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Asian shares lifted to 10-year high on Wall Street record finishes

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Asian shares inched up to a 10-year high on Wednesday, cheered by record highs on Wall Street, while the Dollar’s rise against the yen helped boost Japanese shares.

The S&P 500, Dow Jones industrials and Nasdaq Composite all marked record finishes as investors’ concerns faded about North Korean tensions as well as the impact of Hurricane Irma.

Gains were kept in check, however, by a decline in shares of Apple Inc after it unveiled its newest line of iPhones. Apple fell 0.6 percent but pared some losses in after-hours trade.

 

Indian ADRs: Tata Motors up 3%; Wipro, Infosys down

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Indian ADRs ended mixed on Tuesday. In the banking space, HDFC Bank added 0.34 percent at USD 99.29 and ICICI Bank was unchanged at USD 9.12.

In the IT space, Infosys was down 0.21 percent at USD 14.54 and Wipro shed 0.17 percent at USD 5.97.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors gained 2.86 percent at USD 30.59 and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories rose 0.86 percent to USD 34.20.

Wall Street ends at record high led by banks

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The major Wall Street indexes hit record closing highs on Tuesday, with financial stocks leading the charge, but gains were stunted by a decline in Apple Inc shares after it unveiled its latest line of iPhones.

The S&P 500, Dow Jones industrials and Nasdaq Composite clocked record closes, with investors are drawn to riskier assets as concerns about U.S. tensions with North Korea eased and the financial impact from Hurricane Irma appeared less severe than was feared last week.

After the closing bell, Nordstrom shares jumped 8.8 percent after reports that the high-end retailer chose private equity firm Leonard Green & Partners to help take the company private.

The financial sector was the S&P 500’s biggest driver during the regular session as bank stocks were helped by rising U.S. Treasury yields, while the utilities and real estate sectors lost ground.

 

Indian Rupee opens higher at 63.98 per Dollar

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The Indian Rupee opened higher by 6 paise at 63.98 per Dollar on Wednesday versus 64.04 Tuesday.

The easing of North Korea problem helped Dollar find support at 63.80 marks. As far as it trades above 63.80, the bias will remain positive towards the Dollar.

The trading range for the spot USD-INR pair will be 63.80-64.20.

The Dollar extended its sharp rally against the yen, although it was capped against the Euro with a potentially supportive spike in US yields neutralized by a similar move by their German counterparts.

The pound hovers within a distance of a one-year high after a robust UK inflation report added pressure on the Bank Of England to do more to support the currency.

Asia shares join global rally, hit 10-yr high on Irma, North Korea relief

 

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Asian shares joined a global equities rally, hitting a 10-year peak on Tuesday with investors breathing a sigh of relief as North Korean fears eased slightly and the worst-case scenario from Hurricane Irma looked to have been avoided.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.1 percent to its highest level since late 2007. Japan’s Nikkei rose 1.0 percent. Get free stock tips by Ripples Advisory.

On Wall Street on Monday, US S&P 500 Index surged over 1 percent to a record high close of 2,488 while MSCI’s broadest gauge of the world’s stock markets covering 47 markets also hit a new record high, having made its biggest gains in about two months.

Insurers were among the biggest winners, with the MSCI World’s insurer index rising 1.5 percent on Monday, as insured property losses from Hurricane Irma’s are expected to be smaller than initially forecast.

Downgraded to a tropical storm early on Monday, Irma had ranked as one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes recorded. It cut power to millions of people and ripped roofs off homes as it hit a wide swath of Florida on Sunday and Monday and moved into neighboring states.

Adding to an uptick in risk appetite was relief that North Korea did not test-fire missiles or conduct nuclear tests over the weekend as some had feared.

Indian ADRs: Dr. Reddy’s Lab, HDFC Bank, Infosys gain

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Indian ADRs ended higher on Monday. In the IT space, Infosys added 0.28 percent at USD 14.57 and Wipro was unchanged at USD 5.98.

In the banking space, ICICI Bank was up 0.22 percent at USD 9.12 and HDFC Bank gained 1.56 percent at USD 98.95.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors gained 0.34 percent at USD 29.74 and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories rose 1.65 percent to USD 33.91.

 

S&P 500 chalks up record high as fear gives way

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The S&P 500 surged over 1 percent to a record high close on Monday as tropical storm Irma caused less damage than expected in Florida, and after North Korea did not test-fire missiles over the weekend, which some had feared.

All 11 major S&P 500 sectors rose, led by financial stocks, with insurers advancing as Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricane recorded in the Atlantic, lost power.

Irma caused severe flooding in many Florida cities and left more than 6 million homes and businesses without power, but damage appeared to be less than expected. That relieved investors, especially in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, whose devastation is estimated to dent third-quarter economic growth.

Geopolitical tensions eased after North Korea did not mark its founding day on Saturday with another launch of a long-range missile, which the United States and its allies had been bracing for.

 

Indian Rupee opens lower at 63.98 per Dollar

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The Indian Rupee opened lower at 63.98 per Dollar on Tuesday versus previous close 63.93.

The Dollar had some respite as risk sentiment improved. The USD-INR to remain range bound within the 63.85-64.10 level for today.

The 10-year benchmark bond yield is expected to trade within a range of 6.55-6.57 percent. The trend is up so we could see the yield moving towards 6.60 percent slowly.

The Dollar held to large gains following a sharp rebound against the Yen and Euro, lifted by improving investor risk sentiment as worries over North Korea and Hurricane IRMA receded.

Sensex, Nifty maintain early gains; Midcap outperforms, BPCL up 2%

 

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Equity benchmarks maintained early gains amid volatility, backed by metals, FMCG, infrastructure and banks stocks.

The 30-share BSE Sensex was up 77.99 points at 31,960.15 and the 50-share NSE Nifty gained 24.35 points at 10,030.40.

The broader markets continued to trade with half a percent gains as about three shares advanced for every two shares falling on the BSE.

Asian markets also continued their ascent, following a firm lead from Wall Street as concerns faded over the potential damage of Hurricane Irma and as Korean Peninsula tensions took a backseat.

Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 1 percent as the dollar held onto overnight gains against the yen.

International Market Morning Update by Ripples Financial Advisory

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In International markets, S&P500 is trading at it all time high of 2488. The buying came on Wall Street after it was clear that the impact of Hurricane Irma was not as severe as many had anticipated.

German Index Dax yesterday closed at 12493, the Index has given a breakout of its range high of 12300.

MSCI emerging market Index is trading above its recent high of 1090 at 1099. We can see an upward breakout in Emerging markets.