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India: 2017 Total Returns At Its Highest Since 2007

India as a prospective destination for overseas cash is now looking brighter than ever with the country’s economic growth possibilities, while most of the economies in the competition are struggling to get there.


The high rate of Total Returns (TR) contributes to more overseas funds buying into Indian financial assets. In 2017 the TR of India was at its highest since 2007. In this calendar year, TR of India is 10.69%, while in 2007 it was at 22.58%.
With double the offshore inflows in 2017 as compared to 2007, this year India is already ahead, and slightly prepared if you may say, for the biggest global crisis since the Great Depression.


Author: Tanya Michael   

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