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Investment in realty sector at USD 5 bn so far this yr: KPMG



Institutional investors have put in USD 5 billion so far this year into the real estate sector, largely in commercial assets, according to KPMG. “USD 5 billion invested by institutional investors since the beginning of 2017 — a record year in the making,” the consultant said in a statement. Get free stock cash tips from Indian stock market call on 9644405056.

The investments are preferred in commercial assets such as office space and warehouses. “USD 111 million is the average deal size in 2017, which is more than double the deal size witnessed in last few years. USD 3 billion invested by pension and sovereign wealth funds since the beginning of 2017,” it added.

Private equity and NBFCs (non-banking financial companies) have become the preferred capital source for under- construction projects. “The year 2017 is on its course to witness highest annual investment in Indian reality in past decade, with about USD 5 billion worth of deals already closed so far,” said Neeraj Bansal, Partner and Head, ASEAN Corridor, Building, Construction and Real Estate, KPMG in India.

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Asia stocks edge lower, focus turns to China markets after ratings cut

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Japan’s Nikkei slipped 0.15 percent, Australian stocks advanced 0.1 percent and South Korea’s KOSPI fell 0.7 percent.

Asian stocks slipped on Friday but showed signs steadying as the dust began to settle after the Federal Reserve’s hawkish policy statement, while investors looked to see how Chinese financial markets would react to a downgrade on the nation’s credit rating. You can also have free stock cash tips from Indian stock market and more call us on 9644405056.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan handed back earlier gains and was down 0.1 percent after falling 0.7 percent the previous day.

The index had risen to a decade high on Tuesday, lifted as Wall Street advanced to record highs, before moving off that peak after the Fed heightened expectations for a third interest rate hike this year.

Japan’s Nikkei slipped 0.15 percent, Australian stocks advanced 0.1 percent and South Korea’s KOSPI fell 0.7 percent.

It is difficult to pass a verdict on the Fed’s stance until it actually starts its balance sheet reduction and the markets can gauge its effects.

“Fundamentals continue to support emerging markets including those in Asia, although the Fed’s latest stance did add a layer of uncertainty going forward.”

The focus was also on how the Chinese financial markets would react to a downgrade of China’s credit rating when they open.

S&P Global Ratings downgraded China’s long-term sovereign credit rating on Thursday, less than a month ahead of one of the country’s most sensitive political gatherings, citing increasing risks from its rapid build-up of debt.

The S&P 500 lost 0.3 percent, snapping a four-day winning streak, the Dow fell 0.25 percent and Nasdaq dropped 0.5 percent on Thursday as the U.S. equity market braced for a third interest rate hike this year. The United States ordering new sanctions against North Korea was also seen to have weighed on Wall Street.

In currencies, the Australian dollar was steady at USD 0.7932 after sliding 1.2 percent the previous day to touch a three-week low of USD 0.7919.

The Aussie was hurt after Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe said on Thursday that the central bank does not have to follow a general move globally to raise interest rates.

A sharp drop in the price of iron ore, Australia’s main export commodity, to a two-month low, has also weighed on the currency.

The Dollar was steady at 112.445 Yen and on track to end 1.4 percent higher on the week, during which it brushed a two-month high of 112.725 as US yields spiked on the back of the Fed’s hawkish stance.

The Yen, often sought in times of geopolitical tensions, showed little reaction to US President Donald Trump ordering new sanctions against North Korea on Thursday.

The Euro barely moved at USD 1.1943 and on track to end the week 0.8 percent lower. Get daily Intraday news by Ripples Advisory Private Limited, Indore.

The Dollar index against a basket of six major currencies was effectively flat at 92.169 after slipping about 0.4 percent overnight. It has gained 0.3 percent on the week.

Crude oil prices were little changed amid a wait-and-see mood as ministers from the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia, and other producers meet later on Friday to discuss a possible extension of the 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) of supply cuts to support prices.

While many analysts expect an extension of the deal beyond next March, a number of them also said that prices have risen high enough to tempt countries to boost production above agreed levels.

Brent crude was up 0.1 percent at USD 56.50 a barrel after reaching a five-month high of USD 56.53 overnight.

Indian Rupee trades at lowest level since April 5

There should be a consolidation in the spot USD-INR today and expected a range of 64.60-64.90 to hold for the day.

