Weak global cues depress equity indices

Weak global cues depress equity indices

Weak global cues depress equity indices

The Nifty50 index was 0.44 per cent down at the same time.

Unabated capital outflows by foreign funds and lower-than-expected quarterly numbers by InterGlobe Aviation and some other companies added to the wariness among investors, brokers said.

Markets ended in the negative zone on Friday on weak global cues as investors eyed the outcome of US-China trade talks, ahead of the US jobs report. It shuttled between 10,700.45 and 10,601.60 during the session. Another private sector bank, Axis Bank, rose 1.5 per cent. HDFC and HDFC Bank rose over 1 per cent.

Meanwhile, on a net basis, Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) sold shares worth Rs 578.92 crore while Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) too sold the shares to the tune of Rs 148.42 crore on Thursday, a provisional data showed.

On the NSE, the top gainers were Sun Pharma, Bharti Infratel and Tata Steel.

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Metal, bankex and PSU indices managed to end higher.

"Markets corrected on Thursday as the Nifty ended in the red for the second consecutive day".

"Macro data from the USA and Europe are struggling to meet lofty expectations", analysts at ANZ said in a note.The US dollar had erased all its 2018 losses in the past two weeks on expectations the Fed will continue to raise rates, even as other major central banks around the world, including the European Central Bank, take longer to reduce stimulus.

In Asia, Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 1.34 per cent, while Shanghai Composite Index went up 0.64 per cent.

The Indian equity markets were closed on Tuesday to observe Maharashtra Day. The mid-cap index fell 1.16 per cent while the small-cap finished lower by 0.84 per cent.

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