In the overseas market, the SGX Nifty ended with a gain of 71 percent at 11,814, on Friday. Market analysts forecast that the indices are likely to start positively on Monday.

The Indian market closed on Friday after the sharp fall in crude oil prices, strengthening rupee and the positive earnings of the quarterly results by top corporates in the domestic market. 

The domestic market index Sensex ended with a gain of 336pts at 39,067, with Nifty rising 113pts to close at 11,755, after buying in metal, bank, oil, gas and IT shares.

In the coming week, Indian market has two holidays. On April 29 Monday, the general election in Mumbai, and on first May (Wednesday), holiday was announced for markets, for Maharashtra Day. Market trading activities will be limited to just 3 days, i.e, April 30 (Tuesday), May 2 (Thursday) and May 3 (Friday).