Key Stats

  • 7.43%
    10 Y benchmark as on 13 Apr, 2018

    Government bonds ended higher on 13th April as traders added to their holdings, noting firm support for prices at lower levels. Prices were also weighed down by rise in core inflation in March, as it sparked fears of interest rates being raised in the near term. The yield on 10-year G-sec ended at 7.43% vs. close of 7.47% on 12th April.

  • 65.21
    USD vs. INR as on 13 Apr, 2018

    Indian Rupee ended stronger on 13th April and range bound as dollar buys for oil importers nearly matched dollar sales by foreign banks and exporters. Also, risk appetite improved as US-Syria geopolitical tensions slightly eased. Trade volumes were lower than usual. The Rupee ended at ~65.21 vs close of 65.26 on 12th April.

  • 34,193
    Sensex as on 13 Apr, 2018

    Indian equities ended higher on 13th April for a seventh straight session, supported by gains in IT, metal and some bank stocks. Investment sentiment got a boost from steady industrial production data and easing inflation numbers, which were released on Thursday. Markets will react to the Infosys numbers in early trade today. Both Sensex and Nifty ended ~0.2% higher.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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