Indian market is expected to open on a flat note tracking the SGX Nifty.
US indices ended mixed as Nasdaq inched up marginally while Dow Jones and
SP500 ended marginally in red. A lack of major U.S. economic data also kept
some traders on the sidelines ahead of reports on new home sales and durable
goods orders in the coming days. The choppy trading seen throughout the session
afterward came as some traders are already away from their desks ahead of the
Easter holiday.
The majority of the European markets managed to end in positive. The European
markets were under pressure for most of the session after multiple apparent terrorist
attacks were carried out in Belgium.
Indian shares ended a choppy session marginally higher even as global cues
remained sluggish in the wake of multiple explosions in Brussels and hawkish
commentary from Federal Reserve officials supporting the case for a hike in U.S.
interest rates as early as April. Narrowing current account deficit figures a

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