A fairly mixed start in Asian markets, after Wall Street huffed and puffed all day to end flat.
Weak cues across Asia-Pacific after rating agency Moody's cuts sovereign ratings on Italy, Spain and other eurozone economies. Yesterday's optimism of a Greek debt deal is also fading.
Asian markets started weak, but have reversed to post marginal gains after news that Greece will likely secure bailout funds trickled in. Nifty futures too are up a tick.
Asian markets, and Nifty futures, are down in early trades after China inflation accelerated, and Greece held back on a bailout deal. Another volatile day of trading lies ahead.
Asian markets are up at the start, driven by positive cues from Wall Street, and hopes of a Greek bailout deal. Nifty futures too are up, with markets digesting yesterday's gloomy economic forecast.
A volatile day of trading, driven by eurozone concerns, lies ahead, going by early trends on the Asian markets. Nifty futures are facing resistance at the 5400 mark.
Bulls are off to a strong start all across Asia, driven by uplifted sentiment on the back of strong jobs data out of the US on Friday - and the liquidity that is washing up on Emerging Market shores.
Wall Street finished flat, and Asia markets are listless. We'll likely see a tame day of trading today.
Asian markets and Nifty futures are up in early trades, taking their cues from Wall Street overnight. The mood in India too is upbeat on expectations of liquidity flows into India.
Asian indices fell at the start on weak cues from Wall Street overnight. But after unexpectedly strong PMI data from China, they're edging back up.
Asian markets are looking to reverse yesterday's losses after a volatile day of trade on Wall Street. Nifty futures are back in the money.
Indices across Asia are down in early trades, and Nifty futures are also off to a weak start. Profit-taking and nervousnessness about
Global cues aren't particularly strong: Wall Street ended marginally down overnight, and Asian markets are struggling this morning. But early trades on the Nifty futures point to a strong start.
Yesterday's rally could continue into today, going by early trade trends on the Nifty futures. The IMF flagged risks to the global and the Indian economies, but the market appears to be taking it in its stride.
Key Asian markets are closed for the Chinese New Year holidays, so there are no firm global cues. Nifty futures are trading marginally up, with an eye on tomorrow's RBI meeting.
Global cues point to a strong start to trading in Mumbai today. Wall Street finished on a high, and indices across Asia are taking that forward. Nifty futures too are up. Enjoy it while it lasts.
After yesterday's big gains, markets across Asia are trending lower after the World Bank warned of a global economic meltdown worse than in 2008.
Better-than-estimated GDP data from China lifts up investor sentiment across Asia. Nifty futures started strong and breached the 4900 mark, but have since pulled back.
A weak opening and a volatile day of trading ahead of Mumbai, going by early morning cues from Asian markets and Nifty futures trades, which are taking news of the eurozone downgrades badly.
It's Friday the 13th, but markets across Asia are far from superstitious. Nifty futures too are up in early trades, which points to a positive start for the Indian market.