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Flat open, some buying likely

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | November 16, 2012 08:41 IST

Negative reports on the US economy continue. The US indices came tumbling for the fourth straight day. President Obama will discuss the fiscal cliff with Republican and Democratic leaders of Congress. Data on Thursday showed new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week.

There seems to be no sense of urgency in lapping up stocks as sentiment continues to be impacted by a host of global factors. World markets continue to depress and the start is set to be flat. Asian markets are inching higher and this could bring some respite from the selling witnessed in recent days.

Negative reports on the US economy continue. The US indices came tumbling for the fourth straight day. President Obama will discuss the fiscal cliff with Republican and Democratic leaders of Congress. Data on Thursday showed new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week.

Meanwhile, the eurozone has officially slipped into recession in the third quarter. Growth among the 17 euro countries was reported shrinking 0.1%. The change of guard in China saw Communist Party naming its next seven leaders.

Back home Oil marketing companies will be in focus as a Re 1/litre cut in petrol prices has been announced. In International news, BP agreed to pay $4.5bn in government penalties, Attorney General Eric Holder announced.

Indian market   % change
  Last close 1 day 3 mth YTD
Sensex 18,471 (0.8) 4.8 19.5
Nifty 5,631 (0.6) 5.3 21.8
BSE 100 5,668 (0.5) 6.1 23.3
BSE 200 2,297 (0.6) 6.3 24.1
CNX Midcap 7,940 (0.3) 8.9 29.9
BSE  Small Cap 7,192 0.3 9.3 29.6
BSE 100 Futs 5,690 (0.4) 5.3 -
Sensex Futs 18,679 0.0 - -
Developed market   % change
  Last close 1 day 3 mth YTD
Dow Jones 12,542 (0.2) (4.7) 2.7
Nasdaq 2,837 (0.3) (6.4) 8.9
S&P 500 1,353 (0.2) (3.7) 7.6
FTSE 5,678 (0.8) (2.7) 1.9
CAC 3,382 (0.5) (1.9) 7.0
DAX 7,043 (0.8) 1.4 19.4
Hang Seng* 21,150 0.2 5.9 14.7
Nikkei* 8,996 1.9 (1.1) 6.4
Emerging market   % change
  Last close 1 day 3 mth YTD
Shanghai Comp 2,018 (0.6) (4.5) (8.2)
Brazil Bovespa 56,279 (2.1) (3.3) (0.8)
Mexico Bolsa 40,574 (0.4) (0.5) 9.4
Kospi* 1,868 (0.1) (4.6) 2.3
Straits* 2,939 (0.2) (4.0) 11.1
* Markets are open
Institutional activity
(Rs cr) Cash F&O MTD YTD
FIIs - (1,618) 3,165 97,217
MFs 3 - (601) (15,776)
FIIs Prov. 46
MFs Prov. (382)
Commodities   % change
  Last close 1 day 3 mth YTD
Crude (US$/bbl) 85.5 0.0 (10.6) (13.5)
Gold (US$/oz) 1,714 (0.1) 6.1 9.6
Copper (US$/mt) 7,631 (0.0) 3.5 0.5
Aluminium (US$/mt) 1,943 (0.3) 8.2 (2.6)
Zinc (US$/mt) 1,929 0.2 8.3 5.6
Currency   % change
  Last close 1 day 3 mth YTD
Rs/US$ 54.69 (0.3) 1.8 (3.0)
US$/GBP 1.59

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