There are mixed signals from overseas markets.\u00a0The S&P 500 flat closed in yesterday's business after touching a record high. There are mixed signals from overseas markets.\u00a0The S&P 500 flat closed in yesterday's business after touching a record high.\u00a0At the same time, the DOW saw a drop of 80 points.\u00a0Traders are now waiting for the relief package.\u00a0Jobless claims in the US have been better than expected.\u00a0 The lowest jobless claims figures have come since March.\u00a0The number of jobless claims last week has been less than 1 million.\u00a0At the same time, weak business is visible in Asian markets.\u00a0SGX Nifty is also trading below.\u00a0 Meanwhile, there has been a surge in gold and silver.\u00a0Gold on COMEX rose 2.5 percent yesterday.\u00a0Silver also gained about 5 percent.\u00a0The weak dollar and good employment data in the US are supported.\u00a0Meanwhile, crude is showing softness.\u00a0IEA has reduced demand outlook. Today Asian markets are also seeing weakness.\u00a0SGX NIFTY is shown below 8 digits.\u00a0At the same time, Nikkei is seen around 23,268.13 with a slight gain of 0.08 per cent.\u00a0Strait Times also sees a weakness of 0.24 per cent.\u00a0 At the same time, Taiwan market is trading at a level of 12,749.41 with a decline of 0.11 percent.\u00a0While Hangseng is seen at a level of 25,213.87 with a weakness of 0.07 percent.\u00a0At the same time, Kospi is seeing weakness of 1.23 percent.\u00a0However, the Shanghai Composite is showing a gain of 0.42 per cent at 3,334.70. On the other hand, Corona's furore continues in the world. The total corona cases in the country have reached 24 lakh. In the last 24 hours, 67 thousand new cases have been reported.