Key Stats

  • 7.46%
    10 Y benchmark as on 07 Dec, 2018

    Government bond prices ended lower as risk appetite remained muted ahead of the outcome of OPEC meet and release of exit polls for state elections. Weak demand for 8.24%, 2027 bond underscored market's risk aversion. Profit booking also weighed on the prices. The yield on 10-year G-sec ended at 7.46% vs. yesterday’s close of 7.42%.

  • 70.81
    USD vs. INR as on 07 Dec, 2018

    The Rupee ended stronger against the US Dollar. However, the Rupee remained off highs on the rise in crude oil prices and Dollar index.  Dollar purchases by importers and foreign banks' dollar buys, likely for FPIs, weighed on the unit. Some banks placed fresh long bets on Dollar. Exporters' Dollar sales supported the currency and kept it in the positive territory. The Rupee ended at 70.81 vs. previous close of 70.90.

  • 35,673
    Sensex as on 07 Dec, 2018

    Indian equities ended higher, snapping their three-day falling streak. The recovery was driven by strength in global equities, sliding crude prices and a stronger rupee. Healthy buying was witnessed in banking, auto and capital goods stocks.  Sensex and Nifty ended 1.02% and 0.87% higher respectively.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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