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Domestic and global cues indicate a green opening for the Nifty on Wednesday. SGX Nifty was trading at 7,972 level, up 7.50 point at 7:43 AM. On Tuesday, market staged a spectacular comeback after a sluggish start. Nifty rallied over 100 points led mainly by largecaps and banks. Fourth quarter earnings of telecom giant Bharti Airtel and YES Bank will be closely watched today. In global markets, US stocks closed mixed with energy leading ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s crucial meeting. However, Nasdaq 100 futures fell more than a percent in after-trade on back of disappointing earnings from Apple.
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SUPP 2: 15880
RES 1: 16850
RES 2: 17180
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In a virtual confirmation of recent reports that the Reserve Bank of India had trimmed the list of companies that should be included in banks’ asset quality review, Union Bank Chairman and Managing Director Arun Tiwari says the move should be looked at as a “correction” of stricter norms prescribed earlier. “We went to the regulator saying that some of these accounts are okay and the regulator agreed with us,” he told CNBC-TV18 in an interview, adding that the relaxed AQR list would mean Union Bank would save about Rs 800 crore by way of provisioning not needed now.