The November 2019 edition of FundsIndia’s Monthly Market Insight discusses how investors must have a positive stance when dealing with equity markets, and more.
India’s GDP growth rate for the July-Sep ’19 quarter fell to 4.5%, the lowest since March 2013, as manufacturing output contracted. The core sector had shrunk by 5.1%. Contractions in the output of coal (-17.6%) and electricity (-12.4%) were the steepest.
Data showcased in this edition include trends in Consumer Inflation, Index of Industrial Production Growth, and GDP Growth. Do check out our suggested reads that include articles on how investors must have a positive stance when dealing with equity markets.
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