A big part of the Indian economy has been the growth of consumer goods and services, which have driven the stock market.
But as the Indian stock market continues to climb, the country’s financial sector is facing pressure.
Here’s a look at the latest news and developments in the stock markets in India:Mumbai, Aug. 28, 2018At the beginning of August, the Sensex lost about 3% and the Nifty lost more than 1% before it recovered to around 2,600.
But the Indian equities have been up a lot over the last year.
This is a trend that is expected to continue.
This was on top of the gains in India’s financial market.
According to data from the Reserve Bank of India, the average annual growth in the value of the country�s benchmark Sensex is 0.9%, which is the best performance in the world.
That’s a significant improvement over a year ago, when the Senseex lost 0.5%.
India is also growing at an accelerating rate, which means that the country is facing a real challenge in the short term.
India’s GDP is expected grow at an average rate of 7.2% this year.
The stock market has also been a big driver of the growth in exports, which grew 4% in August, according to the data.
This growth will help to offset the slowdown in the economy in the long run.
As a result, India’s exports are projected to grow by 3.2%, which will help the country meet its current account deficit.
The trade deficit has already increased to 5.4% this financial year.
The current account surplus is a key indicator of economic growth, which measures the difference between the value and the budgeted demand for goods and the amount of cash that countries have available for spending.
India has a large trade deficit with China and other major economies, which is expected increase to about 8.5% of GDP this year from the current 8.3%.
This is because of the slowdown of China.