Markets rallied on Wednesday on the back of gains from Auto stocks with the Nifty settling well above 18100 but Bank Nifty struggled at higher levels. After yesterday up move, the Dollex 30 i.e. Sensex in USD terms has moved higher but remains 1.7% lower from Sep highs. Indian markets still remain vulnerable to major correction as USDINR still remains in the breakout zone for a potential target of 80. If we apply resistance based on Nifty in USD terms, we can expect a major selling zone seen at 18340-18400 in the coming days.
U.S indices ended mostly higher led by gains in shares of big growth names like Amazon.com and Microsoft. The Nasdaq and the S&P 500 moved to the upside on the day, although the narrower Dow closed nearly unchanged
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