Buffett, Shiller share a worry on Indian equity1 min read . Updated: 11 Jan 2022, 06:23 AM IST
Indian markets’ valuation measured using Buffett’s m cap-to-GDP ratio has surpassed its historical average
The Indian economy is likely to grow by 9.2% in FY22, according to the National Statistical Office’s (NSO’s) first estimate of gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the financial year. This is lower than the Reserve Bank of India’s forecast of 9.5% and points to a slower growth for the country in the second half of FY22.
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