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BSE Sensex likely to rise; GAIL watched

Source : REUTERS
Last Updated: Wed, Nov 03, 2010 06:41 hrs
BSE Sensex likely to rise; GAIL watched

The BSE Sensex may open higher on Wednesday, tracking gains in its Asian peers as the U.S. Federal Reserve meets and investors await announcement of an expected quantitative easing program.

State-run gas transporter GAIL (India) will be in focus as it unveils its quarterly results later in the day.

Financials will be watched after a Reuters poll showed India's central bank is expected to raise rates once more in this fiscal year ending March after it raised rates by 25 basis points on Tuesday.

The Reserve Bank of India's move to raise its lending and borrowing rates by 25 basis points each may have a small negative short-term impact on economic growth, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Tuesday.

The MSCI's measure of Asian markets other than Japan was up 0.9 percent by 0254 GMT, while Japanese markets were closed for a public holiday.

The Nifty India stock futures in Singapore were up 0.5 percent, indicating a higher open in the domestic market.

On Tuesday, the 30-share BSE index closed down 0.1 percent at 20,345.69.

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(Reporting by Ami Shah and Kaustubh Kulkarni; editing by Tony Munroe)




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