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10 things you need to know before the opening bell on September 30

Updated : 2019-09-30 07:32:58

Benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE’s Nifty 50 are set for a mixed start on Monday following muted sentiment in the global markets and ahead of the Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy decision later this week. At 7.30 AM, the SGX Nifty futures traded 10 points, or 0.09 percent, lower at 11,575, pointing to a mixed start for Indian shares.

Asian shares were off to a cautious start as investors looked to how Chinese financial markets will react to the news the US administration is considering delisting Chinese companies from US stock exchanges, reported Reuters. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped 0.11 percent while Japan's Nikkei shed 0.61 percent. US stock futures gained 0.24 percent in early trade, paring back almost a half of Friday's 0.53 percent fall in the index. (Image: Reuters)
Asian shares were off to a cautious start as investors looked to how Chinese financial markets will react to the news the US administration is considering delisting Chinese companies from US stock exchanges, reported Reuters. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped 0.11 percent while Japan's Nikkei shed 0.61 percent. US stock futures gained 0.24 percent in early trade, paring back almost a half of Friday's 0.53 percent fall in the index. (Image: Reuters)
Oil prices edged higher, rebounding from a two-week low in the previous session, although gains were checked by concerns about the outlook for the global economy, reported Reuters. US WTI crude futures rose 14 cents, or 0.3 percent to $56.05 a barrel. Brent crude futures rose 21 cents, or 0.3 percent, to $62.12 a barrel, having dipped as low as $60.76 a barrel on Friday when prices fell 1.3 percent. (Image: Reuters)
Oil prices edged higher, rebounding from a two-week low in the previous session, although gains were checked by concerns about the outlook for the global economy, reported Reuters. US WTI crude futures rose 14 cents, or 0.3 percent to $56.05 a barrel. Brent crude futures rose 21 cents, or 0.3 percent, to $62.12 a barrel, having dipped as low as $60.76 a barrel on Friday when prices fell 1.3 percent. (Image: Reuters)
Indian benchmark equity indices fell on Friday in line with losses in global markets. The Nifty 50 closed 0.51 percent, or 58.70 points, lower at 11,512.50, while the benchmark 30-share S&P BSE Sensex ended up 0.42 percent, or 164.48 points, at 38,825.26. (Image: CNBCTV18)
Indian benchmark equity indices fell on Friday in line with losses in global markets. The Nifty 50 closed 0.51 percent, or 58.70 points, lower at 11,512.50, while the benchmark 30-share S&P BSE Sensex ended up 0.42 percent, or 164.48 points, at 38,825.26. (Image: CNBCTV18)
The Indian rupee rose by 32 paise to close at a nearly two-month high against the US dollar on Friday as crude oil prices receded following reports that Saudi Arabia had agreed on a temporary ceasefire in Yemen. The rupee closed higher by 0.44 percent at 70.56 to the US dollar, a level not seen since August 2 when it had ended at 69.60. The rupee had opened weak and declined to the day's low of 70.93 in early trade due to a stronger dollar and losses in stock markets. (Image: IANS)
The Indian rupee rose by 32 paise to close at a nearly two-month high against the US dollar on Friday as crude oil prices receded following reports that Saudi Arabia had agreed on a temporary ceasefire in Yemen. The rupee closed higher by 0.44 percent at 70.56 to the US dollar, a level not seen since August 2 when it had ended at 69.60. The rupee had opened weak and declined to the day's low of 70.93 in early trade due to a stronger dollar and losses in stock markets. (Image: IANS)
Foreign investors infused a net Rs 7,714 crore into the domestic capital markets in September following a slew of economic reforms by the government. As per latest depositories data, FPIs poured in a net Rs 7,849.89 crore into equities and withdrew a net Rs 135.59 crore from the debt segment between September 3-27, translating into a cumulative net inflow of Rs 7,714.30 crore. Prior to this, foreign investors had pulled out a net Rs 5,920.02 crore in August and Rs 2,985.88 crore in July from the domestic capital markets (both equity and debt). (Image: Reuters)
Foreign investors infused a net Rs 7,714 crore into the domestic capital markets in September following a slew of economic reforms by the government. As per latest depositories data, FPIs poured in a net Rs 7,849.89 crore into equities and withdrew a net Rs 135.59 crore from the debt segment between September 3-27, translating into a cumulative net inflow of Rs 7,714.30 crore. Prior to this, foreign investors had pulled out a net Rs 5,920.02 crore in August and Rs 2,985.88 crore in July from the domestic capital markets (both equity and debt). (Image: Reuters)
