A possible fiscal slippage by the government are likely to weigh on investor sentiments.
Market turned positive after three consecutive sessions of losses, tracking global markets.
Brokerages are expecting the bank to report healthy numbers.
Midcaps and smallcaps suffered more than the largecap benchmarks, plunging up to 2 per cent.
Amid all the unpredictability, analysts see strong opportunities in select stocks.
Last week, Sensex fell 361 points or 1%, while Nifty suffered a loss of 126 points or 1.16%.
A wave of selling emerged across sectors, led by auto, media, realty and bank stocks.
BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices climbed up to 0.39 per cent.
Global stocks improved, as better corporate earnings broadly assuaged concerns of global economic slowdown.
Brokerages are expecting a subdued show from Maruti in light of a volley of headwinds.
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