India’s economy is riding high these days. In the waning hours of the second quarter, it was reported that India’s benchmark index rose more than any other index in the world’s 20 largest markets. The Reserve Bank of India also took the bold step of overhauling its banking system, making banks establish a rate that approximates what it charges its top customers, and riskier borrowers will pay above this. The thinking is that this will avoid a repeat of a boom. Here are more stories about the Indian economy and exchange traded funds (ETFs) that may interest you:
- India ETFs: Bull or Bear?
- India ETFs and the Fight for Modernization
- 5 Reasons the Tiger Roars in India ETFs
- ETFs That Could Benefit as BRICs Get Stronger
- 4 ETFs to Target India’s Economy
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