India stocks, rupee, swaps, call at close
The benchmark BSE Sensex SENSEX fell 389.01 points, or 0.62%, to 62,181.67, while the broader NSE index NIFTY lost 99.15 points, or 0.53%, to 18,510.2 , as IT stocks tumbled following HCL Technologies' warning of a potential slowdown in client spending in the industry's key U.S. markets.
The Indian rupee USDINR strengthened 0.2% against the dollar and quoted at 82.27, but the local unit finished 1% lower for the week amid sustained demand for the greenback from corporates.
Benchmark 10-year bond (IN072632G=CC) was quoted at 99.72 rupees, with yield up 1 bps at 7.2982%, compared with the previous close of 7.2890%, as sentiment stays cautious after hawkish policy, while auction added to supply.
OVERNIGHT INDEXED SWAPS:
The one-year overnight indexed swap rate (INRAMONMI1Y=) was down 4 bps at 6.63%, while the benchmark five-year swap rate (INRSMONMI5Y=) fell 7 bps to 6.24%.
India's overnight call money (INROND=) rate was up 5 bps at 6.10% against 6.05% in the previous session. The overnight TREPS rate (INTREPTOT=TCCL) was at 6.05%, compared with the previous day's weighted average of 5.9801%.