The market gained for the second consecutive session on the 25th of June, the first day in the July series. This was supported by metals, banking & financials and select tech stocks.The BSE Sensex rose 226.04 points, to 52,925.04, and the Nifty50 climbed 69.90 to 15,860.40. A bullish candle formed, resembling a Hanging Man on the daily charts. The weekly index gained 1.1 percent and formed a bullish candle."A small positive candle formed with a lower shadow according to the daily timeframe chart. Technically, this indicates a buy on minor market dips. Although this pattern is similar to the negative Hanging Many type formation, it was formed in the wrong location, so the negative implication cannot be ruled out," Nagaraj Shetti Technical Research Analyst at HDFC Securities.The swing high for the Nifty was around 15,870, which could indicate repeated testing of key overhead resistance levels around 15,900. Technically, repeated testing of overhead resistances may eventually lead to an upside breakout of this hurdle. He stated that a decisive move higher than 15,900 could lead to more upside in the near term."He believes that the Nifty's underlying trend is positive and rangebound. "The market has the potential to demonstrate upside momentum above the hurdle at 15,900 levels over the next few sessions. If the market moves above this level, it could lead to further upside to 16,200 in near-term. He stated that immediate support was provided at 15,770."The strength of the broader markets was also evident with the Nifty Smallcap 100 and Nifty Midcap 100 indices increasing 1.1 percent each and 0.54 percent, respectively.To help you identify profitable trades, we have compiled 15 data points:Please note: Volume data of stocks and open interest (OI), are aggregates of three-month data, and not the current month.Support and resistance levels for the NiftyPivot charts show that the Nifty's key support levels are at 15,798.13, 15,735.97, and 15,735.97. The key resistance levels to be on the lookout for if the index rises are 15,896.63 or 15,932.97.Nifty BankThe Nifty Bank gained 537.65 points, or 1.54 percent, to close at 35.364.65 on June 25, 35,023.03 is the pivot level and 34,681.46 will be its support. Key resistance levels at 35.599.03, 35.833.46 levels are positive.Call option dataMaximum Call open interest was 17.13 lakh contracts at 16500 strike. This will serve as a critical resistance level in July series.The 16000 strike holds 16.72 million contracts. 15800 strikes has 9.08 lakh contracts.Call writing was observed at 16400 strike. This added 2.49 lakh contracts. 16500 strike added 2.12 lakh contracts. 16000 strike added 1.07 lakh.Call unwinding was observed at 15500 strike. It shed 44,350 contract, 15700 strike shed 5,550 contract, and 15600 strike shed 4,850 contract.Data for put optionsMaximum put open interest of 25.98 million contracts was observed at 15500 strike. This will serve as crucial support in the July series.The 15200 strike holds 10.01 million contracts and the 15400 strike has 9.19 lakh contracts.Written was witnessed at 15800 strike, adding 2.17 lakh contracts. 15400 strike added 1.98 lakh more contracts. 15200 strike added 1.84 lakh more contracts.On June 25, there was very little Put unwinding.Stocks that have a high percentage of deliveryThese stocks have a high delivery rate, which indicates that investors are interested in them.95 stocks experienced a long build-upA build-up in long positions is usually indicated by an increase in open interest and a rise in price. Here are the top 10 stocks with a long-term buildup based on open interest future percentage.6 stocks witnessed long unwindingA decrease in open interest and a decrease of price usually indicate a long unwinding. Here are six stocks that experienced long unwinding based on open interest future percentage.26 stocks experienced a short-term build-upA build-up in short positions is usually indicated by an increase in open interest and a decrease of price. Here are the top 10 stocks where a short-term buildup was observed based on open interest future percentage.31 stocks were short-coveredA decrease in open interests and an increase in price usually indicate short-covering. Here are the top ten stocks that experienced short-covering based on open interest future