Indian benchmark indices broke the four-day losing streak to end on a positive note on July 15, supported by buying in the auto, capital goods and FMCG names
Global stocks sank Tuesday after Washington, Britain and the 27-nation European Union imposed sanctions on Russian banks, officials and business leaders.
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs), a key driver for the Indian markets, would also be tracked for cues, they added.
The Japanese automaker says it expects to return to profit for the fiscal year through March 2022, with a 60 billion yen ($545 million) profit. It had previously expected to sink into a 60 billion yen annual loss.
The SGX Nifty Futures also known as SGX Nifty Futures rose 0.61 per cent or 105 points to 17,387.