9 Reasons for the Fall of the Indian Market

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9 Reasons for the fall of the Indian Markets

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#1 - Lower than expected GDP Data Data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) showed the Indian economy grew by 7% in the June quarter, slower than the previous quarter's 7.5% expansion.

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#2 - FII’s massive outflow in August Foreign Institutional Investors sold a net 168.77 billion rupees ($2.55 billion) of Indian shares in August, more than the previous monthly record of 153.47 billion rupees in October 2008 (Source-National Securities Depository Limited)

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#3 - Concerns of Fed rate hike Uncertainty over interest rates in the United States was also unsettling traders ahead of a closely watched jobs report due later in the week. Expectations of a rate hike & stance of the Fed also remains quite important this month (17-18th September, 2015)

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#4 - China's manufacturing growth Activity in China's factory sector shrank at its fastest rate in at least three years in August. Domestic & export orders tumbled increasing investors' fears that the world's second-largest economy may be lurching toward a hard landing.

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#5 - Greece concerns Country appears almost certain to be heading to an election this month. The developments could jeopardize the country’s bailout package plans agreed earlier with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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#6 - Crude prices Crude prices swinging both sides giving no clear indication.

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#7 - Base rate cuts Certain banks base rate cuts sparked fears that other lenders will be able to match it only at the cost of margins.

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#8 - Fiscal deficit figures April-July Fiscal deficit was at Rs. 3.58 lakh crore vs Rs. 3.25 lakh crore YoY.

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#9 - Core sector output July eight core industries growth at 1.1% vs 3% (MoM). Coal, cement and steel figures had dropped drastically.

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