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How Sensex, US-dollar, 10-year G-sec performed during week ending June 25

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Last Updated: Jun 29, 2020, 09.14 AM IST
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Summary Here is a weekly tracker of returns from Sensex, 10-year government bond yield and US dollar vis-a-vis Indian rupee.

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The rupee witnessed increased volatility due to the fears of delay in economic recovery, another wave of Covid infections and India-China border tensions.
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This weekly tracker keeps you updated on the benchmark stock index, bond yields, forex movements and CPI for food (combined). It also tracks the changes in the past one year to give investors an idea how their investments performed over a longer period.

Sensex
Sensex
Markets remained volatile due to the F&O expiry, sell-off in financial stocks, a surge in coronavirus infections and falling European stocks.

10-yr bond yield (%)
10-yr-gsec
Concerns of a large supply of government securities in the bond market and no visible signs of RBI addressing such concerns have dragged the bond prices downwards.

USD-INR
US-dollar
The rupee witnessed increased volatility due to the fears of delay in economic recovery, another wave of Covid infections and India-China border tensions.

WPI- food articles (%)
WPI
The WPI food articles inflation fell to 1.13% in May 2020 helped by declining prices of vegetables and moderate price increase in fruits and paddy.

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