July 29 (Reuters) - GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
* Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange up 0.01
percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index
excluding Japan is down 0.24 percent.
* Japanese stocks fell on Monday morning, underperforming other
Asian markets as the yen hit a one-month high against a dollar
hamstrung by expectations of dovish comments from the U.S.
Federal Reserve after a policy review this week.
* Foreign institutional investors bought 2.78 billion rupees of
cash shares on Friday, while domestic institutional investors
sold 4.89 billion rupees worth of shares on the segment,
exchange data showed.
FACTORS TO WATCH
* Earnings on Monday: UltraTech Cement Ltd, Reliance
* India's Foreign Investment Promotion Board to consider Jet
Airways Ltd -Etihad deal
INDIAN STOCKS TO WATCH
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Reliance, ONGC to work out sharing infrastructure in India's
US regulator tightens drug approval norms - Business
Higher rates weigh on India's weak balance
India's Essel Propack April-June net up three
McLeod Russel India April-June net up 35.73
India's forex reserves down at $279.20 bln as on July 19 -
India's Tata Communications reports April-June net profit
India's Torrent Pharmaceuticals April-June net up 46.08 pct
India's Lanco Infra starts process to restructure $1.3 bln
Godrej Properties June quarter net up 130 pct
Tata Steel is eyeing the Indian iron ore assets of
(Compiled by Manoj Rawal)