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Markets expect to have a flat opening; all eyes would be on RBI policy

Karan DSIJ / Article rating: 5.0

Indian markets are expected to the begin the session with modest gains, due to sombre cues from the Asian peers. However, how markets will end today’s session would chiefly depend on the outcome of Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) policy meet. As the retail inflation is well above the RBI’s comfort zone, street strongly believes that there won’t be any further rate cut.

D-Street is anticipating recovery

Karan DSIJ / Article rating: 5.0

Yesterday’s session proved to be Black Monday for the Indian markets as both Sensex and Nifty glided below their important psychological level of 37,000 and 11,000, respectively. However, the bulls on D-Street would attempt for revival on Tuesday, aided by the joyful mood amongst the global peers.

A gloomy beginning of August month

Karan DSIJ / Article rating: 5.0

The bulls finally halted its upward run as on July 31, 2020 post recording gains for six successive weeks. Last week, Nifty and Sensex descended by 120 points and 421 points, respectively. The fall of 4.51 per cent in the Bank Nifty acted as the biggest thorn in the flesh resulting into a market correction.