India September 2018
Growth is even stronger than expected.
The Indian central bank raises the repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.5% at the beginning of August. This is the second increase in the last three months. A bank employee in New Delhi shows an Indian 2000 rupee note. ZHANG NAIJIE KEYSTONE/XINHUA
India stands out from other emerging markets with impressive fundamentals. Nevertheless, small and mid-caps remain under pressure. Combined with the weaker rupee, this makes the timing for an entry ideal at the moment, says Chrys Kamber, Head of Indian Investments, in her Insights.