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Polls have no long-term bearing on stock markets: Saurabh Mukherjea08:36 AM IST
As the general elections enter its final leg, the atmosphere is already highly charged with exit polls doing the rounds. Amidst all the razzmatazz, here comes a counter view. In a video interview, veteran markets commentator, author Saurabh Mukherjea of Marcellus Investment Managers explains why there is a little co-relation between markets and polls. Given that there is a continuum of policy across different parties, historically, it has mattered not very much who's won and who's lost from a markets perspective. Mukherjea also goes on to explain the growth trajectory for the Indian economy and what it means for stock markets. Watch the video for more.