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The situation is made more critical by the meltdown of IL&FS, that has now effectively been taken over by the government, and the housing finance companies.A further fall in stock market prices would lead to FIIs pulling more money out of the country and a China dust proof seal Suppliers further fall in the rupee. A consequence would be that many large companies took huge sums from abroad under external commercial borrowings. They would see their profitability reduce because as much as 38 per cent of the total external debt of $530 billion is through ECBs. As the downward spiral of the rupee continues, its effect will be felt in the government not being able to hold the fiscal deficit, inflation in oil and other imports, the fall of investments made in the stock market and the increased cost to companies in repaying foreign loans.New Delhi: Foreign investors have pulled out over Rs 9,300 crore (USD 1.3 billion) from the Indian capital markets in the last four trading sessions on unabated fall in rupee and rise in crude oil price.The latest withdrawal comes following a net outflow of over Rs 21,000 crore from the capital markets (both equity and debt) last month.

Prior to that, they had put in a net amount of Rs 7,400 crore in July-August.According to the latest depository data, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) withdrew a net sum of Rs 7,094 crore from equities during October 1-5, and Rs 2,261 crore from the debt market, taking the total to Rs 9,355 crore (USD 1.3 billion). FPIs have been net sellers almost throughout this calendar year except a couple of months. However, the swiftness of the exit in October thus far has shaken the market, experts said.”Rise in oil prices and US treasury yields and a tightening of global dollar liquidity are the key reasons for the FPI selling as they have induced high volatility in currency, bond and equity markets. “One must however remember that this is a global phenomena across emerging markets and not limited to India alone. Of course, the impact of rise in oil prices is higher for India as it imports most of its oil requirements.Washington: US President Donald Trump may count Prime Minister Narendra Modi among his international allies, but New Delhi is smarting over unexpected US decisions it sees as ignoring the interests of an increasingly close partner.

The Trump administration this week said it would start to sanction countries that do not comply with its orders to stop buying oil from Iran, demanding that eight governments — including India and China — end all imports when six-month waivers run out next week.The move, which triggered a hike in global oil prices that could disproportionately hit Indians, came just as PM Modi was campaigning for a new mandate in ongoing, multi-phase elections.The Iran diktat followed Trumps announcement in March that India, along with Turkey, would no longer enjoy a preferential trading status for a wide range of manufactured goods.Trump, who has rocky relations with the leaders of numerous Western allies, has publicly highlighted his bond with PM Modi.The Congress quickly seized on the Iran sanctions to attack PM Modi. Spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted that the PM is “sitting as a mute spectator over the countrys oil needs and security.”Trump has also drawn resentment in India over viral reports that he mimics PM Modis accent in private — a far cry from the reverential treatment US presidents since Bill Clinton have shown Indian leaders.

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After four years of an easy run, the troubles in the economy are finally coming home to roost. It is not strange that the tipping point should be the drop in the rupee, which has fallen 12 per cent against the dollar this year, and touched a new record low of Rs 74.13 (to the dollar) on Friday. The evident reason for this is the sharp rise in petroleum prices. But other contributing factors have been the slowdown in exports, conspicuous consumption and import of luxury items — the easy import of electronic goods like television sets and mobile phones instead of making them here — and an irrational exuberance in stock markets encouraged by the government and heavy use of funds from external commercial borrowing. This, coupled with a weakness in banks, has further weakened the fundamentals.International oil prices went up to over $110 per barrel in 2013, but the retail price of petrol and diesel was lower than it is now because the taxes on them were reduced.

In 2016, the international price of Brent crude had fallen to $29 a barrel, but duties (and the price of petrol and diesel) were not brought down. When oil prices were close to $80 a barrel by mid-September this year, the government did not reduce the duties, leading to a spurt in retail petroleum prices. (However, as international oil prices touched $86 a barrel, a four-year high, the Centre finally announced a Rs 2.50 per litre cut in petrol and diesel prices, including a Rs 1.50 excise duty cut.) At the same time India’s oil imports, which had fallen to $83 billion in 2015-16, rose to touch $109 billion in the financial year ending March 2018, and will be even higher in the current year, pushing up the trade deficit.But the high current account deficit is not only because of the rising oil prices. The non-oil trade deficit is shooting up. And the reason for is that the rate of growth of exports between 2013-14 and 2017-18, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of just 1.36 per cent, is much lower than imports.

