The benchmark index of BSE slumped on week ended Friday by 316.41 points to settle below 33K mark to 32,832.94 following the worries on the country’s fiscal deficit
and global risk aspects such as rising crude prices. The NSE too slipped by 104.75 points to 10,121.80.
In economic front, India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth recovered to 6.3% in quarter ended Sept 2017 from a low of 5.7% recorded in the previous quarter ended June 2017.
Week Ahead Expectations: The result of the RBI monetary policy meeting, Global markets, FPIs & DIIs investment volume coupled with Rupee v/s Dollar movement and crude oil price will be some of the factors to dictate the market trend on next week.
The RBI’s monetary policy committee will meet on 5th and 6th December 2017 for the fifth bi-monthly monetary policy decision for the fiscal 2018.
The Gujarat elections will also be expected to get triggered markets directions next week.
In the primary market, hospital operator Shalby Limited is seeking to raise up to Rs 4.8 billion by selling IPO in a price range of Rs 245 to 248 which will be open for subscription between December 5 & 7 December 7.
Meanwhile, Indian logistics Service Future Supply Chain Solution’s IPO to raise up to Rs 6.5 billion will open next week, adding to what has been a record year for IPO sales in the country. The offer will be open for subscription from December.6 to 8, as per notice.