India rate cut – more to come?

Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities at Neptune Investment Management

India’s stockmarket rallied this week following news that the central bank was cutting interest rates more aggressively than expected. Commenting on the rate cuts and what this means for India’s economic growth, Kunal Desai notes that there were two important details in the announcement that have particular significance.

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