Singapore markets closed
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    3,384.29
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    27,509.46
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  • Nasdaq

    12,006.96
    -193.86 (-1.59%)
     
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    1,865.90
    -50.40 (-2.63%)
     
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    73.23
    -2.65 (-3.49%)
     
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    1,490.47
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Indian financial markets closed on Nov. 8 for a holiday

FILE PHOTO: A security guard walks past the logo of the National Stock Exchange inside its building in Mumbai

(Reuters) - India's currency, debt and equity markets will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 8, for a domestic holiday.

Markets will resume trading on Nov. 9, Wednesday.

The NSE Nifty 50 index finished 0.47% higher at 18,202.80 on Monday, while the S&P BSE Sensex rose 0.39% to 61,185.15. Both the indexes closed at over nine-month high. [.BO]

The Indian rupee jumped 0.63% to a session-high of 81.92 per dollar on Monday and also closed at that level, its highest since Oct. 3, while the benchmark 10-year bond yield ended at 7.4342%. [INR/] [IN/]

(Bengaluru Newsroom)