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थोक महंगाई दर घटी, दिसंबर में घटकर 3.58%

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दिसंबर में थोक महंगाई के मोर्चे पर राहत मिलती दिखी है। दिसंबर में थोक महंगाई दर नवंबर के 3.93 फीसदी से घटकर 3.58 फीसदी रही है। बता दें कि नवंबर की डब्ल्यूपीआई संशोधित करके 3.68 फीसदी कर दी गई है। महीने दर महीने आधार पर दिसंबर में डब्ल्यूपीआई कोर महंगाई 3 फीसदी से बढ़कर 3.1 फीसदी रही है।

महीने दर महीने आधार पर दिसंबर में मैन्यूफैक्चरिंग सेक्टर की थोक महंगाई दर बिना किसी बदलाव के 2.61 रही है। जबकि इस अवधि में खानेपीने की चीजों की थोक महंगाई दर नवंबर के 4.10 से घटकर 2.91 फीसदी रही है। महीने दर महीने आधार पर दिसंबर में प्राइमरी ऑर्टिकल्स की थोक महंगाई दर 5.28 फीसदी से गिरकर 3.86 फीसदी पर गई है।

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महीने दर महीने आधार पर दिसंबर में सब्जियों की थोक महंगाई दर 59.80 फीसदी से गिरकर 56.46 फीसदी पर गई है। वहीं नानफूड ऑर्टिकल्स की थोक महंगाई दर नवंबर के -0.68 फीसदी के मुकाबले -0.34 फीसदी पर रही है। हालांकि महीने दर महीने आधार पर दिसंबर में फ्यूल, पावर की थोक महंगाई दर 8.82 फीसदी से बढ़कर 9.16 फीसदी पर गई है। जबकि मांसमछली और अंडे की थोक महंगाई दर 4.73 फीसदी से घटकर 1.67 फीसदी पर गई है।

 

Indian ADRs: ICICI Bank gains 2.2%; Dr. Reddy’s Lab, HDFC Bank up

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Indian ADRs ended mostly higher on Friday. HDFC Bank added 1.07 percent and Tata Motors was up 0.09 percent.

Indian ADRs ended mostly higher on Friday. In the banking space, ICICI Bank gained 2.25 percent at USD 9.98 and HDFC Bank added 1.07 percent at USD 102.43.

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In the IT space, Infosys shed 2.66 percent at USD 16.81 and Wipro was down 0.70 percent at USD 5.68.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors was up 0.09 percent at USD 34.32 and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories rose 0.34 percent at USD 38.20.


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RBI puts Allahabad Bank under Prompt Corrective Action

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India’s Allahabad Bank said the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has initiated ‘prompt corrective action’ (PCA) against the state-run lender over its high bad loans.

High net non-performing assets (NPA) and a negative Return On Assets (ROA) for two years in a row have prompted the action, the bank said in a statement late on Wednesday, although it added the action would help improve its risk management, asset quality, and profits. 

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The central bank has so far ordered corrective action for about 10 lenders, mostly due to their high bad loan ratios.

Depending on the risk thresholds set in the Reserve Bank of India corrective action rules, lenders can be asked by the regulator to restrict branch expansion and make higher provisions on sour loans, among other curbs.

Allahabad Bank shares fell as much as 2.6 percent in Thursday morning trade in a Mumbai market that was trading 0.1 percent higher.


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Asian Shares Flat, Fed Hike Expectations Underpin Dollar

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Japan’s Nikkei stock index edged down slightly, shrugging off data that showed Japanese core machinery orders rose a more-than-expected 5 percent in October in a sign of resilient capital spending.

Asian shares were treading water in early trade on Wednesday as crude oil futures steadied after a selloff, while a widely expected interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve underpinned the Dollar.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was a few ticks higher in early trade.

Japan’s Nikkei stock index edged down slightly, shrugging off data that showed Japanese core machinery orders rose a more-than-expected 5 percent in October in a sign of resilient capital spending.

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On Wall Street on Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 both notched record closing highs, though the Nasdaq Composite shed 0.19 percent.

The Dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major rival currencies, edged down 0.1 percent to 94.048 but remained not far from three-week highs touched on Tuesday.

