Indian markets are likely to open flat tracking global indices and SGX Nifty.

US stocks turned in a starkly mixed performance during trading on Monday as the Dow jumped to a new record intraday high but the techheavy Nasdaq showed a sharp pullback. While the Dow ended the session well of its best levels of the day but still closed up 1 percent at 31802 the Nasdaq plunged 2.4 percent to 12609 its lowest closing level in almost three months

UK stocks edged lower in cautious trade on Monday as the pound ticked higher against a range of other currencies on optimism over the U.K.s vaccine rollout and the easing of a stringent lockdown with children returning to school for the first time since January. The benchmark FTSE 100 dropped 0.3 percent to 6613.

Indian shares ended Mondays choppy session on a flat note tracking weak cues from Asia and Europe as positive economic data from the United States and China coupled with the U.S. Senates passage of a 1.9 trillion stimulus b

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