has long term implications for Chinese stock markets.

One implication is that low-income groups in proportion to the national income distribution will gradually rise. The  low-end Chinese consumer goods and services will be the biggest winner in the next few years the stock market .