The Dollar was steady against the yen at 113.51, while the Euro was also steady at USD 1.1743.

Bitcoin was up 1.2 percent on the Bitstamp exchange at USD 16,851.

The Fed’s two-day policy meeting will conclude later on Wednesday. The US central bank is seen raising its benchmark rate to between 1.25 and 1.50 percent, with investors also focusing on clues to the pace of tightening next year as inflation remains cool.

Those decisions may be influenced by news on Tuesday that US wholesale inflation rose last month. Consumer price index (CPI) data will be released later in the global session on Wednesday.

Also on investors’ radar screens was the outcome of an Alabama’s Senate election, where Republican candidate Roy Moore, endorsed by US President Donald Trump, faced off against Democratic challenger Doug Jones.

“The election itself won’t have a direct impact on currencies, but a victory for Moore is seen as making it easier for the administration to pass legislation,” including tax reform, said Mitsuo Imaizumi, Tokyo-based chief foreign-exchange strategist for Daiwa Securities.

“In the meantime, it’s hard to sell the dollar ahead of the Fed, although we might see ‘buy-the-rumor-sell-the-fact’ after the actual announcement,” as investors lock in their gains, Imaizumi said.

Crude oil futures steadied after facing profit-taking pressure when they surged to two-year highs in the previous session on an unplanned closure of the pipeline that carries the largest volume of North Sea crude oil.

Brent crude was yet to trade in Asia after shedding 2 percent on Tuesday. US crude added 0.6 percent, or 32 cents, to USD 57.46, after slipping 1.4 percent overnight.


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Indian ADRs: ICICI Bank, Tata Motors slip; Dr. Reddy’s Lab gains 2%

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Indian ADRs ended mixed on Tuesday. HDFC Bank added 0.44 percent and Wipro shed 1.12 percent.

Indian ADRs ended mixed on Tuesday. In the IT space, Infosys rose 0.32 percent at USD 15.91 and Wipro shed 1.12 percent at USD 5.30.

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In the banking space, ICICI Bank was down 1.13 percent at USD 9.60 and HDFC Bank added 0.44 percent at USD 97.41.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors slipped 1.04 percent at USD 31.51 and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories gained slippedercent at USD 35.30.


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Asia shares hover near two-month low as growth, US policy risks sap sentiment

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Japan’s Nikkei gained 1.2 percent after having suffered its biggest fall since late March on Wednesday.


Asian shares held close to a two-month low on Thursday as softer oil and copper, as well as US policy uncertainty, kept sentiment in check, while high-tech stocks struggled to recover after a searing sell-off.

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Investors are looking to the final tax legislation in the United States, where a potential US government shutdown looms if Congress fails to agree on a spending package. There are also fears of a violent backlash in the Middle East from President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was barely changed in early trade, still hovering near a two-month low touched the previous day. From its 10-year peak hit on Nov. 23, it has slipped 4.6 percent.

Japan’s Nikkei gained 1.2 percent after having suffered its biggest fall since late March on Wednesday.

MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe hit a two-week low on Wednesday while Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index edged down for its fourth straight session of losses.

A relentless sell-off in US technology shares, which has pressured global equities in recent weeks, subsided somewhat with S&P technology shares bouncing slightly 0.75 percent.

The energy sector dragged the US market lower overnight as oil prices dropped.

Oil prices flirted with two-week lows after its big fall on Wednesday, when a sharp rise in US inventories of refined fuel suggested demand may be flagging, while US crude production hit another weekly record.

US West Texas Intermediate crude futures traded at USD 56.10 per barrel, up 0.25 percent in early Asian trade but not far off Wednesday’s low of USD 55.87.

The price of copper, seen as a barometer of global economic health because of its extensive industrial use, also fell sharply earlier this week, raising worries about the world growth outlook.

When you look at growth in China’s industrial output and copper price over the last 10 years, you could say that copper still looks a bit expensive. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a further drop in copper if investors grow wary of the possibility of a slowdown in China’s output.

Copper closed at USD 6,550 a tonne on Wednesday, not far from its two-month low of USD 6,507.5 touched on Tuesday.

In the currency market, the Euro fetched USD 1.1803, having slipped to a two-week low of USD 1.1780 on Wednesday.

