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Indian markets were never decoupled and have always been integrated to the global markets. One of the main reasons for Indian market being integrated to the world market is its huge dependence on foreign money.
Yuan will certainly have a negative impact on India's exports. There are some who are predicting a currency war, but RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan won't play ball.
The National Investment & Infrastructure Fund is broadly modelled on Singapore's Temasek and would be operational by the end of this year.
In the first half of the year, JLR's sales remained unchanged at 2.39 lakh vehicles. However, the June sales has fallen because of the China impact.
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan awaits a greater transmission of its earlier front-loaded past actions of reducing repo rate from a high of 8 per cent to 7.25 per cent.
It is still not clear who is severely impacted by the ban. Because if the impact was huge on any company, it would have by now informed the stock exchanges.
There are new threats emerging in the economy, which put greater risks on inflation going forward.
For instance, in the first quarter of FY16, licensing revenues contributed to Rs 19 crore and the company expects to see this increasing going forward.
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