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The Indian market is expected to open higher on Wednesday tracking positive trend seen in other Asian markets.
Stocks have begun to beat the Britain exit while crude oil prices have rallied for the first time in three days. Meanwhile, US GDP and consumer confidence rose in Q1 and May, respectively.
Global stocks beat Brexit blues: Shares rallied in the United States and Europe in overnight trade as risky assets found favour with investors after a two-day selloff. The Dow Jones closed 269 points higher in its biggest single-day rally since March. European shares managed to eke out gains during the session with the German DAX closing 2 per cent higher. Assurances from the central bankers and efforts by the EU leaders to hasten the process of the UK's exit also helped sentiments.
US economy still a top draw: The world's largest economy has surprised many with its latest GDP data. According to the government data, US GDP grew at an improved 1.1 per cent against estimates of 0.8 per cent. This is a positive surprise for the market and the US Federal Reserve, which had feared weakness in US growth and perhaps an end to US' seven-year recovery.
DLF: Billionaire KP Singh and his family have decided to wipe out DLF Ltd's debt in a two-step transaction. They will pump Rs 10,000 crore into India's largest real estate developer by purchasing shares in a preferential issue with funds raised from the sale of their stake in the company's rental unit.
Axis Bank: India's third largest private sector lender Axis Bank has forayed into Urban Microfinance segment and will now provide collateral free credit facilities to low-income women groups.
SBI: State Bank of India will sell non-core investments of around Rs 3,000 crore to shore up its capital. Despite the challenges that SBI faced last financial year, the bank is well capitalised to "absorb future shocks" and maintain future growth trajectory.
Thomas Cook: Thomas Cook India will remain in focus, as Quess Corp will hit the capital markets on Wednesday to raise about Rs 400 crore through an initial public offering.