The Dollar eased to 112.27 yen, slipping further from Monday’s high of 113.09, which was its highest level in more than two weeks.

Bitcoin soared to a new record high, rising to USD 14,047 on cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp.

On the other hand, silver extended its decline since late last month to hit a near five-month low of USD 15.94 per ounce.


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Kaya board approves investment of Rs 51 cr in subsidiary

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Kaya Ltd said that it has received board approval investment of an amount not exceeding INR 51 crores in Singapore-based subsidiary KME Holdings. The investment is for a buyout of a minority stake in Kaya Middle East FZC, a UAE-based subsidiary of KME Holdings, the company said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. Meanwhile, shares of the company were trading at Rs 935.50 apiece, up 3.55 percent from the previous close at 11:30 hours on BSE.


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Sensex off day’s high, Nifty below 10,200; HDFC twins, Axis Bank fall

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Hero Motocorp, Bharti Airtel, Dr. Reddy’s Labs, Infosys, HUL, Cipla, TCS and Reliance Industries gained 1-2 percent.


10:50 am Auto sales:  Hero Motocorp gained 1.6 percent after strong sales recorded on Dhanteras day.

The two-wheeler maker sold over 3 lakh units on Dhanteras day. In September, the company had sold more than 7 lakh units for the first time. Get free stock cash tips on mobile Call on 9644405056.

10:40 am Buzzing: Reliance Industries hit fresh record high of Rs 929.95 today, up 2.15 percent intraday and has been lending great support to the market.


10:30 am Market Outlook: Equity markets have done well globally and India is no different. However, the bigger challenge is rebound in earnings growth, Vetri Subramaniam, group president, and head-equity.

“Markets do not really care about Samvat or quarters. Markets have done pretty well globally, but the run has not been that spectacular for Indian markets.

Vetri further added that investors need to watch out for these two things as we move forward – a) What recovery we get in terms of economic data, and b) at which point of time we see earnings start to move higher because we need that to support the move seen in stock prices.

10:19 am Market Check: Equity benchmarks erased some gains in morning, trading off day’s high on selling pressure in HDFC Group stocks and Axis Bank. However, Reliance Industries, ITC, and ICICI Bank continued to support the market.

The Sensex was up 40.94 points at 32,430.90 and the Nifty gained 20.20 points at 10,166.70.


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Indian Rupee opens lower at 64.79 per Dollar

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The fiscal deficit is a concern from a medium-term perspective. But, if fiscal deficit largely remains under control, then INR should continue to perform well in the medium term.

The Indian Rupee opened marginally lower at 64.79 per Dollar on Tuesday against previous close 64.74.

The environment is constructive on INR. Exports pick-up provides some cheer/relief to the economy at large.

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“Fiscal deficit is a concern from a medium-term perspective. But, if fiscal deficit largely remains under control, then INR should continue to perform well in the medium term.

The Dollar held gains against the Yen and Euro, supported by a rise in Treasury yields following a report that US President Donald Trump was favoring a policy hawk as the next head of the Federal Reserve.

Markets also took heart from Trump’s conference where he reiterated that reforms to tax policy would be completed by year-end.

For interest rate market, there is no major trigger. Wholesale inflation data, already out yesterday suggests lower inflation and should be conducive to the bond market, which has already been built in the price.

For the day, expected the 10-year benchmark bond yield to trade in a really narrow range.


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Indian ADRs: Dr Reddy’s Lab down 3.3%, Tata Motors slips 2%

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Indian ADRs ended lower on Wednesday. Tata Motors was down 2.04 percent and Infosys shed 0.28 percent.


Indian ADRs ended lower on Wednesday. In the banking space, ICICI Bank fell 1.97 percent at USD 8.46 and HDFC Bank slipped 1.13 percent at USD 93.50.

In the IT space, Infosys shed 0.28 percent at USD 14.30 and Wipro rose 0.18 percent to USD 5.61. Seeking for a good Indian stock market recommendations catch our free equity tips on mobile we’re distributing or you can ring us on 9644405056.

In the other sectors, Tata Motors was down 2.04 percent at USD 30.68 and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories declined 3.31 percent at USD 34.51.

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