Indian markets opened up on a positive note buoyed by the strong openings of Asian markets as the Nikkei share average rose 0.5 percent to 19,938.53 in mid-morning trade, the highest since December 2015. The Asian markets put on edge after the sudden dismissal of FBI Director James Comey by the US President Donald Trump and the growing up tensions of North Korea nuclear programme. The benchmark Sensex recoup the 30,000 level to open higher 0.18% at 29,988.78 points with most of the scrips trading in green whereas the broader Nifty 50 hit 9,400 in pre-open session, open up 0.24% at 9,339.65 points.
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