MUMBAI (Reuters) -
The benchmark BSE Sensex gained 0.09%, while the broader NSE index rose 0.16%, in choppy trading, while investors await comments from the Federal Reserve chair at this week's Jackson Hole symposium. Financials ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank led the gains [.BO]
The Indian rupee ended 0.1% higher to 79.8075 versus the U.S. currency, against 79.8625 previous close, as exporters sold dollars after the U.S. currency pulled back from a recent peak overnight. [INR/]
The benchmark 10-year bond ended at 94.98 rupees, with the yield rising to 7.2858% versus previous close of 95.01 rupees, and 7.2811% yield, as a surge in oil prices fed into inflation concerns. [IN/]
OVERNIGHT INDEXED SWAPS:
The one-year overnight indexed swap rate ended one basis point higher at 6.20%, while the benchmark five-year swap rate rose three basis points to 6.38%.
India's overnight call money rate ended at 5.20% against 5.30% in the previous session. The overnight TREPS rate ended at 5.19%, compared with the previous day's weighted average rate of 5.1984%.
(Reporting by Dharamraj Lalit Dhutia; Editing by)