Indian stocks, rupee, bonds, swaps, call at 0746 GMT
MUMBAI, Aug 22 (Reuters) - STOCKS: The benchmark BSE Sensex .BSESN and the broader NSE index .NSEI were trading 1.2% lower, tracking Asian markets and U.S. futures NQc1 amid bets of a hawkish Federal Reserve. Kotak Mahindra Bank KTKM.NS and oil and gas firm ONGC ONGC.NS were among top losers. RUPEE: The Indian rupee INR=IN was at 79.8825 to the U.S. currency, against 79.7750 in the previous session, weakening on expectation the Federal Reserve will continue to raise policy rates. GOVERNMENT BONDS: India's benchmark 6.54% bond maturing in 2032 IN065432G=CC was at 95.0875 rupees, yielding 7.269%, against 95.12 rupees and 7.2639% at previous close. It was tracking U.S. Treasury yields, while comments from the RBI's monetary policy committee members on inflation also weighed. OVERNIGHT INDEXED SWAPS: The one-year overnight indexed swap rate INRAMONMI1Y= was trading up by 5 basis points at 6.17%, while the benchmark five-year swap rate INRSMONMI5Y= firmed by 4 bps to 6.32%. CALL MONEY: India's one-day call money INROND= rate was at 5.30% against 5.00% at previous close. The overnight TREPS rate INTREPTOT=TCCL was at 5.27%, compared with 5.18% at previous close.
Reporting by Anushka Trivedi in Mumbai