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New Delhi: Shares of oil marketing companies on Friday tumbled as much as 29 per cent in morning trade on stock exchanges after the government announced fuel price cut.The government on Thursday announced a Rs 2.50 per litre cut in petrol and diesel prices after it reduced excise duty by Rs 1.50 a litre and asked oil companies to absorb another Re 1.Following the announcement, shares of oil marketing companies (OMCs) lost significant ground.Brokers said the downtrend was a knee-jerk reaction. Market experts said the fuel price cut would have negative implications for upstream public sector companies.Shares of Indian Oil Corporation opened weak at Rs 126.80, then fell further to its 52-week low of Rs 105.65, down 24.99 per cent over its previous closing price on the BSE.Similar movement was seen hydraulic system seals for sale on the Bharat Petroleum counter as well where the stock dipped to its 52-week low of Rs 239, down 28.94 per cent on the BSE.Hindustan Petroleum also fell to its 52-week low of Rs 165.45, down 25 per cent over its last closing price. On NSE, too, all the three oil marketing companies fell to their 52-week low level.”The governments decision to curtail marketing margins on auto fuels by Rs1/litre brings to fore the earnings uncertainty for oil PSUs, associated with an environment of higher crude prices amid the governments socio-economic compulsions,” Kotak Institutional Equities said in a research note.

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The Nifty VIX for the week closed at 12.51 per cent and is expected to remain sideways. True to predictions crossover of 10,775 levels with good volumes has propelled Nifty closer to its all-time high. Hold positions and add on declines say punters.The week belonged to RIL which notched 12.5 per cent gains. Optimism about telecom business and plans to integrate Reliance’s consumer businesses with telecom and media are the biggest drivers behind the surge. Stay invested and buys on declines. Bank Nifty too saw some cooling off and failed to close above its recent high of 27,058, which is the resistance while support is at 26,870-levels.For the current momentum to get extended, Bank Nifty has to close above the 27,150 zone convincingly. Results of InduSind Bank were stable and industry players are expecting good numbers from Kotak Bank and HDFC Bank. Numbers of new generation banks Bandhan and RBL are reportedly good. Use corrections to buy.NIFTY IT has closed in green by around 3.7 per cent amid strong results by TCS and strengthening dollar against rupee. Expectedly TCS earnings beat analysts’ expectations, whereas Infosys reported a mixed set of numbers for the quarter gone by.

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Trump said on Monday a decision on whether to remain in the Iran nuclear deal or to impose sanctions would be announced at 2:00 pm EDT (1800 GMT) on Tuesday, four days earlier than expected.Trump is likely to either announce he will not be renewing a waiver on sanctions, leading to a “significant reduction” in Iranian oil sales within six months, or will restate his opposition to the nuclear agreement, Barclays Research analysts said in a report.”Regardless, his foreign policy continues to ignite tensions in the main oil-exporting center rubber shock absorption pad Suppliers and is, thus, price supportive,” they said.If Trump restores core US sanctions, under US law he must wait at least 180 days before imposing their furthest-reaching measure, which is to target banks of nations that fail to significantly cut their purchases of Iranian oil.Analysts at RBC Capital Markets said Iran’s exports could be cut by 200,000 to 300,000 bpd as a result.

