Arihant’s Value Plus January 2017 is now available.
Going ahead, the New Year will be challenging for Indian equity markets owing to post demonetization effects and continuing economic recovery in US leading to strengthening of US dollar. In the short term, the corporate earnings will be impacted due to fall in consumer demand and weak consumer sentiments. Timely rollout of GST will be positive for our country. The market has factored US Fed rate hike but if Fed will increase interest rates further at a faster pace as expected, it will increase FII’s outflows from India.
All the eyes will be glued on the upcoming Union Budget which will be unveiled on 1st February, 2017 and the outcome of the Uttar Pradesh state elections. Rumour mills are abuzz with news of possible hike on short-term capital gains or imposition of tax on long-term capital gains in the budget. This fear of taxation has created widespread uncertainty amongst market participants which will be only cleared once the budget gives clarification on this matter. Further, the dollar-rupee movement, movement in crude oil prices, foreign fund inflows, and upcoming corporate earnings are also likely to affect equity markets. We recommend investors to remain cautious and invest in fundamentally sound companies for long term perspective.
In this issue:
- Movers & Shakers
- Year Gone By- Key Economic Reforms
- Market Outlook
- Expert Corner: Fund Manager’s View on Indian Equities
- Fundamental Stocks
- Commodity & Currency Outlook
- Mutual Fund Commentary
- 7 Golden Rules to Stay Healthy & Wealthy
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