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27-Jan-2020   17:46 Hrs IST Rupee slips for third day on Monday <p align="justify">Indian rupee continued to slip for the third consecutive session against the US dollar on Monday, following buying in the American currency by banks and importers. Traders remain worried with a private report indicating that the country's fiscal deficit for 2019-20 is expected to widen to 3.8% and the upcoming Budget may set a target of 3.5% for 2020-21. Traders also reacted negatively to private report that India's corporate and income tax collection for the current year is likely to fall for the first time in at least two decades, amid a sharp fall in economic growth and cut in corporate tax rates. The domestic currency was also weighed down by dollar's strengthen against some other currencies overseas along with sharp losses in the local equities. On the global front, euro fell on Monday as growing concerns over the potential economic damage from a fast-spreading coronavirus sapped demand for riskier assets. <p align="justify">Finally, the rupee ended at 71.44, 10 paise weaker from its previous close of 71.33 on Friday. The currency touched a high and low of 71.51 and 71.38 respectively. The reference rate for the dollar stood at 71.24 and for Euro stood at 78.69 on January 24, 2020. While the reference rate for the Yen stood at 65.04, the reference rate for the Great Britain Pound (GBP) stood at 93.50.</p>
27-Jan-2020   15:52 Hrs IST Call rates edge lower with start of second half of the reporting cycle <p align="justify">Interbank call rates, the rates at which banks borrow short-term funds from each other, were trading lower at 4.92% from its previous close of 4.96% on Friday, as demand ebbed on entering the second week of reporting cycle, since most of the banks must have already fulfilled their product requirements in order to avoid the volatility of call rates in the second half of reporting fortnight.</p><p align="justify">The overnight borrowing rates touched a high and low of 5.25% and 3.70% respectively. </p><p align="justify">According to the Clearing Corporation of India (CCIL), the weighted average rate (WAR) in the call money market was at 4.96% on Monday and total volume stood at Rs 66833.05 crore, so far.</p><p align="justify">As per CCIL data, WAR in the TREP (Triparty Repo) market was 4.98% on Monday total volume stood at Rs 180759.80 crore, so far.</p><p align="justify">The indicative call rates which closed at 4.96% on Friday, were contributions made from Andhra Bank, AXIS Bank, Bank of America, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Canara Bank, J P Morgan Chase, Citibank N.A., Corporation Bank, Credit Agricole Bank, IndusInd Bank, ICICI Bank, ICICI Securities, IDBI Bank, Jammu and Kashmir Bank, Punjab National Bank, RBS, Societe Generale, Standard Chartered, so far.<br></p>
27-Jan-2020   15:18 Hrs IST Bond yields trade lower on Monday
27-Jan-2020   14:31 Hrs IST NSE Corporate Bonds Trading report
27-Jan-2020   14:31 Hrs IST OTC trade data of government securities as on January 24
27-Jan-2020   11:53 Hrs IST Rupee weakens on strengthening of American currency overseas
24-Jan-2020   17:21 Hrs IST Rupee ends lower for second day against dollar
24-Jan-2020   15:44 Hrs IST Call rates edge higher at the end of first week of reporting cycle
24-Jan-2020   14:56 Hrs IST Bond yields trade lower on Friday
24-Jan-2020   14:49 Hrs IST OTC trade data of government securities as on January 23