May 6, 2013 / 4:15 AM / in 5 years

SNAPSHOT-India stocks, bonds, rupee, swaps, call at 0405 GMT

    India's main share index up 0.20 percent and the broader
50-share NSE index is 0.12 percent higher, tracking regional
shares. Traders say the focus will now shift to the monsoon in
the country and the flow of global funds after key central banks
committed to an easy monetary policy. 
    India's benchmark 10-year bond yield down 1 basis point (bp)
at 7.73 percent as the OMO announcement was largely discounted
by the market, which was disappointed over the central bank's
statement that there was little room for further policy easing.
    The partially convertible rupee at 53.84/85 per dollar
versus its previous close of 53.935/945, taking cues from firm
Asian currencies trading versus the dollar. Senior dealer says
equity flows expected in the coming days with Jet Airways
selling stake to Etihad, Unilever's open offer for Indian unit.

    India's benchmark five-year swap rate is up 2 bps at 6.91
percent and the one-year swap rate up 2 bps at 7.22 percent.
    India's cash rate is at 7.25/7.35 percent compared with
Friday's close of 7.10/7.20 percent. It ended at 7.20/7.25
percent in illiquid trade on Saturday. 
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