The government set October 15 as the deadline for central PSUs to clear overdue payments to vendors and contractors as it looks to lift economic growth from six-year low by boosting expenditure. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said state-owned companies have also been asked to set up a portal by October 15 where service providers, vendors and contractors can track bills and payments so that liquidity crunch is mitigated. (File Photo: IANS)
The government set October 15 as the deadline for central PSUs to clear overdue payments to vendors and contractors as it looks to lift economic growth from six-year low by boosting expenditure. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said state-owned companies have also been asked to set up a portal by October 15 where service providers, vendors and contractors can track bills and payments so that liquidity crunch is mitigated. (File Photo: IANS)
India's forex reserves declined by $388 million to $428.572 billion for the week ended September 20 due to a slide in core currency and gold assets, the Reserve Bank said. The overall reserves had declined by $649 million to $428.960 billion in the previous reporting week. They had touched a life-time high of $430.572 billion in August this year. In the week to September 20, foreign currency assets, a major component of overall reserves, declined by $125 million to $396.670 billion, the RBI said. (Image: Reuters)
India's forex reserves declined by $388 million to $428.572 billion for the week ended September 20 due to a slide in core currency and gold assets, the Reserve Bank said. The overall reserves had declined by $649 million to $428.960 billion in the previous reporting week. They had touched a life-time high of $430.572 billion in August this year. In the week to September 20, foreign currency assets, a major component of overall reserves, declined by $125 million to $396.670 billion, the RBI said. (Image: Reuters)
The government may seek an interim dividend of about Rs 30,000 crore from the Reserve Bank of India towards the end of the financial year to meet its fiscal deficit target of 3.3 percent of GDP for 2019-20, PTI reported, citing sources. The assessment in this regard would be made in early January. Apart from the RBI dividend, there are other means of bridging any shortfall, including mop-up from disinvestment and higher utilisation of National Small Saving Fund (NSSF), noted PTI. (Image: IANS)
The government may seek an interim dividend of about Rs 30,000 crore from the Reserve Bank of India towards the end of the financial year to meet its fiscal deficit target of 3.3 percent of GDP for 2019-20, PTI reported, citing sources. The assessment in this regard would be made in early January. Apart from the RBI dividend, there are other means of bridging any shortfall, including mop-up from disinvestment and higher utilisation of National Small Saving Fund (NSSF), noted PTI. (Image: IANS)
The vehicle scrappage policy is likely to see stringent registration and fitness norms for pre-2005 manufactured vehicles, sources told PTI.
The vehicle scrappage policy is likely to see stringent registration and fitness norms for pre-2005 manufactured vehicles, sources told PTI. "The proposed policy may see the imposition of certain compliances like increased registration charges for private vehicles and increased fitness certification charges for transport vehicles... There may be provisions in the proposed policy to de-incentivise such vehicles," the sources added. Given the proposed stringent norms that include fitness certificate requirement every year for transport vehicles, a significant number of such vehicles will certainly opt for vehicle scrapping, they said. (Image: Reuters)
The government will soon constitute a working group on the proposed new industrial policy which is aimed at promoting emerging sectors, reducing regulatory hurdles and making India a manufacturing hub. The working group will rework on it and submit the same to the DPIIT. The group will have members from different government departments of the Centre and states, as well as from industry chambers, including the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). (Stock Image).
The government will soon constitute a working group on the proposed new industrial policy which is aimed at promoting emerging sectors, reducing regulatory hurdles and making India a manufacturing hub. The working group will rework on it and submit the same to the DPIIT. The group will have members from different government departments of the Centre and states, as well as from industry chambers, including the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). (Stock Image).
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