The benchmark BSE index up 0.46 percent, while the broader NSE index is 0.40 percent higher, on value buying after hitting two-week closing low on Wednesday.
The partially convertible rupee at 61.82/83 versus previous close of 61.75/76 per dollar, on broad dollar strength after ECB cancels Greek funding. However, gains in shares keep the fall limited.
India’s benchmark bond yield down 2 basis points at 7.70 percent, as oil prices remains low which would help keep domestic inflation lower.
The benchmark five-year rate down 1 basis point at 6.98 percent, while the one-year rate flat at 7.66 percent.
India’s one-day cash rate rise at 7.75/7.80 percent versus previous close of 6.90/7.00 percent. (Compiled by Dipika Lalwani)