BJP storms back to power
Narendra Modi-led BJP government swept back into power last week after winning 303 Lok Sabha seats. Both the corporate sector and financial markets are expected to benefit due to accompanying policy predictability.
A stable government is expected to introduce measures to push up economic growth.Analysts expect a boost in infra spending as well as measures to address rural distress and encourage job creation. Click To Tweet
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Other policies like low food inflation & positive real rates focus on increasing FDI, cash transfers to farmers etc. are expected to continue.
Lowering of lending rates and bank recapitalisation are also expected to be a focus area for the new government. With the economy expected to do well, it is likely that stock markets will respond accordingly.
Banking and real estate sectors are rate sensitive and usually do well in low-interest rate regime.
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Boosted by the election results, benchmark indices ended Friday’s session at record closing highs. BSE Sensex closed the day at 39,435 up 3.96% over the previous week and Nifty closed at 11,844.1 returning 3.83% in the last 1 week.
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