Indian markets are expected to open flat to negative tracking the SGX Nifty and
global cues.
US markets ended the session roughly flat after showing a substantial move to the
upside in the previous session. The choppy trading on Wall Street came as traders
expressed uncertainty about the outlook for the markets following the terrorist
attacks in Paris.
The European markets surged Tuesday as investors shrugged off geopolitical
concerns. Defence stocks were among the best performers following the terrorist
attacks in Paris late Friday. Investor sentiment also received a boost from the
stronger than expected German economic confidence report.
Indian markets extended rally for second consecutive session tracking strength seen
in Asian and European indices on the back of rally seen in the US markets in
overnight trade. The sentiment on the Street remained strong with 20 of the Sensex
stocks ending the day in positive. Relief rally in FMCG metals and select banking

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