SNA - Bulls turn bears on India as doubts grow

Only a few months ago investors were pouring into Indian equities, seeing the country as a promising high-growth market and talking about the “India story”. But now the mood looks to be on the turn. The government’s lack of progress on economic reform, massive corruption scandals including the cut-price sale of telecoms licences, and eight interest rate hikes to try to tame high inflation have all had an impact. Citigroup economist Rohini Malkani said she had met some 50 investors in Singapore and Hong Kong this month and about 70 percent were “bearish on India”.

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