SGX Nifty Negative start signal
The Singapore Exchange’s nifty futures fell 142 points (0.81%) to trade at 17,495, indicating that Daral Street got off to a negative start on Monday.
- Tech View: Despite a strong gap down start, Friday’s Nifty 50 managed to close near the opening price of the day, forming an indecisive “doji” candle on the daily chart.
- India VIX: The fear gauge jumped more than 6% to the 18.89 level on Friday, surpassing Thursday’s closing price at 17.79.
Asian stocks Low transaction
Disappointed with another major sell-out on Wall Street and paying attention to this week’s central bank meeting, Asian stocks began trading lower on Monday. MSCI’s non-Japanese Asia Pacific equities index fell 0.65%.
- Japan’s Nikkei Stock Average plummeted 0.40%
- South Korea’s Kospi put 1.60% in the tank
- Australia’s ASX200 fell 0.47%
- Shanghai, China fell 0.27%
- Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong fell 0.95%
US stocks record the worst week since the pandemic
Wall Street’s major index fell sharply on Friday. Netflix’s share price plummeted in the wake of sluggish earnings, ending the cruel week of stocks, with S & P 500 and Nasdaq recording the largest weekly percentage decline since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.
- Dow Jones fell 1.30% to 34,265.37
- S & P 500 was tanked from 1.89% to 4,397.94
- Nasdaq plummeted 2.72% to 13,768.92
Dollar awaits Fed meeting
The dollar traded steadily on Monday ahead of the Federal Reserve’s January policy meeting later this week, but Bitcoin was hit near a six-month weekend low and technology stocks were sold. Was hurt.
- The dollar index was stable at 95.682
- Euro fell to $ 1.1333
- Pound was purchased for $ 1.3551
- Yen rose to 113.915 per dollar
- Originally exchanged hands against the greenback at 6.3338
Crude oil prices rise for fear of supply shortages
Oil prices soared on Monday as geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe and the Middle East raised concerns about the already tight supply outlook while OPEC and its allies continued to struggle to increase production.
Brent crude oil futures rose 87 cents (1.0%) to $ 88.76 a barrel by 0100 Greenwich Mean Time. Crude oil futures at West Texas Intermediate (WTI) rose 86 cents (1.0%) to $ 86.00 a barrel.
FPI Sold shares worth 3,149 rupees
Net Net, a foreign portfolio investor (FPI), has changed domestic stock sellers to Rs 3,148.58, data available at NSE suggests. According to the data, DII turned the net buyer to 269.36 rupees.
Revenue for the third quarter of today
Axis Bank, SBI Cards and Payment Services, HDFC Asset Management Company, Deepak Nitrite, Shriram Transport Finance Company, Supreme Industry, Indian Energy Exchange, Ramco Cements, IndiaMART InterMESH and Zensar Technologies are companies announcing their December quarter results today. .. ..
Rupee: Friday’s Indian Rupee rose 8 Paisa and closed at 74.43 against the US dollar. This is due to oil price corrections and weak greenbacks against major rivals.
10-year bond: After trading in the range 6.59-6.62 on Friday, India’s 10-year bond rose 0.18% to 6.62.
call charges: According to RBI data, the weighted average of the call money rate on Friday night was 3.99%. It moved in the range of 2.10-4.65 percent.
Today’s Nifty: SGX Nifty fell 140 points.This is what changed in the market while you were sleeping
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/stocks/news/sgx-nifty-down-140-points-heres-what-changed-for-market-while-you-were-sleeping/articleshow/89083925.cms Today’s Nifty: SGX Nifty fell 140 points.This is what changed in the market while you were sleeping