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  • US Stocks end marginal higher

    The US stocks were slightly higher in choppy trade on Wednesday, 07 April 2021, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 finishing edge above neutral line, while the Nasdaq Composite Index settled down after hovering near unchanged.

    The Wall Street eked-out marginal gain as the Federal Reserve released minutes from its most recent meeting showed that the central bank remains committed to supporting markets and the economy. However, market gains capped as many market participants remained reluctant to make significant moves amid question the ability to hold off on a rate hike for as long as the Fed has stated.

    At the close of trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average index added 16.02 points or 0.05% to 33,446.The S&P 500 was up 6.01 points or 0.15% to 4,080. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index fell 9.54 points or to 0.07% 13,689.

    Most of sectoral indices closed mixed, with Consumer discretionary sector rose 0.72%, information technology sector added 0.54%, energy sector added 0.44%, financials sector added 0.41%, and real estate sector rose 0.15%, while materials sector fell 1.75%, industrials sector fell 0.44%, healthcare sector fell 0.24%, consumer staple sector fell 0.07%, and utilities fell 0.12%.

    ECONOMIC NEWS: The Commerce Department released a report showing the trade deficit widened to $71.1 billion in February from a revised $67.8 billion in January.

    Fed Sees Improvement In Growth But Unlikely To Change Ultra-Loose Monetary Policy Anytime Soon

    The minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy meeting indicated the central bank is unlikely to change its ultra-loose monetary policy anytime soon. Although participants in the March meeting acknowledged the improvement in the medium-term outlook for real GDP growth and employment, they continued to see the uncertainty surrounding that outlook as elevated. The minutes showed most participants still viewed the coronavirus pandemic as posing considerable risks to the economic outlook.

    New more-contagious virus strains, obstacles in getting sufficient numbers of the public vaccinated, or social-distancing fatigue were among the risks cited by the participants. "However, given the resilience of the economy in the face of the earlier surge in new COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths and the magnitude of fiscal support enacted, the downside risks to the economic outlook were seen as smaller than for the previous projection," the Fed said.

    With measures of the economy still below pre-pandemic levels, the Fed reiterated that it would likely be "some time" before the central bank considers changing its monetary policy stance. The minutes said members expect to maintain an accommodative stance of monetary policy until the Fed's goals of maximum employment and inflation moderately above 2 percent for some time are achieved.

    The minutes also highlighted the recent increase in longer-term Treasury yields, which was attributed to increased investor optimism about the economic outlook and expectations of higher Treasury debt issuance.

    Meanwhile, Fed members now expect U.S. GDP to soar by 6.5 percent in 2021 compared to the 4.2 percent spike forecast last December. The forecast for the pace of growth in core consumer prices, which exclude food and energy prices, was also upwardly revised to 2.2 percent from 1.8 percent. In its accompanying statement, the central bank acknowledged that indicators of economic activity and employment have turned up recently. Nonetheless, the median forecast from Fed members predicts interest rates will remain at current levels through 2023.

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Flash News 15-Apr-2021
  •  ( 16:34) Wipro Q4 PAT rises 28% YoY to Rs 2972 cr  
  •  ( 15:56) Tinplate Company of India Q4 PAT up 107.04% Y-o-Y to Rs 56.15 cr  
  •  ( 15:38) 5paisa Capital raises capital of Rs 250.87 cr via preferential issue & warrants  
  •  ( 15:37) Sensex rises 259 pts, Nifty ends near 14,600  
  •  ( 15:14) Hero MotoCorp expands its digital outreach to enhance customer convinience  
  •  ( 13:43) India VIX jumps 4.22%; Asian stocks trade mixed  
  •  ( 13:42) The Nifty index hovers tad below 14,450 mark; weak market breadth  
  •  ( 13:40) Indices extends modest losses amid rising COVID-19 cases  
  •  ( 12:45) Tata Motors Q4 FY20 global wholesales up 43% Y-o-Y to 3.30 lakh units  
  •  ( 12:27) Nifty reclaims 14,400 mark  
  •  ( 12:27) Market breadth weak  
  •  ( 12:26) March 2021 WPI at 7.39%  
  •  ( 12:24) L&T Infotech appoints Anil Rander as the new CFO w.e.f Apr. 14  
  •  ( 11:46) NMDC hikes prices of Lump Ore and Fines from Apr. 14 onwards  
  •  ( 11:04) L&T bags significant deals across multiple business segments in Q4 FY21  
  •  ( 10:32) Infosys consol. Q4 PAT down 2.3% Q-o-Q to Rs 5,076 cr  
  •  ( 10:04) The SC of Queensland rules in favour of UPL arm filed by UK-based funder  
  •  ( 10:04) The SC of Queensland rules in favour of UPL subsidiary filed by UK-based funder  
  •  ( 09:48) Tata Metaliks Q4 PAT declines 2.7% YoY to Rs 74.99 cr  
  •  ( 09:29) Exide Industries makes an additional investment of Rs 39.99 cr in subsidiary  
  •  ( 09:21) Market nudges higher in early trade; breadth positive  
  •  ( 08:25) Asian stocks trading mixed  
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