For investors around the world, the Indian market came up with good news. When the stock markets were rolling around the world, the Indian stock market remained untouched by this trend and made good profits on investment.
Seeing last year’s figures, Indian markets have performed better than other markets in the world. The Sensex has performed better than the FTSE of Europe and the Nasdaq in America.
While the global stock market was sluggish due to many reasons like slow global economy, lower credit than central banks and business tension, the Nifty in India gave a return of around 12.18 percent (31 May 2019).
Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s IDEX Hangsang was up 13.07 percent, Singapore’s Straight Times 10.17 percent, Jupna’s Nikkei 9.21 percent, FTSE of Europe 7.49 percent and USA’s Nasdaq 2.02 percent. However, during the same period (June 2018-May-2011), America’s Dow Jones increased by just 0.01 percent.
Investors always focus on three things when investing – return on investment, market trends and investment profit ratio. These three factors were compulsory in Indian markets.
Statistics of the annual volatility index show that there was a slight downfall in Indian shares in comparison to the world’s shares. China’s Shanghai market has been the most bullish. 21.5 percent fluctuations were recorded between June 2018 and May 2019. In the meantime, the Indian market Nifty and Sensex were up 12.8% and 12.8% respectively.
SEBI chairman Ajay Tyagi says, “There has been a slight stir up in comparison to other markets in the Indian market, there are many factors in which there is no return of investment, instability of currency and currency movements are key ‘
Indian market price-to-earnings (P / E) ratio, which is also the foremost in terms of earnings on investment. Higher P / E means more opportunities for profit in the future. SEBI figures show that the Indian markets recorded the highest P / E against the world’s second market, which is 29.5.
Rajiv Singh, CEO of Karvy Stock Broking Limited, points out, “Domestic investment is coming very fast after the ban on bondage. Whenever a foreign investor exits from the market, then the domestic institutions fill the vacant place. Investments in India are safe because of the ongoing global financial turmoil, and even worse, the Indian market is performing well due to slowdown in crude oil.
Now know those factors that are driving the Indian market well. The government’s return to emphasis on stable and reform and some of India’s shares in which long-term investment prospects are strengthening Indian markets and foreign investors are investing in India.
In the emerging market, Indian markets have seen an increase of 5.5%, in which 4.5% increase can be seen only after exit poll.
The result of foreign investment is that the major stocks like HDFC, HDFC Bank, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv, Reliance and TCS did well in the market, while the rest did not do anything special.