This Week in a nutshell (27th Sept to 01st Oct)

This Week in a nutshell (27th Sept to 01st Oct)

Technical talks

NIFTY opened the week on 27th September at 17,932 and closed on 01st October at 17,532 during the week, the index lost -2.23%. Nifty is trading at an RSI of 58, with support at 17336 and resistance at 18,138.

Weekly highlights

  • US President Joe Biden on Thursday signed a nine-week stopgap funding bill that averts a government shutdown but fails to resolve the threat of a US default linked to the debt limit.
  • US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said that if lawmakers fail to raise the debt limit by about Oct. 18, the government may not be able to pay its bills, posing a dire risk to the US and World Economy with the US Treasury defaulting on its debt obligations.
  • Japan’s former foreign minister Fumio Kishida is set to replace Yoshihide Suga as prime minister after he won the ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s leadership vote on Wednesday. Kishida will succeed Prime Minister Suga, the world’s eyes will be on the third-largest economy in the world which is facing stagnant economic growth battered by the coronavirus pandemic, the remnants of an unprecedented public health crisis, and increased political manoeuvring by China.
  • Brent Crude is at its highest since October 2018 and heading for $80 per barrel, as investors fretted about tighter supplies because of rising demand in parts of the world. Brent crude was up $1.44, or 1.8%, to settle at $79.53 a barrel, having posted three straight weeks of gains. Global supplies have tightened due to the fast recovery of fuel demand from the outbreak of the Delta variant of the coronavirus and Hurricane Ida’s hit on U.S. production
  • China’s top state-owned energy companies have been ordered to ensure there are adequate fuel supplies for the approaching winter at all costs, a report said Friday, as the country battles a power crisis that threatens to hit growth in the world’s number two economy. The country has been hit by widespread power cuts that have closed or partially closed factories, hitting production and global supply chains. The crisis has been caused by a confluence of factors including rising overseas demand as economies reopen, record coal prices, state electricity price controls and tough emissions targets.
  • The country’s top carmaker Maruti Suzuki said that it will produce fewer cars in October due to the ongoing global chip crisis. It expects vehicle production at two of its plants to be around 60 per cent of normal levels. The chip shortage has emerged as a major crisis around the world since 2020 after a sharp rise in demand for consumer electronics and continued global supply chain disruptions.
  • During the week, the foreign institutional investors (FII) net sold equities worth Rs 61,520 mn, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought equities worth Rs 75,030 mn.

Things to watch out for next week

  • Q2FY22 Result season to begin with software services leader TCS announcing its results.
  • Rising Oil Prices, US Treasury Yields, Evergrande’s default, and the uncertainty over the U.S default of its debt obligations will be the themes that are in focus this week.

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