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The Indian Rupee slipped further as it traded at the lowest level since April 5, down 30 paise at 65.11 against the US Dollar. Here, are some FREE EQUITY TIPS ON MOBILE– Register NOW!

It has opened flat at 64.80 per Dollar on Friday versus previous close 64.81.

Yesterday Rupee plummeted by 54 paise to end at 64.81 a Dollar after the Federal Reserve left the door open for a rate hike in December.

The US Federal Reserve’s historic overnight decision rattled overall forex market sentiment, triggering panic Dollar buying from corporates and importers.

Dollar did a smart turnaround post the FOMC announcement.

The 10-year benchmark bond yield is also likely to consolidate today within the 6.65-6.70 percent range.

The Dollar pared gains after initially climbing on the Fed’s announcement.

Against the Yen, the Dollar is steady as the Japanese currency is largely unaffected by the Bank Of Japan’s announcement that it would keep its monetary policy steady.


Sensex falls 160 pts, Nifty opens below 10,100 post-North Korea threat



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Sun Pharma, Glenmark Pharma, Cadila Healthcare and Dr. Reddy’s Labs were up 0.1-1.1 percent.

9:30 am IPO subscription: The Rs 8,400-crore initial public offering of SBI Life Insurance Company has been subscribed 58 percent on the final day, as per latest data available on exchanges.

The issue received bids for 5.08 crore equity shares against IPO size of 8.82 crore shares, excluding anchor investors’ portion.

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The market witnessed profit booking in the 1st half, thus most of the stocks declined on profit booking. However, as the market showed some recovery few stocks jumped from their respective lows. Dwarikesh moved up by 8.89%, Tata Metalik rose by 5.70%, Graphite Jumped by 5.50% and Vindhya Tele rose by 5.43% from their day’s lows. Today Nifty opening gap down by 45 points at 10092 from yesterday close of 10137 as per SGX Nifty.


Dollar shines, Asia shares slip after Fed signals December rate hike- GET FREE EQUITY TIPS ON MOBILE

The US Dollar shone while Asian shares slipped slightly on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve announced a plan to start shrinking its balance sheet and signaled one more rate hike later this year.

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MSCI’s broadest Dollar-denominated index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.4 percent. South Korea’s Kospi was down 0.1 percent while Australia shed 0.6 percent.

Japan’s Nikkei gained 0.8 percent thanks to the Yen’s fall against the Dollar.

US share prices recovered quickly from initial losses following the Fed’s announcement, with the S&P 500 ending slightly higher, adding to a string of losing records. You can also click here and have our daily free equity tips on mobile from Indian stock market.

As widely expected, the Federal Reserve announced it would begin in October to trim its massive holding of US Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities acquired in the years after the 2008 financial crisis.

The Fed signaled it still expects one more interest rate hike by the end of the year, despite a recent bout of low inflation, but ratcheted down its long-term interest rate forecasts.

Fed fund rate futures are pricing in about 65 percent chance of a rate hike by December, the highest level since March, and around 50 percent before the Fed meeting. Markets expect the Fed move will in December when it is due to revise its economic projections.

The yield on two-year U.S. Treasury notes jumped to 1.451 percent, its highest level since November 2008. The 10-year US Treasuries yield rose to 2.278 percent, briefly hitting a six-week high of 2.289 percent.

The markets reacted to the Fed quite straightforwardly, with shorter yields rising more than long-dated bond yields. The bond markets have fairly strong conviction that low inflation and low growth will persist.

In the currency market, the rise in Treasury yields boosted the dollar’s attractiveness. The Euro dropped to USD 1.1873 from above USD 1.20 just before the Fed’s policy announcement.

Likewise, the Dollar jumped to 112.595 Yen, a two-month high, from around 111.30. The Bank of Japan is widely expected to keep monetary policy unchanged when it wraps up its two-day policy review later on Thursday.

Gold fell to $1,296.1 per ounce on Wednesday, its lowest level in more than three weeks, and last stood at USD 1,128.6.

Oil prices flirted with multi-month highs, despite a rise in US crude inventories, after the Iraqi oil minister said OPEC and its partners were considering extending or deepening output cuts, ahead of the planned meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC nations on Friday.

Brent crude futures rose to a five-month high of USD 56.48 a barrel and last stood at $56.16.

