6 Reasons Why Indian Stock Markets Are Falling And Global Markets Are Gaining

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    Finally there seems to be some rationality that is gaining ground in the Indian markets. Select stocks had run up so fast, that their valuations had reached 70 times in terms of p/e. Sanity seems to be coming back real fast.

    6 Reasons Why Indian Stock Markets Are Falling And Global Markets Are Gaining
    Indian markets are among the few markets that are now in the negative, since Jan 1, 2015. The Sensex is down close to 5% this year, while the Chinese Shanghai Composite is up 33 per cent, German DAX up 10% and US Dow up 2%. Here are 6 reasons why the Indian markets are falling.

    1) Worries over MAT demand from government to FIIs.

    2) Worries over a poor monsoon.

    3) Poor results from IT companies like Infosys, HCL Tech, Wipro and TCS.

    4) A likely rise in inflation due to poor monsoons.

    5) Key bills like the land acquisition bill likely to get stalled because of farmer suicides.

    6) GST Bill in a limbo because of opposition from Congress, BJD and AIADMK.

    A further downside in the markets cannot be ruled out.

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    Story first published: Saturday, April 25, 2015, 11:43 [IST]
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