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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, K'taka verdict keep indices on edge

Benchmark indices slipped on Thursday, hurt by financial stocks

SI Reporter  |  New Delhi 

Benchmark indices slipped on Thursday as oil prices hit their highest level since November 2014 on Thursday, with Brent crude touching $80 per barrel as supplies tighten and tensions with Iran simmer. The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 35,149, down 239 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,683, down 58 points. Back home, doubts whether the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) could prove its majority in the southern state of Karnataka also weighed on investor sentiment. State BJP president B S Yeddyurappa was sworn in as chief minister on Thursday morning even though his ...

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

Market at close   The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 35,149, down 239 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,683, down 58 points.

MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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MARKETS ON THURSDAY: Crude at $80/bbl, Ktaka verdict keep indices on edge

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Equirus on Exide Industries   We raise our FY19/FY20E standalone EPS by ~5% on expectations of higher growth and margin expansion driven by lower lead prices and operating leverage. While we remain positive on EXID, we revise our rating to ADD (from LONG) post the stock run-up over last three months. Our Jun’19 target price stands at Rs 281 (Mar’19 target of Rs 248 earlier) as we value the battery business at 22x Jun’19 EPS and insurance at Rs 46/share.

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RBI to the rescue with likely $15 billion bond-purchase to cap yields   Embattled investors in India’s government bond market are hoping to see the light at the end of the tunnel as the central bank comes to their rescue.   The RBI is likely to buy 1 trillion rupees ($15 billion) of securities in the current fiscal year, the survey showed, as authorities seek to cool yields and ensure a smooth passage for the government’s borrowing program. The first tranche is due Thursday. READ MORE

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