US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures hit a four-month high of USD 50.79 per barrel and last traded at USD 50.71, flat from the US close on Wednesday.

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Indian ADRs: HDFC Bank, Tata Motors, Wipro down

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Indian ADRs ended mostly lower on Wednesday. In the banking space, ICICI Bank was down 0.67 percent at USD 8.93 and HDFC Bank shed 1.75 percent at USD 98.21.

In the IT space, Wipro was down 0.35 percent at USD 5.63 and Infosys rose 0.27 percent to USD 14.84.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors slipped 1.18 percent at USD 31.84 and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories added 3.24 percent at USD 35.68.

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Wall Street closes slightly higher after Fed policy decisions- GET FREE EQUITY TIPS ON MOBILE

The S&P 500 gained 1.59 points, or 0.06 percent, to 2,508.24, clocking its sixth record closing high in the last seven sessions. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 5.28 points, or 0.08 percent, to 6,456.04, with Apple Inc as its biggest drag.

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The S&P 500 and the Dow ended slightly higher on Wednesday, adding to their string of closing records after the Federal Reserve signalled it expects another interest rate hike by year-end and disclosed timing for reducing its balance sheet.

The Fed left rates unchanged for now, as was widely anticipated, but investors’ expectations changed for December after the US central bank signalled one more rate hike by year-end despite recent weak inflation readings.

In line with expectations, the Fed said it would begin in October to cut it’s roughly USD 4.2 trillion in US Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities holdings by initially cutting up to USD 10 billion each month from the amount of maturing securities it reinvests. You can also have our FREE EQUITY TIPS ON MOBILE FROM HERE- Register NOW!

Financial stocks jumped after the statement as US Treasury yields rose on the prospect of higher rates while utilities took a fall on concerns that the defensive sector would look less attractive as rates climb.

While some investors said the Fed’s tone was more hawkish than expected others were happy Fed Chair Janet Yellen reiterated her stance that balance sheet reduction would be data dependent.

“The most important thing Yellen needed to communicate to the market was that the bond sale plan and rate increases are not on autopilot,” said Jason Pride, director of the investment strategy at Glenmede in Philadelphia.

After the statement traders were betting on a roughly 67 percent chance of a December hike, compared with 51 percent minutes before, according to the CME Group’s FedWatch tool.

“Keeping rate hikes where they were was expected. What wasn’t known was the tone. The market reaction is interpreting the Fed as slightly hawkish but not too much,” said Victor Jones, director of trading at TD Ameritrade in Chicago.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 41.79 points, or 0.19 percent to end at 22,412.59, its seventh straight record close.

The S&P 500 gained 1.59 points, or 0.06 percent, to 2,508.24, clocking its sixth record closing high in the last seven sessions. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 5.28 points, or 0.08 percent, to 6,456.04, with Apple Inc as its biggest drag.

The S&P’s financial sector ended 0.6 percent higher as banks benefit from higher rates. The sector has risen in eight of the last nine sessions and has clocked a 6.7 percent gain in that time as investors anticipated the Fed meeting.

The consumer staples sector fell 0.9 percent while the utility sector ended 0.8 percent lower.

Shares of Apple fell 1.7 percent after it admitted its latest smartwatch has connectivity problems.

Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a 1.26-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq, a 1.30-to-1 ratio favoured advancers.

Roughly 6.7 billion shares changed hands on US exchanges compared with the 6 billion average for the last 20 sessions.

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Indian Rupee slips 24 paise in opening trade 

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The Indian Rupee slipped in the early trade on Thursday. It has opened lower by 24 paise at 64.50 per Dollar versus 64.26 Wednesday. Get free equity tips on mobile call on 9644405056.

The FOMC kept Fed funds rate unchanged but announced balance sheet normalization from October. The probability of a December rate hike has now increased significantly.

The Dollar index spiked sharply and US 10-year treasury yield firmed up. Expect USD-INR pair to trade in a range of 64.20- 64.50 for the day.

Higher crude prices and higher US Treasury yields are likely to generate negative sentiment in the local bond market. Fiscal slippage worries could re-surface with a possible fiscal stimulus.

The 10-year benchmark bond yield is expected to trade in a range of 6.58-6.61 percent for the day.

The Dollar rose to a two-month high against the Yen and extended its gains against the euro after a hawkish Federal Reserve heightened expectations for an interest rate hike in December.