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2019-10-16 WEDNESDAY

It’s a relatively busy day ahead, with corporate earnings, economic data from the Eurozone, UK and U.S and Brexit in focus. On the geopolitical front, demand for the Dollar could rise should progress on Brexit negotiations hit a wall. Asian shares inched higher while sterling came off five-month highs in volatile opening trade today, as investors looked to whether Britain can secure a deal to avoid a disorderly exit from the European Union. Officials and diplomats involved in negotiations over the acrimonious divorce between the world’s fifth-largest economy and its biggest trading bloc said that differences over the terms of the split had narrowed significantly. The dollar itself was under pressure against a basket of six major currencies with its index hovering near three-week lows at 98.338. In currencies, the yen stood at 108.69 per dollar, compared to Tuesday’s low of 108.90. The euro was little changed at $1.1028 while the pound lost steam in Asia, falling 0.3% to $1.2752, as uncertainties remained on the Brexit deal. Onshore Chinese Yuan was at 7.0961.  The Indian Rupee opened marginally weaker by 05 paisa at 71.59/60 against its previous session’s close of 71.54/55 and is expected to trade between 71.30– 71.80 ranges today on weak local fundamentals.
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INR Rates

Symbol   Bid  ASK
USD70.915 70.925
GBP88.67212 88.70757
EUR78.52418 78.55255
JPY0.65601 0.6562
CHF71.58793 71.61685
AUD48.76825 48.78243
SGD51.62711 51.64591
CAD53.37172 53.38779
NZD45.20831 45.23668
*Closing Rates on : 2019-09-14

Stock Indices

IndexPointsChange
BSE Sensex38598.9992.9
S&P CNX Nifty1146435.7
NASDAQ7942.851100.517
HangSeng26664.28160.35
DJ IA27024.8237.44
DAX12665.9636.17
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