Indian stock indices increase for a third session in a row.

Indian stock indices increased for the third session in a row . US Fed minutes show that a slowing in the rate of policy rate raise would soon be appropriate .

New Delhi, India (India), November 24: Indian stock indices increased for the third session in a row, reflecting the recent momentum in US stock markets, according to the minutes of the US Federal Reserves' latest monetary policy review meeting, which showed that a slowing in the rate of policy rate raise would soon be appropriate.In these circumstances, the Committee would have more time to evaluate progress toward meeting its targets of maximum employment and price stability, according to the US Fed minutes published on Wednesday (local time The Sensex opened higher for a second day on Wednesday in a tumultuous session after the latest Fed meeting minutes showed that most policymakers expect a slower rate of interest rate hikes to be inevitable, although they are uncertain how high the benchmark rate will rise, said Deepak Jasani, Head of Retail Research at HDFC securities.The rupee touched the 83 mark for the first time in its history on October, at 81.72 against the US dollar, versus Wednesday's close of 81.85.The rupee has depreciated by 8-9 percent so far this year.

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