Inflation data, quarterly earnings and global cues are expected to influence the stock markets' trajectory in a holiday-shortened week ahead, say experts.
Bourses are closed on Wednesday for Independence Day.
Meanwhile, industrial output recorded a five-month high growth of 7 per cent in June as production of consumer durables and capital goods picked up pace ahead of the festive season.
The data was announced post market hours on Friday.
"Markets are likely to consolidate recent gains this week," said V K Sharma, Head Private Client Group and Capital Market Strategy, HDFC Securities.
Inflation data for the month of July would be announced on Tuesday.
Progress of monsoon, currency movement and crude oil prices would also be tracked by market participants.
On Friday, global stock and currency markets reeled after the Turkish lira plunged sharply against the US dollar, fuelling concerns about the macro stability of emerging economies.
Over the last week, the BSE Sensex recorded a rise of 313.07 points, or 0.83 per cent, to end at 37,869.23.
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