The financial market of India is still grooving to the tunes of the recession leftovers. According the latest financial market news, India has seen a steep growth in the recent time defying all the turbulence caused by the economic slowdown. Touching the mark of US$ 1.04 trillion, India’s market capitalization has gained the whopping ninth position in the entire world. Social
The overall magic has occurred due to the optimistic government reforms and continuity in policies which have given the Indian stock market a great boost. With this, the Indian economy is all set to witness a turn-around within then next six to nine months and as the breaking news indicate the financial world is abuzz with the latest in the Indian capital market reforms. This indicates that Indian companies shall see a huge rise in money nurtured from the IPOs in the fiscal year 2010. Moreover, as the economic experts indicate that the bulk liquidity that has flooded into the economic system is central banks driven and this same liquidity finds its way into the stock markets too.
India news have also enlightened the fact that the moment world economy shall be bottomed out, the entire country’s economy will witness the haunting shadow of rising energy prices which according to economic experts is the greatest challenge. Besides, the country shall also be victimized with higher inflation rates. If things are looked and observed closely, then the scenario appears crystal clear; after ten years or so, food and fresh water would be the major problems demanding care and concern, lack of which shall devote to decrease in the social stability. It is up to the government to work to improve and manage the conditions accordingly and thus, avoid the mismanagement of resources in the nearing future. A keen look at the economic growth of developed European nations, US and Japan also pops up evident questions as to what exactly will drive stability in the economic growth. Vitally, a consistent economic growth goes hand in hand with the private consumption expenditure, and the two grow simultaneously; as the latter shall rise, the former would follow.