Rise with India: What's hot on November 26 – ET Now



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Key Highlights

  • Tarsons Products IPO Listing

  • PM Modi to address Constitution Day programme at Central Hall of Parliament

The Indian equity market is expected to open lower Friday tracking weakness in Asian peers amid concerns over fresh COVID wave in many countries. The trends on SGX Nifty also indicate a lower opening for Indian indices. The SGX Nifty was trading half a percent lower at around 17,460 levels.

Here’s a look at all key events in the news today:

EVENTS

-Tarsons Products IPO Listing

-Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Constitution Day programme at Central Hall of Parliament

-PM Modi will also inaugurate the Constitution Day celebrations organised by the Supreme Court at Vigyan Bhawan

ALERTS

-Delhi Govt bans entry of petrol & diesel transport vehicles from November 27 to December 3; CNG, EVs, allowed

-Delhi Assembly session to begin today

-Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar will chair RIC meet

-Taiwan, India explore partnership for smart, green India

Markets & Economy

US markets closed for Thanksgiving

European markets close higher despite covid headwinds

Investors monitor political developments in Europe and covid rise

Germany GDP grew 1.7% MoM; fractionally below expectations

DAX was up 0.25%; FTSE100 was up 0.33%; CAC40 was up 0.48%

Stoxx600 was up 0.42%; utilities rose 1.8%

Asia

Asia-Pacific stocks in the red in early trade today

Nikkei down almost 2% in early trade today

SGX Nifty Futures have started the day marginally lower

Commodities

Oil slips waiting for an OPEC+ response to the US led crude release

Oil is at $77.1 a barrel

Gold rises marginally as the dollar eases at USD 1793 an ounce

Currency, bonds, crypto

Dollar index is broadly flat and hovering around the 96.7 mark

The US 10 year treasury yields fall to at 1.595% after the big run-up early in the week

Bitcoin rises 3% in early trade, closing in on the USD 59k mark


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