Chart of the day: Brent crude Vs Nifty in past 3 years

The price of Brent crude fell below the USD 100 a barrel mark for the first time since June 2013 on Monday as data from China and the US pointed to slower economic growth in the world’s largest oil consumers.

Investors have driven global prices down 15 percent from mid-June highs as fears about a supply disruption in Iraq or elsewhere faded and concerns about weak global demand grew. This has given more legs to the extended bull run in Indian equities.

While crude prices came off, foreign institutional investors pumped in a net of Rs 1,162 crore into Indian equities, which is expected to help the Central government and the Reserve Bank of India to rein in fiscal deficit and inflation.

-Riken Mehta
Moneycontrol.com

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