MARKET SGX Nifty fall nearly 1 pct; FIIs sell index futures

Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange down 0.7 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific index excluding Japan falls 0.23 percent.

* Asian shares edged away from a four-week low on Monday, while the dollar rose against the euro and yen as a surprise surge in U.S. jobs growth signalled that the world’s largest economy was on a firmer footing.

* Foreign investors sold index futures worth 10 billion rupees($159.4 million) on Friday, raising worries about a potential slowdown in their buying volume.

* Overseas funds have been buyers of Indian equities for the last 25 consecutive sessions with total inflows so far in 2013 now at $16.7 billion.

* Stocks such as Reliance Infrastructure Ltd and Apollo Tyres Ltd will be watched ahead of their earnings due later in the day.

* Dealers say caution will likely prevail ahead of trade data later in the session and inflation data scheduled later in the week.

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