US stocks index futures treaded water, ahead of a bevy of earnings from the world’s biggest companies and as wary investors watched US bond yields approach peaks.
Sensex rose 35 points to close at an over two-month high of 34,450.77, while the broader NSE Nifty finished at 10,584.70, up 20.65 points.
The BSE Sensex rose 35 points to close at an over two-month high of 34,450.77 in choppy trade on steady buying in realty, healthcare and consumer durables.
Shares in healthcare group Fresenius jumped as much as 3.9 percent after it pulled out of the $4.75 billion (3.4 billion pounds) acquisition of Akorn.
After four weeks of gains, Indian markets could take a breather due to profit booking, followed by a period of consolidation.
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