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2022-08-10 WEDNESDAY

Stocks dipped in Asian Market opening trades today, following a Wall Street retreat and caution ahead of US inflation data that will shape investor expectations for further Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes. An Asia equity gauge dropped, dragged lower by declines in technology stocks. Chinese shares wavered as traders evaluated slower-than-anticipated consumer and factory inflation in the world’s second-largest economy. US contracts fluctuated following a drop in the S&P 500 for a fourth session. Treasury yields and a dollar gauge were steady, crude oil hovered above $90 a barrel, and both gold and Bitcoin were on the back foot. A report later today, is expected to show headline US consumer-price inflation cooled but stayed elevated in July, while the core reading may have quickened on an annual basis. How the figures affect views on Fed tightening will be key for risk sentiment. In currencies today, the Japanese yen was at 135.05 per dollar, down 0.1%. The euro was up by 0.03% at $1.0214. The pound was almost flat at $1.2081. The offshore yuan was at 6.7590 per dollar, down 0.1% The Indian rupee opened stronger with a gap of 10 paise at 79.56/57 against its previous session’s close of 79.66/67 and is expected to trade between 79.40– 79.80 band today.
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INR Rates

Symbol   Bid  ASK
USD79.25 79.26
GBP95.31398 95.34568
EUR80.70028 80.73197
JPY0.58225 0.58238
CHF81.14888 81.18213
AUD54.3338 54.34965
SGD56.66381 56.70435
CAD61.18746 61.20636
NZD49.0716 49.1033
*Closing Rates on : 2022-07-09

Stock Indices

IndexPointsChange
BSE Sensex58805.21-47.86
S&P CNX Nifty17527.552.45
NASDAQ13008.165-150.996
HangSeng19610.84-392.6
DJ IA31097.9756.84
DAX13569.2134.24
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