LOCAL MARKETS PREVIOUS CLOSE
* BSE index 19,784.08 (+0.1 pct)
* NSE index 6,016.15 (+0.11 pct)
* Rupee 55.07/08 per dollar (54.49/50)
* 10-year bond yield 7.93 pct (7.97 pct)
* 5-year OIS rate 7.14 pct (7.12 pct)
* 1-year OIS rate 7.58 pct (7.59 pct)
* Call money 8.00/8.10 pct Fri close (7.95/8.05
KEY FACTORS/EVENTS TO WATCH
* An Indian ministerial panel will meet again at 0430 GMT on Monday to discuss the government's plan for the next airwave auction. (0430 GMT)
* Reserve Bank of India's Deputy Governor K.C. Chakrabarty and finance ministry officials will be at a pre-budget discussion with bankers and representatives of financial institutions in Delhi. (0630 GMT)
* Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor Anand Sinha at a discussion session on issues and concerns in the non-banking finance sector. (1030 GMT)
* Nine Indian states will raise at least 59.08 billion rupees ($1.07 billion) through state development loans on Jan. 8, the Reserve Bank of India said on Friday.
* India has short-listed six banks, including Goldman Sachs , Citigroup and Morgan Stanley, for a selldown of state shares worth $2.3 billion in power producer NTPC Ltd, three sources with direct knowledge of the sale said.
* British telecommunications carrier Vodafone Group Plc said on Saturday it has received a reminder from Indian tax authorities on disputed tax dues over its 2007 acquisition of Indian mobile assets.
* Export-Import Bank of India became the first Indian issuer to tap the market in 2013 as it offers a 10-year bond at an initial price talk of T+260bp area. (IFR)
* State-run central transmission utility Power Grid Corp of India (PGCIL) has become the first Indian issuer to hold investor meetings for a potential US dollar bond in 2013. (IFR)
* Western UP Power Transmission Company, a SPV of Gomti Power Infrastructure (85 percent) and Megha Engineering & Infrastructures (15 percent), has raised an about 37.7 billion rupees ($687 million) 15-year loan. (IFR) USD/INR NDFs (NY closing prices)
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Close Open High Low Volume
55.09-14 55.38 55.48 55.09 High
FII INVESTMENTS-EQUITIES (Net dollars)
Jan. 4* $211.19 mln#
Month-to-date** $828.67 mln
Year-to-date** $828.70 mln
* Provisional NSE data
** Source: Data as per custodial filing as on Jan. 4 on SEBI website.
#(As per Reuters conversion, $1 = 55.115 rupees)
FII INVESTMENTS-DEBT (Net Dollars) *
Jan. 3 $232.28 mln
Month-to-date $386.65 mln
Year-to-date $386.70 mln
* Source: Data as per custodial filing as on Jan. 4 on SEBI website.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES TRADING (Net buy/sell, in rupees)
Foreign Banks -10.98 bln
Public Sector Banks 22.48 bln
Private Sector Banks 5.62 bln
Mutual Funds -2.81 bln
Others -0.33 bln
Primary Dealers -13.92 bln
Source: Clearing Corp of India Ltd.
MONEY MARKET INFLOWS
Instrument Payment Date Amount
SDL 05.80%, 2019 Interest Jan 07 290.00
SDL 06.00%, 2019 Interest Jan 07 270.00
SDL 06.05%, 2019 Interest Jan 07 567.19
SDL 06.10%, 2019 Interest Jan 07 587.77
SDL 08.12%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 81.20
SDL 08.15%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 509.38
SDL 08.16%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 382.50
SDL 08.17%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 408.50
SDL 08.19%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 409.50
SDL 08.22%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 41.10
SDL 08.23%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 82.30
SDL 08.26%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 206.50
(JAMMU & KASHMIR)
SDL 08.30%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 622.50
SDL 08.32%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 1062.05
SDL 08.33%, 2020 Interest Jan 07 624.75
SDL 08.64%, 2021 Interest Jan 07 324.00
SDL 08.65%, 2021 Interest Jan 07 519.00
SDL 08.66%, 2021 Interest Jan 07 779.40
SDL 08.69%, 2021 Interest Jan 07 651.75
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* The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Friday it accepted all 22 bids for 608.60 billion rupees at its three-day repo auction, through which it injects cash into the banking system.
It also accepted all 2 bids received for 9.05 billion rupees at its reverse repo auction, through which it absorbs cash from the system.
* Indian banks' refinancing with RBI falls to 206.36 billion rupees.
* Indian banks' cash balances with RBI rise to 3.29 trillion rupees.
* Indian banks borrowed 17.70 billion rupees ($322.99 million) through the central bank's marginal standing facility (MSF) on Jan. 3.