percentage.Bulk DealsDCM Shriram Industries: Sunil Singhania's Abakkus Asset Manager LLP purchased 1,17,922 equity stock shares. Abakkus Emerging Opportunities Fund-1 purchased 5.18 lakh equity shares at Rs 361 each equity share. Ruchit Bharat Ptel sold 1,42 603 equity shares at Rs 311, Finquest Financial Solutions sold 2,38 129 equity shares for Rs 361 each, and Minal Bharat Pattel sold 3,97,032 shares on the BSE at Rs 361.87 per sharing, according to bulk deals data.Dhanvarsha Finvest - Citrus Global Arbitrage Fond bought 1.4 Lakh shares in Dhanvarsha Finvest, a non-banking finance company at Rs 799.99 per Share on the BSE.Inox Wind Energy: Enam Securities purchased 5,49,518 shares of the company at Rs 27,2 per share. Meenu Mangal Jainbhanshali, who sold 5,49.518 shares at Rs 27,2 per share on BSE, the bulk transactions data showed.Rossell India: Elara India Opportunities Fund purchased 3,41,241 equity shares of the company at Rs 145.2 per Share on the NSE. Bulk deals data revealed that.Venus Remedies: Ajayupadhyaya purchased 75,856 equity shares of the company at Rs 348.2 a share on NSE, according to bulk deals data.(Click here to see more bulk deals)Results of the Analysts and Investors Meeting on June 28Results for June 28: More then 300 companies will publish quarterly earnings on June 28, including NALCO and Aarvee Denims.Deepak Fertilisers & Petrochemicals Corporation will be meeting with representatives from SAMEEKSHA India Equity Fund on June 28.Anupam Rasayan India: Company officials will meet investors at the IIFL Conference in June 28.Jamna Auto Industries: On June 28th and 29th, the company's representatives will meet with institutional investors/analysts.Garware Hi-Tech Films will be meeting with Altamount Capital UK and Mavira Investments. Right Time Consultancy. Prikar Investments. Pramesh Wealth. Alpha Plus Capital Services LLP.Sundram Fasteners: Amansa Capital will host Sundram Fasteners' officials on June 29.Aimco Pesticides: On June 28, the company's representatives will meet with analysts/investors.Sunteck Realty: On June 30, the company's representatives will meet with investors/analysts.Welspun Corp.: On June 29, the company's representatives will meet with analysts/investors.Premier Explosives: On June 29, the company's representatives will meet with investors/analysts.Subros: Company officials will meet with analysts/investors June 30.Gati: Company officials will meet investors/analysts at a B&K Securities "Trinity" Conference on June 30,RACL Geartech: On July 2, the company's representatives will meet with investors.Stocks in the newsThyrocare Technologies: Docon Technologies and API Holdings, parent company of unicorn Pharmeasy, will acquire 66.1 percent stake in Thyrocare Technologies for Rs 4,546 Crore. They also offered to acquire an additional 26 per cent stake in Thyrocare for Rs 1,788.16 million at Rs 1,300 per share.Brigade Enterprises: The company raised Rs 500 cr from qualified institutional buyers at Rs 268 per share. The QIB issue was participated in by Goldman Sachs and ICICI Prudential.Zuari Agro Chemicals, Paradeep Phosphates has approved the purchase of the Goa plant of Zuari Agro Chemicals by the Competition Commission of India (CCI).Jindal Drilling & Industries reported a profit of Rs 44.56 crore for Q4FY21, against a loss of Rs 546.80 in Q4FY20. Revenue rose to Rs 111.2 crore YoY from Rs 90.34 Crore.Finolex Industries: Finolex Industries reported a higher consolidated loss at Rs 298.84 Crore in Q4FY21 compared to Rs 58.66crore in Q4FY20. Revenue jumped to Rs 1.249.34 Crore YoY from Rs 768.66crore.India Glycols reported a higher consolidated income at Rs 70.99 crore in the fourth quarter of FY21, compared to Rs 17.91 crore in the previous quarter. Revenue rose to Rs 1 604.14 crore from Rs 1.350.4 crore YoY.Transfer of fundsData for DII and FIIAccording to provisional data on the NSE, foreign institutional investors (FIIs), net sold shares worth Rs 678.84 Crore while domestic institutional investors net bought shares worth Rs 1.832.76 crore on the Indian equity market.Stocks subject to F&O ban at NSEAs we begin the July series, not a single stock has been affected by the F&O ban on June 28th. Companies that have exceeded 95 percent of the market's position limit are included in the F&O segment ban on securities.