BENGALURU, Nov 27 (Reuters) - India's currency, debt and equity markets will be closed on Monday, Nov. 27, for a public holiday.

The markets will resume trading on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

India's Nifty 50 index settled 0.04% lower at 19,794.70 levels on Friday, while the Sensex fell 0.07% to 65,970.04, dragged down by information technology stocks. However, the blue-chips extended gains for the fourth week, led by improved growth prospects in the auto and pharma sectors.

The Indian rupee weakened 0.03% versus the U.S. dollar, and quoted at 83.36 per dollar, hurt by weakness in its Asian peers and dollar demand from foreign banks.

The benchmark 10-year bond was quoted at 99.36 rupees, with the yield up 1 bps at 7.2704% after weaker-than-expected demand at the weekly debt auction. (Reporting by Bharath Rajeswaran in Bengaluru)