USD/INR closed at 69.68 against its opening of 69.55.
Sensex closed at 39,113, up 66 points, Nifty ended absolutely flat at 11,691.
India’s retaliatory tariffs on 28 US products comes into effect.
China to maintain anti-dumping tariffs on U.S. distillers grains.
U.S., China rekindle trade talks ahead of Trump-Xi G20 meeting.
Dollar near two-week high before Fed as dovish ECB supports.
The Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) two-day policy decision is due today.
Asian shares climb, wager all on dovish Fed, trade hopes revive.
Japan says G20 summit to debate trade including WTO reform.
Oil climbs over $1/bbl on U.S.-China trade deal hopes, Mideast tensions.
OPEC, non-OPEC to meet next on July 1-2 - OPEC website.
Gold inches lower as trade optimism, dovish ECB lift equities.
France plans to scrap 1 billion euros of tax breaks for companies.
Japan exports slide for sixth month as trade troubles knock demand, weaken outlook.
U.S. government posts $208 billion deficit in May.
UK PM candidate Johnson: Britain must leave EU by Oct. 31 or pay the price.
India doubles import quota for pulse imports: minister.
Putin says Russia-U.S. relations are getting worse and worse.
USD/INR closed at Rs 74.12 against its open Rs 74.29.Dollar ended at down Thursday on selling by foreign banks along with exporters after Economic Affair Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said the government is still open to issue NRI bonds, if needed.
Adding to this, the government would not ask oil companies to share the increase in subsidy burden owing to cut in excise duty cut.The greenback weakened against its major peers tracking a softening in US Treasury yields as investors fear a strong US inflation print due later today, which may lead to further rate hike by Fed.
Global equities are facing serious declines, after Wall street suffered its worst fall since Feb this year. Carnage is seen across the markets. Influencers like aggressive Fed rate hikes going ahead, IMF forecasted slowing global growth, trade tensions are taking a toll on global equities. In all, harsh pounding of equities will be seen here today, unless some actual visible measures are brought out by RBI/Govt machinery to counter the declines."
Sensex ends 750 points lower, Nifty below 10,250.
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