Major Economic Triggers for Indian Market in Holiday-Curtailed Week: Pin Dates
By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- The last leg or final week of the current financial year 2022-23 will see multiple global economic releases scheduled, and due to the absence of key triggers in the domestic market this week, investors and traders back home will look at global markets for directions.
Benchmark indices opened the new week on a flat note, followed by gains in early trade on Monday, as Nifty50 rose 0.22% to 16,983.15 points and Sensex advanced 95.05 points or 0.17% at 9:28 am on Monday.
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Moreover, the week will witness the monthly derivatives series expiry for March on Wednesday, which shall induce some volatility in the domestic market.
The last week of FY23 will also observe a holiday in the Indian markets, on account of Ram Navami.
- US API Weekly Crude Oil Stock
- BoE Governor Bailey Speaks
- BoJ Governor Kuroda Speaks
- US Goods Trade Balance: Investing.com forecast at -91 billion.
- US CB (Conference Board) Consumer Confidence (March): The index measures the level of confidence consumers have in the economy. A stronger-than-forecasted reading indicates support (bullish) for the USD.
Investing.com forecasts the data at 101 for March.
- US Crude Oil Inventories
- US Pending Home Sales (Feb): Investing.com forecast at -3%
- BoE Financial Policy Committee Meeting Minutes
- BoE MPC Member Mann Speaks
- Indian Market Closed
- BoE Inflation Letter
- US GDP (Q4): Investing.com forecast at 2.7%
- China Manufacturing PMI (Mar): Investing.com forecast at 50.5
- US Initial Jobless Claims: Investing.com forecast at 196,000
- Japan Unemployment Rate (Feb): Investing.com forecast at 2.4%
- RBI Monetary and Credit Information Review
- India Infrastructure Output (Feb)
- India FX Reserves (USD)
- India Federal Fiscal Deficit (Feb)
- UK GDP (Q4): Investing.com forecast at 0.4%
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