Sensex, Nifty extend losses for fifth straight week


BENGALURU: Indian shares closed decrease on Friday and prolonged losses for a fifth straight week, dragged by broad sectoral losses after the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) coverage assembly minutes flagged near-term inflation dangers.
Investors now await US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s speech later within the day.
The Nifty 50 index fell 0.62% at 19,265.80, whereas the S&P BSE Sensex shed 0.56% to 64,886.51.
The Nifty and Sensex misplaced 0.23% and 0.10%, respectively, for the week. The benchmarks had an identical five-week bear run in April-May 2022.
India’s inventory market is due a little bit of a breather and the bottom case is for consolidation to proceed additional, wrote Chris Wood, the worldwide head of fairness technique at Jefferies in his weekly e-newsletter – GREED & concern.
All 13 main sectoral indexes declined, with monetary companies and IT dropping 0.34% and 0.64%, respectively.
Oil-to-telecom conglomerate Reliance Industries misplaced 0.46% on Friday, and prolonged weekly losses to three.46%, its worst week in additional than 5 months.
The slide in home equities on Friday got here after the minutes of the RBI’s newest coverage assembly flagged near-term dangers to inflation as a result of a current spike in meals costs and a liquidity overhang within the banking system.
Investors now await Federal Reserve Chair Powell’s speech at an annual gathering of worldwide central bankers, due in a while Friday, for cues into the US central financial institution’s price trajectory. Asian markets edged decrease.
“Even if the market corrects in the near-term, equity return over the next 12 months is likely to remain healthy,” stated analysts at Anand Rathi.
Moody’s Investor Service reiterated the constructive outlook, saying that falling uncooked materials prices, regular demand and sustained authorities spending on infrastructure would assist Indian corporations’ earnings.
Among particular person shares, Bajaj Finance and Bajaj Finserv gained 1.04% and a pair of.40%, respectively, after world brokerage Nomura reiterated its constructive view on the 2.

Nilesh Desai
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