Indian Markets May Trade High On Strong Global Cues As President Trump Agreed To Delay An Additional Increase In Tariffs On Chinese Goods
Indian markets may trade high today on strong global cues as President Trump agreed to delay an additional increase in tariffs on Chinese goods by two weeks. Overnight, U.S. markets rose as President Trump called for zero percent interest rates and China granted tariff exemptions for 16 types of American-made products as a sign of goodwill ahead of the next round of trade talks.
The Indian benchmark index Nifty, had made recent low of 10637 on 23rd August and is currently trading at 11076, thereby rising around 430 points. The Small Cap Index also has risen more than 500 points from its low of 5115 made on 23rd August. We expect Nifty to touch 11142 level, which is its two weeks high.
1. There has been lots of hope on GST council meeting scheduled on 20th September 2019.
2. RBI will announce its monetary policy on 30th Sep 2019 which can be another trigger for the market.
3. On 18th Sep 2019 US Federal Reserve will announce its monetary policy.
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Market continued to be positive yesterday. Top 5 major sectors were Metals and Mining (3.73%), Realty (3.04%), Automobiles & Auto Parts (2.89%), Fertilisers (2.64%) and Chemical (2.62%). Top 5 minor sector were Sugar (11.99%), Carbon (4.79%), Paper (4.67%), Telecom (3.62%) and Packaging (3.41%).
Top 5 companies were Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries (19.68%), Thirumalai Chemicals (18.44%), Dhampur Sugar Mills (17.44%), Butterfly Gandhimathi Appliances (17.13%) and Orient Paper & Industries (14.83%).
The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 129.74. The Bond has crucial support at 117.42 made on 5th Nov 2018. The US Dollar Index is trading at 98.625.
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