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Published on 26/04/2019 9:31:40 AM | Source: Angel Broking Pvt Ltd

Fundamental Outlook 26 April 2019 - INR, EUR, GBP by Angel Broking Pvt Ltd

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FUNDAMENTAL OUTLOOK

 Indian rupee

Indian Rupee depreciated by 0.57 percent yesterday while the Dollar Index increased by 0.58 percent. Spike in crude oil prices created high volatility in rupee. Meanwhile, RBI conducted the second phase of the rupee-dollar swap for $5billion for a period of three years.

Global worries ease off after optimistic comments by officials of both the countries over a possible trade deal between US and China. They have also scheduled additional meets between top officials in the next week as they approach the final rounds of their talks. The talks so far have focused on a range of issues including forced technology transfer, theft of intellectual property, as well as structural reforms. According to market reports, US FED is likely to purchase $300 billion in US government securities in open market post the normalization of balance sheet ends in September. Core durables goods data came in at 0.4 percent against market expectations of 0.2 percent for Mar’19.

USDINR is expected to depreciate in today’s session.

 

Euro

EURUSD depreciated by 0.85 percent yesterday while EURINR remained flat.

The European Central Bank is prepared to resume its money-printing program if needed to boost inflation in the euro zone but so far it has not discussed such an option. ECB has already bought 2.6 trillion Euros worth of bonds up till now. German business climate came in at 99.2 against market expectations of 99.2 for Mar’19.

EURINR is expected to move sideways in today’s session.

 

GBP

GBP declined against USD by 0.31 percent yesterday while GBPINR depreciated by 0.27 percent during the same time frame.

EU members are ready to provide extension till 31st Oct 2019. Also, Talks between PM May and Labour leader Corbyn came to no right end, stalling last week amid May holding on to her 'red lines' as Corbyn said. Conservatives have already tried to ousted May last December, and the rules state that they can't challenge her authority within the first year afterward, although rules can always be changed.

GBPINR is expected to move sideways in today’s session

 

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