By Aditya Raghunath
Investing.com — Early cues indicate that and the are likely to open in the green today. in Singapore are up 1.25% as of this report, and this indicates a gap up opening for Indian markets.
However, market analysts have advised investors that the markets are expected to be volatile this week and that is advisable to buy on dips. Technical indicators point to a bear grip on the markets, and unless Nifty crosses the 16,540 level, the bear stance will likely continue.
India’s fifth-largest cement maker Nuvoco Vistas Corporation is scheduled to list today, and by all indications, it will be a weak listing.
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold over Rs 4,300 crore of Indian equities last week as they look to safer havens after the US Fed said it would start tapering. The rupee has dropped to Rs 74.39 against the US dollar. This is also a consequence of the Fed’s taper talk.
Asian markets are all trading in the green as of this report with up 1.72%, up 1.37% and the up 1.1%.
As of this report, are up 0.32%, are up 0.31% and are up 0.36%.
has continued to fall as COID-delta cases continue to rise around the world. Crude oil is now below $63.