Market weakness based on 'noise' is expected as Indian elections continue

Performance hinges on Modi re-election, experts argue

Jayna Rana
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India prime minister Narendra Modi. Photo: World Economic Forum/Manuel Lopez/Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
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India prime minister Narendra Modi. Photo: World Economic Forum/Manuel Lopez/Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Market volatility based on Indian election "noise" should present attractive investment opportunities over the coming months, according to managers of India-focused investment trusts.

However, they warned investors to tread carefully and seek well-capitalised areas of the market, given conditions could be challenging. This comes just over a week after voting commenced to determine...

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