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European Crisis, Declining Rupee and the economy on a downward slope; yet Indian investors maintain a positive outlook. How are global factors affecting your investment and what should you expect in ...

European Crisis, Declining Rupee and the economy on a downward slope; yet Indian investors maintain a positive outlook. How are global factors affecting your investment and what should you expect in the year ahead? View the presentation for details:

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    • Investment Circa 2012
    • The Indian Investor6 months into the year and just about the time for you to review your financialdecisions and goals set out at the beginning of the year. According to a poll,Indian investors continue to have a high degree of confidence in the localeconomy, and are in favor of keeping their investment money close to home.For investors who have invested in the Indian Stock Markets, the dailynewspapers may not ring cheering bells.
    • Factors affecting the Indian Economy• The most important factor affecting our markets is the ongoing global economic crisis which has affected developed as well as the emerging economies.• The issues faced by the US and Europe, which have unsustainable debt levels, have pushed some countries on the verge of bankruptcy.
    • The global economic environment turned adverse in September lastwith the crisis in the Euro zone.Domestic factors like tightened monetary policy, depreciating rupee,persistent inflation and slow industrial growth and FII investmentsattributed to the current domestic crisis.
    • Despite this, however, Indian economy stilllooks positive in terms of growth andstability. The Economic Survey expects thegrowth rate of real GDP to pick up to 7.6%in 2012-13 and faster beyond that.
    • Initiatives by economic forums• Concerted efforts are on through the G-20 and other forums to restore stability and renewed growth.• Addressing of sovereign debt crisis, financial regulation, growth and job creation efforts and energy security.
    • Analyst on Indian EconomyDespite fears of Policy paralysis, inadequate monsoon and low growth,economists do believe that India remains one of the fastest growingeconomies.
    • • Despite of economic volatility the Indian market outperformed its peers showing lot more resilience and strength compared to other emerging economies.• Despite of RBI’s recent announcements and the rupee depreciation, the Indian Nifty still displayed an upward trend.
    •  This is the best times to begin investing in equity because: Given the current market scenario, stock prices have undergone massive correction and are ripe for investing. Despite the current global crisis Indian Companies have displayed strong fundamentals for profit in the later quarter.
    • • The 55-page declaration said the developing countries should be given assistance in ensuring long-term debt sustainability through coordinated policies.• It also focused on innovative financing mechanisms can make a positive contribution in assisting developing countries to mobilise additional resources for financing for development.
    • Rio +20 Summit• Further relief is also expected from the Rio +20 Summit.• Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that many countries could do more if additional finance and technology were available.• The ongoing economic crisis has made matters worse.
    • ConclusionAs an investor, this is the most opportune time for investors to start buyingselective stock of companies and stay invested in the long term. The market isexpected to show signs of improvement and grow in the latter half of the yearand long term investors still stand to make considerable profits from IndianEquity.
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