India’s benchmark stock index fell for the second day, led by industrial companies and lenders.
India’s 10-year bonds snapped an eight-day losing streak on speculation yields at a two-week high attracted investors.
India plans to increase raw sugar output to boost exports and ease a glut that’s sent prices to near a 19-month low in the world’s second-largest producer.
India’s 10-year bonds fell for a seventh day on concern outflows from local-currency debt may quicken after improving U.S. economic data fueled bets the Federal Reserve will cut monetary stimulus.
India’s rupee headed for its best week since October as the nation’s current-account deficit narrowed and on optimism the prospect of a win by the main opposition party in state elections will boost stock inflows.
Indian stocks retreated for a second day, led by industrial and consumer companies, amid speculation a rally in crude oil to a five-week high will stoke inflation.
India’s rupee weakened for a second day on concern costlier oil will boost the nation’s import bill, offsetting any benefit from a drop in gold shipments.
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India’s current-account deficit narrowed to the lowest level since 2010 as gold imports cooled, offering a potential boost for the nation’s currency.
India’s one-year interest-rate swaps were at a one-month low amid speculation cash supply in the banking system is improving as lending slows. Bonds were steady.