Three reasons why the Indian bull market can continue

Indian equities have officially re-entered a bull market, with the benchmark index climbing to a 11-month high. Better-than-expected data on US jobs and a brightened outlook for global growth have contributed to the market’s strong returns, but domestic drivers have also played a big part in the recent rally. Kunal Desai, Manager of the Neptune India Fund, argues that despite the bull run so far, there are three reasons why the Indian market can continue to go from strength to strength.

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