Indian markets are expected to open in green tracking SGX Nifty.
U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday ending 5day losing streak with telecom leading sector advancers. Dow Jones recovered after falling down nearly 169 points to close 93 points higher with 3M contributing most to the gains. SP 500 closed about a third of a percent higher after earlier falling 1%. Energy was the only declining sector as U.S. crude oil futures settled down 1.80 or 3.75% at 46.21 a barrel.
FTSE 100 nears 4month low as Bank of England leaves rates unchanged and warns of Brexit risks. Mining stocks Anglo American was down 2.9% Antofagasta 2.4% and BHP Billiton was down 1.8%.
BSE Sensex crashed over 400 points intraday Thursday; tracking weakness in global peers due to uncertainty over Brexit and after Feds reduced US economic growth forecast. However benchmarks recouped half of losses in last hour of trade on short covering with Nifty reclaiming 8100. Indices had gained over a % in earlier s

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