Indian equity markets down 0.01%.
Nifty down 6.85 pts and settle at 5290.50.
Sensex down 46.59 pts at 17383.39.
Bank Nifty up 68.45 pts at 10415.00.
European markets were up with FTSE up by 30.14 pts at 5601.29, CAC up by 38.34 pts at 3234.89 and DAX up 64.75 pts at 6481.03
Dow future down 7.00 pts at 12801.00.
SP/CS Composite-20 HPI y/y is 52.5M previous 52.9M
The Sensex ended at 17,399, down 31 points or 0.2% from the previous close. It had earlier touched a days high of 17,486 and a days low of 17,363. It opened at 17, 438.The Indian equity indices ended on a flat note with a slightly negative bias at the end of a choppy session, as investors digested monthly auto sales numbers, merchandise trade data and manufacturing PMI report. Investors were also influenced by global data points in the wake of Friday's stellar global rally that was sparked by announcement of measures to quell the euro zone debt crisis. After opening on a flat note, the Indian indices initially slipped in to red. However, the BSE Sensex and the NSE Nifty managed to rise marginally in the afternoon trade on the back of a rally in the European stocks. Markets across Europe gained after the debt plagued region's manufacturing PMI data came in ahead of consensus estimate.
However, stock indices in Spain and Italy reversed early gains to turn flat.ITC, Jindal Steel, Hero Motocorp, Tata Motors, Hindustan Unilever, TCS, Bajaj Auto, Power Grid and Cipla were the notable losers on the Sensex and the Nifty todayACC, DLF, Grasim, HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel, JP Associates, Cairn and Sterlite Industries were among the gainers on the Nifty india's exports fell 4.16% year-on-year to US25.68bn in May, while imports fell 7.36% year-on-year to US41.9bn, government data showed on Monday. In global action, Asian markets were mixed, with the key indices in Japan, South Korea China closing flat while that in Australia ended higher. Markets in Hong Kong were shut for a public holiday today the market breadth on the BSE was positive, 1807 stocks advanced and 1033 stocks Declined.
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Hindustan Unilever cuts its advertising spending to Rs. 2,635 crore in 2011-2012 against Rs. 2,764 crore in 2010-2011
Monsoonrains18 percent below average in week toJune27 reflecting a lull phase over oilseed-growing areas of central India
The growth of eight core sector industries picked up at 4.6 percent in May, from 2.2percentin April.
The final reading of HSBC's China manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for June Dropped to 48.2 from 48.4 in May, according to the final result of a survey by HSBC released on Monday
Factors to watch:
Rupee weakens to 55.90/ on dollar demand
Progress of rains/US storm impact on Oil Prices.
Low Bond yields expecting out of turn action by RBI?
Volatility ahead of FO expiry.
Government Rejig: Who will be the FM?
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