India high on foreign funds’ radar
India is the second-most preferred equity investment destination among the emerging markets in 2019, next only to Brazil, a Bloomberg survey of global investors and traders showed.
A less aggressive Fed Reserve, moderating US corporate growth, earnings expansion in India, and reasonable valuations in emerging markets should prompt investors to look beyond the developed ones in the New Year. Earnings growth in India is expected to be 27 per cent in 2019, compared with 19.5 per cent in Brazil.
Earnings revival is the most critical driver for Indian equities. Sanjeev Prasad of Kotak Institutional Equities believes 10-15 per cent returns are possible next year.
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To be sure, the biggest risk remains the uncertainty over the outcome of the general election. Ridham Desai, India strategist for Morgan Stanley, wrote in a recent report: “After a volatile 2018, on balance, equities could be poised for better returns in 2019 with the caveat that the Indian electorate does not deliver a shock verdict in the forthcoming 2019 election by delivering a fragmented coalition government.”
Amundi Asset Management, Fidelity International, Neuberger Berman, and Vontobel Asset were among the investors that participated in the survey.
Article Source : economictimes.indiatimes
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