Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 36 points higher on Monday, according to financial bookmakers.
Positive global cues and healthy buying in banking, IT and capital goods stocks pushed the Indian equity markets to fresh highs.
Sebi said it is closely monitoring the situation at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) where trading was disrupted following technical issues.
World stock markets rallied and the US dollar hit a two-month high against the yen as the latest US jobs data gave investors greater confidence.
Full-fledged trading resumed on the National Stock Exchange of India during the mid-afternoon session after a technical glitch.