May 21, 2013 / 7:16 AM / 5 years ago

SNAPSHOT-India stocks, bonds, rupee, swaps, call at 0707 GMT

    India's main BSE index falls 0.29 percent while the
broader NSE index is down 0.35 percent, heading for a
second day of decline. Analysts say some consolidation was due
in the domestic market after the BSE index rallied about 11
percent since mid-April due to strong foreign inflows. 
    The old 10-year bond yield flat at 7.34 percent, after
initially dropping to 7.31 percent, its lowest since Dec. 1,
2009. Strong demand from foreign investors at auction of unused
debt limits on Monday and expectations of open market operations
by the central bank are boosting demand for debt. Yields on the
new 10-year paper down 1 basis point at 7.15
    The partially convertible rupee marginally stronger at
55.04/05 per dollar compared with its previous close of 55.10/11
as dollar selling by exporters aids, while firmer Asian peers
also underpin sentiment. INR/

    The benchmark 5-year swap rate down 4 bps at 6.69 percent,
while the 1-year rate 4 bps lower at 7.03 percent.
    India's cash rate at 7.30/7.35 percent compared with 
7.25/7.35 percent at close on Monday. 
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