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For the first time, domestic liquidity is driving the markets.

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Volatility-Targeting Funds Could Sell $225 Billion of Stocks.

ďAs market selloffs and expected volatility increase, these funds decrease their leverage to equities,Ē strategists led by Maneesh Deshpande wrote in a Tuesday note. Although the specific inputs arenít known and differ between managers, the leverage taken by quantitative funds in the run-up to the global selloff "was likely quite high given the low levels of volatility."

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Indian exchanges (NSE, BSE, MSEI) have decided to terminate data licensing agreements of Indian indices and securities to any foreign exchanges or platforms. This means itís the end of the road for Singapore Nifty which had become sort of leading indicator how the Indian markets would open.

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And SGX tells that they are ready to provide Nifty Options too for 18 months stating NSE cannot terminate contract

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Indian exchanges (NSE, BSE, MSEI) have decided to terminate data licensing agreements of Indian indices and securities to any foreign exchanges or platforms. This means itís the end of the road for Singapore Nifty which had become sort of leading indicator how the Indian markets would open.

http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/bus...04893.html/amp

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