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19-07-2024 FRIDAY

Asian shares are set to end the week on a sour note, as uncertainty across the geopolitical landscape and in major economies added to headwinds for investors even as the global rate easing cycle gets under way. It has been a turbulent week in markets, with a tech sell-off sparked by deepening Sino-U.S. trade tensions, uncertainty over U.S. President Joe Biden\'s fate in the presidential race, disappointing Chinese economic data and a lacklustre third plenum outcome casting a shadow over the global mood. In the foreign exchange market, Tokyo\'s recent bouts of intervention also kept traders on edge. We could just be getting a taste of things to come. And that is more turbulence. The yen was a touch firmer at 157.31, helped by suspected bouts of intervention from Japanese authorities. The euro was last 0.02% lower at $1.0893, having fallen 0.4% in the previous session after the European Central Bank (ECB) kept rates on hold as expected but left the door open to a September cut as it downgraded its view of the euro zone\'s economic prospects. Sterling dipped 0.03% to $1.2942. The onshore yuan opened a touch weaker at 7.2626 per dollar.  . The Indian rupee opened marginally stronger at 83.63/64 against its previous session’s close of 83.65/66 and is expected to trade between 83.55 – 85.70 band today.
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INR Rates

Symbol   Bid  ASK
USD83.41 83.42
GBP105.76388 105.79724
EUR89.3905 89.42386
JPY0.52761 0.52764
CHF93.94076 93.9831
AUD55.17572 55.1924
SGD61.58901 61.61176
CAD60.67064 60.67506
NZD50.91346 50.92181
*Closing Rates on : 2024-06-18

Stock Indices

IndexPointsChange
BSE Sensex80604.65-738.81
S&P CNX Nifty24530.9-269.95
NASDAQ19705.094-94.049
HangSeng17417.68-360.73
DJ IA31097.9756.84
DAX18226.02-128.74
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