India’s benchmarks are set to open lower on Tuesday as reported by Nifty Futures traded on the Singapore Exchange. Nifty Futures on the Singapore Exchange called SGX Nifty Futures fell 111 points or 0.7 percent to 16,088.
Benchmark scores changed sharply in the last hour of trading on Monday, with the Sensex falling to 86.61 points after three days of gains amid heavy -duty stocks. IT and vulnerabilities in global markets.
The 30-share BSE benchmark declined to 86.61 points or 0.16 percent to sit at 54,395.23. On the day, it fell by 391.31 points or 0.71 percent to 54,090.53.
The NSE Nifty broad average is 4.60 points or 0.03 percent to replace 16,216.
Here are the things to know before the market opens on Tuesday:
Most Asian markets trade low. Japan’s Nikkei fell 1.71 percent, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng declined 0.7 percent, South Korea’s KOSPI fell 1.15 percent and Taiwan Weighted fell 2.11 percent.
Wall Street returned in the fall Monday to begin a week full of updates on how poor inflation is and how the economy is getting better.
The S&P 500 fell 1.2 percent and accounted for most of its gains from last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5 percent, and the Nasdaq composite fell 2.3 percent.
Small business costs are one of the biggest losers, with the Russell 2000 index down 2.1 percent, as concerns about access to dog markets continue. The highest increase in four years requires the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, which would put pressure on the economy and bring down all forms of investment.
Parts of the economy are slowing down, while the labor market is still hot.
Fragrance Oil and Commercial Gold
U.S. crude oil Benchmark fell 70 cents in August to $ 104.09 a barrel on Monday. The Brent price for September shipping rose 8 cents to $ 107.10 a barrel.
Gold for August shipping fell $ 10.60 to $ 1,731.70 an ounce. Money for September supply fell 11 cents to $ 19.13 an ounce and September copper fell 9 cents to $ 3.43 a pound.
The currency rose to 137.32 Japanese yen from 136.18 yen. The Euro fell to $ 1.0063 from $ 1.0173.
Flow of foreign lands
Foreign investors on Monday sold shares for Rs 171 crore and domestic investors sold shares for Rs 297 crore.
The rupee depreciated by 19 paise to close its new life low of 79.45 against the US currency on Monday amid widespread demand and foreign currency flows.
However, falling oil prices on the world market curbed the loss for the rupee, which produced the third straight season of decline.
On the interbank forex market, the local team opened weakly at 79.30 against the greenback and saw an intra-day high of 79.24 and a low of 79.50.
Spicejet: SpiceJet officer Ajay Singh has been arrested here for defrauding a businessman on the grounds of giving him business pieces, police said on Monday.
Plaintiff Amit Arora said Singh had deceived others in the same way.
According to the lawsuit, the SpiceJet chief and the administrator gave him a false false statement (DIS) of 10 lakh for the services provided by Arora to him.
HCL Tech, Delta Corp, Anand Rathi WealthSterling and Wilson, Trident Texofab and Goa Carbon will consider whether they will report their June earnings later in the day.
HFCL: The company received a total purchase order of Rs 59.22 crores, from one of the country’s leading mobile phone operators for providing services to run their Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Network and Long Distance Fiber Network in the form of Telecom Circles.
Satin Creditcare: The board of the company has agreed to raise Rs 5,000 crore through non -convertible debentures.