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Markets can Fluctuate as Investors look at GDP Data; Banks Focused on Airlines


Mumbai: Markets are likely to go awry on Monday, with SGX Nifty trends suggesting a soft opening for Indian position indices. On Friday, the Nifty ended 15,435.65, up 97.80 points or 0.64% and the BSE Sensex ended with 51,422.88, up 307.66 points or 0.60%.

As the Central Statistics Office (CSO), technical forecasts on FY21’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth from 0.4% to 3.5% growth, as the Central Statistics Office (CSO), will release its GDP figures for the quarter of March and the whole year on Monday.

Loans under the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS), previously allocated to sectors such as textiles and automobiles, can now be used by airlines and hospitals until September 30 or by the issuance of tr 3 trillion guarantees, the Treasury said in a statement. Payment under the scheme will be allowed until December 31.

Among the key companies, Aurobindo Pharma, Honeywell Automation, Narayana Hrudalaya, Shilpa Medicare, Jamna Axuto Industries, Marksans Pharma, Kolte Patil Developers, and Chemcon Specialty Chemicals will announce the results for the March quarter today.

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Mahindra and Mahindra (M&M) reported a combined profit of 3 163 crores in the quarter ended March, following its decision to remove 849.5 crores of significant long-term investment, mainly from foreign companies. It reported a loss of 3,255 crores in the last quarter.

On Friday, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) fined ₹ ten crore fines to private equity lenders HDFC Bank Ltd for selling car tracking equipment to its car loan customers.
Asian stocks rose sharply on Monday in world markets, seeking to extend their latest rally in the third week if U.S. job statistics show an expected return on employment in May and keep global recovery on track.

MSCI’s broad index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was strong, as it collected 2.2% last week. On the other hand, the Nikkei of Japan was flat.

Markets in the U.S. and U.K. are closed for the holidays, but futures are still trading in Asia, with Nasdaq up 0.2% and the S&P 500 up 0.1%.

This week’s most significant event will be for U.S. workers on Friday, the ordinary people’s projections will reach 650,000, but the result is uncertain following April’s impressive 266,000 profit. That April figure was nearly 750,000 below the forecast, which is the largest “miss” in the series’s history.

The Federal Reserve next convenes on June 16, and this week will be the last opportunity for members to discuss policy before the June 5 power outage begins.

So far, investors have taken the Fed by saying that the labor market needs a lot of development before discussing photography. That helped yield on U.S. 10-year notes drop by 1.58% on Friday, as high-level inflation data becomes forecasting.

U.S. economic performance can significantly exacerbate the country’s trade deficit and add to its need for foreign funding due to the already severe budget deficit.

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The dollar index stood at 90.062, close to five months low. The euro was stable at $ 1.2190, except a four-month high of $ 1.2266 hit last week. The dollar has gone well in the Japanese yen as investors borrow money at meager prices to buy high-yielding goods. The dollar ended at 109.93 yen after a two-month high of 110.19 last week.

The Chinese yuan gained 1.7% so far in May, trading at three-year highs and broke the 6.4 psychologically important level in each dollar.

Oil prices were tight after earning more than 5% last week to close the two-year deadline as hopes of a return to global demand exceeded concerns over additional imports from Iran once sanctions were lifted.

All eyes command be on Opec this week as it revises its supply chain, and any suggestions for an increase in emissions could lower prices. Brent added 21 cents to $ 68.93 a barrel, while U.S. crude increased 26 cents to $ 66.58

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