Markets Are Likely To Open Lower On Weak Global Cues Amid COVID-19 Crisis


Sensex, Nifty Likely To Open Lower On Weak Global Cues

The Nifty futures had been buying and selling at 8,902, down 62 factors, on Singapore Stock Exchange

The fairness markets are prone to begin Wednesday’s session on a weak be aware, extending the losses of the earlier session, monitoring weak point in world indices. The SGX Nifty is buying and selling within the pink and Asian markets have additionally registered early losses, taking off from the in a single day battering in US markets.

The Nifty futures had been buying and selling at 8,902, down 62 factors, on the Singapore Stock Exchange round 07:30 hours IST. Asian markets had declined on the again of sharp losses within the oil markets in a single day. Shanghai composite was down 0.41 per cent, Nikkei 225 had misplaced 1.36% and Topix index had slipped 0.93 per cent in early buying and selling.

Wall Street tumbled for a second straight day on Tuesday as a collapse in U.S. oil costs and glum forecasts by corporations worsened fears of a deep financial downturn. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.67 per cent to finish at 23,018.88 factors and Nasdaq Composite dropped 3.48 per cent to eight,263.23.

The market members will hold a watch on oil costs, quarterly earnings and unfold of Covid-19 an infection within the nation, in keeping with analysts. India crossed a grim milestone to turn into the world’s 17th nation to document 20,000 Covid-19 instances and the useless toll had crossed 600.

Oil costs have discovered some respite this morning as US oil futures rose greater than 20 per cent and Brent costs steadied after a two-day value plunge, as markets battle with an enormous crude glut amid the coronavirus outbreak. West Texas Intermediate was up $2.05, or 18 per cent, at $13.62 a barrel and brent crude which settled down 24 per cent within the earlier session, was up four cents at $19.37 a barrel.

In information developments, Facebook purchased 9.99 per cent stake in Reliance Jio for $5.7 billion, making it the most important minority shareholder in Jio Platforms Limited.

The benchmark indices had ended with cuts of three per cent on Tuesday as oil market tumbled amid COVID-19 fears. The Sensex closed the day with a lack of 1,011 factors, or 3.20 per cent, at 30,636.71 whereas Nifty settled 280 factors, or 3.03 per cent, decrease at 8,981.45.



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