Indian stock research reports free

Indian stock research reports free - January

Summary - Indian stock market

  1. GDP at 11 - years lows markets up 12% 
  2. Nominal GDP  in 2010 was Rs 64trn 
  3. Nominal GDP  in 2020 is Rs 204trn 
  4. Per Capita income has risen by 11% CAGR in the last 10 years
  5. Retail participation in stock is increased through SIP
  6. 2019 was a difficult year for the stock market due to weak macroeconomic growth - global tension and trade war but nifty 50 index touched all-time high and generate 12 % in 2019 because of strong FII inflow and SIP by retail investors
  7. Mid-cap and small-cap index generated negative returns in the last two years
  8. CSO has downgraded the GDP estimate for 5% at 11 years lows for 2020, inflation has shot up at 6 years high - domestic demand remains weak, low capacity utilization and fiscal slippages has increased  
  9. Indian economy is in a difficult phase but this is not the first time 
  10. The growth story in India remains good for the coming years
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Weak microeconomic data vs market movement


Weak microeconomic data vs market movement


  1. The stock market was moved in tandem with GDP growth but in recent years divergence has been observed. 
  2. India after the remaining fastest-growing economies in recent years facing a slowdown in the economy last year.
  3. GDP falls to six years low to 4.5%. This slowdown is broad-based consumption and investment remain weak government spending is only a hope.
  4. Crisis in the NBFC sector lead to a decrease in business confidence 

Micro Indicator report - January



  1. The inflation of India remains control throughout the year but increased sharply at the end of the year.
  2. GDP growth estimate at a six-year low at 5%
  3. To arrest the growth RBI reduced the interest rates by 135bps
  4. Transmission to the real economy remains an issue.

Industry performance - Sales growth performance for Nifty 50 companies 

  1. Industry profits remain good in the quarters ending September 2019 due to the corporate tax cut but operational performance has weakened further.
  2. Industry sales growth entered into a negative zone the first time in 15 quarters.
  3. Demand in the market reduced sales of the companies reduced.


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