Wednesday, 19 June 2024
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Sensex gains 100 points, Nifty hits 22,550

  • Australia’s equity benchmark increased, but South Korea’s and Japan’s stocks opened down.
  • On Wednesday, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and Bank Indonesia plan to maintain their current rate policies.
  • On Thursday, it is anticipated that South Korea’s central bank would remain unchanged.

Asia stocks dropped following the S&P 500’s record high, just in front of Nvidia Corp.’s earnings release—a metric that traders use to assess how long the bull market will last. Australia’s equity benchmark increased, but South Korea‘s and Japan’s stocks opened down.

Hong Kong futures suggested marginal increases. This year, the S&P 500 set a record 24 times, and the Nasdaq 100 also reached a high when Nvidia outperformed its earnings, which are scheduled for release later today.

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When assessing if the current market run can be sustained and whether a more inclusive market rise is possible, Nvidia’s performance will be crucial. On Wednesday, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and Bank Indonesia plan to maintain their current rate policies. Later in the day, the Federal Reserve will also issue the minutes of its most recent meeting. On Thursday, it is anticipated that South Korea’s central bank would remain unchanged.

Treasuries remained stable, while the dollar saw no movement following a rally in global bonds on the most recent indication that developed countries are beginning to control inflation. On Wednesday morning, Australian yields were unchanged.

Due to Singapore’s holiday closure, trading in Asia is probably going to be lower. While oil fell after an industry study revealed a spike in stocks, gold, silver, and copper all stabilized around recent highs.

According to strategists at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., investors in stocks are anticipating a surge in volatility, and forthcoming events like Nvidia‘s earnings announcement might make any changes worse. Last week, the bank’s gauge of risk appetite reached its highest point since 2021 thanks to optimism about monetary policy and economic growth. According to Andrew Slimmon of Morgan Stanley, the markets are currently experiencing “fear” as part of the current cycle.

After briefly falling into the red on Wednesday, Indian benchmark indices were now trading in the green. A 17.82% YoY increase in revenue from operations to ₹641.7 crore from ₹544.6 crore in the same time last year was announced by DB Corp, along with a 198.78% YoY surge in net profit to ₹122.5 crore in Q4 of 2015.

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