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The new logo of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building is seen in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2023. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsBANGALORE, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Indian shares are set to open on a slightly muted note on Monday, with a focus on the global interest rate outlook after a more than 3% rally so far this month. The NSE Nifty 50 index (.NSEI) gained 1.58% last week, its best in two months, while the Sensex rose 1.37%. "Market is expected to continue its upward movement driven, by robust macro data and diminishing global concerns," SMC Global Securities said in a note. In global markets, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) edged up 0.3%, with investors awaiting minutes of the Fed's last meeting.
Persons: Francis Mascarenhas, Nifty, Sohini Goswami Organizations: Bombay Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Rights, NSE, U.S . Federal, SMC Global Securities, India's Tata Consultancy Services, United, United States Food, Drug Administration, CFM Mozambique, General Tax Authority, Sethuraman NR, Thomson Locations: Mumbai, India, Rights BANGALORE, Asia, Pacific, Japan, United States, Qatar, Bengaluru
MUMBAI, Nov 10 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee dropped to a record low against the U.S. dollar on Friday, which alongside the outage of the interbank order matching system, prompted the central bank to step in. The rupee dropped to a record low of 83.42 to the dollar and was last at 83.3925. "On why the RBI today decided that (allow rupee to drop below 83.30), it's impossible to say," a forex trader at a bank said. Next week will be very important to see if a new range has been made." He, however, said that the range in the USD/INR has now shifted higher.
Persons: Alok Sharma, Arnob Biswas, Nimesh Vora, Sonia Cheema Organizations: U.S, Reserve Bank of India, SMC Global Securities, Thomson Locations: MUMBAI, ICBC
MUMBAI, May 12 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee fell to a three-week low on Friday and registered its worst week in eight, dragged down by a broader strength in the dollar index. The rupee closed at 82.1625 per U.S. dollar compared with 82.09 in the previous session. "We are seeing a lot of variations in the economic data, notably in the U.S. and across the Eurozone ... So based on the scenario globally, dollar is looking bit more positive," said Arnob Biswas, head FX research at SMC Global Securities. The U.S. dollar edged higher on Friday and was heading for its biggest weekly gain since February, while the dollar index gained nearly 0.8% so far this week.
COMMENTARYAMBAREESH BALIGA, INDEPENDENT MARKET ANALYST, MUMBAI"The FPO did get subscribed, thanks to a few institutional as well as large family offices. DEEPAK JASANI, HEAD OF RETAIL RESEARCH, HDFC SECURITIES, MUMBAI"For Indian markets, one of the concern areas is out of the way for the time being as this was weighing on investor sentiment. Since the current market price is below the offer price, the retail subscription was low as investors can rather buy it from the market." That was their focus area considering the fact that there was a difference between the market price and the floor price of the FPO. It seems that retail investors did not consider the fact that there is more to rates than just the price."
The stunning market selloff has cast a shadow over Adani Enterprises' secondary share sale that started on Friday. The share sale is being managed by Jefferies, India's SBI Capital Markets, Axis Capital, and ICICI Securities among others. Shares of other listed Adani firms also plummeted, with Adani Transmission Ltd (ADAI.NS), Adani Total Gas (ADAG.NS), Adani Green Energy (ADNA.NS) and Adani Ports (APSE.NS) sinking 20% each. Adani Ports, Adani Green Energy and Adani Transmission marked their worst intraday drop ever, with heavy volumes. Billionaire U.S. investor Bill Ackman said on Thursday that he found the Hindenburg report "highly credible and extremely well researched."
COMMENTARYJ.P.MORGAN"While the Hindenburg report focused mainly on equity valuations within the group, we are primarily concerned about the underlying credit profiles of group companies given underlying bank exposures. Clearly given the size of the group and outstanding debt, this has also impacted the banks." So if a report comes and stocks see a sharp fall, lot of margin calls also get triggered. At least 40% of the group's debt is exposed to Indian banks, so that exposure is what people are worried about in banks. Reporting by Rama Venkat and Bharath Rajeswaran in Bengaluru; Editing by Savio D'SouzaOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
MUMBAI, Jan 23 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee is expected to extend its gains this week, while government bond yields may move marginally higher due to worries about yet another year of elevated borrowing. The local unit is likely to add to its momentum and trade in a broad 80.50-81.50 range this week, analysts said. Despite the corporate flows in the market, steady foreign investment into equities is more important, so it seems appropriate for the rupee to trade around those levels, Biswas added. Market participants expect the benchmark bond yield to trade in the 7.30%-7.40% band this week. The Reserve Bank of India will auction 40 billion rupees each of five- and 10-year green bonds on Wednesday.
MUMBAI, Jan 2 (Reuters) - The Indian rupee was trading higher against the U.S. dollar on Monday, helped by likely position building and lack of cash dollar demand, traders said. The rupee was at 82.5750 per U.S. dollar by 10:50 a.m. IST, compared with 82.72 in the previous session. The U.S. holiday means there is no cash dollar demand and then our (dollar) sell-side order book is a bit active, said a spot trader at a private bank. The rupee, this week, will take cues from the response of the dollar and Treasury yields to a string of U.S. data. The USD/INR forward premiums extended their recent slide, with the 1-year implied yield falling to near 2%.
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