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  • testimonial

    Krishna Sanghavi

    The Indian markets are evaluating multiple variables, both global and domestic, and implications of those variables on Indian economy, macroeconomic indicators and equity markets. While a majority of global issues are impacting all emerging markets including India, India specific factors like worries over liquidity at NBFCs, oil prices and sentiments associated with elections are playing a crucial role in market moves. Global financial markets continue to be driven by the economic factors (US monetary policy & its implication on dollar vis a vis the currencies across world) and geopolitical factors (trade wars, rising crude oil etc.) Equity markets in USA continue to outperform the emerging markets which are under stress led by currency. Indian markets too have been impacted by this. In this context the US Fed policy action on interest rate hikes are to be monitored closely. The earnings season for Q2FY19 has so far has been in line with market expectations but the changes in the macro environment (oil, rupee, slowdown among NBFCs etc) and management commentary accompanying the Q2 results, points towards a slowing momentum going ahead and some moderation in earnings estimate are expected for H2FY19. In the near term, volatilities in Indian equity markets are likely to continue as market sentiments are focussed on outcome of elections (states as well as centre) over next 6 months. While the election outcomes are unlikely to alter the long term growth dynamics for Indian economy, the temporary fears could make foreign investors prefer a waiting approach. We believe that the medium to long term growth prospects for India remains strong and equity markets offer investors an opportunity to participate in the economic growth. Foreign investors may take a temporary breather, ahead of the elections, the structural growth opportunity would attract them to India over medium to long term. We believe Indian investors too should remain focussed on this opportunity that is offered by India’s growth story. A strategy of continuing the SIP would be beneficial for a long term investor in the current environment.

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  • testimonial

    Avnish Jain

    Investors need to take cues from the global landscape, with improving US economic activity data, the expectation of increase in FED funds rate in the month of December’18 seems a certainty. This rate hike may hit sentiments and the flow of funds to Emerging Markets. A depreciating INR, volatile crude oil prices and other global uncertainties may force the RBI to remain guarded. RBI will closely monitor the inflation print and the currency movements in the coming months before deciding the course of action in the month of December’18.In the recent times with more announcements of OMO’s we expect that going ahead as well, RBI will actively manage the liquidity position especially after the announcement of lower borrowing by the government. In the shorter end of the curve, steepening was observed due to credit concerns till the 1-year space. Once the credit concern abates and market gets confirmation of long pause in interest rates, we expect term spreads up to 1 year to reduce. We expect short term volatility to continue amid negative sentiments, but the long-term picture continues to remain healthy. A sharp drop in oil prices augurs well for the Indian economy and the oil prices may remain under pressure in near term as near term global oil demand projections have reduced. With inflation also remaining below 4%, RBI may be in for a longish pause. We continue to believe that a strategy which focuses on current accruals and active duration management could offer better risk-adjusted returns.

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  • testimonial

    Miyush Gandhi

    We have witnessed broad market correction over last 12 months based on macroeconomic concerns (driven by higher oil prices), premium valuations and uncertainties over elections. The divergence of returns between large cap, mid cap and small cap has been particularly stark. However as macro headwinds subside and with valuation now looking more reasonable, we are turning more constructive on market. We believe, this is a good year to allocate money to equities with 2-3-year perspective as elections have had minimal impact on medium term returns.

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    Cheenu Gupta

    We have been positive on the 1) discretionary consumption - supported by aspirational spending and rising disposable income and 2) the retail financers (banks and NBFCs) benefiting from the low credit penetration in the retail segment. We participate in this holistic consumption theme through the consumer trends fund by identifying categories supported by regulatory or demand-backed tailwinds. With regards to stock selection, we generally try to spot the changing dynamics in an industry, identify winners early and then stay invested with superior executors to earn compounding returns.

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testimonial

Krishna Sanghavi

The Indian markets are evaluating multiple variables, both global and domestic, and implications of those variables on Indian economy, macroeconomic indicators and equity markets. While a majority of global issues are impacting all emerging markets including India, India specific factors like worries over liquidity at NBFCs, oil prices and sentiments associated with elections are playing a crucial role in market moves. Global financial markets continue to be driven by the economic factors (US monetary policy & its implication on dollar vis a vis the currencies across world) and geopolitical factors (trade wars, rising crude oil etc.) Equity markets in USA continue to outperform the emerging markets which are under stress led by currency. Indian markets too have been impacted by this. In this context the US Fed policy action on interest rate hikes are to be monitored closely. The earnings season for Q2FY19 has so far has been in line with market expectations but the changes in the macro environment (oil, rupee, slowdown among NBFCs etc) and management commentary accompanying the Q2 results, points towards a slowing momentum going ahead and some moderation in earnings estimate are expected for H2FY19. In the near term, volatilities in Indian equity markets are likely to continue as market sentiments are focussed on outcome of elections (states as well as centre) over next 6 months. While the election outcomes are unlikely to alter the long term growth dynamics for Indian economy, the temporary fears could make foreign investors prefer a waiting approach. We believe that the medium to long term growth prospects for India remains strong and equity markets offer investors an opportunity to participate in the economic growth. Foreign investors may take a temporary breather, ahead of the elections, the structural growth opportunity would attract them to India over medium to long term. We believe Indian investors too should remain focussed on this opportunity that is offered by India’s growth story. A strategy of continuing the SIP would be beneficial for a long term investor in the current environment.

×
testimonial

Avnish Jain

Investors need to take cues from the global landscape, with improving US economic activity data, the expectation of increase in FED funds rate in the month of December’18 seems a certainty. This rate hike may hit sentiments and the flow of funds to Emerging Markets. A depreciating INR, volatile crude oil prices and other global uncertainties may force the RBI to remain guarded. RBI will closely monitor the inflation print and the currency movements in the coming months before deciding the course of action in the month of December’18.In the recent times with more announcements of OMO’s we expect that going ahead as well, RBI will actively manage the liquidity position especially after the announcement of lower borrowing by the government. In the shorter end of the curve, steepening was observed due to credit concerns till the 1-year space. Once the credit concern abates and market gets confirmation of long pause in interest rates, we expect term spreads up to 1 year to reduce. We expect short term volatility to continue amid negative sentiments, but the long-term picture continues to remain healthy. A sharp drop in oil prices augurs well for the Indian economy and the oil prices may remain under pressure in near term as near term global oil demand projections have reduced. With inflation also remaining below 4%, RBI may be in for a longish pause. We continue to believe that a strategy which focuses on current accruals and active duration management could offer better risk-adjusted returns.

×
testimonial

Cheenu Gupta

We have been positive on the 1) discretionary consumption - supported by aspirational spending and rising disposable income and 2) the retail financers (banks and NBFCs) benefiting from the low credit penetration in the retail segment. We participate in this holistic consumption theme through the consumer trends fund by identifying categories supported by regulatory or demand-backed tailwinds. With regards to stock selection, we generally try to spot the changing dynamics in an industry, identify winners early and then stay invested with superior executors to earn compounding returns.

×
testimonial

Miyush Gandhi

We have witnessed broad market correction over last 12 months based on macroeconomic concerns (driven by higher oil prices), premium valuations and uncertainties over elections. The divergence of returns between large cap, mid cap and small cap has been particularly stark. However as macro headwinds subside and with valuation now looking more reasonable, we are turning more constructive on market. We believe, this is a good year to allocate money to equities with 2-3-year perspective as elections have had minimal impact on medium term returns.