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Vantage » Country in Focus: India

June 27, 2017 | Market Commentary

India is one of our most preferred countries from a top-down macroeconomic standpoint, not only within the emerging market universe, but within the entire global investment landscape. The country offers what we consider to be a scarce combination of rapid growth, improving macro fundamentals ( …

Library » Fourth Quarter 2016 International Perspective

January 24, 2017 | International Markets

Quarterly Market Review Global equity markets shook off an October decline and finished the fourth quarter markedly higher on the heels of Donald Trump winning the U.S. presidential election. Expectations for policies that could lead to greater economic growth, including tax reform, increased …

Library » September 2016 Perspective

September 09, 2016 | Market Commentary

The second estimate of second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) growth was revised down slightly from a 1.2% seasonally-adjusted annual rate to 1.1%. Lower readings for government spending and housing construction were the primary drivers of the adjusted figure.

Library » Fourth Quarter 2015 International Perspective

February 09, 2016 | International Markets

Quarterly Market Review At the beginning of the fourth quarter, an optimistic outlook for commodity prices and accommodative monetary policy of major central banks drove global equity markets higher. As the period progressed, renewed concerns over China’s growth trajectory emerged amid economic …

Markets & Economy » India’s Economy: Silver Linings Despite Opposition to Reform

October 23, 2015 | Emerging Markets

In late August, India’s parliament finished its summer session without passing two of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s top priorities—a goods-and-services tax (GST) and revisions to the country’s land acquisition laws. Last year we wrote positively about Modi’s election as prime minister …

Markets & Economy » India: Poised for Change?

April 08, 2014 | Emerging Markets

In the current slow growth environment, India’s economy will likely continue to feel the downward pressure being exerted by high interest rates and a more challenging global liquidity environment that has negatively impacted foreign capital flows into the country. Despite the challenging short-to- …


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