New Delhi: After a record rally in the stock market over the past few days, indices may see cautious trading in a holiday-shortened week ahead amid the onset of general elections from Monday and industrial production data for February due on Friday, experts said.
The stock markets will remain closed on Tuesday for 'Ram Navami'.
BJP will release its manifesto on April 7 in Delhi where a number of its senior party leaders, including prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will be present.
The manifesto, which will highlight the party's promises to lure the voters for bringing it to power, will be coming out on a day when polling in six Lok Sabha seats in Assam and Tripura will be held.
"IIP is the only important data schedule this week. Continued fund inflow along with appreciation in domestic currency is pushing the benchmarks to new highs.