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Indian markets are expected to open lower on Friday tracking weakness in global markets as investors worried over the fate of struggling German lender Deutsche Bank.

Marketwide F&O rollover at 75%: The market-wide rollovers to October series F&O contracts stood at 75 per cent, lower than the average of 79 per cent seen in the last three series.
The rollover of Nifty futures stood at 66 per cent, which was substantially lower than the average of 75 per cent recorded in the last three series.

At 07.45 am, Nifty50 futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange were trading 42 points lower at 8,602, indicating a negative opening for the domestic market.

FPI flow to influence sentiment:
Provisional figures showed FPIs bought Rs 3,413.37 crore worth of equities, while mutual funds were net buyers to the tune of Rs 1,630.88 crore on Thursday. This is when the BSE benchmark was down 465 points and Nifty50 fell below the 8,600 mark.

Asian markets are trading lower : Most Asian markets were trading in the red. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei was trading 1.53 per cent lower at 16,440 on Friday morning, while China’s CSI300 was up 0.23 per cent at 3,251. Other Asian indices, including Hong Kong’s Hang Seng (down 1.47 per cent), South Korea’s Kospi (down 0.88 per cent) and Taiwan’s TWSE (down 0.87 per cent), were trading lower.

US markets slumped on Thursday: The Dow Jones Industrial Average tanked 1.07 per cent to 18,143. This was the sharpest decline for the index since September 13, Reuters reported.

IT stocks will be in focus after Accenture posted healthy quarterly results,

Alkem will be eyed after it got 13 Form 483 observations after a USFDA inspection

IDFC Bank, DCB Bank and Torrent Power may rise following inclusion in exchange's derivatives segment.