MARKET LIVE: SGX Nifty trends suggest a gap-up start for Indian indices

A trader monitors BSE index at a brokerage firm in Mumbai | PTI

Investors will today react to the government’s decision to extend the nation-wide lockdown till May 3 as well as other Covid-19 related newsflow and March quarter results. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund, Barclays, and Nomura have revised downwards India’s growth projections, which will also impact sentiment.



Wipro is slated to announce its Q4 numbers later in the day and most brokerages expect the company’s revenue growth to come in at the lower end of the guided range of 0-2 per cent in the constant currency terms. READ MORE


US stocks jumped on Tuesday on optimism that the Trump administration could move to ease lockdowns. The Dow Jones rose 2.4 per cent, the S&P 500 gained 3 per cent and the Nasdaq Composite added 3.95 per cent.. Asian indices were mixed

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