Iranian officials, however, said that the country’s oil industry would continue to develop even if the United States exits the accord.Singapore: Oil prices rose on Monday as markets reacted to news that China and the United States have put a looming trade war between the world’s two biggest economies “on hold”.Brent crude futures were at $79.13 per barrel at 0121 GMT, up 62 cents, or 0.8 per cent, from their last close. Brent broke through $80 for the first time since November 2014 last week.US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $71.83 a barrel, up 55 cents, or 0.8 per cent, from their last settlement.The US trade war with China is “on hold” after the world’s largest economies agreed to drop their tariff threats while they work on a wider trade agreement, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday, giving global markets a lift in early trading on Monday.”The temporary trade dispute will de-escalate over time through negotiation,” US bank Morgan Stanley said.”Both sides plan to work on implementing agriculture and energy purchases and to continue to negotiate on manufacturing and service trade, bilateral investment and intellectual property protection in coming months,” it added.

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Dabhol: Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan has said the government is open to Saudi oil giant Aramcos interest to own majority stake in the proposed Rs 3-trillion refinery at Ratnagiri, which when completed will be the largest single location refinery complex in the world with a capacity of 60 million tonne.Saudi Aramco has reportedly sought majority ownership in the mega refinery-cum-petrochemical complex for which state-owned oil firms Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum have inked an agreement.”Aramco is in discussions with us. We have held many rounds of talks on the Ratnagiri project with them. Its a commercial project and we are open to their suggestion (of giving majority stake),” Pradhan told PTI here over the weekend.The minister was responding to a question on whether the worlds largest oil company that is working on a USD 1-trillion initial public float this year, has really sought majority stake in the project.Some media reports had last month said the Saudis were interested in the USD 40-billion project provided India was ready to offer majority control and that the facility will mostly use Saudi crude. When specifically asked whether the government was ready to offer majority stake in the project, Pradhan said “yes”, though did not quantify their demand.

“Yes its a commercial project and the ownership is still open,” said the minister. IOC currently owns a 50 per cent stake in the project, with the remainder is equally split between BPCL and HPCL.When asked about the status of the Ratnagiri refinery, especially land procurement in the face of stiff opposition from the public as well as the ruling BJP ally Shiv Sena, Pradhan said, “I am optimistic that everything can be resolved through discussions. Every issue can be discussed and resolved with talks. Lets see.”Once all the clearances are in, it will at least five to six years for the refinery to commence production. The refinery will include three crude units of 20 million tonnes each and will produce petrol, diesel, LPG, aviation turbine fuel (ATF) China dust proof seal for sale and feedstock for making petrochemicals such as plastics, chemicals and textiles.While the project will give IOC a strong foothold in the western states as catering to customers in the west and the south is difficult with its refineries located mostly in the north, for HPCL and BPCL this will increase their capacity as their Mumbai refineries cannot be expanded further.

Currently the country has a refining capacity of a little over 232 million tonne, against the domestic demand of 194.2 million tonne in fiscal 2017. According to the International Energy Agency, this demand is expected to reach 458 million tonne by 2040.The country is the worlds third-biggest oil importer. IOC has 11 refineries with a capacity of 81.2 million tonne, while BPCL runs four with a capacity of 33.4 million tonne and HPCL operates three refineries with a capacity of 24.8 million tonne.Saudis interest in the project can be seen as securing its future with a large customer as increasing India has been moving away from Saudi to other markets like Africa, Latin America and even the US. Also, in the first week of March, Iraq overtook Saudi by a wide margin to become Indias top crude supplier, meeting over a fifth of the oil needs.Saudi, has traditionally been the top oil source for India, but in the April-January period of 2017-18, Iraq shipped 38.9 million tonne, which is more than 20 per cent of the annul imports.

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New Delhi: To protect domestic market, industry body SOPA on Monday demanded that the government curb illegal import of refined soybean oil and palmolein from Nepal at zero customs duty under a concession granted to least developed countries in the SAARC region.India meets over 70 per cent of its domestic edible oil demand through imports. The country imports 15-16 million tonne of vegetable oils (edible and non-edible) annually.However, goods exported to India by five least developed SAARC countries are fully exempt from customs duty.In a representation to the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs, the Soybean Processors Association of India (SOPA) said taking advantage of the exemption, the import of palm and soybean oils has started from Nepal at zero duty in “substantial quantities”.