Key Stats

  • 7.36%
    10 Y benchmark as on 14 Mar, 2019

    Government bond prices ended higher, as foreign investors step up purchases of government bonds. RBI's new liquidity management framework based on foreign exchange swaps set to boost liquidity but dampens expectation of OMO buys. The yield on 10-year G-sec ended at 7.36% against the previous close of 7.38%. (7.26% 2029 benchmark).

     

  • 69.35
    USD vs. INR as on 14 Mar, 2019

    The Rupee ended stronger against the US Dollar, crude oil prices fell from its high. Heavy dollar sales, likely for FPI inflows in debt market supported the Rupee. The Rupee ended at 69.35 vs. previous close of 69.53.

  • 37,755
    Sensex as on 14 Mar, 2019

    Indian equities ended almost flat, after a volatile trade as gains in financials and power stocks were balanced out by profit booking in IT and energy stocks, amid mixed global cues. Sectorally, the BSE realty, metal, telecom and healthcare indices ended the day in the green while IT, auto and power indices settled in the red. Investors booked profits in recent gainers and weakening benchmark indices. Both Sensex and Nifty ended 0.01% higher today.

     

     

     

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