Sensex Falls Over 350 Points From Day's High; Energy, Metal Stocks Lead Losses
Analysts awaited key macroeconomic data as well as the first of the quarterly corporate earnings due this week.
The E-Mini S&P 500 futures were down 0.57 per cent, indicating a negative start for US markets on Tuesday.
European shares registered strong gains in early trade, with the United Kingdom's FTSE benchmark last seen trading 2.09 per cent higher. France's CAC and Germany's DAX indices were up 1.49 per cent and 1.64 per cent.