It will be a tough task for Nirmala Sitharaman to please all when she presents Budget on Feb 1.
Here's a look at what analysts made of the week gone by.
BSE barometer Sensex settled at 41,859.69, up 259.97 points or 0.62 per cent.
Shyam Sekhar, co-founder of ithought said "World War III" lasted only two tweets.
The advance-decline ratio leaned heavily in favour of the buyers on BSE on Thursday.
Safir Anand in a Twitter post said the rally in midcaps should spread going ahead.
The broader market moved in tandem with the benchmarks in thin trading.
BSE barometer Sensex settled the day 304 points, or 0.73 per cent, lower at 41,254.
Prabhudas Lilladher projects 5-6 per cent drop in personal vehicle sales on year-on-year basis.
Mixed global market sentiment and crude at three-month high kept investors on the sidelines.
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