Indian markets are likely to open flat tracking the SGX Nifty global cues.
US markets remained lackluster during the day and closed on flattish note after a
mixed job data. The labor department said non farm payroll employment climbed
by 98000 jobs in March after surging up by a revised 219000 jobs in February.
Economist had expected drop in unemployment rate.
The European markets saw a choppy trading session on Friday but most of the
Indices closed on positive note for the day. While initially geopolitical concerns
impacted the sentiment of investors across different countries and gold prices saw up
move the negative impact of the same on global equities was limited.
The Indian markets witnessed selling pressure and closed on a sharply negative note
with NIFTY closing down by 64 points while Sensex closing down by 221 points. The
US attacked on Syria resulted in nervousness in the global markets and crude oil
prices spiked before settling down and this resulted in th

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