SNAPSHOT-India stocks, bonds, rupee, swaps, call at 0725 GMT

Thu Mar 21, 2013 1:04pm IST

Stocks

   

STOCKS  
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    The BSE index is up 1.02 percent and the broader NSE index
is 1.06 percent higher as recent underperformers such as Bharti
Airtel and ICICI Bank gain. 
    
    GOVERNMENT BONDS 
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    India's benchmark 10-year bond yield rises
as much as 3 basis points (bps) to 7.95 percent, its highest
since Jan. 4. It is up 2 bps at 7.94 percent. 
    
    RUPEE    
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    The partially convertible rupee at 54.28/29 per dollar
compared with 54.36/37 at close on Wednesday. 
           
    INTEREST RATE SWAPS  
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    The one-year rate up 1 bp at 7.54 percent and the five-year
OIS rate 4 bps higher at 7.24 percent. 
    
    CALL MONEY 
    --------------------           
    India's overnight cash rate at 7.70/7.75 percent versus the
previous close of 7.65/7.70 percent. 
    
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 (Compiled by Manoj Dharra)
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