This is the excerpts from my morning market view that is posted early in the morning in my blog. This is not a prediction or trading tip. This is an analysis of premarket macro narrative.
Pre market analysis: 24 June 2020
Global markets ended in positive territory yesterday
Flash Purchasing Manager’s Index for major economies show sharp rebound for June
Both FIIs & DIIs bought in the cash market yesterday
India China decided to deescalate tension
Global markets are still cautious amid second wave of virus
Global Markets: -Consolidation continues
Both European and US markets ended with gains but indices are still within the consolidation range. Safe haven asset US Dollar is drifting lower that made Japanese yen and gold gain against USD. Emerging market currencies and High yield bonds were in sideways consolidation phase while Asia emerging market equity ETFs rose again yesterday. Volatility index is cooling off further.
ASIAN Markets this morning: - Consolidation
Most of the Asian markets opened the day with gains and started drifting lower. They are still trading in positive territory. SGX Nifty is trading flat at around 10450 levels after touching high of 10530.
There are no major regular economic data to be released today
India : Catching up with global market
Both DIIs and FIIs bot yesterday in the cash market but in smaller quantity. Overall volumes in both Nifty50 stocks and Nifty500 stocks were down for the second day. The advance decline ratio was very bullish. 1030 stocks advanced in NSE as against 377 stocks that declined. There are no signs of profit booking yet from DIIs or FIIs. Indian markets which lagged behind other developed markets in the recent rally is trying to catch up at last.
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