The key triggers for the coming week in trading can be summarized as under.

· The spread of the Coronavirus outside of China will hold the key as the pandemic has kept markets under pressure

· SBI Cards listing on 16th March will set the tone for the week and also for the IPO market as grey market premiums are sharply down

· Yes Bank reconstruction locks in 75% of equity holdings and is likely to lead to a rush to sell the balance shares

· Oil at $30-35/bbl could be negative for Indian oil stocks but positive for the Indian macros and mid caps overall

· Yes Bank loss at Rs.18,452 cr negative for private banks and raises NPA concerns once again

· RBI support to rupee could be a critical factor after the RBI sold $1.5 billion around the 74.5/$ mark to stabilize the currency

· Lower inflation at 6.58% could be a trigger for the RBI to cut rates ahead of the MPC meeting in early April

· FII dump equities worth Rs.41,500 crore as risk-off investing takes precedence in the stock markets

· Kamal Nath trust vote in MP could also be a trigger on 16 March. A Congress salvage in MP could put government under more stress

· Telecom companies could have a mixed week due to hopes of a rescue package but could be dampened by higher mobile GST rates

· FOMC announces rate decision this week and is broadly expected to cut rates and guide towards zero rates

Keep an eye on the dividend plays. It is raining interim dividends as March 31 deadline approaches. These offer good short term trades.