The previous week, global sentiment outweighed positive triggers such as softening crude price and a strengthening rupee to cause domestic equity benchmark Sensex snap its winning streak of three consecutive weeks.
The tussel between The government and RBI  ended on a cordial note at the central bank’s board meet, but failed to give market any impetus.

The continuous sell off in most sectors  dragged sensex down by near 500 points and nifty more than 150 points.
Instead of all the Unpredictable factors there are few influences that will move the market in a clear direction next week are as follows…..

Global Sentiment: Global cues may remain the most dominant factor that will steer market mood next week.
Trump-Jinping Meet: The US-China trade war, may come to the table for discussion when US President Donald Trump meets his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital, during the G20 summit.

Fed minutes of meeting: Minutes from the Fed’s November meeting will be an important cue for market mongers this week.

India’s GDP numbers:  India’s second quarter GDP numbers will be released next Friday. India’s economy grew at an impressive 8.2 per cent in the first quarter of 2018-19 ending June 30 on the back of strong core performance and a healthy base. Second quarter growth numbers may come at 7.2-7.9 per cent as per independent economists. Global credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service has projected India’s economic growth to moderate to 7.3 per cent in 2019 and 2020, as higher oil prices combined with rupee depreciate .. 

Global Macros : Falling for the seventh consecutive week, global crude oil prices plunged about 8 per cent to its lowest levels in over a year on Friday amid concerns over possible oversupply. Falling crude is no less than a boon for the Indian economy. A further slide in global crude prices may infuse optimism among FPIs on the Indian market.