Indian markets are likely to open negative tracking global indices and SGX Nifty.
U.S. stocks saw a negative bias throughout much of the previous trading session. The lackluster close by the major averages came following President Donald Trumps announcement of his controversial but widely expected decision to withdraw from an international agreement intended to limit Irans nuclear program. The Dow Jones rose to 24360 and the Nasdaq was flat at 0.0% percent to 7267.
U.K. shares held steady on Tuesday with a weaker pound and dealmaking news offering some support ahead of an announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump on whether he would withdraw from a landmark nuclear deal with Iran.The FTSE 100 was flat at 7566.
On domestic front Indian shares ended largely unchanged on Tuesday tracking mixed global cues as investors awaited an announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump on whether he would withdraw from a landmark nuclear deal with Iran. The BSE Sensex ended on a flatDownload Full Report