EQUITY MARKET OVERVIEW
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Investor sentiments that were weak post budget presentation, improved this week with lower than expected WPI and CPI data coming in much better than expected. Though both the inflation figures seem to be cooling off, we do not expect RBI to start cutting interest rates in a hurry as the Southwest monsoon so far continues to be deficient.
It is true that of late, the monsoon activity has picked up but these are still early days and a rate cut can only be expected in October- November when the situation is clearer.
The week was also marred by the shooting down of Malaysian airline passenger liner over Ukraine raising worries about global geopolitical risks. However in India, the advancing monsoon and lowering of inflation were strong enough reasons for the markets to move up by about 2.7%.
Out of the results declared last week, TCS results were better than expected and were reason enough for the investors to take a look at Software stocks once again.
In the coming week, the market is likely to be range bound and more dependent on global cues and quarterly result announcements
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