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EQUITY MARKET ROUNDUP

11 December 2019 Today 12 December 2019 Change
Nifty Fifty 11910.15 11971.80 61.65
Sensex 40412.57 40581.71 169.14
Nifty MidCap 100 16635.80 16771.50 135.70
Nifty SmallCap 100 5578.60 5604.85 26.25
Sensex P/E (Trailing) 28.42 28.59 0.17
Nifty Fifty P/E (Trailing) 27.76 27.90 0.14
Nifty MidCap 100 P/E (Trailing) 24.29 24.49 0.20
Nifty SmallCap 100 P/E (Trailing) 62.36 62.65 0.29

DEBT MARKET ROUNDUP

(Weighted average yeild) 11 December 2019 12 December 2019 Change
Call Rates call rates 5.00 4.95 -0.05
Repo 4.67 4.61 -0.06
TREP 4.57 4.57 -
10 year G-Sec 6.9149 6.9632 0.0483
Market and Economy

F&O: Nifty negates lower highs and lows; supports shift higher

Nifty managed to hold the opening gap and formed a bullish candle on the daily chart.

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Telecom revenue falls 7% in 2018-19, says government

The adjusted gross revenue for the telecom service sector stood at ?1,44,681 crore in 2018-19 as against ?1,55,680 crore in 2017-18, thereby showing a decrease of 7.06%.The average revenue per user has come down from ?124.85 in 2017-18 to ?71.39 in March 2019

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SFBs need to widen deposit base by Rs 60,000 crore in 2 years: Report

Mumbai: Small finance banks (SFBs) have to garner at least Rs 60,000 crore in deposits over the next two years to support an asset growth of 30 percent and to maintain borrowings at 25 percent of liabilities, says a report. Total deposits of SFBs jumped 130 percent in FY19, leading to an increase in their share of deposits to 59.6 percent of non-equity liabilities in FY19. "SFBs need to ramp up their deposit base quickly to replace grandfathered loans and gradually build granular deposits," India Ratings said in a report on Thursday. The agency expects the share of granular deposits to continue to increase over the medium-term, aided by an increase in branches and banking points (to about 35,00 at end-FY19) and increase in deposit rates. Granular deposits, which are current and savings deposits and retail term deposits, accounted for 48 percent of total deposits in FY19 as against 42.5 percent in FY18. It said although the low-cost Casa deposits increased 76 percent to Rs 9,760 crore in FY19, the ratio has seen a decline to 19.2 percent, as traction in term deposits increased and savings deposits were converted to term deposits owing to the high rates offered by SFBs. Total borrowings of SFBs declined steadily over the last two years to Rs 31,500 crore in FY19 from Rs 34,000 crore and Rs 36,000 crore in FY17, with a substantial, albeit expected, decline in bank borrowings and debenture funding. Given the overall liquidity stress in short-term capital markets, elevated risk perception and risk aversion, especially for credits rated in the A category and below, SFBs might face challenges in tapping the capital markets, the report said.

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Budget 2020: Centre may announce increase in FPIs' debt limit to 10%

India seeks entry into global bond index

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At 11.2%, air pax growth returns to double-digits in November

The 12 domestic carriers including full-service carriers Air India and Vistara and budget carriers Indigo, Spicejet, Goair and AirAsia India together had flown 11.6 million passengers in November. The cumulative domestic passenger traffic in the January-November period of the current calendar year stood at 131.11 million up from 126.28 million in 2018.

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