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India state government securities issued in 2018/19

The following are the details of Indian State Government Securities Issued for the year 2018/19. Auction Security State Notified Competitive Competitive Competitive Cutoff WtdAvg Date Amt* Bids Recd Bids Accepted Partial Yld Yld No. Amt* No. Amt* Allotment (%) (%) ------ -------- ------- -------- ------------- ----------- --------- ---- -----

RPT-India fwd/annualised dlr premia-(close)-Sep 25

Cash Spot Cash Tom Tom Next --------------------------------------------------------------- Bid/Ask Bid/Ask Bid/Ask (in IST) 1000 01.00/02.50 00.50/01.25 00.50/01.25 02.51% 02.51% 02.51% (Sep 24) 1000 01.00/02.50 00.50/01.25 00.50/01.25 02.52% 02.52% 02.52% --------------------------------

TABLE-India cenbank says reverse repo bids rise to 785.95 bln rupees

The Reserve Bank of India said on Wednesday it accepted all 69 bids for 785.95 billion rupees ($10.81 billion) at its one-day reverse repo auction held on Tuesday, through which it absorbs liquidity from the banking system. REPO DATE BIDS BIDS FIXED RECEIVED ACCEPTED RATE No. AMT (bln No. AMT (bln (%)

Morning News Call - India, September 26

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PRECIOUS-Gold inches down as dollar firms; Fed in focus

Gold prices nudged down early Wednesday on a firmer dollar, as investors waited for details of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day meeting that should give clues whether policymakers will raise interest rates for the third time this year.

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China says plots to disrupt ties with Pakistan will fail

Any plots to sow discord in China's ties with Pakistan will not prevail, the Chinese government's top diplomat said on Tuesday, as Beijing fends off criticism of its economic projects in Pakistan and a clampdown in China's western Xinjiang region.