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  • Shares snap 3-day gaining streak

    Key domestic benchmarks corrected on Friday, snapping their three-day rising streak. Weak global cues and rising COVID-19 cases in Indian triggered selling. RBI Governor's projection of a likely negative GDP growth in FY21 further impacted sentiment.

    The barometer S&P BSE Sensex fell 260.31 points or 0.84% at 30,672.59. The Nifty 50 index lost 67 points or 0.74% at 9,039.25.

    The Nifty opened lower at 9067.90, but firmed up ahead of RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das' media briefing at 10 am. Following the RBI announcement to extend moratorium, the Nifty corrected due to steep selling in banks shares. The index hit an intraday low of 8968.55 in mid-morning trade. The Nifty traded sideways with modest losses for most part of the day before ending above 9000 mark.

    In broader market, the S&P BSE Mid-Cap index shed 0.83% while the S&P BSE Small-Cap index slipped 0.23%. The market breadth was negative.

    Among the sectoral indices, the S&P BSE IT index (up 1.68%), the S&P BSE Healthcare index (up 0.43) and the S&P BSE Auto index (up 0.37%) outperformed the benchmark Sensex. The S&P BSE Finance index (down 3%), the S&P BSE Bankex (down 2.44%) and the S&P BSE Metal index (down 1.98%) underperformed the benchmark Sensex.

    COVID-19 Update:

    Total COVID-19 confirmed cases worldwide stood at 51,21,639 far with 3,33,323 deaths. India reported 66,330 active cases of COVID-19 infection and 3,583 deaths, according to the data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.

    RBI Decision:

    The Reserve bank of India (RBI) further extended the loan repayment moratorium for another three months up to 31 August. The EMI payments will restart only once the moratorium time period expires on 31 August.

    RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said that the GDP growth in India in 2020-21 is estimated to remain in the negative territory with a pick up in growth impulses in second half. However, these depend on the trajectory of the pandemic.

    The RBI also raised the group exposure limit of banks to 30% from 25% for a temporary period till 30 June 2021. Group exposure limit determines the maximum amount a bank can lend to one business house. The central bank relaxed rules governing borrowing by states to help them meet their own liabilities and expenditure requirements. In order to ease the pressures of bond redemption on states, rules governing withdrawal from consolidated sinking fund (CSF) have been eased. CSF is maintained by the state governments with the RBI as a buffer for repayment of their liabilities. This change in withdrawal norms will come into force with immediate effect and will remain valid till 31 March 2021.

    RBI Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) Friday unanimously decided to slash the Repo Rate by another 40 basis points to 4%. The interest rate decision was taken to revive growth and mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement came following a three-day off-cycle meeting of the MPC, held between 20 and 22 May 2020. These decisions are in consonance with the objective of achieving the medium-term target for consumer price index (CPI) inflation of 4% within a band of +/-2%, while supporting growth.

    The MPC is of the view that the macroeconomic impact of the pandemic is turning out to be more severe than initially anticipated, and various sectors of the economy are experiencing acute stress. The impact of the shock has been compounded by the interaction of supply disruptions and demand compression. Beyond the destruction of economic and financial activity, livelihood and health are severely affected. Even as various measures initiated by the government and the Reserve Bank of India work to mitigate the adverse impact of the pandemic on the economy, it is necessary to ease financial conditions further. This will facilitate the flow of funds at affordable rates and revive animal spirits. With the inflation outlook remaining benign as lockdown-related supply disruptions are mended, the policy space to address growth concerns needs to be used now rather than later to support the economy, even while maintaining headroom to back up the revival of activity when it takes hold.

    Numbers to Track:

    The yield on 10-year benchmark federal paper fell to 5.965% compared with previous closing of 6.034% in the previous trading session.

    In the foreign exchange market, the partially convertible rupee edged lower to 75.95 compared with its previous closing of 75.615.

    In the commodities market, Brent crude for July 2020 settlement was down $1.76 to $34.30 a barrel. The contract rose 31 cents or 0.87% to settle at $36.06 a barrel in the previous trading session.

    MCX Gold futures for 5 June 2020 settlement gained 1.21% to Rs 46,947.

    Global Markets:

    Shares in Europe and Asia tumbled after China published a draft law proposal that could spell the effective end of Hong Kong's special status, risking further civil disorder. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index plunged nearly 6%.

    China is poised to impose a new national security law on Hong Kong after months of anti-government protests in the territory. The move has sparked concerns the law will give Beijing more control over Hong Kong and incite further pro-democracy protests.

    Details of the draft legislation were announced Friday when China's National People's Congress (NPC) — the country's parliament — held its annual session. The laws would reportedly ban secession, foreign interference, terrorism and all seditious activities aimed at toppling the central government and any external interference in the former British colony.

    In US, Wall Street ended lower on Thursday, on a fresh wave of China-US tensions that raised doubts about the trade deal reached early this year between the world's two largest economies. The losses also came amid data that showed jobless claims reached 2.4 million for the week that ended on Saturday because of the coronavirus pandemic. The latest data pushed the figure's nine-week total to nearly 39 million, surpassing the 37 million Americans who filed for unemployment insurance during the 18-month Great Recession.

    Markets were on the back foot after the Senate passed a bill aiming to delist Chinese companies from American exchanges. Lawmakers and the White House have repeatedly raised concerns about US-listed firms that may be under Chinese government control or receiving capital from state funds.

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Flash News 28-Sep-2020
  •  ( 17:26) Most Asian shares end higher  
  •  ( 17:26) European markets rally as banks bounce  
  •  ( 16:25) Broader rally pushes Nifty above 11,200 mark  
  •  ( 15:57) L&T Technology Services to provide engineering services to US-based Tenneco  
  •  ( 15:27) SJVN bags investment approval from GOI for Himachal Pradesh projects  
  •  ( 15:02) Gulf Oil Lubricants India announces partnership with S-Oil Corporation of South Korea  
  •  ( 13:58) Lupin launches cholesterol control drug in the US  
  •  ( 13:43) CDEL confirms 'no negotiations' with TCPL on sale of vending machine business  
  •  ( 13:33) Asian markets mostly edge higher  
  •  ( 13:32) European shares rise across the board  
  •  ( 13:31) Metal shares rise for second day  
  •  ( 13:30) Sensex, Nifty at the high point of the day  
  •  ( 12:33) Ratnamani Metals & Tubes bags order worth Rs 216 cr in Carbon Steel division  
  •  ( 12:28) NSE India VIX cools off 2%  
  •  ( 11:20) Asian markets trade higher  
  •  ( 11:06) Deepak Fert. & Petro. plans to allot second tranche of FCCBs worth $15 million  
  •  ( 10:24) Nifty above 11,150  
  •  ( 10:23) Markets at intraday high  
  •  ( 10:04) Ugro Capital gets corporate agency license from IRDAI  
  •  ( 09:50) Surya Roshni bags order worth Rs 273 cr from Gail and Indradhanush Gas Grid  
  •  ( 09:49) Thomas Cook (India) withdraws buyback proposal  
  •  ( 09:24) Strong market breadth  
  •  ( 09:23) Market drifts higher in early trade  
  •  ( 09:23) Premier Explosives hits the roof on receiving arms licence  
  •  ( 09:22) Sequent Scientific completes sale of investments held in Strides Pharma  
  •  ( 08:24) Asian stocks rise  
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