India call money-(closing)-06.80-06.90 pct Apr 4

Thu Apr 4, 2013 5:03pm IST

Apr 4 (Reuters), Call Money 1700 IST
                                         
    TIME(IST)    Market range
    OPEN         07.50-07.60
    0910         07.50-07.60
    0920         07.45-07.55
    0930         07.40-07.50
    0945         07.30-07.40
    1030         07.45-07.55
    1130         07.40-07.50
    1230         07.50-07.60
    1330         07.50-07.60
    1430         07.50-07.60
    1530         07.35-07.45
    1630         06.50-06.55
    1700         06.80-06.90
 
 
    OPEN       : 07.50-07.60
    HIGH       : 07.60
    LOW        : 06.50
    CLOSE      : 06.80-06.90    
    PVS CLOSE  : 06.70-06.75    
       
The indicative call rates are contributions from Andhra Bank,
AXIS Bank, Bank of America, Bank of Baroda,Canara Bank, J P
Morgan Chase, Citibank N.A., Corporation Bank, Credit Agricole
Bank, Indusind Bank, ICICI Bank, ICICI Securities, Jammu and
Kashmir Bank, Punjab National Bank, Standard Chartered Bank,
State Bank of India, Union Bank of India, ING Vysya Bank,HDFC
Bank, P&S Bank etc.
    For call money rates from individual Banks/FIs, double click
.
    For contributions contact Mumbai RRU (022) 61807222/33177222
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