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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

Among the sectoral indices, the Nifty Auto index fell 2.6 per cent led by a sharp fall in Tata Motors.

SI Reporter  |  New Delhi 

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The benchmark indices ended around 0.5 per cent lower on Tuesday after the rupee hit a fresh low of 74.27 against the US dollar and the Asian shares hit 17-month lows.

The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 34,299, down 175 points, while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,301, down 47 points.

During the day, rupee erased its initial gains to hit a new record low of 74.27 against the US dollar on Tuesday after Brent crude breached the $84 a barrel-mark again and the American currency strengthened overseas. READ MORE

Among the sectoral indices, the Nifty Auto index fell 2.6 per cent led by a sharp fall in Tata Motors. The Nifty FMCG index, too, fell 2 per cent dragged by ITC.
 
Tata Motors hits near 7-year low

Shares of Tata Motors hit a near seven-year low of Rs 170.65 per share, down 19.8 per cent on the BSE in intraday trade on Tuesday, after the company-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) on Monday, reported a 12.3% year on year (YoY) decline in global sales at 57,114 units in September, hit by lower demand in China. The stock was trading at its lowest level since December 19, 2011, on the BSE. It eventually settled 13 per cent lower at Rs 184 on the BSE.

Investor sentiment was also dampened after the company announced the shutdown of its West Midland plant for two weeks due to weak global demand.

Global Markets

Asian shares hit 17-month lows on Tuesday as China allowed its currency to slip past a psychological bulwark amid recent losses in domestic share markets, a shift that pressured other emerging currencies.

The IMF added to the malaise by cutting forecasts of global growth for both this year and next, including downgrades to the outlook for the United States, China and Europe.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan went flat after ending Monday at its lowest point since May last year. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.3 per cent, hurt in part by a rise in the safe-harbour yen.

(with wire inputs)

MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

MARKET AT CLOSE The S&P BSE Sensex closed 175 points down at 34,299.47 while NSE's Nifty50 index dropped 47 points to settle at 10,301. 

MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

Gold nudges up on risk aversion amid China worries Gold prices edged higher on Tuesday as risk appetite fell, with Asian stocks slipping to 17-month lows amid concerns over a potential slowdown in China's economic growth.   Spot gold was up 0.2 per cent at $1,189.58 an ounce. On Monday, it fell 1.2 per cent, its biggest one-day percentage fall since Aug. 15, and also touched a more than one-week low of $1,183.19. US gold futures rose 0.4 per cent to $1,193.0 an ounce. READ MORE

MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

Govt denies media reports that OMCs might skip dividend payment this year   EconomiC Affairs Secretary S C Garg said in a Twitter post on Tuesday that media reports claiming state-run oil marketing companies might skip dividend payments to government were false. Some TV channels had earlier in the day reported citing sources that Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) were likely to skip their dividend payout for 2018-19, causing a hit of Rs 80-100 billion. Read More

MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

National Housing Bank raises cap on refinancing to Rs 300 billion   The National Housing Bank (NHB) on Monday enhanced the limit to refinance eligible housing finance institutions to Rs 300 billion for 2018-19 in the wake of the present liquidity position of the sector. For the present financial year, between July 2018 and June 2019, the NHB had initially set the refinance target at Rs 240 million. This refinancing is a “credit flow” to the housing finance companies facing liquidity crunch following a series of defaults by group of companies of IL&FS Ltd. Read More

MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

Market Check Index Current Pt. Change % Change   S&P BSE SENSEX 34,379.88 -94.50 -0.27   S&P BSE SENSEX 50 10,791.39 -33.93 -0.31   S&P BSE SENSEX Next 50 29,609.18 -273.36 -0.91   S&P BSE 100 10,507.32 -42.27 -0.40   S&P BSE Bharat 22 Index 3,221.50 -18.81 -0.58 (Source: BSE)

MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

IL&FS crisis: Microfinance sector likely to take a hit on cash crunch Growth in the microfinance sector might get constrained due to lack of capital, as banks have stared becoming selective in lending and non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) face liquidity squeeze following the IL&FS crisis. While bigger Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs) depend upon banks and money market to raise funds, mid and smaller MFIs depend on non-banking finance companies.   The series of defaults by Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) and its lending arm on financial instruments almost freezed the financing of NBFCs. READ MORE

First Published: Tue, October 09 2018. 08:06 IST
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MARKET WRAP: Sensex slips 175 pts as rupee falls; Tata Motors falls 13%

Among the sectoral indices, the Nifty Auto index fell 2.6 per cent led by a sharp fall in Tata Motors.

The benchmark indices ended around 0.5 per cent lower on Tuesday after the rupee hit a fresh low of 74.27 against the US dollar and the Asian shares hit 17-month lows.

The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 34,299, down 175 points, while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,301, down 47 points.

During the day, rupee erased its initial gains to hit a new record low of 74.27 against the US dollar on Tuesday after Brent crude breached the $84 a barrel-mark again and the American currency strengthened overseas. READ MORE

Among the sectoral indices, the Nifty Auto index fell 2.6 per cent led by a sharp fall in Tata Motors. The Nifty FMCG index, too, fell 2 per cent dragged by ITC.
 
Tata Motors hits near 7-year low

Shares of Tata Motors hit a near seven-year low of Rs 170.65 per share, down 19.8 per cent on the BSE in intraday trade on Tuesday, after the company-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) on Monday, reported a 12.3% year on year (YoY) decline in global sales at 57,114 units in September, hit by lower demand in China. The stock was trading at its lowest level since December 19, 2011, on the BSE. It eventually settled 13 per cent lower at Rs 184 on the BSE.

Investor sentiment was also dampened after the company announced the shutdown of its West Midland plant for two weeks due to weak global demand.

Global Markets

Asian shares hit 17-month lows on Tuesday as China allowed its currency to slip past a psychological bulwark amid recent losses in domestic share markets, a shift that pressured other emerging currencies.

The IMF added to the malaise by cutting forecasts of global growth for both this year and next, including downgrades to the outlook for the United States, China and Europe.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan went flat after ending Monday at its lowest point since May last year. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.3 per cent, hurt in part by a rise in the safe-harbour yen.

(with wire inputs)

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